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IllustraSound

Description: The focus of the project is on the visualization of medical ultrasound data. The vision is to provide new visualization technology to address the readability problem by enriching the ultrasound data with other types of medical data

Period: 2009 - 2012
Funding: Norwegian Research Council
Partners:
UIB, CMR, HUS

 

SemSeg

Description: The objective of this project is to research a new segmentation method for unsteady flows that has the elegance and specificity of (steady) VFT, but which provides correct results for unsteady flows as well. This project aims at the formulation of a sound theoretical mechanism to describe structural features in time-dependent flow.

Period: 2009 - ..
Funding: European Commission (FP7)
Partners: UIB, University of Magdeburg, ETH Zurich, VRVis

 

GeoIllustrator

Description: GeoIllustrator aspires to develop new and better ways to digitally illustrate geological data and geological concepts. The research and development of new interactive, illustrative visualization methods for the geosciences, will help understanding and interpreting surface and subsurface geology.

Period: 2009 - 2012
Funding: StatoilHydro
Partners:
UIB, CMR, StatoilHydro, CIPR, Department of Earth Science

 

VisMaster

Description: VisMaster is a European Coordination Action Project focused on the research discipline of Visual Analytics. The goal of this Coordination Action is to join European academic and industrial R&D excellence from several individual disciplines, forming a strong Visual Analytics research community.

Period: 2009 - 2010
Funding: European Coordination Action
Partners: ...

 

eLAD

 

  Description: In this project, the main objective is to build laboratories and facilities for developing, evaluating and designing future e-centre based working processes, software tools and automation processes throughout planning and execution of drilling operations.

Period: 2009 - ...
Funding:
Research Council of Norway, StatoilHydro ASA and ConocoPhillips Norway.
Partners: International Research Institute of Stavanger, CMR and Institute for Energy Technology