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Biography
After his PhD thesis (collaboration between INRIA Bordeaux Sud-Ouest and EDF R&D) about Domain Decomposition methods for Simplified Transport Equation in neutronics, Bruno Lathuilière joined EDF R&D in the group "Analysis and Numericals Modeling". He develops solvers for various applications: Micado (Neutron Transport), Athena (US waves propagation)... From his development experience, he got interested in problems related to numerical quality for industrial applications. In 2014 he started with François Févotte the development of Verrou, a tool which helps developers tackle the Floating-Point-related issues in their simulation codes. Since 2016 Bruno Lathuilière is in charge of the Numerical Quality workpackage of the PQuaSi project (Performance and Quality of Simulations).
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