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TERATEC 2016 Forum
Workshop 6 - Wednesday, June 29

High Performance Integrated Computational Materials Engineering
Chaired by Gilles ZERAH, CEA

Materials simulation codes are amongst the highest CPU cycles hogs on HPC computers in France and in the world. The predictive capabilities of these simulations gave birth to the Integrated Computation Materials Engineering (ICME) paradigm. This approach, more specifically directed towards industrial applications, aims at developing integrated multiscale approaches for the research, development,  integration and processing of materials in an industrial context. Since last Autumn, within the Supercomputers Program of the "Nouvelle France Industrielle", the French Government funded projects associating public and private entities  in order to enhance the development of such capabilities at the national level. This workshop aimed to present recent advances of the use of high performance computing in this field.

With the participation of :

Thermodynamique des phases métastables
Christophe SIGLI, Senior Scientist in Physical Metallurgy, CONSTELLIUM

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Multiscale modeling of materials starting from the atomic scale

PAMSIM project: Massive parallelism in numerical simulation for mechanics
Ionel NISTOR, head of Simulation tools in mechanics, EDF

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Improve Understanding of Material Science using High Performance Computing
Elisabeth MASSONI, director of the Center for Material Forming, research center of MINES PARISTECH

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Accélération de calculs de simulations des matériaux sur GPU
François COURTEILLE, Solution Architect, NVIDIA

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La simulation des matériaux en milieu industriels: quelles perspectives?»
Table ronde animée par Gilles ZERAH, CEA

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