Intelligent Light and FieldView

V&V book signing

Our thanks to William L. Oberkampf and Christopher J. Roy, authors of "Verification and Validation in Scientific Computing"  for making our book signing and raffle event a highlight of SciTech 2017. Mori Mani, Senior Technical Fellow at Boeing, was one of this year's winners.

William L. Oberkampf, Mori Mani and Christopher J. Roy, at book signing at SciTech 2017.
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Come See Us at AIAA SciTech 2017!

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We look forward to AIAA SciTech all year because it's a great place to meet with you, our clients and partners, to learn about what you are working on, find out about your needs and to share news and updates on our products and services.

Please join us in conference sessions and in our booth to learn how we are helping industry leaders like you to remove data bottlenecks and reduce costs with our FieldView products, engineered CFD workflows and advanced research initiatives.

We invite you to visit our booth and participate in the sessions.
See you at SciTech!

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 Book Signing "Verification and Validation in Scientific Computing"

Tuesday, January 10, 6:45 pm

​Authors William L. Oberkampf and Christopher J. Roy, will be on hand to sign copies of  "Verification and Validation in Scientific Computing" during the reception in the exhibit hall. Come by and meet two of the top experts in this important field. We will be holding a raffle to give away several copies of the book or you can bring your own copy. Books available on-site from Cambridge University Press.

Presentations in Our Booth

Lightning Round! - Get yourself to the IL booth during lunch on Wednesday, January 11, starting at 12:30 PM.  We'll present three short updates geared exclusively for SciTech and your busy conference schedule.  

We invite you to join us in the booth for live demonstrations and discussions with our staff on a range of topics including:

Conference Sessions

MVC-04. Computational Environments and the NASA CFD Vision 2030 Goals
Co-Chair(s): Andrew Lofthouse (US Air Force Academy) and Earl Duque (Intelligent Light)
Tuesday, January 10, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM; Grapevine D

APA-43. Special Session: Simulation of Rotor in Hover II

Chair(s): Nathan Hariharan (CREATE-AV)
Co-Chair(s): Robert Narducci (Boeing Defense, Space & Security)
Thursday, January 12, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM; Dallas 2

  • Standardized Post-Processing and Visualization of Participants' Simulations of a Rotor in Hover
    (4:00-4:30 pm) - Earl P. Duque; Michael D. Burklund; Atsushi Toyoda; Nathan S. Hariharan

We hope to see you at SciTech!

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Learn how to advance your CFD - Don't Miss IL at SC16

Intelligent Light will be in booth #4421 at SC16, the premier HPC event of the year. Intelligent Light will be contributing to the technical conference and on the exhibit floor where we will share the latest information about high performance CFD workflows using HPC. 

The considerable interest in the HPC community regarding in situ analysis and visualization is driven by the desire to save I/O costs and time, increase accuracy with fine sampling of transient analysis and full utilization of HPC resources. As a member of the ISAV Program Committee, Intelligent Light will participate in workshops bringing experience from real world work on ultra scale simulations. Join Intelligent Light presenters and authors in two sessions designed to develop in situ methods and share best practices.

ISAV2016: In Situ Infrastructures for Enabling Extreme-Scale Analysis and Visualization
SC16 Workshop
Sunday, Nov. 13th, 9:30-5:30pm 251-A

Performance Analysis, Design Considerations and Applications of Extreme-Scale In Situ Infrastructures
SC16 Session: State-of-the-Practice: System Characterization and Design
Thursday, Nov.17th, 4-4:30pm 355-D

IN THE BOOTH: Join us in booth #4421 for presentations and demonstrations of developing technologies, new products and lively discussions on topics including:

  • In situ post processing and extract based workflows
  • VisIt Prime ™ and HPC FieldView ™
  • Utilization of remote HPC for CFD – CFD in the Cloud
  • High-productivity, standardized CFD workflows for data management, comparison & collaboration
  • Ultrascale CFD – 131k cores and beyond using Edison and Cori at NERSC
  • Uncertainty quantification and error estimation

Join Our Team: Our Applied Research Group will be at the SC16 Job Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 10-3.

Attending SC16? Please contact us for an invitation to our beer bash and hors d'oeuvres reception at our booth or Request a meeting with our team​.

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Special Presentation @ SC16: Extract-Based CFD Workflows Reduce Bottlenecks & Cost

Steve Legensky, Intelligent Light's Founder & General Manager has been invited to present during a special Workflow Session of the SC16 Exhibitor Forum.

Extract-Based CFD Workflows Reduce Bottlenecks and Cost
Tuesday, November 15th, 4-4:30pm 155-E

Business and engineering leaders are eager to utilize High Performance Computing (HPC) to accelerate engineering while reducing design risk. Higher core counts provide faster turnaround and the ability to perform many design evaluations. However, two issues can block success from HPC: software costs and data bottlenecks.

Intelligent Light, makers of FieldView, the premier post-processing and workflow tool for CFD, are helping customers to address both of these issues by building upon DOE's VisIt, the premier visualization tool for ultrascale systems. Our VisIt Prime gives users a robust, reliable and fully supported software release backed by Intelligent Light's first class global support team. There is no per core or per user license cost for this product.

Attending SC16? Please contact us for an invitation to our special events or Request a meeting with our team​.


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Data Handling and Visualization for Large CFD Simulations

Hear it for yourself!  

LIVE Webinar
October 6th, 2016
Register now!

Large scale CFD run on HPC systems generate huge volumes of results requiring a workflow that allows users to manage the large data and extract useful information efficiently. Workflows that do not keep pace with the rate of simulation prevent people from making the most of their simulations. The negative outcomes can include not sharing data effectively or perhaps even avoiding the use of HPC resources to begin with.

We've made it simple to use the best resources available for your CFD. We'll show you how we are helping our customers achieve the promise of HPC for large CFD by reducing the data bottleneck and lowering costs. Cray and Intelligent Light invite you to join this live discussion and learn how some of the most productive CFD users in the world are working with their large data.

We'll also discuss an industry collaboration aimed at improving the quality of CFD simulation of the physics of helicopter flight. The AIAA Hover Prediction Workshop uses data from multiple organizations submitting varied solutions for a helicopter in hover. The results are brought together on an shared HPC resource where standardized, automated post-processing is performed. Results are directly compared, reports are generated and extracts are delivered that can be shared, explored interactively and archived.

Join Cray and Intelligent Light for a live discussion
October 6th 11 am or 9 pm ET
Event details and registration

See what HPC Technology, Teamwork, and Trust can do for your CFD programs!

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