Ninety percent of all data in the world has been created in the past two years alone, at a rate of exabytes per day. New data of all kinds — structured, unstructured, quantitative, qualitative, spatial, and temporal — is growing exponentially and in every way. Given the vast amount of data being produced, one of our greatest scientific challenges is to effectively understand and make use of it. In this talk, I will present recent visual analysis research and applications in science, engineering, and medicine from the OneAPI Center of Excellence at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute and discuss current and future visualization research challenges.

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