Maison de la Simulation - DRF

Présentation du laboratoire

La Maison de la Simulation est un laboratoire regroupant cinq partenaires académiques (CEA, CNRS, INRIA, Université d'Orsay et Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin) qui a pour objectif d'accompagner, de soutenir et de stimuler les communautés scientifiques afin de tirer le meilleur parti des supercalculateurs. De tels supercalculateurs rendent possible des avancées dans les différents domaines scientifiques mais aussi contribuer à des avancées conséquentes en terme de compétitivité industrielle.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
Transport Properties of Li-TFSI Water-in-Salt Electrolytes Mathieu Salanne, Trinidad Méndez-Morales, Zhujie Li 12/12/2019 Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Statistical modeling of the gas–liquid interface using geometrical variables: Toward a unified description of the disperse and separated phase flows Drui Florence 01/11/2019 International Journal of Multiphase Flow
A New Electrolyte Formulation for Securing High Temperature Cycling and Storage Performances of Na-Ion Batteries Mathieu Salanne, Zhujie Li 01/11/2019 Advanced Energy Materials
A distributed and parallel asynchronous unite and conquer method to solve large scale non-Hermitian linear systems with multiple right-hand sides Serge G. Petiton, Xinzhe Wu 01/11/2019 Parallel Computing
Spin polaronics: Static and dynamic properties of spin polarons in La-doped CaMnO3 Anders Bergman 31/10/2019 Physical Review B
Efficient start-to-end 3D envelope modeling for two-stage laser wakefield acceleration experiments M. Lobet, J. Derouillat 25/10/2019 Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Small-scale kinematics of two-phase flows: Identifying relaxation processes in separated- A nd disperse-phase flow models Samuel Kokh, Florence Drui 10/10/2019 Journal of Fluid Mechanics
High-energy radiation and pair production by Coulomb processes in particle-in-cell simulations M. Lobet 01/10/2019 Physics of Plasmas
Study of a water-graphene capacitor with molecular density functional theory Mathieu Salanne, Daniel Borgis 28/09/2019 Journal of Chemical Physics
Influence of macroclumping on type II supernova light curves Edouard Audit 01/09/2019 Astronomy and Astrophysics
A Fully Bayesian Approach for Inferring Physical Properties with Credibility Intervals from Noisy Astronomical Data Maryvonne Gerin 01/09/2019 Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing, Evolution in Remote Sensing
Computing three-dimensional densities from force densities improves statistical efficiency Daniel Borgis 14/08/2019 Journal of Chemical Physics
A distributed and parallel unite and conquer method to solve sequences of non-Hermitian linear systems Serge G. Petiton, Xinzhe Wu 01/07/2019 Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Local estimates of Hölder exponents in turbulent vector fields P. Kestener 21/05/2019 Physical Review E
Filament flexibility enhances power transduction of F-actin bundles Jean Paul Ryckaert 14/05/2019 Journal of Chemical Physics
Optical properties of high-pressure fluid hydrogen across molecular dissociation Carlo Pierleoni 14/05/2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Thermo-compositional Diabatic Convection in the Atmospheres of Brown Dwarfs and in Earth's Atmosphere and Oceans P. Kestener, Maxime Stauffert, Pascal Tremblin, ... 10/05/2019 Astrophysical Journal
Benchmarking vdW-DF first-principles predictions against Coupled Electron–Ion Monte Carlo for high-pressure liquid hydrogen Carlo Pierleoni, Vitaly Gorelov 01/05/2019 Contributions to Plasma Physics
An Independent Analysis of the Spitzer/IRAC Phase Curves of WASP43 b Pascal Tremblin 01/05/2019 Astronomical Journal
A High-performance and Portable All-Mach Regime Flow Solver Code with Well-balanced Gravity. Application to Compressible Convection P. Kestener, Pascal Tremblin, Edouard Audit, ... 20/04/2019 Astrophysical Journal