Section: Other Grants and Activities
The project-team is involved in seven ANR projects.
The first one, the ANR MEGAS, has been accepted in 2009. Its aims are to study several methods for numerical simulation, with an emphasis on sampling methods. It includes four research teams: the INRIA project IPSO in Rennes, the INRIA project SIMPAF in Lille, the eDAM team in Nancy (chemistry), and our team. The scientist in charge is Tony Lelièvre.
The second one (ANR “Calcul intensif et grilles de calcul” LN3M, scientist in charge F. Jollet, CEA-DAM) aims at developping new numerical methods and softwares for multiscale modeling of materials.
The third one (ANR “non thématique” ACCQUAREL, scientist in charge G. Turinici) includes teams from Dauphine, Paris VI and Cergy Universities) is focusing on relativistic quantum theory.
The fourth one concerns G. Turinici, leader of the Paris Dauphine team of the C-QUID ANR project (animated by J.M. Coron).
The fifth one is the ANR Parmat (scientist in charge Guy Bencteux (EDF)).
The sixth one (ANR “Calcul intensif et grilles de calcul” SIRE, scientist in charge Ph. Sautet, ENS Lyon) focuses on the simulation of chemical reactivity at the interfaces.
The seventh one is the ANR METHODE on Hydrological modeling (scientist in charge S. Cordier (Université d'Orléans)).
In addition, the team is participating in
the ARC Hybrid: this collaborative research action involves INRIA teams from Rennes (IPSO), Lille (SIMPAF), Sofia-Antiopolis (TOSCA) and our project-team. The purpose of the action is to study theoretical models and numerical methods mixing deterministic and stochastic aspects in the context of molecular simulation.
the Big MC project: the project is focused on the study of Monte-Carlo methods for high-dimensional problems, with typical applications in financial mathematics, Bayesian statistics, and computational statistical physics. Three nodes participate to this project: one research team at the Institut TELECOM, another one at CEREMADE, University Paris Dauphine, and the third one at University Paris Est (including two members of our team). The coordinator is Gersende Fort (TELECOM).
the GdR Quantum dynamics: This interdisciplinary research network is focused on physical and mathematical problems related to the time evolution of quantum systems (transport problems, nonequilibrium systems, etc).