There are 14 Results with the keyword : "Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest"
For the first time in the Bordeaux regional education authority area, the local education authority, Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Bordeaux are organising a MathC2+ training course*. Intended for year 11 pupils, the course, entitledWhen mathematics and computing come together in digital sciencesis part of the MathC2+ government scheme, aimed at encouraging talented young scientists and promoting careers in the field of science.
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).
Inria and the Lycée Raoul Follereau (in the Dijon regional education authority) signed a partnership agreement on Thursday 20 March 2014 in the school's conference hall. The partnership's main objective is to increase interest from young people, particularly girls, in digital sciences through supported robotics activities within the establishment.
The launch of the regional section of the "Silver Economy" in Aquitaine took place on Monday, in the presence and under the chairmanship ofMrs Michèle DELAUNAY, the French junior minister for the Elderly and Autonomy at the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, andMr Alain ROUSSET, president of the Aquitaine Regional Council.
On 6, 7 and 8 February 2014, Aquitaine's four public scientific and technological establishments (EPSTs) will be attending AQUITEC, the first regional fair for careers advice, professions, jobs and training.
Exhibition Centre (Parc des Expositions), Bordeaux-Lac: Stand C1/Hall 1, aisle B - Higher Education area (Espace Enseignement Supérieur)
Local heritage day 2013
For those involved in heritage, the year 2013 is of particular importance: it marks the commemoration of the centenary of the law of 31 December 1913, the founding text for the protection of historic monuments in France, as well as the celebration of the 30th edition of the European Heritage Days. On this occasion, the Inria Bordeaux – Sud-Ouest Research Centre wanted to reveal how computing plays a major role in safeguarding our architectural heritage. Focus on the MANAO team
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A journey to the heart of computational sciences and technologies for Bordeaux secondary school pupils
As part of the "Objective 2015" academic programme, the educational district of Bordeaux has adopted a proactive policy of encouraging pupils to take up science courses and careers in research while working towards developing an effective pathway from secondary through to university education.
- Rectorat de l'académie de Bordeaux
- Enseignement informatique et sciences du numérique
- Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
Katie Lewis of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US uses SCOTCH in her everyday research on massively parallel 3D mesh/grid partitioning.
Cédric Chevalier, engineer-researcher at CEA, "Scotch is ahead of the curve for state-of-the-art architectures".
The software Scotch, developed by François Pellegrini at Inria Bordeaux – Southwest, is turning 20 years old in December. This software is used to organize computing efficiently and robustly on parallel computers. Its success is now growing. It's important to note that it's the only one in the world of its kind to run on hierarchical parallel architectures that include tens of thousands of processors.
Interview with François Pellegrini, professor at University Bordeaux 1, member of the Bacchus team at Inria Bordeaux – Southwest and member of the LaBRI.
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