The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute hosted the second annual SCIx Open House on Tuesday, November 13th.
At SCIx, the SCI Institute put its cutting-edge work on display for the public accompanied by a keynote presentation from Alan Kay. Alan Kay is a pioneer in object oriented programming and personal computing who conceived laptops years before their realization and received the 2003 Turing Award. This year’s open house presented more stunning and innovative research.
If you have missed the event, check the SCIx website to see computing techniques and tools created by SCI researchers and collaborators as they work toward solving human problems in fields such as biomedicine, fluid dynamics, geophysics, combustion, and atmospheric dispersion. Here’s a taste of what last year’s open house had to offer: SCIx 2011 video.
View video Stream - SCI X Keynote Speaker Alan Kay - November 13, 2012