European projects

ATMO is an ERC project (European Research Council) that aims to study the exoplanet atmosphere using numerical simulation and prepare the observatory campaign of the James Webb spatial telescope. – to find out more

Related expertise: numerical physics, applied mathematics, HPC

E-CAM is a partnership of 16 CECAM (Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculairenodes, 3 PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe) Centres, 12 industrial partners and 1 Centre for Industrial Computing (Hartree Centre for HPC in Industry). It supports HPC simulations in industry and academia through software development, training, and discussion in simulation and modeling. – to find out more

At the crossroads of the energy and digital revolutions, EoCoE (Energy Oriented Center of Excellence) develops and applies cutting-edge computational methods in its mission to accelerate the transition to the production, storage, and management of clean, decarbonized energy. – to find out more

Related expertise: HPC

Focus COE brings together, promotes, and coordinates European centers of excellence (CoE) around HPC. – to find out more

Related expertise: HPC

Maison de la Simulation is integrated into the PRACE Training Programme via the PRACE Training Centers (PTCs). – to find out more

Related expertise: HPC, programming models

National projects

The main objective of the CHARMS project is to take a step further and deliver the foundations numerical components of an open framework, so that integrated dynamic conceptual models of geothermal systems in complex geological settings can be produced from the early phases of exploration and evolve continuously through collaborative contributions into operational reservoir models.– to find out more

Related expertise: physics modelling

Digiscope is a network of high-performance platforms for interactive visualization of large datasets and complex computation. Distributed throughout the University of Paris-Saclay, Digiscope’s ten rooms feature huge displays and advanced interaction devices and are interconnected via a telepresence network that supports remote collaboration. Anticipated applications include scientific research, computer-aided design, decision support systems, and education. – to find out more

Related expertise: visualisation

Other projects

AIDAS is a joint program between FZJ (Jülich) and CEA Saclay focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Quantum computing, and High-Performance Computing.

Related expertise: task-based parallelism methods