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Professor Position in High Performance Scientific Computing for PDEs

The Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory hires from September 1st 2021 a Professor in High Performance Scientific Computing for PDEs. The full job description can be found here.

Applied Inverse Problems Conference 2019

The Applied Inverse Problems (AIP) Conference 2019 has gathered more than 700 participants in Grenoble. It was the 10th edition of a series organized by the Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA) every two years.

Ludovic Métivier was awarded the CNRS bronze medal

Ludovic Métivier has been awarded the CNRS bronze medal for his innovating interdisciplinary work carried out between the LJK and ISTerre.

Daniel Onofrei is visiting us

Daniel Onofrei (University of Houston, USA) is visiting us from May 15 to July 15.

He is a specialist in imaging, wave control and multiscale analysis.
He will also take part in the Workshop “Localization, Control and Wave Inversion I” on July 5.

You can find him in office 175.

Inverse Problems in Plasmonics, Poincaré-Neumann Operators

This workshop seeks to bring together physicists and mathematicians working on properties of Neumann-Poincaré operator and related applications in optics, to promote exchange of ideas and present recent developments on the issue.

More information :

MPARME: A joint ANR (Grenoble) – FNS (ETH Zurich) project on multi-resolution particle methods for two-phase flows

In multi-phase flows the interactions between phases further increase the already stringent requirements on methods and software capabilities for flow simulations.
The computational elements have to resolve a multitude of scales, handle the physics imposed by the different phases and capture their interfaces.
By their adaptivity, accuracy and robustness, particle methods provide desirable methods to address these issues.
In this project we will develop multi-resolution semi-largrangian particle methods and software that can harness the capabilities of supercomputing architectures to simulate multi-phase flows. We will also consider hybrid strategies where different computational blocks and algorithms are distributed to heterogeneous hardware (CPU/GPU) to optimize the parallel scalability of the software.

Turbulent flow

Turbulent flow



Fernando Guevara Vasquez is visiting us

Fernando Guevara Vasquez, Assistant Professor at University of Utah, is visiting us for the whole academic year.

His reasearch deals with inverse problems and in particular cloacking. However he did not manage to cloack himself and you can easily meet him in the laboratory. We added him to the Faculty list of the team, taking into account the very precise FAQ of his web page 😉

JEARA: PDE days of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region

Every year PDE people from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region gather for two days.

In 2017 they will gather at the ENS in Lyon on October 19th and 20th.

The full programme can be found on the JEARA web page:

Ludovic Métivier defends his Habilitation

Today Ludovic Métivier defends his Habilitation entitled “Development of numerical methods for seismic imaging using the full waveform”.

You can find the summary and jury members following this link:

New book: Complex fluids: Modeling and Algorithms

Pierre Saramito, Complex fluids: Modeling and Algorithms, Springer, 2016

This book presents a comprehensive overview of the modeling of complex fluids, including many common substances, such as toothpaste, hair gel, mayonnaise, liquid foam, cement and blood, which cannot be described by Navier-Stokes equations. It also offers an up-to-date mathematical and numerical analysis of the corresponding equations, as well as several practical numerical algorithms and software solutions for the approximation of the solutions. It discusses industrial (molten plastics, forming process), geophysical (mud flows, volcanic lava, glaciers and snow avalanches), and biological (blood flows, tissues) modeling applications. This book is a valuable resource for undergraduate students and researchers in applied mathematics, mechanical engineering and physics.