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Matthieu Dorier received the second prize at the ACM Student Research Competition, held in conjunction with the International Conference on Supercomputing, in Tucson (Arizona), from 1st to 3rd June, 2011. He was awarded this prize while doing a Masters internship at the Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing-JLPC, a joint laboratory set up by Inria and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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.
The Maison de la Simulationis a laboratory set up in 2011 at the Saclay site. In September, it will start to use a visualisation wall acquired as part of the Digiscope project. The wall will be inaugurated on 15 September and early November in the presence of Dr Mandelbrot, the son of the man who "invented" fractals.
A researcher's path
For the first annual Maths Week, March 12-18, the theme was "Women and Maths". It offered an opportunity to interview three researchers and team leaders at Saclay, with three different profiles and careers, but who all chose to discuss with us their choice to work in science and research. This week we met with Brigitte Rozoy, head of the Grand-Large team.
Inria - industry meetings
On february 11th, 2014 will be held a new Inria - Industry meeting session on «Bioinformatics and digital tools for health products». This one day meeting is co-organized with LyonBiopôle competitiveness cluster.
Place : ENS Lyon, Espace Charles Mérieux, Lyon
Inria, partner of Grenoble Innovation Fair, presents its latest technological innovations and platforms in the fields of healthcare, transportation, services and applications for mobile devices, high performance computing and augmented or virtual reality.
Place : Grenoble - Allpexpo - France
- GIF 2011
- Pedestrian Indoor Navigation
- Face recognition
- Grenoble Rhône-Alpes research center
- Grenoble Traffic Lab
The 11th edition of the TERATEC Forum will take place on 28th and 29th June 2016 on the Ecole Polytechnique campus. Inria will be presenting a selection of innovative technologies and will partner the European Research Café, which aims to spotlight European research projects and initiatives in the fields of numerical simulation, HPC and Big Data.
Technology transfer policy
GENCI, Inria and OSEO join forces to support SMEs in first-time access to high-performance computing
The "HPC-SME Initiative" is the name of the programme jointly launched by GENCI, Inria and OSEO in partnership with four global competitiveness clusters to facilitate and encourage access by SMEs to high-performance computing (HPC). Put together in compliance with the recommendations of the Digital France 2012 plan, this programme aims to support and increase the competitiveness of SMEs whose industrial innovation projects are liable to benefit from the use of high-performance computing. The core element of the initiative is long-term assistance provided with the aim of guaranteeing the effective integration of the growth capabilities afforded by HPC.
Bull and Inria launch a strategic partnership to tackle the challenges of future exascale supercomputers
Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria (the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control), and Philippe Vannier, Chairman and CEO of Bull, have signed a partnership agreement to carry out joint research in High-Performance Computing (HPC). The main aim of this partnership – between a leading research lab and one of the industry leaders in its field – is to help overcome the challenges posed by the coming generation of ‘exascale’ supercomputers. A roadmap has already been set out, enabling the teams involved to work together on supercomputer architecture, software environments and services.