Team Alice

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Section: Other Grants and Activities

Regional initiatives

MIS CPER program (Modeling, Interaction and Simulation, “Contrat de Plan État-Région Lorraine”)

Participants : Luc Buatois, Matthieu Chavent, Bruno Lévy, Thomas Viard.

In the frame of the MIS program (Modeling, Interaction and Simulation) of the CPER (“Contrat de Plan État-Région Lorraine”), we coordinate the MOVIS action, with participants from ALICE, ScalableGraphics , ORPAILLEUR, and Gocad . The goal of this action is to design new algorithms for modeling and visualizing both industrial and manufactured objects. In 2007, about visualization aspects, we developed algorithms for visualizing molecular surfaces, industrial structures [Oops!] , detailed objects [Oops!] . About modeling aspects, we developed algorithms to efficiently solve linear systems on GPUs [Oops!] .

AOC CPER program (“Contrat de Plan État-Région Lorraine”)

Participants : Olivier Génevaux, Bruno Lévy, Nicolas Ray, Bruno Vallet.

In the frame of the AOC program (Analysis, Optimization and Control) of the CPER (“Contrat de Plan État-Région Lorraine”), we participate to the “swimmer” action, coordinated by Marius Tucsnak (CORIDA project-team). The goal of this action is to simulate and visualize the complex fluid-solid interactions caused by a swimming fish. In 2007, we designed a new software library for extending MATLAB. This software library, currently under development, will allow the user to easily implement finite element solvers for coupled fluid-solid dynamics. Our final goal is to test the validity of our approach by implementing a 3D Navier-Stokes solver with solid-fluid interactions.


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