SAGE HIGHLIGHTS @ SC10
Participants: EVL faculty, staff, and students
Ernest N. Moriale Convention Center (ENMCC), New Orleans
SAGE, the Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment, is a graphics streaming architecture that enables users to interactively access, display and share a variety of data-intensive information, in a variety of resolutions and formats, from multiple sources, with the same ease that the Web affords for accessing lower-resolution objects today. This BOF session provides an opportunity for the SAGE global user community - current users as well as potential users - to meet, discuss current and future development efforts, and share examples of community-developed use cases and applications. SAGE is a three-year project (2009-2012) funded by the National Science Foundation to create persistent visualization and collaboration services for global cyberinfrastructure, and is currently deployed at 53 major supercomputer centers.
EVL hosted a SAGE Birds of a Feather (BOF) session at SC10
Tuesday, November 16
12:15PM - 01:15PM
Ernest N. Moriale Convention Center (ENMCC), New Orleans, Room 282
Presentations and videos are available for download from the SAGE website.
Date: November 13, 2010 - November 19, 2010