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URL:https://www.imperial.ac.uk/events/99291/newfrontiersinmathematics/
LOCATION:United Kingdom
SUMMARY:New Frontiers in Mathematics
CLASS:PUBLIC
DESCRIPTION:Registration for this event is now full\; if you wish to be put
on the waiting list please email Rusudan Svanidze: r.svanidze@imperial.a
c.uk.\nThe symposium ‘New Frontiers in Mathematics’ marks the inaugura
tion of the international joint Mathematics Laboratory ‘Abraham de Moivr
e’ between Imperial College London and CNRS. Laboratory Abraham de Moivr
e will be a ‘Unite Mixte Internationale (UMI)’\, the highest level of
commitment of CNRS into an international partnership.\nBy the creation of
this joint laboratory CNRS and Imperial College London will establish a lo
ngterm partnership which aims to serve as a hub for collaborations betwee
n the French and UK mathematics communities. This collaboration was starte
d a few years ago by the establishment of the joint ICLCNRS Fellowships i
n Mathematics\, jointly funded by the Department of Mathematics at Imperia
l College and the Mathematics Institute INSMI of CNRS and supporting exten
ded stays of French Academics at Imperial College. This program will be st
rengthened in many ways by the creation of the UMI Abraham de Moivre. In p
articular\, it will open new opportunities to Academics from Imperial Coll
ege to make extended stays in French labs and will facilitate the organiza
tion of joint networks\, workshops and conferences. The scientific span
of the UMI Abraham de Moivre concerns all domains of mathematics and of th
eir interactions with other fields\, such as physics\, computer science\,
biology\, economics\, social sciences\, etc.\nThe UMI Abraham de Moivre is
located within the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London\,
which is one of the most prominent Mathematics Department in the UK. Impe
rial College is among the top Five Universities in STEM (Science\, Technol
ogy\, Engineering and Mathematics) in the UK and ranks within the top univ
ersities in all worldwide rankings. The name of the UMI is a tribute to Fr
ench Mathematician Abraham de Moivre who was instrumental in the developme
nt of geometry and probability theory. De Moivre established himself in Lo
ndon following the revoking of the Edict of Nantes and became a member of
the Royal Society and part of the English scientific establishment which a
t that time included Isaac Newton and Edmund Halley among others.\nAgenda\
n\nMorning session. Chair: Dr. Ana Caraiani\, Imperial College\n\n\n\n10:0
010:30\n\nProf. Pascal Auscher\, Scientific Director of INSMICNRS\nProf.
James Stirling\, Provost of Imperial College London\nWelcome and perspect
ives of the International Joint Unit ‘Abraham de Moivre\n\n\n\n10:3011:
20\n\nProf. Martin Hairer\, FRS\, Fields Medallist\, Imperial College\nBri
dging scales\n\n\n\n11:2011:50\n\nCoffee break\n\n\n\n11:5012:40\n\nProf
. Etienne Ghys\, French Academy of Sciences\, CNRS and Ecole Normale Sup
érieure de Lyon\nSingular points of analytic curves\n\n\n\n12:4014:00\n\
nLunch\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAfternoon session. Chair\, Prof. XueMei Li\, Imperial
College\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n14:0014:50\n\nProf. Emmanuel Breuillard\, Univers
ity of Cambridge\nHomogeneous flows and diophantine geometry\n\n\n\n14:50
15:20\n\nCoffee break\n\n\n\n15:2016:10\n\nProf. Cédric Villani\, Fields
medallist\, Member of the French Parliament\n\n\n\n16:1017:00\n\nRefresh
ments\n\n\n\n\n
XALTDESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Registration for this event is now
full\; if you wish to be put on the waiting list please email Rusudan Svan
idze: r.svanidze@imperial.ac.uk.
\nThe symposium
‘New Frontiers in Mathematics’ marks the inauguration of the internat
ional joint Mathematics Laboratory ‘Abraham de Moivre’ between Imperia
l College London and CNRS. Laboratory Abraham de Moivre will be a ‘Unite
Mixte Internationale (UMI)’\, the highest level of commitment of CNRS i
nto an international partnership.
\nBy the creation of this joint la
boratory CNRS and Imperial College London will establish a longterm partn
ership which aims to serve as a hub for collaborations between the French
and UK mathematics communities. This collaboration was started a few years
ago by the establishment of the joint ICLCNRS Fellowships in Mathematics
\, jointly funded by the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College and
the Mathematics Institute INSMI of CNRS and supporting extended stays of
French Academics at Imperial College. This program will be strengthened in
many ways by the creation of the UMI Abraham de Moivre. In particular\, i
t will open new opportunities to Academics from Imperial College to make e
xtended stays in French labs and will facilitate the organization of joint
networks\, workshops and conferences. The scientific span of the UMI Ab
raham de Moivre concerns all domains of mathematics and of their interacti
ons with other fields\, such as physics\, computer science\, biology\, eco
nomics\, social sciences\, etc.
\nThe UMI Abraham de Moivre is locat
ed within the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London\, which
is one of the most prominent Mathematics Department in the UK. Imperial C
ollege is among the top Five Universities in STEM (Science\, Technology\,
Engineering and Mathematics) in the UK and ranks within the top universiti
es in all worldwide rankings. The name of the UMI is a tribute to French M
athematician Abraham de Moivre who was instrumental in the development of
geometry and probability theory. De Moivre established himself in London f
ollowing the revoking of the Edict of Nantes and became a member of the Ro
yal Society and part of the English scientific establishment which at that
time included Isaac Newton and Edmund Halley among others.
\nAgend
a
\n\n
Morning session. Chair: Dr. Ana Ca
raiani\, Imperial College
\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n<
td>\n
Prof. Martin Hairer\, FRS\, Fields Medallist\, Imperial College
\n
Bridging scales
\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n
10:0010:30  \n Prof. Pascal Auscher\, Scientific Director of
INSMICNRS \nProf. James Stirling\, Provost of Imperial College Lond
on \nWelcome and perspectives of the International Joint Unit
‘Abraham de Moivre \n 
10:3011:20 
11:2011:50\n  \n Coffee break \n 
11:5012:4
0  \n Prof. Etienne Ghys\, French Academy of Sciences\, CNRS an
d Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon \nSingular points of analy
tic curves \n 
12:4014:00  \n Lunch \n 
\n
\n\n
Afternoon session. Chair\, Prof. XueMei Li\, Imperial C
ollege
\n\n\n\n\n\n
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14:0014:50  \n Prof. Emmanuel Breuillard\, Un
iversity of Cambridge \nHomogeneous flows and diophantine geomet
ry \n 
14:5015:20  \n Coffee
break \n 
15:2016:10  \n Prof.
Cédric Villani\, Fields medallist\, Member of the French Parliament \n

16:1017:00  \n Refreshments\n 
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