EnvirVis16

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EnvirVis16

 

Groningen, the Netherlands, 6-10 June 2016


Session 1
Visual Analysis of Reservoir Simulation Ensembles
Thomas Höllt, Fabio Miguel de Matos Ravanelli, Markus Hadwiger, and Ibrahim Hoteit
Towards Visual Analytics for Multi-Sensor Analysis of Remote Sensing Archives
Daniel Eggert, Mike Sips, and Patrick Köthur
Visual Monitoring of Photovoltaic Systems
Jannis Harder, Patrick Riehmann, Stefan Wörfel, Tobias Krause, and Bernd Froehlich
Session 2
Are Environmental RegulationsWorking? A Visual Analytic Approach To Answering Their Impact on Toxic Emissions
David Burlinson, Kara Koehrn, Kalpathi Subramanian, and Aidong Lu
Strategic Initiatives for Flow Visualization in Environmental Sciences
Roxana Bujack and Ariane Middel
Session 3
Visualizing Malaria Spread Under Climate Variability
Xing Liang, Rajat Aggarwal, Alhaji Cherif, Abba Gumel, Giuseppe Mascaro, and Ross Maciejewski
A Data-Driven Approach to Categorize Climatic Microenvironments
Kathrin Häb, Ariane Middel, Benjamin L. Ruddell, and Hans Hagen
Visualization of Scanned Cave Data with Global Illumination
Nico Schertler, Mirko Salm, Joachim Staib, and Stefan Gumhold

Recent Submissions

  • Schertler, Nico; Salm, Mirko; Staib, Joachim; Gumhold, Stefan (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    3D scans of caves are acquired for virtual exploration, quantitative analysis, and communication purposes. Especially when presented to a non-professional audience, near realistic visualization is important because it ...
  • Bujack, Roxana; Middel, Ariane (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Flow plays a big role in the environmental sciences, but there are major differences between theoretically available and practically applied visualization techniques. This paper surveys various techniques in computational ...
  • Häb, Kathrin; Middel, Ariane; Ruddell, Benjamin L.; Hagen, Hans (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In urban climatology, identifying areas of similar microclimatic conditions helps to relate fine-scale urban morphology variations to their impact on atmospheric surroundings. Mobile transect measurements yield high-resolution ...
  • Burlinson, David; Koehrn, Kara; Subramanian, Kalpathi; Lu, Aidong (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Acquisition and analysis of environmental data are essential to the quality, safety and health of human life, and typically consist of heterogeneous, multivariate, and spatio-temporal information collected from different ...
  • Liang, Xing; Aggarwal, Rajat; Cherif, Alhaji; Gumel, Abba; Mascaro, Giuseppe; Maciejewski, Ross (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In order to better control and prevent the infectious diseases, measures of vulnerability and risk to increased infectious disease outbreaks have been explored. Research investigating possible links between variations in ...
  • Harder, Jannis; Riehmann, Patrick; Wörfel, Stefan; Krause, Tobias; Froehlich, Bernd (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    We developed a scalable visual analytics framework for managing and analyzing hundreds of geographically distributed photovoltaic systems. These systems deliver performance parameters at different levels as well as ...
  • Eggert, Daniel; Sips, Mike; Köthur, Patrick (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    To better detect and study processes on the Earth's surface, scientists want to combine various satellite data and extract potentially interesting patterns from the combined data. This analysis approach is called multi-sensor ...
  • Höllt, Thomas; Ravanelli, Fabio Miguel de Matos; Hadwiger, Markus; Hoteit, Ibrahim (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Hydrocarbon reservoir simulation models produce large amounts of heterogeneous data, combining multiple variables of different dimensionality, such as two or three-dimensional geospatial estimates with abstract estimates ...
  • Karsten Rink; Ariane Middel; Dirk Zeckzer (Eurographics Association, 2016)