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Arcelor Mittal, new partner of Scilab Enterprises

Arcelor Mittal just became members of the Scilab Enterprises partnership club, the International Partnership Committee.

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Since May 2014, the international steel and mining company has partened with Scilab Enterprises and join CNES, Centrale Paris, l’Ecole Polytechnique, Enginsoft, l’INRIA and Klippel. 

Gérard Poirier, IPC President: "We are pleased to welcome Arcelor Mittal in IPC (Scilab International Partnership Committee). With this new partner, we will continue to reinforce the promotion of Scilab software and we will be able to better meet the needs of users by sharing skills and expertise."

The IPC aims to unite industrial and academic partners in a powerful international ecosystem to reinforce the resources implemented for the management of the community of contributors, the scientific animation, and the promotion of Scilab software. The IPC also aims to direct the works of SE teams to the needs of users.