The "Digital foundations and computations" area addresses the interactions of mathematics and fundamental digital sciences with the other digital areas. At the dawn of all the new digital advances, this area will introduce you to the key research in mathematics, fundamental computing, simulation and supercomputing. Round tables and presentations will help you understand the fundamental issues of the key themes that will allow the creation of the tomorrow's digital environment. 
 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

Wednesday 16th November 

   
  • "Digital foundations and computations" poster session
The "Digital foundations and computations" poster session will highlight a series of projects at the discovery end of research in digital technology. The event participants and visitors will be able to interchange freely with the project leaders in order to find out the implications and the ins and outs of these sciences and technologies.
 
  • Selection of "Modelling and fundamental computing, seen through HPC" projects
"Modelling and fundamental computing seen through HPC" is a presentation session for the public at large. Projects from a wide range of themes will present the contribution of digital sciences in other scientific themes.
  •    
    • Round table: "Mathematics in digital technology enterprises"
    This round table will examine the role of mathematics in digital technology enterprises. A panel of experts from academia and the corporate world will present the implications of synergies between the two worlds.
     

    Thursday 17th November

       
    • Selection of "Seen through mathematics" projects
    "Seen through mathematics" is a presentation session for the public at large. Projects from a wide range of themes will present the contribution of digital sciences in other scientific themes.
       
    • Round table: "HPC - Big Data convergence"
    HPC-Big Data convergence is a near future for the digital sciences. A round table made up of experts in the field will let you discover the scientific keys of this convergence and its future applications in the scientific domains, along with the future societal revolutions that will result from it.