Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase
TimeTuesday, November 14th8:30am - 5pm
LocationMile High Prefunction
DescriptionThis two-part visualization by the Advanced Visualization Lab at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications starts shortly after the Big Bang, and shows the evolution of the first galaxies in the universe over the first 400 million years, in increments of about 4 million years. The second part of the visualization stops time at the 400 million year mark, and flies the viewer through the data, breaking down the different variables that are being visualized - filaments of dense gas, pockets of elevated temperature, metals, ionized gas, and ultraviolet light.