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Tenure track positions in applied maths related to environmental problems
  1. Mathematical mOdeling of NAtural dIsasters and environmental Impacts.
    A CNRS Senior Researcher Tenure Track position (2023) is available with possible affectation in our laboratory UMR5127 CNRS (application deadline April 14): More information here.
  2. Mathematics for the analysis and modelling of complex processes related to natural risks.
    A University Professor Tenure Track position (2023) will open at Université Savoie Mont Blanc in our laboratory UMR5127 CNRS for a collaboration between the LAMA UMR5127 CNRS and ISTERRE (Savoie Mont Blanc). More information will be displayed soon, during April 2023.
These positions are tenure track. Details on the tenure process here.

Maître.sse de Conférence Position
A Maître.sse de Conférence position in Section 25 (mathematics) is open at Université Savoie Mont Blanc in 2023, with priority research themes in algorithmic complexity and combinatorics.
Position details on Galaxie. Application deadline: March 30, 2023, 16pm.

Best paper award à FOCS 2022
The "P vs NP" problem is often considered one of the most important questions in theoretical computer science. Three researchers, among whom Sébastien Tavenas, CNRS researcher at LAMA, recently made a significant contribution to this particularly intricate question. Their work was distinguished by the Best paper award at the prestigious Foundations of Computer Science conference, organised by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Congratulations to them!
Article on the INS2I site.

SIAG/APDE Best Paper Prize 2022
Didier Bresch, CNRS research director at LAMA, and Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, professor at the mathematics department of Pennsylvania State University, receive the best paper award of the SIAM Activity Group on Partial Differential Equations (SIAG/APDE Best Paper Prize) for their paper "Global existence of weak solutions for compressible Navier-Stokes equations: Thermodynamically unstable pressure and anisotropic viscous stress tensor", published in Annals of Mathematics (2018).

They will receive their prize at the PD22 (SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations) conference, where they will give a talk entitled Global Weak Solutions for Heat-Conducting Compressible Navier-Stokes equations with a Truncated Virial Pressure Law, on Thursday, March 17, 2022, at 8:00am (Eastern Time, i.e., 2:00pm in France).

The jury was composed of David Ambrose (Chair), Drexel University ; John Ball, Heriot-Watt University ; Patricia Bauman, Purdue University West Lafayette ; Maria-Carme Calderer, University of Minnesota ; and Tasso Kaper, Boston University.

Congratulations to them for their exceptional scientific contribution, which opens new research avenues in the field!

Article on the SIAM site.

News !

  • Clément Lagisquet: PhD defense. Combinatorial and discrete geometrical aspects of protein fibres and condensates. On December the 14th, 2022, 2:00pm, in room Thomas Lachand-Robert. Thesis supervised by Laurent Vuillon.

  • Tristan Humbert: PhD defense. Bounds on the number of real solutions to sparse polynomial system of small dimension and codimension. On December the 7th, 2022, 11:30am, in room Thomas Lachand-Robert. Thesis supervised by Frédéric Bihan.

  • Mickael Nahon: PhD defense, entitled "Problèmes à discontinuité libre de type Robin", on Thursday, July 7, 2022, at 1:00pm, Thomas Lachand-Robert room. PhD thesis supervised by Dorin Bucur.

  • Aria Gheeraert: PhD defense, entitled "Une approche multidisciplinaire de l'étude de la dynamique des protéines et de la transmission de signaux", on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, at 2:00pm, Thomas Lachand-Robert room. PhD thesis supervised by Laurent Vuillon.

  • Public event Face au changement climatique, le champ des possibles, involving mathematics and other disciplines, on November 26 and 27, 2021, at Musée des Confluences in Lyon.

  • Fall School of Institut des Mathématiques pour la Planète Terre, November 23-26, 2021.

  • Rémy Nguyen successfully defended his PhD, "Polynôme de Poincaré virtuel d'une formule semi-linéaire générique", on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. This thesis was supervised by Georges Comte.

  • Michel Raibaut successfully defended his habilitation online, on Thursday, June 17, 2021. "Analyse et Géométrie non-archimédiennes, Fronts d'ondes et Singularités." Jury members:
    Raf Cluckers (Research director, University of Lille, KU-Leuven, Belgique)
    Georges Comte (Professor, Savoie Mont Blanc University)
    Julia Gordon (Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
    Tom Hales (Professor, University of Pittsburgh, USA)
    François Loeser (Professor, Sorbonne University, Paris)
    Johannes Nicaise (Professor, Imperial College, Londres, KU-Leuven, Belgique)
    Adam Parusinski (Professor, Côte d’Azur University, Nice).

  • Benoît Collange successfully defended his PhD, "Energy Systems Diagnosis through Intelligent Analysis of High Dimensional Data Structures", on Wednesday, May 26, 2021.
    This thesis was directed by Denys Dutykh (LAMA) and supervised by Sylvain Lespinats (CEA-INES).

  • Hasti Vakili successfully defended her PhD, "Singularités de familles linéaires de matrices symétriques", on Thursday, December 17, 2020. This thesis was cosupervised by Krzysztof Kurdyka and Olivier Le Gal (LAMA).

  • Lars Andersen successfully defended his PhD, "Sur la topologie des singularités réelles", on Friday, December 18, 2020. This thesis was cosupervised by Georges Comte and Michel Raibaut (LAMA).

  • Ahmed Abdalazeez successfully defended his PhD, "Influence of sea bed bathymetry and coastal topography on statistical characteristics of wave run-up on a beach", on November 26, 2020. This thesis was supervised by Denys Dutykh (LAMA).

  • Pierre Lafontaine successfully defended his PhD, "Analyse mathématique de l'effet croisé de la dispersion et de l'hétérogénéité démographique sur la diversité génétique d'une métapopulation", on Wednesday, December 2, 2020. This thesis was cosupervised by Dorin Bucur and Jimmy Garnier (LAMA).

  • Daniel Antunes will defend his thesis Tuesday the 3rd of November 2020 in Le Bourget du Lac, in room B-200, about "Geometric constraints and variational approaches to image analysis" This defense will accessible only by videoconference following the link This thesis is co-advised by Jacques-Olivier Lachaud (Lama, USMB) and Hugues Talbot (CentraleSupélec, Université Paris Saclay). You can also download the slides following the link Slides.

  • The Graduate School Solar Academy in partnership with CEA, INES, CNRS and USMB organize a autumn school from 19 to 23 of Octobre, 2020, on the Bourget du Lac campus, on the solar energy thema. Denys Dutykh is member of the organizing comittee and Laurent Vuillon will be a speaker of a plenary session. More information on the school website: Scientific Solar Summer School “4Sun” and on the flyer. Conjointly the École Universitaire de Recherche (EUR) "Solar Academy" will be inaugurated.

  • Covid-19

    Covid-19 dispositive in Lama Lab follows the rules given by USMB and Ministry for Education and Research. This access to the Lab is very restricted. Scientif activities such as regular seminars are temporarily suspended. USMB special rules and many others informations can be consulted on the dedicated page.

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  • Conférence BSDE 2020

    In the current context of the Covid-19 pandemic, the organizers of the BSDE 2020 colloquium, Philippe Briand, Paul-Eric Chaudru de Raynal et Céline Labart took the decision to postpone this colloquium to 2021, at similar dates. This symposium, embedded in a symposium cycle organized every three years about BSDEs and Mean Field Systems, can't be satisfactorily organized for the moment. Practical informations on the conference website.


    The PERSYVAL LabEx and the MSTIC pole organize a scientific day on Thursday, the 16th of january 2020. This day will provide the opportunity to show some results before begining Persyval-2. One can find the complete program and the inscription form (before 01/09/2020) on this page: Day_MSTIC-PERSY.

  • 2019-2020 : the year of mathematics
    Following a proposition of the CNRS, the Ministry of National Education declared the year 2019-2020, year of mathematics.
    You can find on the web site Année des mathématiques, some special related events.

  • You can find older archives on this page.
  • (Co-)organized manifestions by LAMA members

Next seminars

EDPs²Friday 31st March 2023 à 14h Marie Amélie Morlais (Université du Maine),
Optimal switching problems and related systems of PDEs with (interconnected) obstacles.

GéométrieThursday 21st September 2023 à 14h Dimitri Wyss (EPFL Lausanne),
À venir

LIMDThursday 6th April 2023 à 10h Damien Pous (Lyon),
Reductions for Kleene algebra with top (jww Jana Wagemaker, after discussions with Paul Brunet, Amina Doumane & Jurriaan Rot)

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