Ngan received Visualization Showcase Award at PEARC 2019

August 4, 2019

"HiperViz: Interactive Visualization of CPU Temperatures in HPC Centers" Visualization Showcase Presentation Award at PEARC 2019

Visualization Showcase:

PEARC19 includes a visualization showcase session in which visualizations and visualization-associated research projects will be presented. Proposals should be extended abstracts (4 pages) that describe the visualization and the data, the computational application that generated the data, and any special or novel visualization techniques, tools, or software developed or used. Additionally, for ongoing visualization-associated research projects, the goals, progress, and findings to date should be described.

Submissions should provide a link to the visual content to be presented, in a form ready for viewing, downloading or running by reviewers. The conference will provide a 55-inch monitor for display, or space for an interactive visualization. All visualizations will be loaded on a conference computer for presentation in the showcase. Submission deadlines, including links to preliminary presentations, May 8, 2019.

Here is the associated paper and Virtual Reality model of the system.

iDVL team members:

  • Ngan Nguyen, PhD student, Department of Computer Science, Texas Tech University.
  • Dr. Tommy Dang, Department of Computer Science, Texas Tech University.

We would like to thank

  • Dr. Alan Sill, Managing Director of HPCC, for encouraging us to submit our work to PEARC19
  • Dr. Yong Chen for supporting us the entire process.
  • Ghazanfar Ali for providing us the Quanah cluster data and setting up inFlux database
  • Dr. Christopher Turner for providing useful insights of the HPC data
  • We especially want to thank:

  • Jon Hass, SW Architect at Dell Inc., for weekly feedback on the visual analytics protype and the generous support from Dell Inc. to move this project forward.