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In order to strengthen its "Software engineering, parallelism and application development" team, the Maison de la Simulation is recruiting an engineer specializing in high-performance computing.
Maison de la Simulation and the European Center of Excellence EoCoE organize a series of webinars on software technologies used in numerical physics and computational science. Julien Bigot from Maison de la Simulation will present the library PDI on March 6 at 10AM.
1-years fixed-term postdoctoral contract at Maison de la Simulation with possible collaboration with RCCS in Japan.
3D global circulation models of the deep atmosphere of Hot Jupiters provide a robust solution to the radius inflation problem of these planets.
Recruitment of Solène BULTEAU
Edouard Audit, director of Maison de la Simulation, will participate to the radio program Décryptage on Monday October 21st 2019 to speak about super-computers.
The Particle-In-Cell code Smilei has been enriched of a macro-particle merging process based on the M. Vranic method to improve the performance in particle inflation simulation scenarios.
The programming model InKS aims at improving simulation code readability, portability and maintainability. At the same time, it aims at increasing developer productivity working on scientific application.
A new model called envelop model has been implemented and optimized in the PIC code Smilei by the researchers of the LLR lab in collaboration with Maison de la Simulation
Jose Fonseca has joined Masion de la Simulation in May 2019 as a HPC engineer. In the framework of the project EoCoE-II, he will work on the development of an AMR (Adaptive Mesh Refinment) version of the scientific code ParFlow dedicated to the hydrological simulation of surface, sub-surface and ground water flow.
Maison de la Simulation is one of the partners of the European project EoCoE-II - Energy Oriented Center of Excellence.