I am a permanent CEA computer scientist at Maison de la Simulation. My research focuses on programming models for high-performance computing. I am especially interested in the question of separation of concerns between the simulated domain specific aspects and optimization aspects.
I participate(d) in the following scientific committees:
Advised by Guillaume Latu, I worked on Gysela5D, a semi-Lagrangian gyrokinetic solver for plasma physics in the field of controlled fusion.
I focused on porting Gysela to the Blue Gene/Q architecture. I also worked to modularize the application by applying a software component approach similar to what I proposed during my Ph.D. Thesis.
Generic Support of Composition Operators in Software Component Models, Application to Scientific Computing
Advised by Christian Pérez, I proposed HLCM, a component assembly model in which new composition operators can be introduced. This model is especially well suited for High Performance Computing thanks to the minimum overhead it introduces and to the optimizations it enables. It has been validated with experiments on the Grid'5000 platform.