You have a PhD in HPC and are interested by Deep Learning ? We have a very good opportunity for you! The Datamove (HPC) and Sequel (ML) teams have a join funding for a 24 month postdoc for working on deep reinforcement learning at scale. Job Offers
We have pending grant for a join PhD with CEA Saclay on Smart Data Analytics Workflows for High Performance Simulations. Looking for candidates before the 30th of April 2019.
Datamove is leading the WP on Ensemble Runs and Data Assimilation in the H2020 European project EoCoE-II (2019-2021), an Energy oriented Center of Excellence on HPC.
DataMove is leading the newly funded ANR project Energumen (2018-2022). Denis Trystram is the project PI.
DataMove is welcoming Francieli Zanon Boito. She is a researcher in high performance I/Os and will be working with us on I/O scheduling and optimization of data movements. She received the highly competitive Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual fellowship. Checkout her publications at Google Scholar.
Estelle Dirand just defended with success her PhD the 6th of November 2018. Congratulations! Estelle Dirand prepared her PhD in between the CEA with Laurent Colombet and Datamove with Bruno Raffin. Her worked focused on Task based approaches for in situ processing. Checkout her SC ASIA 2018 paper before her…
Valentin Reis, PhD student at Datamove, will defend his PhD on Friday 28th September, 2pm in the IMAG auditorium. His thesis, “learning to control large-scale parallel platforms”, deals with statistical approaches to parallel job scheduling in high performance computing. Valentin’s web page: https://freux.fr
Bruno Raffin is leading the Inria Integrated Lab on the convergence between HPC, Big Data and AI.
DataMove is happy to welcome Professor Alba Cristina Melo, From University of Brasilia, Brazil, for a 5 weeks stay in our team.
DataMove is looking for a highly motivated candidate for a PhD on Data Analytics and Assimilation for Large Scale Simulations. Candidates must apply before the1st of May 2018 directly on INRIA web site (apply button).