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Cluster 2013 Visualization Showcase - Clusters and cyberinfrastructure strategy

A one-week extension will automatically be granted upon submission of an abstract by the due date.

The Visualization Showcase provides a digital gallery of the powerful, evocative imagery associated with IEEE Cluster's most exciting and compelling results.  Submissions should have used cluster resources to generate data, produce the visualization, or both, and should be the result of work accomplished within the last year.

Submissions are sought in the following track:

  • Visualization abstracts (Submission track: Visualization) should be one page maximum and include:
    • Title of the submission
    • Names and affiliations of all contributors (both image creation and science content)
    • Indication of which author will be presenting
    • Cluster resources used
    • Description of the contribution the imagery makes to science
    • Provide Web or FTP link to view or download the animation or still image. 
    • Still images can be in any generally used image format such as TIFF, BMP, JPEG, PNG, etc.  No proprietary formats will be accepted, and a minimum resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels is recommended.
    • Animations should be in standard Windows- and Mac-compatible format such as MPEG, AVI, MOV, etc., preferably at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

All submission will be peer-reviewed, and accepted submissions will be expected to address reviewer comments.

Accepted visualization submissions will be displayed in the Visualization Showcase during the conference; at least one contributor to each accepted submission is expected to be present for the showcase.  Abstracts describing accepted visualizations will be published on the conference website.

Conference organizers are particularly interested in content related to:

  • Current and future directions in cluster technology
  • Clusters driving innovation in industrial and academic research
  • Clusters in education and outreach (technical papers describing formal education and outreach programs, as well as position papers about how the community can help educate and train a twenty-first century workforce)
  • Clusters and clouds in cyberinfrastructure strategy
  • Clusters in distributed visualization