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SciVis Contest 2021

All Contests

IEEE 2022 SciVis Contest is now live!

The following are the links to the previous IEEE SciVis Contests:

  • 2020: Transport mechanisms of eddies in the Red Sea
    • check the Results section to see the winning entry
  • 2019: Cosmological simulation
  • 2018: Deep water asteroid impacts
  • 2017: Clouds and Atmospheric Processes
  • 2016: Particular Ensembles
  • 2015: Visualize the Universe
  • 2014: Volcanic eruptions and their atmospheric aftermath
  • 2013: Allen Developing Mouse Brain Atlas
  • 2012: Computational material science
  • 2011: Stability Visualization of Fluid Dynamics
  • 2010: Advanced Visualization for Neurosurgical Planning
  • 2009: Deferred to 2010
  • 2008: Multifield 3D Scalar Data (Astrophysics turbulence simulation data)
  • 2007: There was no contest in year 2007
  • 2006: See What’s Shaking (Earthquake simulation data)
  • 2005: Rendering Revolution (DTI and Wind data)
  • 2004: Visualization Fusion (Atmospheric data)

The first IEEE SciVis Contest was held in 2004.


Separately, since 2016, Compute Canada has been organizing its own Canada-wide Visualize This! competition:

  • 2019: Incompressible transitional air flow over a wind turbine section or bring your own data
  • 2018: Interaction of a large protein structure with a cell’s membrane and Linked humanities data
  • 2017: Airflow around counter-rotating wind turbines
  • 2016: Visualizing multiple variables in a global ocean model