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Institut du développement et des ressources en informatique scientifique

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IDRIS is a centre of excellence in intensive numerical computing and the processing of large amounts of scientific data, serving all disciplines of science. It is the CNRS national centre for high-performance computing and numerical simulation. On behalf of civil society GENCI (Grand équipement national de calcul intensif), it provides about a thousand researchers and engineers from the scientific community in all its disciplines with some of the most powerful intensive computing resources available, as well as the services and expertise associated with them.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Transport and losses of fusion-born alpha particles in the presence of tearing modes using the new Toroidal Accelerated P article Simulator (TAPaS) Rémi Lacroix, Stanislas Touzet 04/01/22 Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Singular Interface Dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant Explained with Contact Perturbation Analysis Thibaut Véry 01/01/22 Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling
Chapter 4: Electron and Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Polarizable Embedding Karim Hasnaoui 01/01/22 RSC Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Series
Ion Pair Supramolecular Structure Identified by ATR-FTIR Spectroscopy and Simulations in Explicit Solvent** Thibaut Véry 12/03/21 ChemPhysChem
High performance computing of stiff bubble collapse on CPU-GPU heterogeneous platform Remy Dubois 10/01/21 Computers and Mathematics with Applications
Reliability and performances of real-time time-dependent auxiliary density functional theory Karim Hasnaoui 09/01/21 Theoretical Chemistry Accounts
Tinker-HP: Accelerating Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Large Complex Systems with Advanced Point Dipole Polarizable Force Fields Using GPUs and Multi-GPU Systems Thibaut Véry, Isabelle Dupays 04/13/21 Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation
The physical stage of radiolysis of solvated DNA by high-energy-transfer particles: Insights from new first principles simulations Karim Hasnaoui 04/21/20 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
First-Principles Simulations of Biological Molecules Subjected to Ionizing Radiation Karim Hasnaoui 04/20/20 Annual Review of Physical Chemistry
New Coarse Corrections for Optimized Restricted Additive Schwarz Using PETSc Serge Van Criekingen 01/01/20 Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering
Smilei: A collaborative, open-source, multi-purpose particle-in-cell code for plasma simulation M. Flé 01/01/18 Computer Physics Communications
Testing the new stochastic neutronic code ANET in simulating safety important parameters J. Maillard 05/01/17 Annals of Nuclear Energy
Ab initio reappraisal of the dislocation-associated stacking faults in hcp titanium: a new dissociation mechanism L. Liang 01/02/17 Philosophical Magazine Letters
Can R&E federations trust Research Infrastructures? - The “Snctfi” Trust Framework Vincent Ribaillier 01/01/17 Proceedings of Science
Synchronized navigation and comparative analyses across Ensembl complete bacterial genomes with INSYGHT Sylvie Thérond, Marc Rugeri 04/01/16 Bioinformatics
E-Biothon: An experimental platform for bioinformatics Sylvie Thérond 12/15/15 CSIT 2015 - 10th International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies
Investigating the breeding capabilities of hybrid soliton reactors J. Maillard 01/01/13 Nuclear Engineering and Design
Building a dynamic code to simulate new reactor concepts J. Maillard 05/01/12 Nuclear Engineering and Design
DEISA-Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications Denis Girou 06/01/11 Journal of Grid Computing
Application oriented DEISA infrastructure services Denis Girou 01/01/10 Advances in Parallel Computing

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)