Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
Members of Dyogene participate in Research Group GeoSto (Groupement de recherche, GdR 3477) http://gdr-geostoch.math.cnrs.fr/ on Stochastic Geometry led by Pierre Calka [Université de Rouen]. This is a collaboration framework for all French research teams working in the domain of spatial stochastic modeling, both on theory development and in applications.
Members of Dyogene participate in GdR-IM (Informatique-Mathématiques), https://www.gdr-im.fr/, working groups ALEA and SDA2 (Systèmes dynamiques, Automates et Algorithmique).
Members of Dyogene participate in GdR-RO (Recherche Opérationelle; GdR CNRS 3002), http://gdrro.lip6.fr/, working group COSMOS (Stochastic optimization and control, modeling and simulation), lead by A. Busic and E. Hyon (LIP 6); http://gdrro.lip6.fr/?q=node/78
Gaspard Monge Program for Optimization and Operations Research project Decentralized control for renewable integration in smart-grids (2015-17). PI: A. Busic.
Markovian Modeling Tools and Environments - coordinator: Alain Jean-Marie (Inria Maestro); local coordinator (for partner Inria Paris-Rocquencourt): A. Bušić; Started: January 2013; Duration: 48 months; partners: Inria Paris-Rocquencourt (EPI DYOGENE), Inria Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée (EPI MAESTRO), Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes (EPI MESCAL), Université Versaillese-St Quentin, Telecom SudParis, Université Paris-Est Creteil, Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
The aim of the project is to realize a modeling environment dedicated to Markov models. One part will develop the Perfect Simulation techniques, which allow to sample from the stationary distribution of the process. A second one will develop parallelization techniques for Monte Carlo simulation. A third one will develop numerical computation techniques for a wide class of Markov models. All these developments will be integrated into a programming environment allowing the specification of models and their solution strategy. Several applications will be studied in various scientific disciplines: physics, biology, economics, network engineering.