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About Jean-Pierre Panziera


Chief Technology Officer for High Performance Computing, Atos

Jean-Pierre Panziera is the Chief Technology Director for High Performance Computing at Atos. He is also the current Chairman of ETP4HPC. He joined Bull, now part of Atos, in 2009, and is responsible for future HPC hardware developments. He started his career at Elf-Aquitaine as a developer for seismic processing. He then worked for 20 years at SGI, first as an HPC application specialist and then as a Chief Engineer. Jean-Pierre holds an engineer degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.




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Articles posted by Jean-Pierre Panziera

Exascale now!

High-performance computing (HPC) simulations are providing unparalleled insights into new scientific discoveries and are essential tools for industrial product design. HPC technology development over the last decades has been fueled by the scientific and engineering communities’ unquenchable thirst for more and more computing power. Exascale has been in everyone’s mind ever since the first Petaflop system was deployed in 2008. The target was clear: 1 exaflopswithin a…

Why supercomputing holds the answer to a greener tomorrow

Sophie Proust Chief Technology Officer, AtosJean-Pierre Panziera Chief Technology Officer for High Performance Computing, AtosPosted on: 18 November 2019 With the finishing line in the ‘Race to Exascale’ in sight, we see the development of High-Performance Computing (HPC) solutions for real-world use cases, radically cutting both costs and emissions “We’re developing supercomputers for real-world use cases,”…