LMCS 2009: National Day for 0D/1D Modelling and Simulation

General presentation

The National Day for Users of Modelling and Scientific Calculation Software (LMCS) took place on December 3rd, 2009, at Leonardo da Vinci University Centre at La Défense (France – 92)

The purpose of this open day is to enable participants to benefit from modelling and simulation experiences in different fields using free or commercial software: Scilab / Scicos (Inria), Amesim (Imagine), Matlab / Simulink (The Mathworks), Modelica (Modelica Association), Dymola (Dynasim), Maple (Maplesoft), Comsol Multiphysics (Comsol), Mathematica (Wolfram Research), Flowmaster (Flowmaster Ltd), etc.

This day is focused on the modelling and simulation of 0D-1D multiphysics systems with a particular interest in the problems of initialisation, parameter calibration, management of uncertainties, interface of models and platforms.

This day makes it possible to highlight the applications that can be produced using modelling software, and also to open the discussion on the advantages or disadvantages of the use of scientific software in the context of modelling and simulation.

This event is organised by:

  • IFP Energies nouvelles (Institut français du pétrole) Applied mathematics department (as part of the scientific management clubs),
  • EDF (Électricité de France) Step (Simulation and information processing for the operation of production systems) department,
  • Acsystème (automation and signal processing expertise),
  • Esilv (École supérieure d’ingénieurs Léonard de Vinci) Computer science and information intelligence department.


Morning session

Afternoon session

Steering committee


The members of the steering committee are:

  • Benjelloun-Dabaghi, IFP
  • Bérengère Branchet (Esilv)
  • Patrice Houizot, Acsystème
  • Céline Thomas, EDF
  • Daniel Bouskela, EDF
  • Wilfrid Marquis-Favre, Insa Lyon


List of attendees

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