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C2S@Exa Inria Project Lab

HOSCAR CNPa-Inria project

DIOGENeS
Software suite for computational nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics

Seminars in 2015

CEA-EDF-INRIA school

Toward petaflop numerical simulation on parallel hybrid architectures, June 6-10, 2011, INRIA Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée, France

Conferences in 2011

3rd International Conference on Finite Element Methods in Engineering and Science (FEMTEC 2011), May 9 - 13, 2011, Harvey's Casino and Resort South Lake Tahoe, USA

Postdoctoral project
Numerical modeling of the interaction of an electromagnetic field with living tissues using a discontinuous finite element method
Application deadline: March 15th

PhD project
Modélisation de la variabilité entre les individus dans le calcul électromagnétique des effets de la téléphonie mobile

Internship and PhD\\ Schémas d'intégration en temps précis et efficaces pour les équations de Maxwell discrétisées par une méthode d'éléments finis discontinus d'ordre élevé

Sujets de stages 2010 Schémas numériques performants pour la propagation d'ondes électromagnétique Méthode éléments finis hybride pour la propagation d'ondes électromagnétiques

ONERA scientific event

High accuracy numerical methods and their application to complex physics problems, December 7-8 2009, ONERA Toulouse, France

Conferences in 2010

2nd European Seminar on Coupled Problems (ESCO 2010), June 28—July 2, 2010, Pilsen, Czech Republic

CEA-EDF-INRIA school

Robust methods and algorithms for solving large algebraic systems on modern high performance computing systems, March 30-April 3 2009, INRIA Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée, France
Slides of the lectures

Scientific activity reports

2007 to 2013

>>clip<< Seminars in 2008

Siham Layouni, CEA Saclay
April 21st 2008

Jan S. Hesthaven, Brown University, Division of Applied Mathematics
July 21st 2008


Martin J. Gander, Geneva University, Mathematics Section
August 18th 2008

Oliver Rheinbach, Universitaet Duisburg-Essen, Fachbereich Mathematik
December 2nd 2008

>>clip<< Seminars in 2007

Martin J. Gander
July 9th 2007

Sarah Delcourte
November 13th 2007

José Carcione
November 26th 2007

Numerical modeling of wave propagation in elastic media
December 11th 2007
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