Permanent members

David Rey

David Rey is, as of 2007, head of a research engineer team dedicated to scientific software development and experimentation at INRIA. Formerly (2003-2007), as a regular research engineer in the same team, he proposed his expertise in the field of multi-image analysis and visualization, numerical simulation and generic scientific modeling. Before joining INRIA, he has been an R&D engineer for a year, working for QuantifiCare S.A. in the field of medical image analysis with regards to pharmaceutical industry. He received his PhD in Biomedical image analysis and Multiple Sclerosis from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis and a French engineer diploma in the field of scientific computation and modeling.

Jean-Luc Szpyrka

Jean-Luc Szpyrka works at Inria since 1990. He started as a realtime software developper in a computer vision team (Robotvis) for several years. he moved to the CS team, doing a lot of sysdamin, mainly unix/linux and security management. After 15 years of purgatory in CS 🙂 he came back to development. He manages the VR equipment & software of the Sophia Antipolis Research Center.

Thibaud Kloczko

Graduated in CFD, Thibaud Kloczko is a software engineer 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).

Nicolas Niclausse

Nicolas Niclausse received his PhD in 1999 (on web traffic modeling and performance evaluation). During 4 years, he worked as an open source specialist at IDEALX (where he started to write Tsung, a load testing tool). He is now a research engineer at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis (since 2004), and he is a member of the Grid’5000 technical comitee. He’s working on HPC related topics (building and setup of HPC clusters, development of dtkDistributed layer, …).

Thierry Parmentelat

Dr Thierry Parmentelat is a senior Research Engineer at INRIA. His areas of interest include system and networking, experimental test beds, programming languages and algebra. Prior to joining INRIA, he has held various positions within the software industry; he has been CTO at Centile, a VOIP company, and formerly he has designed and implemented critical systems for various industrial sectors, in particular nuclear energy and aerospace. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in 1984, and received his PhD in 1991.

Julien Wintz

Julien Wintz received his PhD in algebraic geometry in 2008, and became a research engineer at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis the same year. He has designed dtk, a meta platform for modular scientific application development, for which he got, in 2011, Inria prize for supporting research and innovation.

Tristan Cabel

Tristan received an engineer diploma from INSA Rennes in communications network in 2009. In the same year, he began to be interested in HPC and particularly using accelerators to speed-up the computation. Since then, he continued to work in High Performance Computing either as an engineer in research team or as an expert in a national computing center. In 2015, he took a liking in deep learning and self trained himself on it.

Nicolas Chleq

Erwan Demairy

Jean-Chrisophe Lombardo

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