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Section: Other Grants and Activities

European Actions

EPSRC travel grant with King's College London and the University of Liverpool

Participant : Ralf Klasing.

Travel grant, 2006-2008, on "Models and Algorithms for Scale-Free Structures", in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science, King's College London, and the Department of Computer Science, the University of Liverpool. Funded by the EPSRC. Main investigators on the UK side: Colin Cooper (King's College London) and Michele Zito (University of Liverpool). Ralf Klasing is the principal investigator on the French side.

European COST 293 Graal

Participant : Ralf Klasing.

European COST Action: "COST 293, Graal", 2004-2008. The main objective of this COST action is to elaborate global and solid advances in the design of communication networks by letting experts and researchers with strong mathematical background meet peers specialized in communication networks, and share their mutual experience by forming a multidisciplinary scientific cooperation community. This action has more than 25 academic and 4 industrial partners from 18 European countries. ( ).

European Cost 295 DYNAMO

Participants : Cyril Gavoille, David Ilcinkas, Ralf Klasing.

The COST 295 is an action of the European COST program (European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research) inside of the Telecommunications, Information Science and Technology domain (TIST). The acronym of the COST 295 Action, is DYNAMO and stands for "Dynamic Communication Networks". The COST295 Action is motivated by the need to supply a convincing theoretical framework for the analysis and control of all modern large networks induced by the interactions between decentralized and evolving computing entities, characterized by their inherently dynamic nature. ( )

European COST Action ComplexHPC (2009-2012)

Participants : Olivier Beaumont, Nicolas Bonichon, Lionel Eyraud-Dubois.

The goal of ComplexHPC is to coordinate European groups working on the use of heterogeneous and hierarchical systems for HPC as well as the development of collaborative activities among the involved research groups, to tackle the problem at every level (from cores to large-scale environments) and to provide new integrated solutions for large-scale computing for future platforms (see ).


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