Intelligent Light and FieldView

Come See us at the Pointwise User Group Meeting

The Pointwise User Group Meeting is coming on September 21-22, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas and we'll be there. Visit with Joe Oliver, Global Sales Manager to learn how FieldView users are getting more information from their data using the latest in high-productivity post-processing, in situ processing and CFD data management techniques. From grid generation through the delivery of actionable information, the CFD workflow is changing rapidly to keep up with the complexity of high fidelity simulations and the rate at which results can be generated using the compute systems of today.

Mr. Oliver will have a booth and be available to discuss ideas, answer your questions and demonstrate FieldView capabilities. If you will be attending and would like to schedule time with Joe, please Request a meeting.

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Come See Us at AIAA Propulsion & Energy

AIAA Propulsion & Energy Forum is coming to Salt Lake City, Utah, July 25-27, 2016 and we'd like to see you there!

Join us in booth #206 to learn how industry leaders like you are benefiting from modern engineered CFD workflows, post-processing and visualization.

Joe Oliver, Global Sales Manager, and Mike Burklund, Applications Engineer, will be on hand to discuss your CFD work and how recent developments by Intelligent Light can help you.

In addition to our participation in the main conference and exhibit, Intelligent Light is also supporting both the Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop and AIAA's Generation STEM education outreach event (see below).

Attending the conference? We'd like to hear about your interests, goals & challenges. We'd be happy to demonstrate FieldView and answer your questions. See you at Propulsion and Energy!

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AIAA PAW03 Workshop
The 3rd AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop (PAW03) July 23-24, will focus on assessing the accuracy of CFD in obtaining multi-stream air breathing system performance and flow structure. Intelligent Light is committed to helping engineers efficiently work through vast and varied datasets to produce meaningful results, comparisons and insights. Intelligent Light is a proud sponsor of the PAW03 in support of this community and improved accuracy in CFD.​

We invite workshop participants and all conference attendees to visit our table outside the workshop where Mike Burklund, Applications Engineer, will be on hand to answer questions, explore ideas and demonstrate FieldView. As part of our Custom Engineered Solutions team, Mike has accumulated extensive experience designing and implementing high-throughput workflows for complex CFD.

AIAA Generation STEM
As part of our ongoing support of science and technology education, Intelligent Light will run an aerodynamics station at the AIAA Foundation's second Generation STEM event.  At Generation STEM, middle schoolers from around the Salt Lake City area will take part in a special Science Fair put on by the aerospace community.  It is the only event of its kind where the aerospace industryis interacting directly with students. The inaugural Generation Stem event in 2015 was a great success and we look forward to more success this year!
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28th International Conference on Parallel CFD held in Kobe Japan, May 9-12, 2016

28th International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics, May 9-13, 2016, Kobe, Japan  

Intelligent Light has been a sponsor of the Parallel CFD conference for a number of years and this year, we were the primary sponsor of the event held in Kobe, Japan.   Steve M. Legensky, our founder and general manager was invited to join large scale visualization experts Drs. Kenji Ono (Riken and Kyushu University) and Kwan Liu Ma (UC Davis) to give a plenary presentation.  On Thursday, May 12th, he addressed the attendees on "Extract-based Workflows to enable and accelerate Large Scale Production CFD".  The plenary talk following Steve was given by Dr. Eijii Shima of JAXA, long time users of our FieldView software.

"I was fortunate that Dr. Ma gave his talk on 'Visualizing Extreme-Scale CFD Simulations' the previous afternoon so that the stage was set to discuss post-processing directly from the solver code using in situ methods," commented Steve.  "Kwan Liu handles visualization on the leading edge of simulation scale, so I was proud when he referred questions about production engineering-scale workflows to me."  Steve continued with a smile, "The only downside was that the brewery tour and sake tasting came after his talk that evening and I had to lead off the next morning."  Dr. James McDonough (Univ. of Kentucky), a long time FieldView customer, not only introduced Steve at the session, but also serenaded us at the banquet on the piano!

Also at the event, Intelligent Light had an exhibit booth manned by Dr. Atsushi Toyoda, from our Asia-Pacific Technical office.  We got to meet customers and colleagues from all over the world and talk about the latest FieldView features supporting extract-based workflows (such as XDBs).  There was significant interest in integrating VisIt's libsim toolkit in their solver codes as well.  On the Friday morning after the PARCFD event, Intelligent Light held a seminar on extract-based workflows and in situ post-processing at the FOCUS facility, adjacent to the K Computer.  VINAS, Co., Ltd, our FieldView distributor in Japan co-sponsored the event with us.

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Custom Engineering Solutions - Aerospace America June 2016

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Speed Up Production CFD Workflows with Extract-Based Post-Processing

Post-Processing GT Helicopter XDB extract created in situ from CREATE-AV Kestrel courtesy of James Forsythe

LIVE Webinar Thursday May 5, 2016, 2:00 PM ESTWatch the recording now.

Please join Steve Legensky, Founder and General Manager of Intelligent Light, for a live web event "Speed Up Production CFD Workflows with Extract Post-Processing"

This event is designed to help you achieve greater throughput of:

  • Standardized plots and reports
  • Unsteady results
  • Remote HPC computing
  • Large CFD data

​Parallel computing has enabled CFD practitioners to create far more data than can be stored or accessed for post-processing and analysis, making it difficult for engineers and researchers to gain understanding via visualization, exploration and collaboration.

Mr. Legensky will present:

  • Techniques and customer examples that show how extract-based methods have graduated from the research realm to the production environment
  • Our recent success applying in situ techniques to production level workflows that scale from hundreds of cores to over 130,000 cores
  • The new HPC FieldView software that combines the power of open-source VisIt software with the ease-of-use and productivity of FieldView
Steve will answer questions after the presentation in a live Q&A.

Speaker Biography
Steve M. Legensky is the founder and general manager of Intelligent Light, a company that has delivered products and services based on visualization technology since 1984. He attended Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey and received a BE degree in electrical engineering in 1977 and a MS degree in mathematics in 1979. Steve's passion is applying computer graphics and data management to difficult engineering problems. Steve is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and has published and presented for AIAA, IEEE, ACM/SIGGRAPH and IDC.
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