From 16th to 18th of March 2022, nine lecture presentations and three round table discussions will be held in Paris, as part of commemorating the 150th anniversary of Société Mathematique de France (SMF).
In the program
- “Representation of Positive Functions by Sums of Squares”
by Francis Bach
- “Langlands program and characteristic p”
by Christophe Breuil
- “Semi-classical analysis and the classical/quantum correspondence”
by Clotilde Fermanian Kammerer
- ” Marie-Louise Jacotin (1905-1972): “a normal story” “
by Catherine Goldstein
- “Rauzy fractal, exchanges of Arnoux-Rauzy intervals and generalizations: a beautiful story that began 40 years ago, still at the heart of current mathematical research”
by Pascal Hubert
- “Discrete subgroups of higher-rank Lie groups”
by Fanny Kassel
- “Mathematics and Formal Proofs”
by Assia Mahboubi
- “Dispersive Billiard Trajectories”
by Françoise Pène
- “Chaining, a long story”
by Michel Talagrand
- Mathematics education: where are we headed?
- Should publishers be thrown in the trash?
- Why should the SMF defend human rights?
1872-2022: SMF is 150-Years-Old
These days will be an opportunity to listen to beautiful mathematics and to reflect together on the action of the SMF at the service of the mathematical community in all its aspects:
- Scientific communication, in particular through the CIRM and scientific publishing;
- Reflection on the teaching of mathematics;
- The defense of human rights;
- Action with the general public and decision-makers to make mathematics known in all its forms.
These days will be made up of nine mathematical presentations, whose speakers are listed below, and round tables that will allow us to reflect together on the actions of the SMF in terms of scientific communication, publication in the context of open science, of teaching mathematics, human rights, and the actions to be taken to make mathematics known in all its forms to the general public and to political and industrial decision-makers. Each day will be extended by a show or a play about mathematics.
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