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Algo Internal Meetings

The Algo team meetings are short UNFORMAL seminars of about 20 minutes, dedicated to the introduction of the work done or in progress by the Parallel Algo team members. They are useful for presenting work you did before arriving at CERFACS, for rehearsing before a conference, for sharing questions on current research with your colleagues…

Beginners are particularly welcome !

We remind you that these meetings are required to be english-spoken.

You can register at this mail address : yzel@cerfacs.fr


2018                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Past seminars

    • “A Parallel Domain Decomposition Method for Stochastic Elliptic Equations”, Olivier LE MAITRE (LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay), 14/11/2018
    • “Surrogate-Assisted Bounding-Box Approach Applied to Constrained Multi-Objective Optimisation Under Uncertainty”, Pietro CONGEDO (INRIA Bordeaux), 14/11/2018
    •  CERFACS Meetup HPC: “Introduction to Krylov solvers for linear system solution”, Luc GIRAUD (HiePACS project – Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest), 18/07/2018
    • “Introduction to Multigrid methods”, Ulrich Ruede,18/07/2018
    • “Accounting for model error in the iterative ensemble Kalman Smoother”, Anthony FILLION, 06/06/2018
    • “Derivative-free optimization under uncertainty and multidisciplinary optimization”, Benoît PAUWELS06/06/2018
    • Introduction à la méthode de Galerkin Discontinue pour les problèmes elliptiques, MBarek FARES, 31/05/2018
    • A Comparative study between algebraic structures for a goal-oriented efficiency in Scientific Computing, Jean-Baptiste LATRE, 25/01/2018


Professor Andrea Saltelli Seminar at CERFACS, December 3rd, 2018 Summary

6tem9cerfacs |  4 December 2018

CERFACS was pleased to welcome Pr. A. Saltelli for a wide interest seminar an Uncertainty Quantification. Pr. Andrea Saltelli's main disciplinary focus is on sensitivity analysis. The main idea behind sensitivity analysis is to figure out how the uncertainty in the output of a model can be...Read more

CERFACS awarded two projects to explore and disseminate new technologies for sustainable programming for exascale

superadmin |  3 December 2018

CERFACS is now part of the Excellerat Center of Excellence () and the EPEEC project (). EPEEC aims ot bring european parallel programming technology to the exascale era.  It consist of 10 leaders in research and applications from Europe. EXCELLERAT is a European Centre of Excellence for...Read more