The platform is developed by several members organized in a consortium of
four scientific teams and an Environmental Research Observatory (ERO):
- SAGE, at INRIA Rennes Bretagne Atlantique
TRANSF, laboratory Geosciences at the University of Rennes 1
- CDCSP, laboratory Institut Camille Jourdan at the University of Lyon 1
- GEOENV, laboratory LMPG at the University of Le Havre
- ERO H+, which is coordinated by P. Davy, who is also a member of Geosciences at Rennes 1.
A new team will join the consortium:
- Pprime, at the University of Poitiers
These teams have been collaborating on this subject for several years, have published several papers together and are mutually developing
parts of the platform. They cover the multidisciplinary aspects of the project:
applied mathematics (numerical analysis and numerical algorithms),
computer science (high performance computing and scientific software
engineering), and geosciences (theoretical modelling and experimental field
The teams communicate through the private projects
on INRIA Forge (restricted access).
The research teams get fundings from their institutions,
INRIA, CNRS, Universities of Rennes 1, Lyon 1, Poitiers and from the French government.
The platform H2OLAb is supported by
OSUR (Observatoire des Sciences de l'Univers de Rennes).
The research teams have currently several grants related to the platform:
- The project MICAS (2007-2011) is funded by the ANR - CIS (all five partners)
- The project Reactive Transport for nuclear waste (2005-2008 and 2010-2013) is funded by ANDRA (partner Sage)
- The project Numerical Methods for Reactive Transport (2002-2011) is funded by
GdR MOMAS (partner Sage)
J.-R. de Dreuzy is a scientific fellow until june 2013 at UPC, Barcelona (Spain),
thanks to a grant from EU and a grant from Spain.
The research teams got several national fundings which are now closed:
- The project MOHINI (2007-2010) was funded by the ANR - VMC (partner Transf)
- The project GRID'5000
in Rennes (2003-2007) was funded by the ACI GRID (partner Sage)
- The project GEOLOG (2007) was funded by a BQR (Bonus Quality Research) of
the University of Rennes 1 (partners Sage and Transf)
- The project HYDROGRID
(2002-2005) was funded by the ACI GRID
(partners Sage and Transf)