At this beginning of year, our thoughts turn to our partners who allowed the development of our actions. We thank you for your confidence and address to you our Wishes of happiness and success for 2014.
All the team of Nuclétudes.
- Nucletudes will attend to the WAVES Conference WAVES 2013 in Tunis.
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The conference features a Technical Program dedicated to the latest developments and experimental observations related to radiation effects on electronic and photonic components as well as on devices and systems.
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Operational since September 2013, the new CLUSTER of Nucletudes (or HPC system)*, provides a high processing power capability.
The Nucletudes CLUSTER lies on two networks: one traditional for the administration tasks and a second one based on high performance optical fiber dedicated to scientific calculations (high bandwidth, low latency).
With its 256 cores, its 64 Go of RAM per node and a storage capacity of 18 To, this new “super computer” intended for scientific calculations makes it possible to process a very large volume of calculations.
The CLUSTER is composed of 16 calculation nodes, one storage node and one frontal node on which the engineers log in.
The peak performance of calculation is 4.66 teraflops (LINPACK index).
The storage area enables to carry out backup copies on tape.
Through this CLUSTER, Nucletudes has reached a computation capability level that copes with simulations modelling in a refined way extremely complex phenomena in electromagnetics (coupling) and thermomechanics (shocks).
This new investment shows that Nucletudes remains at the leading edge of the technologies required to fulfil its activities.
Nuclétudes se dote d’un nouveau cluster.
The “More Electric Aircraft” conference took place on 20-21 November in Bordeaux.
The topic of the Nucletudes and EADS-IW presentation was: “Reliability of electronic systems at aircraft level in natural radiation environment”.
The reliability of electronic systems at aircraft level in the natural radiation environment was presented. Disturbances caused by atmospheric neutrons were detailed. Solutions to cope with this problem were introduced as well as the future challenges.
Additional information can be found at (click on the picture) :
Since 1967, the National Congress of Numerical Analysis (CANUM) has made it possible to academics, researchers and industrialists concerned with the numerical analysis, to meet one another and share ideas, problems and information. The main goal of this congress is to give a progress report on the recent developments in the field of numerical analysis, more generally concerning applied mathematics. It also presents a wide range of topics, from the theoretical aspects to scientific computation…
On that occasion, Nuclétudes won the ‘poster’ award with the following topic:
Taking into account a current source term in the resolution of Maxwell-Vlasov equations by a Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method.
For the 16th edition of the International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility
Nuclétudes will present the following topic :
For more information : http://cem2012.esigelec.fr/
Nucletudes to the next AP/S-URSI 2012 symposium, in Chicago
For the next IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI National Radio Science Meeting
“A Rationale for Using Huygens Absorbing Boundary Conditions in Particle-in-Cell Codes”.