Visualization for Computational Material Science (in particular Ferroelectric and Polarization Domains in Barium Titanate)
The SciVis Contest 2012 targets the field of computational material science, in particular, atomic configurations. The goal is to devise a visualization that allows for exploring the phase transitions of a particular ferroelectric material when decreasing the temperature gradually.
The data sets contains 500 timesteps x 625000 atoms. The data are provided by Dr. Stefano Leoni, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany. Visit this contest page for details.
PRIZES AND INCENTIVES
The winning team will receive: one free full registration for the VisWeek 2012 conference, a 10 minute slot during the award ceremony in the plenary session, an award certificate for each member of the winning team, and the opportunity to present the work at the poster session.
Chair: Gabriel Zachmann, University of Bremen, Germany
Co-Chair: Jean Favre, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, Switzerland
DEADLINE AND NOTIFICATION
Deadline: July 31, 2012
Notification: September 10, 2012
We invite submissions from individuals or teams, from industry or academia. We encourage participants to demonstrate the prototype of a tool that supports a method or process for understanding this kind of data through analysis and visualization.