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Past Internal Algo Meetings


Solveurs non linéaires rapides en mécanique des solides.Enrichissement de préconditioneurs pour des problèmes symétriques indéfinis et nonsymétriques, avec application aux systèmes point selle, Sylvain Mercier, 12/11/2015

Derivative free optimization methods for solving large size optimization problems, Nacer Soualmi, 22/10/2015

Beyond and behind linear algebra II, Jean-Baptiste Latre, 22/10/2015

Hermitian Matrices: spectral coupling and chaining, plane geometry and optimisation, Monserrat Rincon-Camacho, 22/10/2015

Passage à l'échelle de la régression linéaire aux données de grande dimension, Zakariae Jorti, 23/09/2015

Python as programming language for algorithms development: study, applications, examples …, Thibaut Lunet, 19/06/2015

Correlation operators based on the iterative solution of an implicitly formulated diffusion equation, Jean Tshimanga, 27/03/2015

An algebraic palette for scientific computing and information processing in small dimensions, Jean-Baptiste Latre, 20/02/2015

A general hybrid formulation of the background-error covariance matrix for ensemble-variational ocean data assimilation, Anthony Weaver, 16/01/2015


CECI Contribution to CNRS’ “Petit Illustré” on Complex Systems (CNRS Edition)

ROGEL |  12 October 2017

CECI (Cerfacs, CNRS) and IMFT are both working on numerical modelling of the processes causing river flooding and their uncertainties. A common contribution on this subject, signed by Sophie Ricci and Hélène Roux, appears in Vol. 34 of the "Petit Illustré" collection, edited by CNRS.Read more

CERFACS was present at the European Researcher Night 2017 at Toulouse

thual |  1 October 2017

"Can we get an engine, an airplane or the entire Earth into a computer?". Such was the catchy title of the CERFACS stand  Friday September 29th, for the "European Research Night" whose theme was "Impossible". A hundred people at the "Quai des Savoirs" in Toulouse took a close interest in the...Read more