13mar(mar 13)1:00 am15(mar 15)1:00 amFree VTK, ParaView, and CMake training courses @ Kitware

Event Details

Kitware will present three free, one day training courses next month at our Albany, NY headquarters.

March 13‘th “Introductory and applied VTK”


  • Dave DeMarle / Lisa Avila – “A hands on introduction to VTK”


  • Aashish Chaudhary – “VTK and Geosciences”
  • Berk Geveci – “Flow Visualization”
  • Ken Martin – “Realistic Rendering”
  • Sankesh Jhaveri – “A workflow for Medical Visualization”

March 14‘th “Introductory and applied ParaView”


  • Dan Lipsa / Utkarsh Ayachit – “A hands on introduction to ParaView”


  • Andy Bauer – “CFD analysis”
  • T.J. Corona – “Simulation Debugging”
  • Utkarsh Ayachit – “Quantitative Analysis”
  • Bob O’Bara – “Point Cloud Processing”

March 15‘th “CMake and Friends”
all day: w/ Bill Hoffman

To reserve a seat for the course, please fill out this google form and we’ll get back to you to confirm your reservation. https://goo.gl/forms/M3WmJcV9W6qKTK8x2


13 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 15 (Thursday) 1:00 am



1712 Route 9, Suite 300

11 Responses to Free VTK, ParaView, and CMake training courses @ Kitware

  1. Vasileios says:

    Can we watch the seminar on-line?

  2. Dave DeMarle says:

    Sorry, not for this first run because we want to keep it highly immersive. We will post the slides after the fact. In future runs we’ll very likely open it up to video and webinar formats.

  3. Dave DeMarle says:

    Since we are now maxed out and I’ve shut down the registration form to new students. Thank you for your interest in the Kitware training!

  4. Ian Porter says:

    Any future dates planned?

    • Dave DeMarle says:

      We are thinking about offering a similar course in our North Carolina office in about 6 months.

  5. David O. says:

    Any possibility of you guys doing one in the future in New Mexico since you have a Santa Fe office?

  6. Ramakrishnan B says:

    Free Webinar available?
    Can the three course presentation shall be shared for our reference

Questions or comments are always welcome!