UAF CS Bioinformatics Powerwall

Using the powerwall
Dr. John Genetti and a graduate student use the powerwall in Chapman 205 to examine a terrain model of Fairbanks, Alaska.

In the summer of 2006 the UAF Computer Science Department and bioinformatics program purchased and assembled a 20-screen powerwall.



Dr. Genetti examines his aurora rendering, initially prepared for the Hayden Planetarium, on the powerwall.
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Students used the powerwall during the February 2007 MCM to view state-scale census data and develop a fully automated congressional redistricting algorithm.
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Faculty and students explore a terrain flythrough of Fairbanks, Alaska.
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Setup Notes

If you'd like an account on the powerwall for a research project, just send an email to Dr. Lawlor!

Dr. Lawlor, Dr. Genetti