NCSA Visit: October 30, 1995

Objective: The objective is to have key personnel from Virginia Tech meet with key staff from NCSA and discuss possible collaborations with regards to our future programs related to the Advanced Communications and Information Technology Building. Our group represents the University Computing Center, Research Division and the Colleges of Architecture and Urban Studies, Arts and Sciences, and Engineering.

Virginia Tech Visitors:

Topics of interest at NCSA (quick links):

Topics of interest at Virginia Tech (quick links):

Email address for VT visitors:

Email address for NCSA Staff we will meet:

Tenetative agenda for October 30, 1995 is:
9:30 am Arrive at the Blacksburg Airport
10:00 am Depart for Illinois
11:15 am Arrive Champaign-Urbana Airport
12:00 - 1:00 pm Box Lunches in BI 4169, Len Peters ACIT Overview
1:00 - 2:00 pm CAVE Demo:
1. meterology simulation, thunderstrom (with track balls)
2. plastic injection molding simulation
3. airflow in aircraft (with track balls)
4. catherdral walkthru
5. mathematics study on hyperbolic functions
6. studying protien structures
7. MRI
8. Brain detour
2:00 - 3:00 pm Group 1: SciViz/CAVE discussion, BI 4169
Group 2: Industrial Program discussion, BI 5301(?)
3:00 - 4:00 pm Group 1: Computing Environment / Computational Science /
Parallel Computing/ Software Interface Development,
Group 2: May want to continue IP discussions, or join back with Group 1.
4:00 pm Visitors depart for Willard.

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Ronald D. Kriz
Virginia Tech
College of Engineering

Revised October 11, 1995