The National Research Infrastructure for Data Visualization
InfraVis helps you visualize research data from any scientific domain and gives you access to state-of-the-art visualization competence, support, equipment, training, and methods.
We develop interactive spatio-temporal views of arctic areas affected by climate change, where the researchers can register their data and compare the material to trace the changes of the landscape over time.
The researchers visualize the behavior of wind around airplane wings while the simulation is running on a supercomputer. A deeper insight into wind behavior will aid engineers in designing more efficient aircraft.
The project aims at designing an infrastructure that supports VR applications in the cloud using 5G/6G. The visualisation can lead to a discussion about the regulations for sound environments, and to the initiation of new research questions about health effects.
Latest & Upcoming
On November 28th, a highly anticipated moment awaits those interested in visualization support and training as we introduce the new InfraVis website.
We held the fourth InfraVis Days at KTH from October 3rd to the 4th. On October 2nd we held the Steering Group meeting as well as the first Scientific Advisory Board meeting. We defined a number of procedures to improve the workflows of InfraVis.
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Reach out to InfraVis by clicking “Receive support from InfraVis”
Do you come from an academic institution and want to discuss visualization opportunities in your data?
Do you have a question about InfraVis services?
A ticket is generated and handled
Monday-Friday, 09:00 – 16:00
You can expect the first response within three hours after submitting your question.
For example, a ticket generated at 15:00 on Friday warrants a response no later than 11:00 on Monday, unless these days happen to be holidays.
You receive InfraVis user support
Depending on the nature of your inquiry, you receive three different levels of user support
Free of charge
Free of charge
User fee applies
Three different levels of user support
- Internal evaluation of your submitted question
- Guidance to the right InfraVis resources: An InfraVis Expert contacts you and provides you with advice
For projects that typically require up to 80 hours of support
You meet with an InfraVis Expert to discuss visualization needs and possibilities in your data, as well as to determine the scope of the needed resources
Mid-level support may include, for example:
- InfraVis Experts working on the visualization of your data
- Your participation in data clinics where InfraVis Experts carefully examine your project and discuss solutions
- InfraVis Experts helping you with writing the visualization part of your application for funding
For projects that typically require more than 80 hours of support
At this level, support may entail tailoring existing software solutions or even implementing new approaches and methods specific to the application at hand
The processes regarding the project are iteratively co-defined and run by you and InfraVis Experts, with respect to your specific needs
The project specification is then considered by the InfraVis Steering Committee, which prioritizes and allocates InfraVis resources