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With the support of the HPC-SME Initiative, launched at the end of 2010 by Bpifrance (a French public investment bank), GENCI and Inria, Algo'Tech, a company which specialises in the production of electrical schematics and wiring software for public works, industrial machines and embedded systems, successfully completed the transition of its electrical wiring software program to HPC (High Performance Computing).
Inria & Consortia
This consortium is in charge of the MUMPS software, a reference solver for sparse linear systems from the world of digital simulation, combining digital robustness, parallelism and a large processing capacity whilst limiting resolution times and the consumption of computing resources. The consortium was created by Inria, the university cluster INPT, CERFACS (European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation), thegrande école ENS Lyon and the Université de Bordeaux, and gathers together eight industry members.
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.
The TERATEC Forum, a major meeting for international experts in HPC, big data and simulation, will take place on 19 and 20 June 2018 at the École Polytechnique. Once again this year, Inria is a partner of the event, where it will present a selection of innovative technologies. Inria will also be a partner of the European Research Café, which aims to showcase European scientific projects and initiatives in these fields.
Inria & HPC
StarPU is a software component enabling the provision of a unified and generic view of the infrastructures available for computation, whatever their kind: CPUs, GPUs.
Brice Goglin, researcher within theTADaaM team, is the main developer of the 'Portable Hardware Locality' (hwloc) software used to discover and abstract computer architectures. The 2.0 version of this open source software is available for download.
[27/09] Round Table
From energy and the environment to weather and aeronautics, the need for modelling and simulation is a more pressing issue than ever, and one that concerns all the industrial sectors and societal questions. Since the 1990s, teams from Bordeaux have been at the forefront of research in high-performance numerical simulation.
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.
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.