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Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Workshop in Scientific Visualization

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Sponsored by the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee, the National Science Foundation (DUE-9554692), and Georgia State University

Dates: August 18-22, 1997
Location: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia

Organizers and Instructors:
  • Gitta Domik, Mathematik und Informatik (FB 17), Universitaet -GH- Paderborn
  • Valerie A. Miller, Mathematics and Computer Science, Georgia State University
  • G. Scott Owen, Mathematics and Computer Science, Georgia State University
  • Theresa Marie Rhyne, Lead - Scientific Visualization Researcher, EPA Primary Support, Research Triangle

This is a one-week workshop for faculty at undergraduate institutions who want to learn about the new field of Scientific Visualization. The workshop is oriented towards those faculty who want to teach Scientific Visualization as either a complete course or as a module in another course, e.g. computer graphics.

The NSF grant for this workshop provides funding for the participants that will cover hotel lodging and food (up to $40 per day) for the five day workshop. Participants will also receive materials that they may take back to their home institution. Trans portation to and from the workshop is the participants responsibility, as are any incidental charges (e.g., parking fees).


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