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   * NSF-funded CI-TEAM projects [CI-TEAM] {:​tony_oliver_haiti.jpg} The NSF funding program CI-TEAM provides support for KeckCAVES. In our research, training, and education, we build inter-disciplinary research environments for preparing students in the geosciences,​ computer science, science and technology studies, anthropology,​ and physics for successful technical careers. We engage students in interdisciplinary teams to jointly develop, use, and disseminate cyber-infrastructure (CI) tools and techniques using virtual reality and scientific visualization for research and education. To date, CI-TEAM funding has influenced over 20 doctoral dissertations,​ 7 masters theses, and 10 undergraduate research projects.  ​   * NSF-funded CI-TEAM projects [CI-TEAM] {:​tony_oliver_haiti.jpg} The NSF funding program CI-TEAM provides support for KeckCAVES. In our research, training, and education, we build inter-disciplinary research environments for preparing students in the geosciences,​ computer science, science and technology studies, anthropology,​ and physics for successful technical careers. We engage students in interdisciplinary teams to jointly develop, use, and disseminate cyber-infrastructure (CI) tools and techniques using virtual reality and scientific visualization for research and education. To date, CI-TEAM funding has influenced over 20 doctoral dissertations,​ 7 masters theses, and 10 undergraduate research projects.  ​
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-===== Workshops and Courses ===== 
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-  * Computational Astrobiology Summer Symposium 2011 [] {} The [[http://​www.ifa.hawaii.edu/​UHNAI/​CASS2011/​ | Computational Astrobiology Summer Symposium 2011]], sponsored by the [[http://​astrobiology.nasa.gov/​nai/​ | NASA Astrobiology Institute]] included KeckCAVES visualization software on a 3D TV system. Postdoc Tony Bernardin attended and helped set up and demonstrate the visualization system. 
  
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   * KeckCAVES Presentations to the Public [presentations] {:​education:​crustamars_nasm.jpg} In 2008 the KeckCAVES team displayed our research on a large 3D screen at the the UC Davis Pavilion at the California State Fair, for the Centennial of the university. The display was visited by 16,000 individuals over a 2 week period. On the 2011 Mars Day, a Crusta movie played at the National Air and Space Museum. In 2011, we took a 3d TV system to the annual AGU meeting.   * KeckCAVES Presentations to the Public [presentations] {:​education:​crustamars_nasm.jpg} In 2008 the KeckCAVES team displayed our research on a large 3D screen at the the UC Davis Pavilion at the California State Fair, for the Centennial of the university. The display was visited by 16,000 individuals over a 2 week period. On the 2011 Mars Day, a Crusta movie played at the National Air and Space Museum. In 2011, we took a 3d TV system to the annual AGU meeting.
   * KeckCAVES Tours [Outreach_tours] {:​undergrads.jpg} NOTE: Unfortunately,​ the KeckCAVES is not offering tours at this time. In partnership with campus organizations,​ various members of KeckCAVES provide tours for high school and younger groups to show them what scientists do. For example, KeckCAVES undergraduate Marisol Juarez Rivera and graduate student Tyler Mackey showed about 30 Latino students from a [[http://​richmondconfidential.org/​2011/​07/​19/​richmond-soccer-club-encourages-latino-students-to-attend-college/​ | Richmond soccer club]] KeckCAVES during their visit to UCDavis.  ​   * KeckCAVES Tours [Outreach_tours] {:​undergrads.jpg} NOTE: Unfortunately,​ the KeckCAVES is not offering tours at this time. In partnership with campus organizations,​ various members of KeckCAVES provide tours for high school and younger groups to show them what scientists do. For example, KeckCAVES undergraduate Marisol Juarez Rivera and graduate student Tyler Mackey showed about 30 Latino students from a [[http://​richmondconfidential.org/​2011/​07/​19/​richmond-soccer-club-encourages-latino-students-to-attend-college/​ | Richmond soccer club]] KeckCAVES during their visit to UCDavis.  ​
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 +===== Workshops and Courses =====
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 +  * Computational Astrobiology Summer Symposium 2011 [] {} The [[http://​www.ifa.hawaii.edu/​UHNAI/​CASS2011/​ | Computational Astrobiology Summer Symposium 2011]], sponsored by the [[http://​astrobiology.nasa.gov/​nai/​ | NASA Astrobiology Institute]] included KeckCAVES visualization software on a 3D TV system. Postdoc Tony Bernardin attended and helped set up and demonstrate the visualization system.
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 ===== Arts Collaborations ===== ===== Arts Collaborations =====
  
   * COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down) [Collapse] {} In Fall 2007, we collaborated with [[http://​theatredance.ucdavis.edu/​proartists/​sideshow_members.aspx | Della Davidson]], professor of Theatre and Dance, and Physical Sideshow Theater to provide stereoscopic 3D animations as backdrop and interactive scenery for a modern dance performance,​ [[http://​www.mondaviarts.org/​events/​event.cfm?​event_id=461 | COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down)]]. We installed a 16'​x9'​ polarized screen as part of the stage and a large-area motion capture system to allow dancers to control the 3D display live and in real time, and handed polarized 3D glasses to the audience. We showed scripted and interactively controlled fly-by animations of LiDAR data, and an interactive 3D painting program controlled live by a dancer on stage. The performance won an [[http://​izzies.org/​history/​2009-2007-2008-season/​ | Izzie ("​Isadora Duncan Dance Award"​) for visual design]].   * COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down) [Collapse] {} In Fall 2007, we collaborated with [[http://​theatredance.ucdavis.edu/​proartists/​sideshow_members.aspx | Della Davidson]], professor of Theatre and Dance, and Physical Sideshow Theater to provide stereoscopic 3D animations as backdrop and interactive scenery for a modern dance performance,​ [[http://​www.mondaviarts.org/​events/​event.cfm?​event_id=461 | COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down)]]. We installed a 16'​x9'​ polarized screen as part of the stage and a large-area motion capture system to allow dancers to control the 3D display live and in real time, and handed polarized 3D glasses to the audience. We showed scripted and interactively controlled fly-by animations of LiDAR data, and an interactive 3D painting program controlled live by a dancer on stage. The performance won an [[http://​izzies.org/​history/​2009-2007-2008-season/​ | Izzie ("​Isadora Duncan Dance Award"​) for visual design]].
   * The Dream Vortex [] {} The Dream Vortex is a work in progress representing a collaboration between [[http://​www.meredithtromble.net/​ | Meredith Tromble]] and [[http://​mygeologypage.ucdavis.edu/​sumner | Dawn Sumner]] with assistance from Chris Ellison and [[http://​csc.ucdavis.edu/​~chaos/​ | Jim Crutchfield]]. It uses [[software:​mycelia|Mycelia]] to render the dreams of KeckCAVES and [[http://​csc.ucdavis.edu | Complexity Sciences Center]] as nodes and drawing that capture the images and connections among the dreams. See a presentation on the project [[http://​archive.org/​details/​TrombleSumner|here]].   * The Dream Vortex [] {} The Dream Vortex is a work in progress representing a collaboration between [[http://​www.meredithtromble.net/​ | Meredith Tromble]] and [[http://​mygeologypage.ucdavis.edu/​sumner | Dawn Sumner]] with assistance from Chris Ellison and [[http://​csc.ucdavis.edu/​~chaos/​ | Jim Crutchfield]]. It uses [[software:​mycelia|Mycelia]] to render the dreams of KeckCAVES and [[http://​csc.ucdavis.edu | Complexity Sciences Center]] as nodes and drawing that capture the images and connections among the dreams. See a presentation on the project [[http://​archive.org/​details/​TrombleSumner|here]].