The researchers of the FSMP's laboratories frequently receive national or international prizes and honors.
The Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology and the Vietnam National University, Hanoi, both offered a Honorary Doctorate to Lionel Schwartz, professor at the Université Paris 13 (LAGA). These universities highly appreciated his contribution to the development of mathematics in Vietnam in the last fifteen years, and his supervision of Vietnamese students in his field.
Khwarizmi International Award (KIA)
Habib Ammari (Département de Mathématiques et Applications, ENS Paris) just received 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.
CNRS Silver medalist
The CNRS Silver Medal honors researchers who are only at the beginning of their rise to fame, but who are already recognized nationally and internationally for the originality, quality, and importance of their work.
Vincent Lafforgue (Laboratoire de mathématiques, analyse, probabilités, modélisation d'Orléans), who worked at the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu (IMJ) from 1999 to 2010, is one of the 2015 CNRS Silver medalists.
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.
The Itô Prize honors the memory and celebrates the legacy of Professor Kiyosi Itô and his vast and seminal contributions to probability theory. It is awarded every two years and recognizes significant contributions to the advancement of the theory or applications of stochastic processes over the corresponding period.
The 2015 winning article was chosen by a selection committee consisting of senior members of the probability community and representing wide geographical and specialization diversity. The award will be presented at the 2015 SPA Conference, Oxford, UK, to be held on July 13 to 17, 2015, and will consist of a certificate and a monetary award of US$5000.
The authors will give a plenary talk at the 2015 SPA Conference.
ERC Starting Grants
ERC Starting Grants aim to support up-and-coming research leaders who are about to establish a proper research team and to start conducting independent research in Europe. The scheme targets promising researchers who have the proven potential of becoming independent research leaders. It will support the creation of excellent new research teams.
Anne-Laure Dalibard (UPMC, LJLL), Vadim Lyubashevsky (INRIA, DI ENS) and Hoeteck Wee (CNRS, DI ENS) each received an ERC Starting Grant in november 2014.
Académie des sciences
Since November, 18th 2014 Jean-Michel Coron (UPMC, LJLL) and Stéphane Mallat (ENS Ulm, DI) are new members of the French Academy of sciences.
Grands prix de l'Académie des sciences
Some researchers of the FSMP's laboratories received prizes from the French Academy of sciences :
- Clément Mouhot (CNRS, ENS Ulm) : Prix Madame Victor Noury (née Catherine Langlois) / Fondation de l’Institut de France
- Bernhard Keller, professor at the Université Paris Diderot : Prix Sophie Germain / Fondation de l’Institut de France
- Pierre Raphäel, professor at the Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, and Jérémie Szeftel, CNRS Research Director at the LJLL (UPMC) and 2009 laureate of the Foundation's Prize : Prix Alexandre Joannidès (mathématique).
Artur Avila (CNRS, IMJ-PRG, IMPA) won Fields Medal on August 13th 2014. The Fields Medal is viewed as the highest honour a mathematician can receive. This award has often been described as the "mathematician's Nobel Prize".
ICIAM prizes for 2015
The International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) has announced the winners of the five ICIAM prizes for 2015 : Annalisa Buffa (member of the FSMP scientific council) (Collatz Prize), Andrew J. Majda (Lagrange Prize), Jean-Michel Coron (UPMC, LJLL) (Maxwell Prize), Björn Engquis (Pioneer Prize), Li Tatsien (Su Buchin Prize).
The 2015 ICIAM Maxwell Prize is awarded to Jean-Michel Coron of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie for his fundamental and original contributions to the study of variational methods for partial differential equations and the nonlinear control of nonlinear partial differential equations.
Jean-Michel Coron is a Professor in the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
Coron has had a deep and profound impact in the study of variational methods for nonlinear partial dfferential equations. His original work on constant mean curvature surfaces, periodic solutions for nonlinear wave equations, nonlinear ellipticequations with critical Sobolev exponents and harmonic maps for nematic liquid crystals has had a major impact in these ?elds.
The 2015 ICIAM Su Buchin Prize is awarded to Li Tatsien, Fudan University, Shanghai in recognition of his outstanding contributions to applied mathematics and to the dissemination of mathematical sciences in developing countries. Li Ta-tsien is a professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Fudan University.
Prix de thèse du Programme Gaspard Monge pour l'optimisation de la recherche opérationnelle (PGMO)
Daniel HOEHENER and Miquel OLIU-BARTON, PhD at the IMJ-PRG laboratory, received in 2014 the PGMP price.
American Academy of Art and Sciences
Michel Broué (IMJ), professor at the Université Paris Diderot (Algebra and group theory) was elected at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as a Foreign Honorary Member.
Prix Marie Jeanne Lauent-Duhamel
Aurélie Fischer, LPMA : équipe statistique, won the Marie Jeanne Lauent-Duhamel price from la Société Francaise de Statistique (SFdS). This price was given on June 2014 during "46èmes Journées de Statistique " in Renne Ensai.
CNRS Silver medalist
Mireille Bousquet-Mélou, CNRS Research Director at the LaBRI in Bordeaux and also member of the FSMP scientific council received, begining of 2014, the Silver Medal of the CNRS.
French Academy of sciences
Since June, 17th 2014 Laure Saint Raymond is an official member of the French Academy of sciences.
French Academy of sciences prizes
Emmanuel Trélat (UPMC, LJLL): Prix Blaise Pascal of the SMAI and SMAI-GAMNI.
The Prix Michel Monpetit (Inria) was given to François Fages (Research Director at Inria Paris-Rocquencourt).
Sébastien Boucksom (IMJ Topology and algebraic geometry team): Prix Paul Doisteau-Emile Blutet.
American Academy of Art and Sciences
Edward Frenkel from Berkeley's, first laureates of the FSMP Chaire d'Excellence, in 2008, was elected at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
ICM 2014: the speakers
The list of speakers for the next ICM which will take place in Séoul in August 2014 is now known. Lots of researchers from the FSMP network wil be lecturers.
Benoït Perthame, professsor at the UPMC and also director of the LJLL, will give a lecture (plenary session). Furthermore, amongst the invited lecturers, there will be:
- For Logic and foundations of mathematics: Zoé Chatzidakis (Université Paris Diderot), François Loeser (Université Pierre et Marie Curie),
- For Numbers theory: Francis Brown (IMJ), Michael Harris (IMJ), Harald Helfgott (DMA), Jean-Loup Waldspurger (IMJ),
- For Geometry: Olivier Biquard (DMA),
- For Lie's theorem: Eric Vasserot (IMJ), with Michela Varagnolo (University de Cergy-Pontoise),
- For Dynamic systems and ODE: Viviane Baladi (DMA)
- For Partial Differentiel Equations: Isabelle Gallagher (Université Paris-Diderot), Laure Saint-Raymond (DMA), Jeremie Szeftel (DMA),
- For Physics of mathematics: Sandrine Péché (Université Paris-Diderot),
- For Probabilities and Statistics: Alexandre Tsybakov (Université Pierre et Marie Curie).
Prix de la Fondation Airbus
Cristobal Andrés Bertoglio Beltrán (ED 386) won the Fondation Airbus price for the best thesis in Mathematics and their interactions («Problèmes directs et inverses en interaction fluide-structure. Application à l'hémodynamique».)
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Académie des Sciences
Since December, 10th 2013 Laure Saint Raymond (UPMC, DMA) is a member of the Académie des Sciences.
Bourse L'Oréal Unesco pour les femmes et la sciences
Every year, The Fondation l'Oréal and UNESCO granted the top scientists and encourage young female researchers from all over the world. This program is called "For women in sciences "
On October, 14th 2013, Cecile Huneau and Olga Mula Hernandez received the L'Oréal Unesco grant.
Cécile huneau is a PhD student in mathematics at the ENS (Département Mathématiques Appliquées). The study of the famous Einstein equations helps to know if the results made by the physicists are generally true. She tries to develop a simplified pattern which will help to understand the structure of those equations.
Olga Mula Hernandez is also a PhD student in mathematics. She is part of the Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions (UPMC) and the CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) and is a specialist of the digital simulation of the nuclear activity. She is currently working on a thesis aimed at increasing safety in nuclear reactors by contributing to model the evolution of the population of free neutrons in the heart of reactor in the most accurate way possible.
Bourse ERC Senior
In 2013, Albert Cohen (LJLL) received a senior ERC grant for his project entitled "Breaking the curse of dimensionality:numerical challenges in high dimensional analysis and simulation"
Prix Blaise Pascal de l'European Academy of sciences
The Blaise Pascal award (rewarding researchers for their work in Applied Mathematics) was given to Benoit Pertham from the LJLL in 2013.
Prix de l'Innovation 2013 du CNRS
On June, 12th 2013 Stephane Mallat received "la medaille de l'innovation 2013 du CNRS", it rewards people whose exceptional researches lead to significant innovations (technology, economics, therapeutic or societal). Stéphane Mallat is teacher at l'Ecole Normale Supérieure and is a specialist in harmonic analysis, wavelets, théorie "bandelettes" or issues in automatic classification. He is one of the creator of the "Let it wave" start-up.
Prix Jacques Herbrand
David Hernandez received the prize Jacques Herbrand (grand prix de l'Académie des sciences).He is a teacher at the University Paris Diderot (Paris 7) and member of the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu.
Prix Leconte (Prix Thématique de l'Académie des Sciences)
Zoé Chatzidakis was awarded the Leconte Prize this year. She is a CNRS research director (unité de Formation et de Recherche de mathématiques of the University Paris Diderot.)
Prix Gabrielle Sand (Prix Thématique de l'Académie des Sciences)
Frédéric Klopp received the Gabrielle Sand Prize. Frédéric Klopp is a teacher at the University Pierre et Marie Curie and is a member of the Institut Mathématiques de Jussieu.
Prix Mergier-Bourdeix (Grand Prix de l'Académie des Sciences)
Sylvia Serfaty (LJLL) received the Grand Prix Mergier-Bourdeix by l'Académie des sciences. This young mathematicien has already received many awards, including the Prix Henri Poincaré in 2012.
Grand Prix de la Fondation EADS
Frédéric Hecht, du LJLL, received the Grand Prix de la Fondation EADS (Sciences et Ingénierie) by l'Académie des sciences.
American Academy of Sciences
Professeur à l’UPMC, Louis Boutet de Monvel a été élu Foreign Honorary Member à l’American Academy of Arts and Sciences en avril 2012.
Louis Boutet de Monvel est devenu professeur à l’UPMC en 1979. Il étudie et enseigne l'analyse des équations aux dérivées partielles et l'analyse complexe. Il est membre de l'Institut Mathématiques de Jussieu, spécialiste de l'analyse fonctionnelle. En 2007, il a remporté la médaille Emile Picard.
ERC Advanced Grant 2012
On February 2013 was published the list of the ERC Advanced Grant 2012 laureates. 136 projects (upon 978) were considered in the physics and egineering category. Among, 39 French applicants, 5 were mathematicians.
Stéphane MALLAT, DI-ENS, from our network, was considered for his project in InvariantClass called: "Invariant Representations for High-Dimensional Signal Classifications"
Grand Prix INRIA 2012
This Prize was, this year, given to Pierre-Louis Lions. The scientific influence of Pierre-Louis Lions, gifted mathematician and hyperactive, extends from the academic world to the industry. For 30 years, he has always exposed original ideas in all topics he deals with, from mathematics to physics, economics to numerical simulation in the sector of Industry. His theories are echoed by many scientists as those from the community of theorical mathematics or applied mathematics.
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Prix du jeune chercheur 2012
This year, Francis Bach won the "Jeune Chercheur"'s prize from the INRIA. Trained as a mathematician, Francis Bach became a worldwide specialist of machine learning. His researches (applied mathematics, statistics and computing) find its applications on many subjects, such as: computer vision or signal processing audio, bioinformatics and brain imaging.
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Prix thématiques 2012 From the Académie des Sciences
On October, 16th 2012 under the dome of the Institut de France:
Francis Brown, CNRS researcher of the Institut Mathématiques de Jussieu will be rewarded by the Elie Cartan Price
Serge Cantat, research director of the CNRS, département de mathématiques et application at the ENS Paris and Université de Rennes 1, will also be rewarded by the Paul Doisteau-Emile Blutet Price
Lucien Birgé, Prix Sophie Germain 2012
Lucien Birgé, professor at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, From the laboratory probabilités et modèles aléatoires will receive on October, 16th 2012 The Sophie Germain's Price.
Sylvia Serfaty, Henri Poincaré Prize 2012
Sylvia Serfaty, from the laboratory Jacques-Louis Lions (CNRS/UPMC) received the Henri Poincaré Prize. Another young french researcher is awarded of this prize : Nalini Anantharaman, from Orsay laboratory of Mathematics (CNRS/University Paris-Sud), who made her Ph.D at the UPMC. The other laureates are Barry Simon (Caltech) and Freeman Dyson (Institute for Advanced Study de Princeton).
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Jean-Yves Chemin, Grand Prix Servant
Jean-Yves Chemin, professor at the UPMC, specialist in DPE, member of LJLL and former director of the FSMP, received the Grand Prix Servant from the French Academy of Sciences.
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Felix Klein Prize and EMS Prizes
The Felix Klein Prize rewards a young scientist or a small group of young scientists (normally under the age of 38) for using sophisticated methods to give an outstanding solution, which meets with the complete satisfaction of industry, to a concrete and difficult industrial problem. It is awarded every 4 years during the European Congress of Mathematics. The laureate for 2012 is Emmanuel Trélat(professor at University Pierre et Marie Curie, member of the Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions (LJLL), laboratory of the FSMP). Notice that Josselin Garnier, also a member of LJLL, was the recipient of the same prize in 2008.
The EMS Prizes reward young researchers not older than 35 years in recognition of excellent contributions in Mathematics and are also given during the European Congress. In 2012, 4 of them among 10 went to french mathematicians. Grégory Miermont (professor at the University Paris-Sud Orsay), who was the very first laureate of the FSMP Prize, in 2007, received an EMS prize in 2012.
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Pierre Fraigniaud, CNRS Silver Medal
Pierre Fraigniaud, director of LIAFA, specialist in fundamental computer science, received the CNRS Silver Medal. His work deals with fundamental aspects of distributed computing, with applications to analysis of social networks or peer to peer systems. He is also interested in abstract models of design and analysis of distributed algorithms.
Francis Brown, CNRS Bronze Medal
Francis Brown, member of the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu, specialist in Number theory, received in 2012 the CNRS Bronze Medal.
Légion d’honneur for Sylvie Delabrière
Sylvie Delabrière, professor at the UPMC and director of the development of the FSMP, received on 28th March 2012 the Légion d’honneur from Laurent Wauquiez, then french Minister of Higher Education and Research, for her career dedicated to mathematics.
Advanced Grant from the ERC and Grand Prix Léonid Frank from the French Academy of Sciences for Jean-Michel Coron
Jean-Michel Coron, professor at the UPMC, member of LJLL, specialist in Control Theory, received in 2011 a European Research Council Advanced Investigator Grant and the Grand Prix Léonid Frank from french Academy of Sciences.
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Advanced Grand de l'ERC pour Michael Harris
Michael Harris, IMJ, from our network was considered for his projetct called "Arithmetic of automorphic motives"
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Clay Research Award for Jean-François Quint
Jean-François Quint, research fellow in the Department of Mathematics of the LAGA, just received the Clay Research Award 2011 with Yves Benoist for their work on "Stationary measures and orbit closures".
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Laure Saint-Raymond, Joliot-Curie Prize
Laure Saint-Raymond, professor at University Pierre et Marie Curie, currently working at the Department of Mathematics and Applications of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, received the Prix Joliot Curie of the « Young Scientific Woman ».
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François Loeser, CNRS Silver Medal
François Loeser, professor at the UPMC, member of IMJ, specialist in Algebrical Geometry and Models Theory, received in 2011 the CNRS Silver Medal.
Gabriel Peyré, Starting Grant of the European Research Council
Gabriel Peyré, member of CEREMADE, specialist in Numerical analysis and Applied to image processing modelisation, received Starting Grant of the European Research Council for his project Sparsity, Image and Geometry to Model Adaptively Visual (SIGMA-vision).
Two awards for Jean-Marie Mirebeau
Jean-Marie Mirebeau, doctor UPMC at the LJLL, received the Best Thesis Prize in Mathematics from the Fondation d’entreprise EADS (for his thesis entitled Approximation adaptative et anisotrope par les éléments finis : Théorie et algorithmes) and the Prix Perrissin-Pirasset/Schneider (Chancellerie des universités de Paris).
Nicolas Rougerie, Rosemont-Demassieux Prize
Nicolas Rougerie, docteur UPMC au LJLL (subject of the thesis : La théorie de Gross-Pitaevskii pour un condensat de Bose-Einstein en rotation : vortex et transitions de phase). In 2011, he received the Prix Rosemont-Demassieux from the Chancellery of parisian universities
Ont été nommés à l'IUF en 2011 en qualité de Membre Junior : Régis de la Bretèche, professeur à l’Université Paris-Diderot, membre de l’IMJ, spécialiste de Théorie des nombres, Dario Cordero-Erausquin, professeur à l’UPMC, membre de l’IMJ, spécialiste d’Analyse fonctionnelle, Bruno Klingler, professeur à l’Université Paris-Diderot, membre de l’IMJ, spécialiste des Formes automorphes et Emmanuel Trélat, professeur à l’UPMC, membre du LJLL, spécialiste de Théorie du Contrôle.
Ont été nommés en qualité de Membre Senior : Gilles Francfort, professeur à l’Université Paris-Nord, membre du LAGA, spécialiste de Mathématiques appliquées et Benoît Perthame, Professeur à l’UPMC, membre du LJLL et du projet BANG de l’INRIA, spécialiste de Mathématiques appliquées à la Biologie.
Two Légions d'honneur
Dominique Picard, professor at the Université Paris-Diderot, member (and former director) of the LPMA, specialist in Probabilities and statistics, was made Kight of the Légion d'honneur.
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, Fields Medal 1994, professor at the Collège de France, specialist in Dynamical Systems, was made Officer of the Légion d'honneur.
Post-doctoral fellowship for Paul-James White
Paul-James White, former PhD student in mathematics at Paris 7, have been elected to take-up Post-doctoral fellowship at All Souls College, Oxford.
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Advanced Grant from the ERC for Habib Ammari
Habib Ammari, DR CNRS member of the Department of Mathematics and Applications, ENS, received an European Research Council Advanced Investigator Grant for his project Multi-Mathematics for Imaging and Optimal Design Under Uncertainty.
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Danko Ilik rewarded
Danko Ilik, former phD student from PPS laboratory, received the Kurt Gödel Research Prize Fellowship 2010 for his work intitled : Towards a new Computational Interpretation of Sub-classical Principles.
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Prize 2010 of the Annales of the IHP
Bassam Fayad, (LPMA) receive the 2010 Prize of the Annales Henri Poincaré A with Dimitry Dolgopyat (University of Maryland) for the article "Unbounded Orbits for Semicircular Outer Billiard" (Annales Henri Poincare Volume 10, Number 2, 357-375, DOI: 10.1007/s00023-009-0409-9).
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Laure Saint-Raymond (ENS) receive the 2010 Prize of the Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré C, Non-Linear Analysis for her article "Hydrodynamic limits: some improvements of the relative entropy method."(Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré Anal. Non Linéaire 26 (2009), no. 3, p. 705-744.)
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Claire Voisin elected to the Académie des Sciences
Claire Voisin (CNRS, IMJ), algebraic geometry specialist, recently elected member of the Académie des Sciences. This new prize from the scientist community adds itself to the impressive list of honnors of the mathematician, who awarded the Silver Medal of CNRS in 2006, the Clay prize in 2008, and held a conference in the Congrès International des Mathématiciens (ICM 2010).
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Olivier Guéant, Rosemont/Demassieux Prize
Olivier Guéant (lecturer in Paris Diderot, LJLL) was rewarded by the Rosemont/Demassieux Prize of the chancellery of the Paris universities (fundamental and applied mathematics) for his thesis work intitled Théorie des jeux à champ moyen et applications économiques. Taux d'escompte et développement durable. This thesis was studied at the University of Paris-Dauphine supervised by Pierre-Louis Lions.
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Advanced Grant of the European Research Council for Jean Ponce
Jean Ponce (CNRS, INRIA, ENS, professor in the Département d'Informatique de l'ENS) just received an "Advanced Grant" of the European Research Council for his project Willow.
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Prize of the Better thesis in mathematics and their interactions of the Fondation of Entreprise EADS
The 2010 Prize of the Better thesis in mathematics and their interactions was awarded to Hubert Lacoin. He is post doctoral trainee at the Université of Roma Tre, supervised by Fabio Martinelli, and his current researches are on the dynamics except balance of certain models of statistical mechanics. His thesis was supervised by G. Giacomin and intitled : "Désordre et phénomènes de localisation".
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Three new membres of the Foundation at the IUF
3 Foundation mathematicians just been elected at the IUF : Bernhard Keller ( professor at the University Paris-Diderot, IMJ) as senior member and Nicolas Bergeron (professor at the UPMC, IMJ) and Jean-François Dat (professor at the UPMC, IMJ) as juniors members.
European Research Council grants for Avila, Brown and Colcombet
3 Foundation researchers just receive a "Starting Grant" de l'European Research Council : Arthur Avila Cordeiro de Melo (CNRS, IMJ) for his project Dynamics of quasiperiodic type, Francis Brown (CNRS, IMJ) for his project Periods in Algebraic Geometry and Physics and Thomas Colcombet (University of Paris-Diderot, CNRS, LIAFA) for his project Games and Automata for Logic Extensions.
Haïm Brezis honored
Haïm Brezis, emeritus professor at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, member of the laboratory J.-L. Lions just be honored abroad because he has been nominated foreign associate member at the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Italy) and he'll receive the title of Docteur Honoris Causa of the University Alexandru Ioan Cuza in Iasi (Romania).
The CNRS bronze Medal for Thomas Colcombet
The bronze Medal of the CNRS was given to Thomas Colcombet, research officer CNRS at the LIAFA.
His work is about the automata theory and its links with logic. To read more about Thomas Colcombet.
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The CNRS bronze Medal for Colin Guillarmou
The bronze Medal of the CNRS was given to Colin Guillarmou, research officer CNRS at the DMA of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, in the analysis team. His work is about PDEs, Geometry, Spectral Theory and Inverse Problems. To read more about Colin Guillarmou.
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Augusto Teixeira awarded by AXA
Augusto Teixeira is one of the laureates of AXA 2010 Postdoctoral Fellowships. Texeira's application was presented by the Foundation. He has been selected for his project Corrosion and interlacement percolation.
Khalil Chouk awarded by AXA
Khalil Chouk is one of the laureates of AXA 2010 Doctoral Fellowships. Chouk's application was presented by the Foundation. His thesis project is On some problems of rough path theory : Partial differential equations and cubature methods.
The 2010 Louis Bachelier prize for Rama Cont
The Louis Bachelier prize of the Fondation Natixis for quantitative research and of the SMAI, awarded by the Académie des Sciences, rewarded Rama Cont, director of research at the CNRS, Laboratory of probability and random models, and part-time professor at the University of Columbia (USA).
Alcan prize for Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau and Tony Lelièvre
Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau (director of research at the INRIA, project-team REO) and Tony Lelièvre (Ponts et Chaussées, CERMICS, École of the Ponts Paris Tech, INRIA, project-team MICMACS) are the prizewinners 2010 of the Alcan prize awarded by the Académie des sciences.
Yves André successful by the Paul Doistau-Émile Blutet prize
Yves André, director of researches at the CNRS, Department of Mathematics and Applications at the École Normale Supérieure de Paris, is the prizewinner of the year of Paul Doistau-Émile Blutet prize awarded by the Académie des Sciences.
David Lannes receives the Leconte prize
David Lannes, director of researches at the CNRS, Department of Mathematics and Applications at the École Normale Supérieure de Paris, won Leconte prize awarded by Académie des Sciences "to new discoveries authors in mathematics and capitals" or " to new applications authors of this science, applications who have to give much more results than those obtained until then".
Scientific grant of the Fondation Simone et Cino del Duca,
It's awarded to Jean Mairesse, director of researches at the Laboratoire d’Informatique algorithmique : Fundamentals and Applications (LIAFA) of the University Paris-Diderot.
The team of David Gérard-Varet wins the AREVA prize
The research prize AREVA 2009 fot he "Energy" category goes to the team of David Gérard-Varet (spokesman), Didier Bresch, Benoît Desjardins, Emmanuel Dormy and Emmanuel Grenier for their work on « Mathematics and Geophysical Flows: parameterizations and small scales ».
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Rosemont/Demassieux prize for Nicolas Tabareau
Nicolas Tabareau, former PhD student at the Laboratoire Preuves, Programmes et Systèmes (PPS), who just obtained this year a job of researcher in Nantes, receives the Rosemont/Demassieux prize of chancellery of Paris universities (fundamental and applied mathematics) for the quality of the work he done during his thesis in PPS, supervised by Paul-André Melliès. This prize will be issued at the Sorbonne, wednesday, december 9th at 4:30 pm.
An Advanced Grant from the ERC for François Loeser
François Loeser receives an advanced grant from the European Research Council for the 2010-2014 period.
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Françoise Forges, Silver Medal 2009 of the CNRS
The 2009 Silver Medal of the CNRS was assigned to Françoise FORGES, economics professor in Paris-Dauphine and member of the CEREMADE. The Silver Medal of the CNRS distinguishes a researcher for his work quality, originality and importance at a national and international level.
Charles Favre wins the Prix Langevin
Charles Favre (CNRS - IMJ) is the last recipient of the French Academy of Sciences's Prix Langevinfor mathematics.
Pierre-Arnaud Raviart wins the Blaise Pascal Medal in 2009
Pierre-Arnaud Raviart received from the European Academy of Sciences the last Blaise Pascal Medal for Mathematics.
Yvon Maday awarded by Jacques Louis Lions Prize 2009
Yvon Maday, Professor "de classe exceptionnelle" at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Director of the Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions, Visiting Professeur at Brown University and member of the European Academy of Sciences, receives the Jacques Louis Lions Prize from the french Academy of Sciences for year 2009.
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Herbrand Prize 2009 for Artur Avila
Artur Avila, CNRS Research Director (Laboratoire de Probabilités et modèles aléatoires of Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris), working on dynamical systems, receives the Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand from the french Academy of Sciences for year 2009.
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Laurent Cohen awarded by the Academy of Sciences
Laurent Cohen, CNRS Research Director (CEREMADE, Paris-Dauphine University), receives the Grand Prix de la Fondation d’entreprise EADS from the french Academy of Sciences for year 2009.
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Jean-Loup Waldspurger, Clay Research Award 2009
The 2009 Clay Research Awards goes to Jean-Loup Waldspurger for his work in p-adic harmonic analysis...
Michael Harris and his team rewarded
Michael Harris, automorphic forms specialist, received the Grand Prix Scientifique of the Fondation Simone et Cino Del Duca, of the Institut de France.
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The researchers of the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques of Paris at the IUF
The Institut Universitaire de France appointed its members for 2008-2009. Mathematicians of the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris are among them...
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Harvest awards at the 5e Congrès Européen de Mathématiques
Over 11 awards at the last Congrès Européen de Mathématiques, 3 are going to researchers of the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris...
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Isabelle Gallagher, prizewinner of the Paul Doistau – Émile Blutet prize
Isabelle Gallagher, professor at the University Paris-Diderot (mathematics UFR) and researcher to the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu (UMR 7586) is the prizewinner 2008 of the Paul Doistau – Émile Blutet prize, an award given every two years by the Académie des Sciences, for her mathematical researches. She succeeds Alice Guionnet, director of researches at the CNRS at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, distinguished in 2006.
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