Philippe Gilotte (Head of research projects – PlasticOmnium Automotive)

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Some projects in research and innovation at PlasticOmnium need numerical tools to partially test new ideas in modeling. We therefore sought a parallelised free software to install on our cluster, to solve systems of partial differential equations . With its library of operators and solvers available, Feel++ software within Cemosis corresponded to our needs.
The first topic was the computation of eigen modes and entrusted to a master trainee. It allowed us to become familiar with the software and started a collaboration on a fluid mechanics research work, involving industrial and academic skills. The wish now is to consolidate the use of Feel++ in team with the university support. The master CSMI in math / scientific computing / HPC is training well adapted to this objective.