1. #15 Emillie Toone

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    Emillie Toone #15 former player for The University of Utah, 2008 Honorable Mention All-America

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    • Seg3D 2.1 Workshop for Developers - 2011: Jeroen Stinstra, Numira Biosciences

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      November 14, 2011 Ever wish photoshop would work on 3D volumes? Do you find yourself constantly trying to view volumes and edit them from different applications? Do your collaborators constantly ask you for an application to view their image data? Well, look no further... Seg3D is here! It slices, it segments, and it applies filters! Join us Monday, Nov 14th for an overview of Seg3D by Numira Biosciences, including how to view data volumes, manage masks and layers, and remove noise from your image data.... ALL. IN. ONE. TOOL! Overview and Project Administration 00:01 Building and Packaging 4:46 Architecture - Project Folders 13:17 Architecture - Layers 17:19 Architecture - Directory Structure 22:28 Architecture - Action Mechanism 24:04 Architecture - State Mechanism 26:36 Architecture - Memory Management 31:42 Architecture - Data Layer Structures 34:11 Architecture - Mask Layer Structures 37:28 Architecture - Threading Model 39:18 Architecture - Signals and Slots 42:39 Architecture - Actions 44:44 Architecture - QtUtils 45:53 Architecture - Class Hierarchy 47:25 Architecture - Plugin Architecture and Directory 49:06 Architecture - Qt Interface 54:46 Architecture - Anatomy of a Filter 58:08 Architecture - Python 59:24 Architecture - Provenance Engine and Playback 1:03:42 Architecture - Clean Code 1:08:15 Filter Example - Overview 1:09:47 Filter Example - Base Class and SingleTargetTool 1:11:40 Filter Example - Tool Class 1:14:08 Filter Example - Tool Interface 1:18:21 Filter Example - Filter Action 1:24:59 Filter Example - Multithreading Filters 1:28:51 Filter Example - Filter Action Run 1:30:48 Filter Example - Actual ITK Filter 1:33:45 Guidelines for Building Filters 1:39:35 Importer Example - VFF Importer 1:41:22 Slice Variables and Filename Orderings 1:54:27

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      • Presence and Absence: Vision and the Invisible in the Media Age by Bill Viola

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        Bill Viola, pioneer in the medium of video art, speaks for the 2007 Tanner Lecture in Human Values. Presented by the University of Utah Tanner Humanities Center. Recorded March 7, 2007.

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        • AndersYnnerman, Demo: Uniview - Scaling the Universe

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          The Uniview software originates from a collaboration between the American Museum of Natural History in New York and Linköping University in Sweden. Uniview presents a consistent view of the universe at multiple scales and renders images of curated measured astronomical data from multiple sources. It is possible to travel from the surface of the earth, visit the International Space Station, fly by planets and moons (even land on Mars) and continue out into the milky way and other galaxies and continue all the way to the origin of the universe. In this presentation we will be using the remote steering capability of Uniview and the pilots will be located in Norrköping, Sweden. After more than 10 years of software and data development Uniview is used in hundreds of planetariums worldwide to support interactive shows as well as serving as a tool for rendering of playback shows. Uniview is licensed by the Swedish company Sciss AB.

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          • The Earth's Wild Eloquence: Language and the Ecology of Perception

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            David Abram, cultural ecologist and philosopher. Presented by the University of Utah College of Humanities and Environmental Humanities Graduate Program. Recorded October 7, 2008.

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            • SCI X 2012 Keynote: Alan Kay

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              ALAN KAY, President and Founder, Viewpoints Research Institute Dr. Alan Kay is one of the pioneers of object-oriented programming, personal computing, and graphical user interfaces. Dr. Kay's contributions have been acknowledged with the Charles Stark Draper Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, the A.M. Turing Award from the Association of Computing Machinery, and the Kyoto Prize from the Inamori Foundation. Alan is an adjunct professor of computer science at UCLA, a visiting professor at Kyoto University, and an advisor to One Laptop per Child. He has held fellow positions at HP, Disney, Apple, and Xerox, and served as chief scientist at Atari. At Viewpoints Research, Alan continues his work with "powerful ideas education" for the world's children, and the development of advanced personal computers and networking systems. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Royal Society of Arts, and the Computer History Museum. His other honors include the ACM Systems Software Award, the NEC Computers & Communication Foundation Prize, and honorary doctorates from Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Pisa, and the University of Waterloo.

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              • Presentation for the Engineering Scholars Program

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                November 15, 2011 Introduction to the SCI Institute - Rob Macleod (15 min) The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute is a permanent research institute at the University of Utah. Directed by Professor Chris Johnson, the Institute is now home to over 165 faculty, students, and staff. The faculty, drawn primarily from the School of Computing and the Department of Bioengineering, is noted for its breadth of collaborations both nationally and internationally. Overview of Biophysical Electrocardiography - Dafang Wang (10 min) Electrocardiology studies the electrical activities of the heart, and is the fundamental basis of the diagnosis and treatment of heart problems. The growing computing power has significantly promoted the detection and understanding of the mechanism of the heart for medical scientists. This talk will give an overview of this interdisciplinary research, which involves medicine, physics, mathematics and computer science. I will describe the research pipeline of electrocardiology, including clinical experiments, modeling and simulation, data visualization, and validation/interpretation of the results. The integration of these steps represents the cutting-edge progress in cardiac studies. Computing and Visualizing the Electric Fields of the Heart - Darrell Swenson (10 min) Computer models and visualizations have the ability to help doctors diagnose and treat heart disease. Software tools here at the SCI institute are currently being used to treat and research various heart disorders ranging from defibrillation in children to diagnosing early stages of ischemia. Scientific Insight with SCIRun - Kedar Aras (10 min) SCIRun is a Problem Solving Environment (PSE), for modeling, simulation and visualization of scientific problems. SCIRun is a freely available open source software package used to enable solutions to problems affecting various aspects of human life in the disciplines of biomedicine, geophysics, combustion, molecular dynamics, fluid dynamics, and atmospheric dispersion. Overview of ImageVis3D - Tom Fogal (10 min) The goal of the ImageVis3D development is to visualize three-dimensional rasterized data. The program provides users with streamlined access to the extensive volume visualization capabilities available from tools developed within the SCI Institute. The main design goals of ImageVis3D are: simplicity, scalability, interactivity, and unprecedented levels of flexibility. The Golden Age of Supercomputing Movie (5 min) Chris Johnson takes you on a visionary journey through the exciting territory of High Performance Computing, Science and Visualization. He reveals how Visualization tools are opening new worlds to scientists, and illustrates how top Computer Scientists, Neurosurgeons and Physicists are working together to solve problems that could not have been solved before.

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                • Frontiers of New Media - "Neurofutures: Brain-Machine Interfaces and the New Media"

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                  Dr. Timothy Lenoir of Duke University presents for keynote address for the 2001 Frontiers of New Media "Neurofutures: Brain-Machine Interfaces and the New Media". Recorded Sept. 2011.

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                  • Rüdiger Westermann, DSCI Seminar: Big Data Visualization in Research and Development

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                    In this talk I will summaries some of our previous and current activities in big data visualization. I will talk about the visualization of space-time fields, physical quantities that are structured in space and evolve in time, with a focus on techniques that enable interactive visual exploration of such fields. Key to interactivity is the use of regular grid structures, in combination with level-of-detail representations, data compression, and GPU volume ray-casting. I will demonstrate the power of this combination in various applications, ranging from scientific visualization to previewing systems for visual effects. For fields that are not structured on regular grids but on scattered point sets or triangle meshes, I will discuss possibilities for restructuring.

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