Teaching

Bachelor, masters and PhD courses

  • CCMX Tribology and Surfaces Interactions

    This course is intended to give to the participants (graduates, researchers and industrial professionals) a solid background in tribology and surface interactions. It covers the fundamentals concepts of tribology including surfaces, contact mechanics, friction, lubrication and wear.

    Teachers: Mischler Stefano, Igual Muñoz Anna Neus, Various lecturers , Molinari Jean-François
    Language: english

  • Composites design and innovation

    The course offers the opportunity to gain practical experience in the characterization of fiber reinforced polymer and manufacturing/production methods for composite structures. The material is presented by lectures and visits to the laboratory. This is mainly a project based - hands on course

    Teachers: Molinari Jean-François, Vassilopoulos Anastasios
    Language: english

  • Continuum mechanics (for GC)

    This class addresses Continuum Mechanics, which is fundamental component of the civil engineering curriculum. It covers the concepts of deformation, stress, general principles, equilibrium equations, and constitutive laws.

    Teachers: Molinari Jean-François
    Language: french

  • Continuum mechanics and applications



    Teachers: Lecampion Brice Tanguy Alphonse, Molinari Jean-François
    Language: english

  • Fundamentals of Fracture with Fundamental Papers

    The principles of fracture mechanics, from the energy balance approach of Griffith through modern computational approaches, will be introduced using key papers. Phase-field modeling and atomistic processes in fracture, as well as experimental developments, will complement theory.

    Teachers: Molinari Jean-François, Kolinski John Martin, Garagash Dmitriy, Lecampion Brice Tanguy Alphonse
    Language: english

  • Numerical modelling of solids and structures

    Solids and structures numerical modeling is addressed through the finite-element method. Purely analytic aspects are first presented, before describing numerical interpolation, integration and resolution of solid mechanics problems by using various finite element types.

    Teachers: Molinari Jean-François, Anciaux Guillaume
    Language: french

  • Parallel programming

    Learn the concepts, tools and API's that are needed to debug, test, optimize and parallelize a scientific application on a cluster from an existing code or from scratch. Both OpenMP (shared memory) and MPI (distributed memory) paradigms are presented and experimented.

    Teachers: Richart Nicolas, Lanti Emmanuel
    Language: english

  • Programming concepts in scientific computing

    The aim of this course is to provide the background in scientific computing. The class includes a brief introduction to basic programming in c++, it then focus on object oriented programming and c++ specific programming techniques.

    Teachers: Anciaux Guillaume
    Language: english

  • Scientific programming for Engineers

    The students will acquire a solid knowledge on the processes necessary to design, write and use scientific software. Software design techniques will be used to program a multi-usage particles code, aiming at providing the link between algorithmic/complexity, optimization and program designs.

    Teachers: Anciaux Guillaume
    Language: english