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algotechinformatique   Created in January 1999, Algo Tech Informatique (​) develops a range of software dedicated to electricity for professionals in industrial and service sectors. It deals with drawing and design wiring diagrams, recognize paper schemas and simulate electrical wirings. The ELCI project will allow Algo Tech Informatique to provide a new way to tackle electromagnetism problems. Thanks to a software platform that allows the definition of electrical systems and the simulation of electromagnetic effects, Algo Tech Informatique aims to provide innovative solutions for designers of electric material.


bull-cmjn-negatif-200x1203   Bull ( is the Atos (  brand for its technology products and software, which are today distributed in over 50 countries worldwide. With a rich heritage of over 80 years of technological innovation, 2,000 patents and a 700 strong R&D team supported by the Atos Scientific Community, it offers products and value-added software to assist clients in their digital transformation, specifically in the areas of Big Data and cyber security.

Bull is the European leader in High Performance Computing (HPC) and its products include bullx, the energy-efficient supercomputer that is based on a system patented by the company; bullion, one of the most powerful x86 servers in the world developed to meet the challenges of Big Data; Evidian, the software security solutions for identity and access management; Trustway, the hardware security module (HSM), and Hoox, the ultra-secure smartphone.


cea_gb_logotype   The CEA is the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives). It is a public body established in October 1945 by General de Gaulle. A leader in research, development and innovation, the CEA mission statement has two main objectives: To become the leading technological research organization in Europe and to ensure that the nuclear deterrent remains effective in the future.

cenaero_logo   Cenaero is an applied research center that provides companies involved in a technology innovation process high fidelity numerical simulation methods and tools to invent and design more competitive products. Mainly active in Aeronautics, Cenaero wishes to increase the transfer and the application of its technology to surface transport, energy, health and sustainable  . Cenaero operates a top supercomputing infrastructure, included in the world’s 500 most powerful systems, and experimental facilities in composite manufacturing and prototyping. In the ELCI project framework, Cenaero is involved in SP2 and SP4. In the framework of SP2, Cenaero’s work is devoted to the development of co-and-post-processing tools for high-order simulations as well as mesh adaption. In the framework of SP4, Cenaero will apply the methodologies and tools developed in SP2 on a challenging configuration suggested by Safran namely the CREATE compressor.


logo_cerfacs   CERFACS ( is a fundamental and applied research center, whose specificities are modeling and numerical simulation. Thanks to its tools and knowledge of High Performance Computing, CERFACS deals with big scientific and technical problems of public and industrial research. CERFACS hosts interdisciplinary researchers such as physicians, applied mathematicians, numerical analysts, software engineers who conceive and develop innovative methods and software solutions. These are key for the needs of the aeronautic, spatial, climate, energy and environmental fields. CERFACS is a part of major national and international projects and is strongly interacting with its seven associates: Airbus Group, CNES, EDF, Météo France, Onera, Safran and TOTAL. In addition, it is also associated with partners like CNRS (Unité de recherche associée), Irit (common laboratory), CEA and India (cooperation agreements). Cerfacs is involved in SP2 and SP4 of ELCI.


coria1   CORIA ( is a joint laboratory of CNRS, the University of Rouen, and INSA of Rouen. INSA is a French “Grande Ecole” that is part of the INSA engineering-school network. Its primary mission is to provide excellence in scientific research and development, and to maintain strong links with industry. CORIA-CNRS is a Mechanical Engineering Lab (185 people) fully devoted to reacting flows. The CORIA team addresses three main topics: Combustion (Gas phase combustion, Two-phase combustion, Modelling and simulation of reacting flows), Plasmas, Two-Phase Flows, and Turbulence: Transport Processes and Control, Atmospheric Pollution, Emissions and Impacts and Electromagnetism, Optics, Optoelectronics. The combustion group (30 people) has cumulated a strong expertise in the analysis of turbulent reacting flows, using both optical diagnostics and CFD tools (DNS, LES, and RANS). This group has a long lasting expertise in the development of CFD tools for High-Performance Computing (HPC).


inria_en_cmjn1   Inria, the French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics, promotes scientific excellence for technology transfer and society.
Inria is composed of research teams working on different sites. The following teams are involved in ELCI:
-       Avalon (Lyon)
-       Cardamom (Bordeaux)
-       Myriads (Rennes)
-       Realopt (Bordeaux)
-       Roma (Lyon)
-       Storm (Bordeaux)
-       Tadaam (Bordeaux)
The research domains covered by Inria in ELCI are: runtime systems, programming models, meshes, scheduling and resource management, energy, resilience.


kitwarelogo   Kitware creates and supports leading edge, high quality software in the fields of computer vision, medical imaging, visualization, 3D data publishing, and technical software development. Kitware employs an open source development model to foster extended, collaborative communities, and an open source business model to provide flexible, low-cost technical solutions. The Company’s services and products include technology integration, algorithm development, software support, consulting, custom application development, and training and productivity tools mainly for open-source software systems (VTK, ITK, ParaView, CMake, 3DSlicer, OpenCV).
In the context of ELCI, Kitware will improve and implement open-source in-situ visualization tools such as Catalyst, a companion tool for ParaView.


logo-onera-ident   Onera is the National Research Institute for aerospace in France. Onera contributes to aerospace techniques through its fundamental research which complements that carried out in university laboratories, through its applied research supporting long and medium term projects, and by direct assistance to industry. Onera has set up four major scientific branches: Fluid mechanics and Energetics, Physics, Materials and Structures, Information Technology and Systems.
The CFD department focuses on the development of accurate, robust, efficient methods and software packages for aerodynamics, energetics and accurate aeroacoustics that enable aerospace industry players to predict and optimize the performance of airplanes, helicopters, turbomachinery, launch vehicles and missiles.
The elsA software for complex external and internal flow simulations and the Cedre software for multidisciplinary applications are largely used both. Recently Onera has started the development of a High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) solver called Aghora.
In the ELCI project, Onera is involved in SP2, as Leader, in SP3 and SP4. In SP2 Onera will develop advanced modules for pre-, co- and post-treatment of the HO-DG method which will be validated in SP4 using industrial type test cases. In SP3 Onera will assess, in cooperation with UVSQ, tools for efficiency analysis on HPC. 


safran1   Safran ( a leading international high-technology group with three core businesses: Aerospace, Defense and Security. Operating worldwide, the Group has over 70,000 employees and generated sales of 17.4 billion euros in 2015. The Group invests in Research & Development to meet the requirements of changing markets, including expenditures of over 2 billion euros in 2015. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets.

Safran develops, produces and sells engines and propulsion systems for civil and military fixed and rotary-wing aircraft, as well as a wide range of aircraft equipment. Safran is also a leader in the space industry. It produces the Ariane 5* launcher and is developing Ariane 6* and makes a variety of systems and equipment for launchers and satellites.

*Through Airbus Safran Launchers, its 50/50 joint company with Airbus Group.

Operating in the optronic, inertial guidance, electronics and safety-critical software markets, Safran offers today’s armed forces a complete range of optronic, navigation and optical systems and equipment for use in the air, on land and at sea.

As a pioneer in identification and detection systems, and a major player in smart cards and e-documents, Safran offers state-of-the-art solutions to meet the evolving security requirements of individuals, businesses and governments.

The Safran Tech Research & Technology center, located in the Paris suburb of Saclay, France’s leading science and technology cluster, gathers nearly 300 researchers from many different horizons. Safran Tech fosters the emergence of disruptive technologies in key disciplines underpinning Safran’s businesses, including advanced materials, digital solutions, more-electric aircraft and new propulsion architectures. 



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