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CIRM’s local, national and international missions: :

  • to share the latest discoveries in mathematical sciences
  • to progress on core questions in this discipline
  • to prepare ambitious projects in collaboration with other sciences
  • to ensure transfer of knowledge towards young researchers and doctoral students.

CIRM’s core activitity: organizing events of various types

  • Conferences & Research Schools

Lasting 5 days in great majority with an average of 60 to 90 participants. The calendar for these events is planned two years in advance.

  • Workshops 

Lasting from 2 to 5 days and more specialized than the conferences / schools, the Workshops welcome between 5 and 50participants. This format is particularly well suited to the activities of Research Groups or ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) actions.

  • Residence

Two or three researchers meet for two weeks at CIRM to finalize an article, a book chapter or to launch a new collaboration.

  • Thematics sessions

They specialize on particular topics and last several weeks or months. These longer sessions include the CEMRACS, the Thematic Month and the Jean Morlet Chair semesters.


CIRM is a Unité d’Appui à la Recherche (UAR) headed by a director, the only permanent scientist on site.

CIRM is governed by an administrative council.

To implement its scientific policy, CIRM relies on an international scientific committee.