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High Performance Computing and Visualization Group


The High Performance Computing and Visualization Group

  • Develops novel algorithms and implementations for parallel and distributed computation in a variety of hardware environments,
  • Develops innovative techniques for immersive scientific visualization in a variety of local and distributed hardware environments,
  • Develops and utilizes techniques and tools of mathematical analysis, parallel and distributed computing, and visualization to improve measurement science, including the extension of traditional measurement science to the virtual world
  • Contributes to the development of scientific applications at NIST through multidisciplinary collaborative projects.

Staff Members


Visualization—  Visualization of scientific data can provide an understanding of the phenomenon or data being studied. Visualization can be approached in the traditional qualitative way. For example, one way it …

High Performance Computing—High Performance Computing (HPC) enables work on challenging problems that are beyond the capacity and capability of desktop computing resources. HPC can be used to address the most advanced …

Visualization of a mathematical model of the flow of concrete with interactive controls.

Judith Terrill
301-975-2882 Telephone
301-975-3218 Facsimile

100 Bureau Drive, M/S 8911
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8911