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Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize 2012 launched

Posted on 24 January 2012 by Pierre Picard

Are you an academic or a researcher?

Are you passionate about computer simulation?

Are you hungry for new challenges?

So what are you waiting for? Sign up to enter the Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize, which recognizes an individual researcher or research team for their work on application parallelization for computer simulation.

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Major prizes to be won

  • First prize of €15,000
  • Other prizes consisting of dedicated machine time on GENCI (Grand Equipement National de Calcul Intensif – the French national supercomputing organization) supercomputers
  • Each prize is awarded either to a research team or an individual researcher.

Deadline for submissions: 27 April 2012

The Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize 2012 is awarded in association with GENCI, a key player in actively encouraging the use of intensive computing in research in France and in Europe, and ServiWare, a Bull Group company and major player in implementing supercomputing systems.

Previous first prize winners of the Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize

2009: Luigi Genovese – ESRF (European Synchroton Radiation Facility)
2010: Dimitri Komatitsch – University of Pau and Inria
2011: Julien Bohbot – IFP Energies Nouvelles

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