To protect the calanques, the National Park limits the number of visitors on June 26, July 3, and every day from July 10 to August 21, 2022. During these periods, access is only allowed with a free reservation. Open to all, the reservation is made online. To book, go to the dedicated platform from June 23 at 9am.
25 > 29
10th Thematic School of Numerical Simulation
Renaud Motte (CEA)
Gilles Naulin (CEA)
JULY - AUGUST
18 July > 26 August
Transport in Physics, Biology and Urban Traffic
CIRM-SMAI PROGRAM - CEMRACS SUMMER SCHOOL
Emmanuel Franck (INRIA Grand Est)
Hélène Hivert (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1)
Guillaume Latu (CEA - Cadarache)
Hélène Leman (ENS de Lyon)
Bertrand Maury (Université Paris-Saclay)
Michel Mehrenberger (Aix-Marseille Université)
Laurent Navoret (Université de Strasbourg)
CIRM attracts mathematicians from all over the world. Each year, over 4500 researchers meet here to exchange ideas and share their knowledge.
As part of the CARMIN Labex initiative, CIRM keeps an audiovisual record of these research activities and makes films available to all.
The Audiovisual Mathematics Library is a sophisticated platform built on a corpus of talks given by worldwide mathematicians during their stay at CIRM. Over 1000 videos are available, with a high number offering enriched material such as cue points to enable chaptering, multiple synced video streams and deep search.
Welcome to France!
Math in France is an institutional website dedicated to the international mathematical community. Browse through the mathematical opportunities France offers to foster collaborations. Get an overview of the structuring of mathematical research in France and grab all the keys to get in touch with the French mathematical community.
Math in France was created under the supervision of the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences and their Interactions (INSMI) - CNRS.
INTERVIEW AT CIRM: INKANG KIM (CIRM 2013)
(CURRENT RESEARCH IN RESIDENCE - 2022)
Inkang Kim works on hyperbolic geometry and symmetric spaces. He works on rigidity and flexibility of discrete groups acting on symmetric spaces. For rigidity side, he proved the marked length rigidity of Zariski dense subgroups of semisimple Lie groups. In the line of Weil's local rigidity, with his collaborators he proved the local rigidity of real and complex hyperbolic lattices in quaternionic hyperbolic spaces. For flexibility side, with Pierre Pansu he characterized the criterion for a deformability to a Zariski dense representation of a surface group representation in semisimple Lie groups. Specially in hyperbolic 3-manifolds, with other collaborators he generalized William Thurston's double limit theorem to any hyperbolic 3-manifold with compressible boundary.