The VELaSSCo framework: a software platform for end-user analytics and visualization of large simulation datasets
John P. Morrissey,
M.A. Pasenau de Riera,
I. Martinez Rodriguez,
T. Pariente Lobo,
M.A. Tinte Garcia,
C. Pumar Garcia,
Presented at: PARTEC 2016: International Congress on Particle Technology
VELaSSCo (Visual Analysis for Extremely Large-Scale Scientific Computing) is an EC FP7 project involving a consortium of seven European partners. VELaSSCo aims to provide new visual analysis methods for large-scale simulations serving the petabyte era. The main output of the project is the VELaSSCo platform which has been designed and developed to perform distributed post-processing and visualisation of the results of very large engineering simulations.
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Research Scientist in Granular Mechanics
My research interests include particulate mechanics, the Discrete Element Method (DEM) and other numerical simulation tools. I’m also interested in all things data and how to extract meaningful information from it.