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JUNE – AUGUST

3 June – 2nd August
Geometry and Dynamics on surfaces
Géométrie et Dynamiques sur les surfaces
CHAIRE Pays du Sud
Masseye Gaye (Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar)
Jean-François Quint (Université de Montpellier)

 

JULY

1 > 5
Mathematical Biology: Collective Behavior and Pattern Formation
Mathématiques pour la biologie: comportement collectif et morphogénèse
MULTIYEAR PROGRAM – RESEARCH SCHOOL
Vincent Calvez (CNRS , Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1)
Tâm Mignot (Laboratoire de Chimie Bactérienne)
Milica Tomasevic (Ecole Polytechnique)
Ariane Trescases (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse)

1 > 5
Simplex-Splines on triangles for Numerical
Simulation des Simplex-splines sur le triangle pour des simulations numériques
RESEARCH IN RESIDENCE
Jean-Louis Merrien (INSA de Rennes)
Francesca Pelosi (University of Siena)
Maria Lucia Sampoli (University of Siena)
Hendrik Speleers (Tor Vergata University of Rome)

1 > 5
Harmonic analysis of the Heisenberg group
Analyse harmonique du groupe de Heisenberg
WORKSHOP
Jean-Yves Chemin (Institut Camille Jordan, Lyon)
Raphaël Danchin (Université Paris-Est Créteil)

1 > 5
Quadratic Forms and Central Simple Algebras
Formes Quadratiques et Algèbres Simples Centrales
WORKSHOP
Adam Chapman (Academic College of Tel-Aviv-Yaffo)
Ahmed Laghribi (Université d’Artois)
Diksha Mukhija (University of Alberta)

8 > 12
Random quantum channels: entanglement and entropies
Canaux quantiques aléatoires: Intrication et entropies
JEAN MORLET CHAIR – RESEARCH SCHOOL
Hachem Kadri (Aix-Marseille Université)
Cécilia Lancien (Université Grenoble Alpes)
Ion Nechita (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)
Clément Pellegrini (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)

8 > 12
Spectra of large graphs: localization and delocalization
Spectres de grands graphes : localisation et delocalisation
JEAN MORLET CHAIR – RESEARCH IN RESIDENCE
Charles Bordenave (CNRS, Aix-Marseille Université)
Cyril Letrouit (Université Paris Saclay)
Mostafa Sabri (NYU at Abudhabi)

8 >19
The Virasoro Algebra as a Limit of Temperley-Lieb Algebras via Fusion Categories
L’algèbre de Virasoro comme limite d’algèbres de Temperley-Lieb via catégories de fusion
RESEARCH IN RESIDENCE
Kenji Iohara (Université Claude Bernard Lyon I)
Gustav Lehrer (University of Sydney)
Ruibin Zhang (University of Sydney)

15 >19
3rd Summer school of history of mathematics
3e Ecole d’été d’histoire des mathématiques
WORKSHOP
Thomas De Vittori (Université de Lille)
Bertrand Eychenne (Université Paris-Saclay)

15 > 19
2nd Workshop on Studying Polyhedral Properties in Geometric Tolerancing
2ème Séminaire sur l’Étude des Propriétés des Polyèdres en Tolérancement Géométrique
WORKSHOP
Vincent Delos (CNRS, IMS Université de Bordeaux)

Tuesday 16 
Mathematical foundations of machine learning
Fondements mathématiques de l’apprentissage automatique
JEAN MORLET CHAIR – WORKSHOP
Hachem Kadri (Aix-Marseille Université)
Demni Nizar ( Aix-Marseille Université)

16 > 19
Self-similar Markov trees in random geometry
Arbres auto-similaires en géométrie aléatoire
WORKSHOP
Nicolas Curien (Université Paris-Saclay)

22 > 26
Digital twins for inverse problems in Earth science
Jumeaux numériques pour les problèmes inverses en science de la Terre
WORKSHOP
Amy Braverman (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Owhadi Houman (California Institute of Technology)
Jouni Susiluoto (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Olivier Zahm (INRIA Grenoble)

22 > 26
An introduction to dynamics on surfaces and random walks
CHAIRE « Pays du Sud » – RESEARCH SCHOOL
Masseye Gaye (Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar)
Jean-François Quint (Université de Montpellier)

Annual programming

Conferences, schools, workshops, residencies, dissemination activities, etc. Find here all the events scheduled at Cirm.

New Jean Morlet Chair Semester at CIRM!
JULY TO DECEMBER 2024

Benoit COLLINS (Chair, Kyoto University) and Nizar DEMNI (Local Project Leader, Aix-Marseille Université)
RANDOM MATRICES, REPRESENTATION THEORY AND QUANTUM INFORMATION
MATRICES ALÉATOIRES, THÉORIE DES REPRÉSENTATIONS ET INFORMATION QUANTIQUE

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
By the virtue of the large scope covered by Benoit Collins research papers and tied with random matrix theory, our proposal will be concerned with the following selected and important topics where random matrices play a prominent role: representation theory, quantum information theory and random graphs.
This choice is not only motivated by the intensive and growing research in these areas but also aims to bring together members of different groups from the Mathematical Institute of Marseille (I2M) such as Probability, representation theory and dynamical systems. Moreover, since quantum information theory is a central research area for both theoretical and applied scientists, our proposal will be an excellent opportunity to attract our colleagues from Centre de Physique Théorique (CPT) and from Laboratoire d’Informatique et Systèmes. Doing so, we strongly wish to create fruitful interactions between members of different institutes of Aix-Marseille University while benefiting from the random matrix techniques developed by Benoit Collins and his collaborators to solve outstanding problems in quantum information theory.

PROGRAM

Launch of the Pays du Sud Chair at CIRM!

This new Chair in Surface Geometry and Dynamics will run until August. It is headed by Masseye Gaye (Professor at Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, Senegal) and Jean-François Quint (CNRS Research Director at Montpellier University).

Bibliothèque mathématique audiovisuelle

Cirm hosts the world’s mathematics. Over 4500 researchers meet here every year to exchange and disseminate their knowledge. As part of the Carmin Laboratory of Excellence, the Cirm wanted to store and promote this scientific data. 

The Audiovisual Mathematics Library is an advanced platform built on a corpus of lectures given by mathematicians from all over the world during their time at Cirm. This platform provides all the functionalities of a high-level documentary search on a base of catalogued and enriched films.

INTERVIEW AT CIRM/ CHAIM GOODMAN STRAUSS

Chaim Goodman-Strauss is an American mathematician who works in convex geometry, especially aperiodic tiling. He retired from the University of Arkansas and currently serves as outreach mathematician for the National Museum of Mathematics. He is co-author with John H. Conway and Heidi Burgiel of The Symmetries of Things, a comprehensive book surveying the mathematical theory of patterns.
On Mar 20, 2023 Strauss, together with David Smith, Joseph Samuel Myers and Craig S. Kaplan, announced the proof that the tile discovered by David Smith is an aperiodic monotile, i.e., a solution to a longstanding open einstein problem.

tribute to Maryam Mirzakhani: exhibition at CIRM

CIRM presents an exhibition in tribute to Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, the first woman to win the Fields Medal in 2014, who passed away in 2017. This major 36-panel exhibition is divided into 3 sections:

One part of the « Remember Maryam MIRZAKHANI » exhibition is created by the International Mathematical Union ‘s Committee for Women in Mathematics (CWM) – Creator: Thais Jordao and Designer Rafael Meireles Barroso.
Another part is entirely created by CIRM under the scientific direction of Anton Zorich « Mathematical Worlds of Maryam MIRZAKHANI.
A third part created by CIRM under the scientific direction of Jayadev Athreya « Space of Shapes ».

They can be seen outside, on the footbridge.

CIRM WANTS TO EXPERIMENT WITH NEW TYPES OF EVENTS TO LIMIT OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT!

In an eco-responsible approach, to limit our carbon footprint, we wish to develop two new modes of meetings, especially for researchers coming from outside Europe: the mirror conferences and the Fortnight events. 

Mathematics for everyone

Cirm expands its programming and offers several activities throughout the year to a secondary school audience: the Cicadas (mathematical school for high school girls), high school days, the Science Festival, a catalog of accessible videos, etc.

A stay at Cirm, a French scientific research hub, can encourage young people to take up scientific careers. For secondary school students, coming to Cirm is an opportunity that can have a lasting influence on their future. Several schemes exist to date and differ greatly in duration and target audience: 

The Cicadas, this school was launched in October 2019 and aims to participate in the dissemination of scientific culture and spirit while fighting against the disaffection of women for this theme.

Dissemination days: a whole day dedicated to high school students of the Aix-Marseille Academy. 

Science festivals, exhibitions, etc.