Learning to track objects in 4D data

flowing foam sytem tomographic reconstruction animation 3D

At the time when I wrote my last blog post (check it out if you didn’t read it!) I was quite happy with the state of my Summer of HPC project “Tracing in 4D data“. I had completed the implementation

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Breaking the 4th dimensional wall of object tracking

another brick in the wall

My first Monday morning in Copenhagen, Konstantinos and I met the guys working at the Niels Bohr Institute and we had a very delicious breakfast together. Seriously, Danish pastries are so good I can understand why the Danes named them

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Full speed ahead – Accelerating ocean simulations

Coastal wave propagation Atlantic veros ocean simulation

How will Earth’s climate change in the next century? This is the kind of questions climate researchers ask themselves and the reason they develop global climate models. These are used to simulate conditions over long periods of time and under

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Accelerating climate kernels

Project reference: 1718 Climate research is a major user of supercomputing facilities, however the spatial resolution of climate models are much coarser than similar models for weather forecasting, and thus they no longer scale as the computers become bigger. Instead

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Tracing in 4D data

Project reference: 1719 Europe has several synchrotron facilities including, ESRF, PSI, and MAX-IV. These facilities produce still more data. Especially medical beam lines produce enormous datasets; they collect 3D volumes at a frequency that produce 3D movies. An example is

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