Natural Phenomena Simulation Group

University of Waterloo

 

 


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Which models do you intend to use through our system? *

ABM-U (Algorithmic BDF Model for Unifacial Plant Leaves)

ABM-B (Algorithmic BDF Model for Bifacial Plant Leaves)

BioSpec (Biophysically-Based Spectral Model of Light Interaction with Human Skin)

BioSpec (Biophysically-Based Spectral Model of Light Interaction with Human Skin)

CLBlood (Cell-Based Light Interaction Model for Human Blood)

HyLIoS (Hyperspectral Light Impingement on Skin)

HyLIoS MS (Hyperspectral Light Impingement on Skin - Melanoma Simulation) (offline for maintenance)

ILIT (Iridial Light Transport Model)

SPLITS (Spectral Light Transport Model for Sand)

SPLITS-2 (Spectral Light Transport Model for Sand Ver.2)

SPLITSnow (Spectral Light Transport Model for Snow)


Please describe the project/application in which you intend to employ the simulation results to be obtained through the online usage of the selected model(s). This information will be used to determine whether access will be granted and the duration of the provided access. *


Notes:
  1. Your request will be processed by the NPSG group. We strive to respond to all requests within two business days. However, if you do not hear back from us after one week, feel free to contact us at NPSG.Sim@uwaterloo.ca.
  2. If you require access to different models in the future, please log out and complete this form again. You will temporarily lose your existing access while the new approval is in progress.
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  4. Passwords are typically associated with expiry dates. If your password expires and you still require access, please submit a new request.

I agree that I will credit the employed model in any publications resulting from the produced data. I also agree for the above information to be used for grant application purposes. *




 
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