TERATEC's Scientific and Technical Committee was created with the purpose of advising the association on the broad scientific and technological guidelines in the HPC field and to help it describe the interest of national and international initiatives, as well as on the partnerships in which the TERATEC association could participate.
MIHPS is a Master of Science devoted to the training of top scientists able to acquire two major technological developments:
the systematic use of parallelism (from multicore computers to supercomputers)
the use of numerical simulation industry and research. A major feature of this master is to give future graduates a multidisciplinary skill, an expertise of high performance computing and parallel computing and an expertise of modelling / simulation techniques.
The Exascale Computing Research centre (ECR) is the fruit of the collaboration between CEA, GENCI, the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Intel. The mission of ECR is to conduct R&D studies in co-operation with European researchers on applications that are critical for industries and HPC users from European universities.
An essential factor in corporate competitiveness
High Performance Simulation is both an essential factor in corporate competitiveness and an absolutely vital tool for major scientific challenges. Thus it enables experts to design products more rapidly which are better suited to customers’ requirements and furthermore to analyse and understand complex phenomena.
Promoting High Performance Simulation is, therefore, a priority both for the industrial world as well as for the academic community and provides also an opportunity for IT specialized companies.
With this objective in mind major players in these different fields have created the Ter@tec association together with local authorities keen to develop technological activities in their territory.
TERATEC brings together different actors of the High Performance Simulation. In a place unique in France, it promotes exchanges and collaborations around the larger computing resources in Europe. Created at the initiative of CEA-DAM Ile de France, TERATEC offers its partners research and most advanced technologies in the field of numerical simulation.
TERATEC Forum 2013 More than 1000 participants, 60 international speakers and 60 exhibitors are expected on 25 and 26 June for the 8th edition of the TERATEC Forum
Collaviz -Open platform for scientific visualization and remote collaborative work 32 months after the project started, and in compliance with the commitments set down in its proposal, the industrialized version of the Collaviz platform and the generic visualization client are now available. These two keystones of the project are perfectly suited to the needs of many end users of the Consortium, who are currently finalizing the developments of their industrial demonstrators.
Cool IT - Energy optimization of Data Centers In the ninth month of the project, the functional and technical specifications for hardware and software to collect energy data have been established, and the first models of energy use and optimization have been made.
PARMA - Parallel Programming for Multi-core Architectures
The ITEA ParMA project brought together European computer specialists to enable the development of an integrated set of programming methods required to harness the power of the latest multicore processor architectures essential for European research and industrial production