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SUCCES days 2016

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The GIS France Grilles and GRID’5000, the “Groupe Calcul” and the GDR RSD and the HPC regional centers organizes the “2016” edition of the French speacking SUCCES Days: scientific meeting of grid, cloud, storage  and mesocenters users.

SUCCES Days will take place in November 23-24th at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.

They will be webcasted.

The meeting’s objective is:
– scientific works, in all disciplines, realised with grid, cloud or mesocenters.
– evolution of tools, infrastructures and IT provides opportunities for users with the help of research in computer science.

2016 Succes days

France Grilles

The GIS France Grilles and GRID’5000, the “Groupe Calcul” and the GDR RSD and the HPC regional centers organizes SUCCES Days: scientific meeting of grid, cloud and mesocenters users.

SUCCES Days will take place in November 23-24th at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.

The meeting’s objective is:
– scientific works, in all disciplines, realised with grid, cloud or mesocenters.
– evolution of tools, infrastructures and IT provides opportunities for users with the help of research in computer science.

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SUCCES Days 2015

France Grilles

The GIS France Grilles and GRID’5000, the “Groupe Calcul” and the GDR ASR and the HPC regional centers organizes SUCCES Days: scientific meeting of grid, cloud and mesocenters users.

SUCCES Days will take place in November 5-6th at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.

The meeting’s objective is double :
– scientific works, in all disciplines, realised with grid, cloud or mesocenters.
– evolution of tools, infrastructures and IT provides opportunities for users .

The registration and the projected program are available here.

EGI Case studies 2015

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The new EGI Case Studies publication is available online.

Two french projects on that publication:

  • “Making sense of seismic noise” by Aurélien Mordret of the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, pages 6 and 7.
  • “3D liver maps using magnetic resonance imaging” by the team of Olivier Beuf, Benjamin Leporq et Franck Pilleul, pages 8 and 9.

Good reading!