Graduated in CFD, Thibaud Kloczko is a software engineer at Inria. He is involved in the development of the meta platform dtk that aims at speeding up life cycle of business codes into research teams and at sharing software components between teams from different scientific fields (such as medical and biological imaging, numerical simulation, geometry, linear algebra, computational neurology).

InriaHub Event at Sophia

Table of Content Summary Presentations Demos Summary The SED together with the Technological Development Committee of Sophia organized Wednesday, November 22, 2017 an event to discover the development and transfer projects of the Sophia Antipolis Mediterranean center. This event, open to all, was the occasion for cross-presentations between the different…

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Mode opératoire de l’AMDT

Depuis 2016, le centre de Sophia Antipolis a mis en place l’Action Mutuelle de Développement Technologique, appelée AMDT. Les principes de l’AMDT sont détaillés dans le document suivant: ADT_AMDT_brief.pdf ( pdf – 85 Ko ). Il s’agit en fait d’une ADT d’envergure dont le but est de développer des logiciels…

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Training Development and Transfer

During their thesis, PhD students are often asked to produce code in order to implement their theoretical developments. This production, made up of existing codes from previous work and / or third-party sources to which doctoral students add their contribution, generally suffers from several shortcomings: lack of software architecture (organization…

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dtk concept : creation and implementation

The credit of this post goes to Guillaume Cerutti from Virtual Plants project-team. A modular platform dealing with a given scientific domain is made of some key ingredients (see dtk-introduction post for more details): a set of abstract classes defining the interfaces for the data, the algorithms and the views…

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