Profile:  World’s 5th ranked publicly traded integrated international oil company. Total has operations in 130+ countries, 100,000 employees, €189,5 Billion 2013 net income.

Research and development (R&D) is an integral part of the company strategy which enables to match its services to energy and environmental challenges, in particular in the domain of the Earth Science  (Seismic, Reservoir Modelling, …).

Contribution to HPC: strong application demonstration partner to test and optimize robust and scalable numerical software.

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Philippe RICOUX


Profile: the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe is an international non-profit association with seat in Brussels. It has 21 member countries representing European governments and organizations.

PRACE enables world-class scientific discovery and engineering for academia and industry by providing access to high performance computing, data management, storage resources and services. The rigorous access process targets high impact projects to enhance European competitiveness for the benefit of society.

Contribution to HPC: created a pan-European Research Infrastructure (RI) that provides leading High Performance Computing (HPC) resources. PRACE has an extensive pan-European education and training effort devoted to help users and to prepare next generation of scientists and engineers.

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