Resources

Collaborative space and facilities

Designed to foster collaborations, the institute boasts informal meeting spaces, state-of-the-art A/V capabilities and an immersive visualisation room. The institute offices and meeting rooms are located on the Campus Pierre et Marie Curie (Jussieu), hall 33-34, 2nd floor, right behind the tall Zamanski building.

Small A/V room - 204

This room is more conductive to small group discussion and is often used for videoconferencing

Visualisation studio - 203

This room is mainly dedicated to scientific visualisation activities

Medium meeting room – 202

This room hold up to 12 people and it is equiped with a blackboard. A video projector is available upon request

Check the planning to see if the room you intend to book is free and make the online reservation by filling the form.

By making a reservation, the requester acknowledges the Policy and Regulations attached to the reservation of the ISCD’s meeting rooms.

HPC and software resources

  • HP-CAVe a high performance computing (HPC) platform hosted by Sorbonne Université.
  • Tinker HP a free molecular dynamics software package developed by Prof. Piquemal’s group at LCT-ISCD. It solves multiscale simulations of large complex systems with advanced polarizable force fields on parallel computers;
  • Basilisk a free software developed by Stephane Popinet et al. at D’Alembert laboratory (SU), for the solution of partial differential equations on adaptive Cartesian meshes;
  • MMG Mesh Adaptation an open source software for simplicial remeshing and mesh adaptation. An open-source consortium project is ensuring that Mmg remains a non-competitive and multidisciplinary tool as well as a research framework;
  • ISCD Toolbox Repository provides a collection of open-source finite element solvers for solving Partial Differential Equations on unstructured meshes (fluid mechanics, elasticity, shape optimization, transport).

Reference documents

The imagination of physicists has produced quantum mechanics to explain the infinitely small. A theory that has profoundly transformed mathematics. Laure Saint-Raymond illuminates the invention of these new and fertile tools, their beauty and their usefulness. Follow this link to download the paper (in french).
Artificial intelligence and data sciences are profoundly transforming health care. Atos and Sorbonne Université have described their common view on this emerging field in a booklet on precision medicine.

Follow this link to download the report in PDF (in french).

The French Health law project “Ma santé 2022” including the creation of the Health Data Hub and the “Espace Numérique de Santé” (ENS), e-health personal space, has been adopted by the National Assembly on March 16th 2019. The Health Data Hub represents a strategic tool to serve innovation and promote Artificial Intelligence in the health sector.

Follow this link to download the report in PDF (in french).

French national AI strategy is largely based on recommendations from the report “For a meaningful artificial intelligence: towards a French and European strategy”, released in March 2018. The report is the result of a six-month mission by Cédric Villani — French mathematician, Fields Medal winner and Member of Parliament — and his team.

Follow this link to download the report in PDF (in french).

This note sets out to detail what big data analysis is and presents the possible uses of these technologies, whether it is to make management more efficient, improve services rendered or prevent phenomena. harmful (epidemics, crime, etc.). It sets out the main difficulties associated with these uses: guaranteeing confidentiality and respect for privacy. Finally, it shows how different countries and companies have already invested in this sector.

Follow this link to download the report (in french).

The National Research Agency (ANR) notebooks explore thematic issues transversal to the various calls for projects of the Agency. They put into perspective the research, innovations and technological advances in progress in a specific field and offer a synthetic presentation of projects funded by the ANR, in order to deepen knowledge in this field.

Follow this link to download the report (in french) about High Performance Computing.