A network of excellence
The Foundation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris is a network of excellence created in 2006. Its members are large research institutions in the Paris area: the University of Pierre-et-Marie-Curie (UPMC), the University of aris-Diderot (UPD P7), the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS), the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the University of Paris-Dauphine, the Collège de France, the INRIA, the University of Paris-Descartes and the University of Paris Nord.
The Foundation also carries out a Laboratory of Excellence, the LabEx SMP.
Bringing together close to 1200 researchers in mathematical sciences and covering a wide spectrum which includes most of the top themes in fundamental and applied mathematics, plus fundamental computer science, the Foundation is unique in its field, both by its dimension and its scientific potential.
Calls for Applications
No call for Application actually online.
Shock waves and beyond
Shock waves and beyond was a conference organised by Kevin Zumbrun (Indiana University), laureate of the 2014 Research Chair, and Benjamin Texier (IMJ-PRG), on June 23-26 2015. More information here.
Euler Book Prize
The Euler Book Prize is awarded annually to an author of an outstanding book about mathematics, with a positive impact on the public's view of mathematics. The 2015 laureate is Edward Frenkel (University of California, Berkeley), the 2008 FSMP Research Chair's laureate and author of Love and Math: The Heart of Hidden Reality.
AWM-Microsoft Research Prize in Algebra and Number Theory
Lauren Williams (University of California, Berkeley), the 2013 FSMP Junior Chair's laureate, has been awarded the AWM-MIcrosoft Research Prize. This prize serves to highlight to the community outstanding contributions by women in algebra.
2015 Khwarizmi International Award laureate
Habib Ammari (Département de Mathématiques et Applications, ENS Paris) received on March 3rd the 2015 Khwarizmi International Award. This prize has for purpose to recognize outstanding scientific achievements made by researchers, inventors and innovators from all over the world.
2015 Itô Prize winner
We are pleased to announce the 2015 Itô Prize winners, Francis Comets (Université Paris Diderot, LPMA) and Michael Cranston (University of California), for the paper entitled “Overlaps and pathwise localization in the Anderson polymer model ” published in the journal Stochastic Processes and Applications. More information here.