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Multiscale representation of hexahedral meshes & compression

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Companion pages: HexaShrink, an exact scalable framework for hexahedral meshes with attributes and discontinuities: multiresolution rendering and storage of geoscience models HexaShrink 4 Mesh, Decomposition tool for Hexahedral meshes used in Geosciences: Multi-resolution decomposition of the grid geometry and associated properties HAL page A full-scale geological grid (or 3D Hexahedral mesh in Corner-Point grid) structure is decomposed onto embedded wavelet-like scales while preserving discontinuities, here geological faults (red), using a morphological 2D wavelet: Geological grid structures and discontinuities preservation (red painted faults) Categorical properties like rock types  (sandstone, limestone, shale)   can be upscaled according to a dedicated non-linear decomposition called modelet (patent #20170344676:  Method of exploitation of hydrocarbons of an underground formation by means of optimized scaling ): Hexahedral mesh categorical property: r

Bioinformatics & datascience: Internship & PhD on multi-omics data

An PhD position is still available on  Graph-based learning from integrated multi-omics and multi-species data (genomic, transcriptomic, epigenetic) between IFP Energies nouvelles and CentraleSupélec/INRIA Saclay. All the information is gathered at this address . Some information is duplicated below: Application for the funded PhD/doctorate (IFP Energies nouvelles/CentraleSupélec) position on  Graph-based learning from integrated multi-omics and multi-species data (genomic, transcriptomic, epigenetic) , starting Sep.-Dec. 2018 Excellent applications will be evaluated on a first come/first served basis Material:  send resume/CV with grades, and a short memo/letter explaining your interest and skill-match for this topic, to  fragkiskos(dod)malliaros(ad)centralesupelec(dod)fr ,  laurent(dod)duval(ad)ifpen(dod)fr  and  aurelie(dod)pirayre(ad)ifpen(dod)fr PhD advisor:  Jean-Christophe Pesquet ,  Center for Visual Computing  (or CVN, Centre de vision numérique), CentraleSupélec,  I