Section: Dissemination
Teaching  Supervision  Juries
Teaching
We indicate below the number of hours spent in teaching activities on a yearly basis for each scientific staff member involved.


A. Esnard: System programming 36h, Computer architecture 40h, Network 23h at Bordeaux University.

M. Faverge: Programming environment 26h, Numerical algorithmic 30h, C projects 20h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

P. Ramet: System programming 24h, Databases 32h, Object programming 48h, Distributed programming 32h, Cryptography 32h at Bordeaux University.



E. Agullo: Operating systems 24h at Bordeaux University ; Dense linear algebra kernels 8h, Numerical algorithms 30h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

O. Coulaud: Paradigms for parallel computing 24h, Hierarchical methods 8h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

A. Esnard: Network management 27h, Network security 27h at Bordeaux University; Programming distributed applications 35h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

M. Faverge: System programming 74h, Load balancing and scheduling 13h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).
He is also in charge of the second year of Embedded Electronic Systems option at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

L. Giraud: Introduction to intensive computing and related programming tools 20h, INSA Toulouse; Introduction to high performance computing and applications 20h, ISAE; On mathematical tools for numerical simulations 10h, ENSEEIHT Toulouse; Parallel sparse linear algebra 11h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).

A. Guermouche: Network management 92h, Network security 64h, Operating system 24h at Bordeaux University.

P. Ramet: Load balancing and scheduling 13h, Numerical algorithms 30h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca). He also gives classes on Cryptography 30h, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

J. Roman: Parallel sparse linear algebra 10h, Algorithmic and parallel algorithms 22h at Bordeaux INP (ENSEIRBMatMeca).
He is also in charge of the last year “Parallel and Distributed Computing” option at ENSEIRBMatMeca which is specialized in HPC (methodologies and applications). This is a common training curriculum between Computer Science and MatMeca departments at Bordeaux INP and with Bordeaux University in the context of Computer Science Research Master. It provides a lot of welltrained internship students for Inria projects working on HPC and simulation.


Summer School: on an annual basis, we run a three day advanced training (lecture and hands on) on parallel linear algebra in the framework of the European PRACE PATC ( PRACE Advanced Training Centres) initiative. This training has been organized in many places in France and will be held next year in Ostrava  Czech Republic.
Supervision

PhD in progress : Pierre Blanchard; Fast hierarchical algorithms for the lowrank approximation of dense matrices and applications ; O. Coulaud, E. Darve.

PhD in progress : Nicolas Bouzat; Fine grain algorithms and deployment methods for exascale plasma physic applications ; M.Mehrenberger, J.Roman, G. Latu (CEA Cadarache).

PhD : JeanMarie Couteyen Carpaye; Contributions to the parallelization and the scalability of the FLUSEPA code; defended on September 19^{th}; P. Brenner, J. Roman.

PhD in progress : Arnaud Durocher; High performance Dislocation Dynamics simulations on heterogeneous computing platforms for the study of creep deformation mechanisms for nuclear applications; O. Coulaud, L. Dupuy (CEA).

PhD in progress : Aurélien Falco; Data sparse calculation in FEM/BEM solution; E. Agullo, L. Giraud, G. Sylvand.

PhD in progress : Cyril Fournier; Task based programming for unstructured mesh calculations; L. Giraud, G. Stafelbach.

PhD in progress : Grégoire Pichon; Utilisation de techniques de compression $\mathscr{H}$matrices pour solveur direct creux parallèle dans le cadre des applications FEM; L. Giraud, P. Ramet.

PhD in progress : Louis Poirel; Algebraic coarse space correction for parallel hybrid solvers; E. Agullo, L. Giraud.

PhD : Maria Predari; Load balancing for parallel coupled simulations; defended on December 9^{th}; A. Esnard, J. Roman.
Juries

Okba Hamitou, “Efficient preconditioning method for the CARPCG iterative solver for the solution of the frequency domain viscoelastic wave equation’’, referee: Jan S. Hesthaven, Luc Giraud; Université de Grenoble, spécialité: mathématiques appliquées, 22 Décembre 2016.

JeanCharles Papin, "A Scheduling and Partitioning Model for Stencilbased Applications on ManyCore Devices", referee JeanFrançois Méhaut, Olivier Coulaud; Université ParisSaclay pré́parée à l’École Normale Supérieure de Cachan spécialité: mathématiques appliquées, 8 Septembre 2016.