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Data processing tools for fluid mechanics

Antares

Antares is a data processing library that works on structured and unstructured data from simulations in fluid mechanics. It can be used in a standalone mode (data are stored in files) or in a co-processing mode (data to be analyzed are directly accessed from the solver memory). This library handles many file formats. It is currently used by our partners for various applications (external aerodynamics, combustion, turbomachinery, aeroacoustics, etc.).

For more information: refer to the Antares website.

Contact at CERFACS: Jean-François Boussuge

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Continuity of activity of the Cerfacs during the Covid-19 pandemic

superadmin |  20 March 2020

On Monday 16 March 2020, in the context of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 epidemic, Cerfacs decided to reorganize its activities by implementing a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and deploying teleworking facilities for all its employees. All staff members thus continue to carry out their full mission.Read more


A fiery wakeup call for climate science

superadmin |  26 February 2020

The extent of the recent wildfires in Australia significantly exceeded the projections of any member of the multi-model CMIP archive.  This highlights how current multi-model ensembles may be under-representing the risks of natural disasters under climate change.  Limited coupled system process representation in most models coupled with a lack of parameter uncertainty exploration means that some risks are not explored by the existing international multi-model framework.  This calls for a reassessment of how to focus climate model development on providing robust risk quantification for those impacts which most directly affect society. Sanderson, B.M., Fisher, R.A. A fiery wake-up call for climate science. Nat. Clim. Chang. (2020) nature.com Media coverage BBC Sydney Morning Herald The Guardian Wired The Daily Express YahooRead more

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