Everyone knew it was impossible. Then came a fool that did not know and who did it. Tout le monde savait que c'était impossible, puis vint un imbécile qui ne le savait pas, et qui l'a fait. M. Pagnol.
Contact Publications Research WebSite Jean-Marc Pierson Projects Welcome Teaching Activities I am Professor of Computer Science, researching at the IRIT Laboratory, SEPIA team, and teaching in the Computer Science Department, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse. Long version is available here.A shorter version is here.
Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Java, C++ Distributed Systems, Grid Computing, Security, GreenIT
* Chair of the SEPIA Team at IRIT. * Video and longer video of the CoolEmAll project* Helping the EfficIT startup
* Journées SEPIA - SEPIA Days - 12/13 November 2015
* Press Article: "Does BigData cause pollution?", (VF) in CNRS and Liberation newspapers
Distributed Systems and High Performance ComputingDistributed Data management, SecurityGrid, Cloud Computing, Pervasive ComputingPervasive Grids, Health Grids, Energy Aware Distributed Computing
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Jobs openingsPresentation and Video on Cloud and SOA at JDEV2015. Selected last publication:Violaine Villebonnet, Georges Da Costa, Laurent Lefèvre, Jean-Marc Pierson, Patricia Stolf. Big, Medium, Little: Reaching Energy Proportionality with Heterogeneous Computing Scheduler. Parallel Processing Letters, World Scientific, 2015.
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