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2010

ScilabTEC - 16 June 2010

Technical workshops

Xcos, tool for block-diagrams modeling and simulation
Clément David and Yann Collette, The Scilab Consortium
Management of GPU programming with Scilab
Sylvestre Ledru, The Scilab Consortium and Pierre Fiorini, HPC Project
Hybrid Computing Solutions for Scientists
Shanker Trivedi, NVIDIA
Contribute to Scilab
Calixte Denizet, Scilab contributor, Louis de Magnitot and Sylvestre Ledru, The Scilab Consortium
Scilab 6, HPC ready
Vincent Couvert and Bruno Jofret, The Scilab Consortium

Plenary conferences

Keynote - Open Source and Traditional Technical Computing
Alan Edelman, MIT
Integrating Data Acquisition and Instrument Control to Your Scilab Scripts
Darcy Dement, National Instruments
Parallel and Distributed Scilab Simulations with ProActive Parallel Suite
Denis Caromel and Fabien Viale, INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée-UNSA/CNRS
The contributions of the ANR/OMD project to the optimization field: a Scilab implementation decoupling the optimizers from the simulators
Rodolphe Le Riche, École Nationale des Mines de Saint-Étienne
Tools of post-treatment from aeroacoustic data with RIFIFI software
Yves Corvez and Alexandre de Rosso, PSA Peugeot Citroën
Use of Scilab to generate compact thermal model based on Zth matrix to speed up thermal simulation
Patrick Dubus, VALEO
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