2010 Visualization Challenge Winners

Sessom winning entry

Ronald Sessoms' rich graphics depict proposed changes to the streetscape of Nashville, NC.

March 31, 2010
Greenville, NC

The Visualization Challenge hosted by RENCI at ECU drew excellent presentations again this year. The top of the Challenge are Ronald Sessoms, undergrad winner, for "Town of Nashville, NC: Barnes St. Design Proposal," (above) and Robert J. Howard, graduate winner, for "Investigating the Hydrological Impact of Agricultural Ditches Thru Flow Visualization, Flood Mapping in Currituck County, NC." (below).

Howard winning entry

Robert Howard presents using Google Earth and mapping tools.

Other Challenge participants included:

Devon Eulie: Sediment Resuspension in the Pamlico River Estuary: A preliminary investigation

Andrew Dietsche: Stratigraphy of Core Sound

Dimitri Quafisi: 3-D visualization sedimentation along the Tar River.

Stephen Andrew Anstine: Lidar imaging of Ocracoke Island

All the the presentations included excellent research and demonstrated use of graphic displays of information.


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