Thibaud Kloczko

Author's details

Name: Thibaud Kloczko
Date registered: 4 October 2013


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).

Latest posts

  1. DreamTech : project management using GitFlow — 2016/11/25
  2. dtkTraces – simulation platform — 2016/11/10
  3. A bridge between CgalMesh and dtk — 2016/10/09
  4. Enforce c++11 flags using cmake — 2016/06/30
  5. Écrivez vos posts avec Markdown — 2016/06/15

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Nov 25

DreamTech : project management using GitFlow

Summary Git is a very powerful tool providing a very efficient branching system. However, using git is not straightforward and when one wants to carry out an efficient workflow to manage a project, it is necessary to use several complex commands so that nobody is able to follow the workflow. This Dreamtech aims at presenting …

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Nov 10

dtkTraces – simulation platform

On the occasion of the final evaluation of the IPL C2S@Exa, we presented the work of Trisan Cabel that was carried out during the Simon ADT. The presentation is available here. Cheers, Thibaud.

Oct 09

A bridge between CgalMesh and dtk

CgalMesh for dtk is the name of an Action de Développement Technologique, aka ADT, that aims at simplifying the use of the Cgal Mesh features so that Inria researchers and engineers can handle them in a quite fast and easy way. After six months, it appears that using Cgal Mesh features in a runtime fashion …

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Jun 30

Enforce c++11 flags using cmake

Since CMake 3.2, it is possible to enforce in very simple way the use of c++11 features (see Craig Scott’s blog post for more details). Until now in dtk, we had to test the architecture (Apple, Unix or Windows), then check whether the compiler provides c++11 support or not and eventually set dedicated flags manually.

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Jun 15

Écrivez vos posts avec Markdown

Suite à l’installation par l’équipe SEISM d’un plugin Markdown (merci à eux), nous pourront désormais écrire nos blog-posts en utilisant la syntaxe Markdown. En pratique pour activer le mode markdown, il vous suffit d’encadrer le contenu de votre post entre les balises [ md] et [ /md]. Après une première utilisation rapide, j’ai pu détecter …

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Jun 02

OpenMP 4.5 SIMD

OpenMP 4.5 provides a standardised set to carry out loop vectorization. One can use simd directive to indicate that a loop should be SIMDized. As using these features should not bring too many modifications in a code and offer performance gains, we decided to test them on two real relevant cases. The code is available …

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Mar 15

Protected: InriaHub Avril 2016

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Nov 10

Using dtk within Fortran code and outlook

In the context of the ADT Simon related to the Inria Project Lab (IPL) C2S@Exa dealing with High Performance Computations (HPC), a lot of efforts were made by the dtk team to develop both API and efficient back-ends for parallel sparse linear algebra. Simultaneously, Tristan Cabel modified the Fortran code TRACES from the Andra Institute …

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Jun 26

dtk platforms

Today, several software engineering projects are being developed using dtk architecture (see former post) leading to specific platforms dedicated to very different scientific fields: num3sis, axel, medinria, carbonquant, enas, in@lgae, pib, windpos, sup, fsd3d++. Here follows a brief description of scientific goals for each of them.

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Apr 21

DreamTech : dtk distributed

Dans le cadre des DreamTech du SED, on se propose de faire une présentation un peu poussée du layer distributed de dtk qui commence à arriver à maturité. Le 1er opus de cette présentation aura lieu mercredi prochain (29 avril) de 10 à 11h30 en salle Khan 01. Nous passerons en revue l’architecture de cette …

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