CAS PIFI Fellow Prof. Serge G. Petiton Visited Computer Network Information Center
2016 CAS PIFI (President's International Fellowship Initiative) Fellow Prof. Serge G. Petiton from University of Lille1 (USTL) visited Computer Network Information Center (CNIC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and made a presentation entitled Programming Paradigms and Languages For Extreme Scale Computing on April 26, 2016.
Prof. Serge G. Petiton is P.I. of several international projects with Japan, Venezuela and Germany. Since 2012, Prof. Serge G. Petiton has a half-time CNRS senior research position at the “Maison de la Simulation” in Saclay. Prof. Serge G. Petiton has advised more than 22 Ph.D students and authored more than 100 international journal and conference articles. His main research interests include “Parallel and Distributed Computing”, “Post-Petascale Auto/smart-tuned Dense and Sparse Linear Algebra” and “Language and Programming Paradigm for Extreme Modern Scientific Computing”; targeting especially geoscience and big data applications.
Prof. Serge G. Petiton is Member of SIAM, ACM, IEEE, the YALE club of France and the Ivy Plus European leaders club.
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