Computational

Polio Virus

Computational Imaging
The wide-spread use of digital information, and the ever increasing computation power available to process, manage, and display digital images and videos, has enable us with the profound ability to see and interpret information in previously unimaginable ways.  Using data generated from numerical simulations or predictive models, images and videos of the molecular dynamics of water molecules across a biological membrane can be visualized.  Atomic and molecular structures of viruses and materials can now by realized and appreciated, and the ever-changing weather patterns around the globe can be viewed and simulated, becoming ever more predictive.  The computational power we use for imaging and visualization will allow us to better understand the data and information that is continually being collected around us.