Black Hole Collision Visualization
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Black Hole Collision Visualization

July 2, 2010
Black Hole Collision Visualization Ed Seidel, director of Louisiana State University's (LSU) Center for Computation and Technology, works on black hole collision visualizations, part of his world-renowned work in numerical relativity research. Seidel, who is also the lead scientist on a Louisiana EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) Research Infrastructure Improvement award, is utilizing LSU's former supercomputer, SuperMike, pictured here. For more information about the LSU EPSCoR, visit the programs Web site. Further information about NSF EPSCoR, including a list of participating state Web sites, is available Here. [Research supported by National Science Foundation grant EPS 07-01491.] (Date of Image: 2006-2007)

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