My current work at LSMS is to develop a open source finite element library, called Akantu.
Aside of this general development I work on integral regularization methods for continuum damage laws.
I graduated as an engineer in computer science in 2005 at the Ecole National Superieur en Electronique Informatique et Radiocomunication de Bordeaux (ENSEIRB). My degree is colored by an option od High Performance Computing (HPC).
Then I made my thesis at LaBRI/INRIA Bordeaux in the ScalApplix/HiePACS team, on the in-situ steering of coupled parallel numerical simulations.
I graduated as a Ph D. of computer science of the Universite de Bordeaux 1 in 2010.
Since then I am working at EPFL in the Laboratoire de Simulations en Mechanique des Solides (LSMS) as a scientific collaborator.
|Scientific Collaborator||LSMS||2010 -|
|Teaching Assisstant||LSMS||2010 -|
|Attach� temporaire � l'enseignement et la recherche (ATER)||LaBRI - HiePACS||ENSEIRB||2008 - 2010|
Fields of expertise
High Performance Computing
Computer Science Publications
Teaching & PhD
Learn the concepts, tools and API's that are needed to debug, test, optimize and parallelize a scientific application on a cluster from an existing code or from scratch. Both OpenMP (shared memory) and MPI (distributed memory) paradigms are presented and...