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Section: Dissemination

Teaching - Supervision - Juries


  • Master: Denis Trystram is responsible of the first year (M1) of the international Master of Science in Informatics at Grenoble (MOSIG-M1). 200 hours per year in average.

  • Master: Fanny Dufossé. 30 hours per year. Combinatorial scientific computing in Master at ENS Lyon and Algorithmic in Licence at Grenoble INP.

  • Master: Pierre-François Dutot. 226 hours per year. Licence (first and second year) at IUT2/UPMF (Institut Universitaire Technologique de Univ. Grenoble-Alpes) and 9 hours Master M2R-ISC Informatique-Systèmes-Communication at Univ. Grenoble-Alpes.

  • Master: Grégory Mounié. 242 hours per year. Master (M1/2nd year and M2/3rd year) at Engineering school ENSIMAG, Grenoble-INP.

  • Master: Bruno Raffin. 28 hours per year. Parallel System. International Master of Science in Informatics at Grenoble (MOSIG-M2).

  • Master: Olivier Richard is responsible of the third year of the computer science department of Grenoble INP. 222 hours per year. Master at Engineering school Polytech-Grenoble, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes.

  • Master: Frédéric Wagner. 220 hours per year. Engineering school ENSIMAG, Grenoble-INP (M1/2nd year and M2/3rd year).

  • Master: Yves Denneulin. 192 hours per year. Engineering school ENSIMAG, Grenoble-INP (M1/2nd year and M2/3rd year).


  • PhD: Estelle Dirand, Integration of High-Performance Data Analytics and IOs for Molecular Dynamics on Exascale Computer, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes. November 2018. Bruno Raffin and Laurent Colombet (CEA).

  • PhD: Valentin Reis, Learning to Control Large-Scale Parallel Platforms, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes. October 2018. Advisers: Denis Trystram and Eric Gaussier

  • PhD in progress: Michael Mercier, Resource Management and Job Scheduling in HPC–Cloud environments towards the Big Data era, Univ. Grenoble Alpes. Started October 2016. Advisers: Olivier Richard and Bruno Raffin.

  • PhD in progress: Alessandro Kraemer, Scheduling in the Cloud, Univ Grenoble-Alpes and UFPR (co-tutelle). Started October 2014. Advisers: Olivier Richard and Denis Trystram.

  • PhD in progress: Mohammed Khatiri, Tasks scheduling on heterogeneous Multicore, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes and University Mohammed First (co-tutelle), Advisers: Denis Trystram, El Mostafa DAOUDI (University Mohammed First, Oujda, Morocco)

  • PhD in progress: Adrien Faure, Scheduling with Resource Augmentation, Advisers: Denis Trystram

  • PhD in progress: Clément Mommessin, Scheduling on heterogeneous platforms, Advisers: Denis Trystram

  • PhD in progress: Loris Felardos, Deep Learning for the Analytics of Molecular Systems, Advisers: Bruno Raffin, Guillaume Charpiat (Inria team Tau), Jérome Hénin (IBPC).

  • PhD in Progress: Salah Zrigui, Learning Scheduling Strategies, Advisers: Denis Trystram and Fanny Dufossé.


  • PhD Defense of Jonathan Sarton, Visualisations interactives haute-performance de donnes volumiques massives : une approche out-of-core multi-resolution basee GPUs, 28 Novembre 2018, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne. Reviewer

  • PhD Defense of Adrian Perez Dieguez, Parallel Prefix Operations on Heterogeneous Platforms, December 2018, Universidad da Coruna. Reviewer.

  • PhD Defense of Khalil Labidi, Parallelisation of hybrid metaheuristics for COP solving, 20 septembre 2018, Université de Tunis et Université Paris-Dauphine. President

  • PhD Defense of Stéphane Durand, Contrôle distribué et théorie des jeux : application aux systèmes auto-optimisants, 13 décembre 2018, Univ Grenoble Alpes. President

  • HDR Defense of Samuel Thibault, 13 décembre 2018, University Bordeaux I. Reviewer