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, the University Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne 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
Financial support (steering committee : September 2016)
The Fondation Sciences Mahtématique de Paris finances scientific stays for a three-month period maximum in external laboratories (French or from abroad). It is aimed at PhD students who are members of a laboratory affiliated to the foundation. The Fondation also offers a financial support for external scientists (junior/senior professors) to be invited in its affiliated laboratories for a two-to-three month stay. It is also possible to fill this form for exceptional support (Crédit d'intervention)Application Form
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Radu Laza, Junior Chair 2016
Radu Laza is the new laureate of the Junior Chair. Associate professor at Stony Brook University, specialist of Algebraic Geometry, he will spend 6 months at DMA and Collège de France. Clic here for his homepage.
Sorin Popa, Senior research chair 2016
Sorin Popa is the new laureate of the senior chair. Professor at University of California, his research interest are: Functional Analysis - Operator Algebras, Subfactor Theory, Ergodic Theory, Group Theory. He will spend 6 months at IMJ-PRG. Clic here for his personal page.
The laureates of the postdoc program 2016
Clic here to know the results of the FSMP's postdoctoral program 2016: http://www.sciencesmaths-paris.fr/en/post-doctoral-laureats-298.htm