Helping You Visualize Your World

Kitware at SC21

Kitware has been bringing advanced scientific computing and visualization technology to the world since 1998. And we remain dedicated to the high-performance computing and visualization community. Our team develops custom software to solve complex scientific challenges based on our open source platforms. During SC21, we hope we can connect with you to share some of the recent projects we’ve been working on and the latest updates for platforms like CMake, ParaView, and VTK. As virtual exhibitors, we have a robust series of sessions scheduled in our booth’s zoom room throughout the conference. For more information, and to access some of the materials, please explore this conference page.

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Events Schedule

Monday, November 15

What's New in ParaView

5-5:30 PM CT
Presented by Cory Quammen

Tuesday, November 16

CMake Training

10 AM – 2 PM CT
Presented by Zack Galbreath

ParaView Training

2 – 6 PM CT
Presented by Dan Lipsa

Wednesday, November 17

Web Visualization

10 AM – 2 PM CT
Presented by Sebastien Jourdain

Meet the Experts: ParaView

2 – 3 PM CT
Experts in Attendance: Utkarsh Ayachit, Dan Lipsa, Cory Quammen

ParaView Catalyst

3 – 4 PM CT
Presented by: Utkarsh Ayachit

Job Fair

4 – 4:30 PM CT

Supercomputing at Kitware

4:30 – 5 PM CT
Presented by Julien Jomier

Thursday, November 18

Topological Data Analysis and Visualization Using TTK

9 – 10 AM CT
Presented by Charles Gueunet

Meet the Experts: CMake

10 – 11 AM CT
Experts in Attendance: Bill Hoffman and Zack Galbreath

Getting Started with Intel OSPRay

11 – 11:30 AM CT
Presented by Timothée Chabat

Supercomputing at Kitware

12:30 – 1 PM CT
Presented by Julien Jomier

Job Fair

1 – 1:30 PM CT

Meet the Experts: VTK

2 – 3 PM CT
Experts in Attendance: Will Schroeder and Ken Martin
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Our Open Source Visualization Software Platforms

The Visualization Toolkit (VTK)

The Visualization Toolkit is open source software for manipulating and displaying scientific data.


ParaView is an open source, multi-platform data analysis and visualization application.

The Computational Model Builder (CMB)

The Computational Model Builder (CMB) leverages several powerful open source tools and integrates them into an application framework that can be easily adapted to specific problem domains.


CMake is an open-source, cross-platform family of tools designed to build, test and package software. It is a powerful, cross-platform build environment

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Interact with Our Live Demos

See some of our popular visualization tools in action. Check out these demos:

ParFlow Digital Sand Tank Model


An online simulation tool that lets users interactively simulate and visualize groundwater movement through a virtual slice of the subsurface. Users can adjust groundwater levels, change subsurface properties, pump groundwater and add pollutants and watch the system respond in real time. Learn more about how to use it and run the model. Interact with ParFlow Sand Tank

Open Demo


ParaViewWeb Visualization



ParaViewWeb is a Web framework to build applications with interactive scientific visualization inside the Web browser. Those applications can leverage a VTK and/or ParaView backend for large data processing and rendering. Interact with ParaViewWeb

Open Demo


For more information on how you can leverage these platforms for your project, send us a message at

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