Cerfacs Enter the world of high performance ...

Young PhD day


JDD 2021

Friday 18 June 2021





The jury, made up of all the Cerfacsians and many invited guests, awarded Thomas Lafarge the prize for the best 2021 presentation of “Ma thèse en 3 minutes”.



Vidéos of the présentations of “Ma thèse en 3 minutes


  • Antony CellierSimulation aux grandes échelles de feux de batteries Lithium-Ion pour le diagnostic de l’emballement thermique



  • Mark NounPrédiction et mitigation des instabilités de cavité issues de couplages fluide-structure



  • Adrien SuauImplémentation d’une bibliothèque QBLAS pour accélérateur quantique



  • Guillaume BogopolskyModélisation d’un propulseur à effet Hall



  • Thomas LafargeInvestigation de l’utilisation des méthodes de Lattice Boltzmann sur réseaux appliquées aux écoulements multiphasiques



Archives “Ma thèse en 3 minutes”







Sparse Days in Saint-Girons IV

Brigitte Yzel |  29 March 2022

Sparse Days Meeting 2022 🗓️  20-22 June 2022  @ Saint-Girons, France   🌐   Sparse Days 2022 will be held in Saint-Girons, Ariège, from 20-22 June. This enhanced version of Sparse Days is being co-organized by Cerfacs and ENSEEIHT/IRIT. It will be the fourth meeting in Saint- Girons following the tradition of the previous meetings held in 1994, 2003, and 2015. The tradition involves coupling our highly successful annual technical meeting with the ambience and hospitality of this wonderful Pyrenean town which encourages fruitful informal exchanges between participants.    Read more

Press releases on the NextSim EuroHPC project

CERFACS |  9 February 2022

Press talks about the NextSim EuroHPC project. CERFACS is involved in two major points. The first topic is to extend the numerical capabilities of the code to perform scale-resolving simulations of jet noise configurations on exascale supercomputers. The second focus is to exploit data from these simulations by extracting or visualising relevant physical information during the computation. CERFACS is involved in the NextSim project (). The primary objective is to increase the capabilities of Computational Fluid Dynamics tools on extreme-scale parallel computing platforms for aeronautical design. This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement N° 956104. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Spain, France, Germany. This project has received funding from the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) under grant agreement N° ANR-20-EHPC-0002-02. For more information, please visit Read more