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International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge

The National Science Foundation and Science magazine are calling for participation in the annual International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.  Submissions are sought for five categories:

  • Photography
  • Illustrations
  • Informational Posters and Graphics
  • Interactives Games
  • Videos

The video clip above highlights the inspiring winning entries from previous years’ rounds of the competition.

The submission deadline is Septemeber 30, 2011.  For more information please visit the competition’s web-site.

IEEE Visualization Contest 2011

Image of turbine mesh

As part of Visweek 2011, the IEEE has announced details its annual Visualization Contest.

This year the contest focuses on computational fluid dynamics:

The goal is to devise a visualization that allows for exploring the stability of a fluid dynamics simulation of a pump with respect to different models of its turbulences. One big challenge is the large amount of the data. The contest aims at demonstrating how novel visualization and interaction techniques from the fore-front of scientific research can help to solve real-world problems of high relevance – today.

Prizes include an iPad, free registration at VisWeek 2011 and certificates for team members.  The competition deadline is July 31, 2011.

Data sets and more details are available from the contest web-site.

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