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One year ago, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Inria formed the Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing (High-Performance Computing, HPC). Based in Illinois’ university, the shared laboratory focuses on developing algorithms and software for petascale computing and beyond. Researchers at the laboratory have integrated their work with the Blue Waters project. The aim is to perfect the most powerful computer in the world. The Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing is led by Inria’s Franck Cappello and Illinois’ Marc Snir from Urbana-Champaign’s computer sciences department who worked on IBM’s large supercomputing system and has been involved in high performance computing for more than 20 years. In this interview, Mark Snir talks about this collaboration.
Start-ups - Telecoms, Networks
Inria is proud to announce the creation of its 100th start up, LYaTiss.
Interview with Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet, Senior Research Scientist at Inria, founding member and CEO of LYaTiss.
3 days of conferences, 2 days of workshops, the 2011 edition of Euro-Par, the reference symposium about parallel computing in Europe, which took place from the 29th of August to the 2nd of September, gathered over 330 international scientists from the field for high quality meetings at the core of the Aquitanian Basin.
- High Performance Computing
- Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
- Parallel computing
- Internationale symposium
ANR-JST FP3C (Framework and Programming for Post Petascale Computing), coordinated in France by the Grand-Large project-team, aims to tackle the challenges of high-performance computing. This exceptional collaboration between France and Japan is one of the four projects selected from the many submissions made as part of a call for projects.
Place : Orme des Merisiers du CEA/ SACLAY - Bâtiment 713 - Salle Galilée
This school is aimed at students, researchers or engineers interested in high-performance scientific computation, especially for the purposes of leading edge digital simulation in digital physics.
Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée Research Centre
The global community of scientific computing has assembled in Salt Lake City, and will remain there until 16 November. Inria, a committed member of this event, established in 1988, has participated for nearly 20 years by sending its specialising in high performance computing (HPC).