Intelligent Light and FieldView

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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