Our Partners

Maison de la Simulation works with several organizations and laboratories in France and Europe. It is integrated into high-performance computing and digital simulation ecosystems at these different scales by forging links with numerous partners.

Maison de la Simulation hosts one of the European Centre for Atomic and Molecular Computing nodes founded in Paris in 1969 and based in Lausanne. – to find out more

The CPU (Conference of University Presidents), GENCI, and the Maison de la Simulation have joined forces to set up the Certificate of Competence (C3I). Its objective is to improve the visibility of PhDs who have acquired, developed, and applied HPC skills during their thesis. – to find out more

GENCI is a national organization that brings together the three major national computing centers and whose aim is to promote HPC in France. – to find out more

The Institute for Development and Resources in Intensive Scientific Computing (IDRIS) is a center of excellence in intensive numerical calculations that serves extreme computing research branches. This concerns the application aspects and the research inherent to high-performance computation. – to find out more

The National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria) is a French national research institution focusing on computer science and applied mathematics. – to find out more

The IRFM (Institut de Recherche sur la Fusion par confinement Magnétique) is an institute of the CEA’s Fundamental Research division dedicated to research on thermonuclear fusion. It is located at the Cadarache Centre in the south of France. – to find out more

The LULI laboratory (Laboratoire pour l’Utilisation des Lasers Intenses ) is a Research Infrastructure open to the national and European academic communities and a Research Center on high-energy-density plasma physics. – to find out more

The Leprince-Ringuet Laboratory, founded in 1936 by Louis Leprince-Ringuet, focuses on high-energy photons and particle physics. – to find out more