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Junior Chair Laureates

Since 2012, the Junior Chair replaces the former Foundation's Prize program.

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to discover the laureates of the Prize.

Laureate for 2016


Radu Laza, 6 months at DMA and Collège de France

Associate professor at Stony Brook University, his research interest are: Algebraic Geometry, esp. moduli problems, degenerations, singularities, special classes of varieties (K3s, Calabi-Yau, Hyperkahler manifolds). 

Laureate for 2015

Zvi Lotker, LIAFA 6 mois

Ben Gurion University of the Negev,

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Laureates for 2014

The laureates for 2014 are:

 

Antoine Mellet, LJLL, 6 months
University of Maryland,
specialist of DPE

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Lauren Williams, LIAFA, 6 months
University of California, Berkeley
specialist of discrete mathematics and combinatorics

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Click here to have a look on his course web page

Laureates for 2013

Two mathematicians has just been rewarded for the 2013 Junior Chair :

 

Dr Yves Capdeboscq
Yves Capdeboscq, LJLL, 6 months.
University of Oxford
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Benjamin Webster, IMJ, 6 months.
Northeastern University
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2012 Laureates

For its first year, the Junior Chair awards two laureates. Each of them will stay for 6 months in a laboratory of the FSMP and will give a 20-hours course of doctoral level. The laureates are :

Scott Armstrong, from University of Wisconsin,specialist  in nonlinear partial differential equations and stochastic  homogenization.

Click here to watch the videos of Scott Armstrong's lectures on Stochastic homogenization of Hamilton Jacobi equations.

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Bo’az Klartag, from University of Tel Aviv,specialist in analysis, convex geometry, high-dimensional effects.

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