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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.