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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.
Prix et distinction
Laura Grigori and her co-authors, Professors James Demmel, Mark Hoemmen, and Julien Langou have being selected to receive the 2016 SIAM SIAG/Supercomputing Best Paper Prize for their paper, “Communication-Optimal Parallel and Sequential QR and LU Factorizations,” published in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 2012.
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).
Building on many years of collaboration and a first framework agreement entered into in early 2010 on the optimisation of power generation and management systems, Inria and EDF are once again partnering on new shared research topics, with a five-year agreement focused primarily on simulation and supercomputing.
Through its start-ups and project teams specialising in High Performance Computing (HPC), Inria will be participating from 12 to 17 November 2017 in the annual international conference on SuperComputing to be held in Denver, Colorado.
Inria Project Labs' initiatives enable the launch of ambitious research projects directly linked with the institute. These programmes are often interdisciplinary and call on a wide range of skills. Aim: mobilising and highlighting the expertise of Inria researchers around key challenges.
- Sofa Intermeds
- Stéphane Cotin
As the fifth workshop of the Inria-Urbana-Champaign joint lab (Joint Laboratory on Petascale Computing-JLPC) came to an end in Grenoble, Franck Cappello, its co-director, took stock of the activities of this institution dedicated to high-performance computing. Two years after its creation, it was now time to review its most emblematic results and to present its current research on climate and the international G8 Exascale project, with which the joint laboratory is associated.