Master 2 Calcul Haute Performance, Simulation, spécialité Calcul scientifique

Stages en France et à l'International depuis 2011

Vous trouverez ci-après la liste des entreprises ayant accueilli nos étudiants en stage :

  • Airbus groupe à TOULOUSE
  • Altair engineering France à VALBONNE
  • AREVA à LYON
  • ARMINES à PARIS
  • CNRS à LILLE, GIF SUR YVETTE et MEUDON
  • Commissariat à l'énergie atomique à GIF SUR YVETTE
  • Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives à LE BARP
  • Ecole spéciale des travaux publics du bâtiment à CACHAN
  • EDF à NOISY LE GRAND
  • EDF recherche et développement à CLAMART
  • ENS à CACHAN
  • IFP énergies nouvelles à SOLAIZE
  • INRIA à LILLE et ROCQUENCOURT
  • INSERM à LILLE
  • Institut national polytechnique à TOULOUSE
  • Office national des études et recherches aérospatiales à LILLE
  • Phasics à SAINT AUBIN
  • Renault trucks à SAINT PRIEST
  • TOTAL à COURBEVOIE
  • Vet M France à AULNOYE AYMERIES

Certains étudiants ont eu l'opportunité d'effectuer leur stage à l'étranger :

  • Centre de rechreche de l'hôpital du sacré cœur à MONTREAL (CANADA)
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory à BERKELEY (USA)
  • Max Planck institute for biophysical chemistry à GOTTINGEN (ALLEMAGNE)
  • Université Libre de BRUXELLES (BELGIQUE)
  • Yunnan traffic technician college à YUNNAN ( CHINE)

Quelques témoignages des anciens

 

Jan GMYS – Class 2014 - Scientific assistant/PhD student at Université de Mons and Université Lille 1 : After my bachelor's degree, I was not sure what master program to choose: I wanted it to beinternational, intellectually stimulating and technology-oriented, developing practical skills as well as my passion for mathematics and finally, opening exciting job perspectives – the program of the master of Scientific Computing convinced me immediately by its interdisciplinary approach and the training resources at the students' disposal. A few weeks after having obtained my master's degree, I found a position as a scientific assistant at Université de Mons and enrolled in a PhD program in Informatics and Engineering Sciences under joint supervision (cotutelle agreement) with Université Lille 1. Moreover, a collaboration with Tractebel Engineering (Bruxelles), a global engineering consultancy company, allows me to better understand the challenges which arise in real-world applications of industrial scale. Whether I will pursue an academic career or work for company after my PhD, I feel well prepared by the scientific computing master program.

Ralitsa IVANOVA– Class 2013 - Engineer at Maison de la Simulation, CEA/Saclay : I  am Ralitsa IVANOVA. I am currently working as an engineer at Maison de la Simulation, CEA/Saclay, being involved in the development of a 3D visualization tool dedicated to Tokamak Plasma. I find Mathematical Engineering (Advanced Scientific Computing) an ideal program providing the necessary freedom for intellectual maturity and professional development. The great variety of topics covered in the program gives you a broad perspective of where and how to pursue your professional life and allows you to choose diverse career paths.  The program is really intense and consistent but hard work pays off.

Guowei HE – Class 2013 - HPC Application Specialist at New York University, Abu Dhabi, UAE : This unique Scientific Computing Master Program in Lille is challenging, but rewarding. It provided an excellent opportunity, to strengthen and deepen my mathematical and programming skills, in solving real-world research problems. This exceptional training helped me to get a job 6 months before graduation, which involves writing and optimizing code on JUQUEEN, one of the Top 10 supercomputers in the world, an IBM BlueGene/Q machine with 458,752 cores. Later, it even opened a door for me to work in the exciting Abu Dhabi city as an HPC application specialist, setting up a supercomputer from scratch. I am sure that it is a Master’s choice you will not regret

Ludivine LECLERCQ – Class 2012 - Post-doctoral position at LATMOS, Paris : After having obtained my master degree in scientific computing at the Lille 1 University, I recently obtained my PhD from UPMC, related to scientific computing, plasma physics, and planetology. The main objective of my PhD was to numerically optimize and develop parallelized models. In particular, I investigated a model of exosphere, which is the rarefied « high » atmosphere of a planet, and a model for the simulation of interactions between space plasmas, as the solar wind for example, and planetary environments (which can include an atmosphere and/or a magnetosphere). I am currently continuing my research work in the same laboratory (LATMOS, Paris), as a post-doctoral scientist. This work allows me to be involved in different space missions whose goal is to investigate the environments of Mercury, Mars, and Ganymede, a Jupiter's moon. Applying my mathematical and numerical background in the frame of spatial missions is very exciting for me.