The IMU Committee for Women in Mathematics invites proposals for funding of up to €3000 for activities or initiatives taking place in 2018, aimed at either:
A Professor at the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) in Princeton, New Jersey, since 2012, Vladimir Voevodsky worked on the homotopy theory of schemes, algebraic K-theory, and interrelations between algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology.
He was awarded the 2002 Fields Medal “especially for his work on motivic cohomology and homotopy theory for algebraic varieties and his proof of the Milnor conjecture.”
Christophe Berthon is appointed Scientific Manager for Data and Calculus for the National Institute for mathematical sciences and their interactions (Insmi) of the CNRS.
"Åsgard Research Programme" has been initiated by the Department for scientific cooperation of the French Embassy in Norway in 2005. It aims at inviting French scientists for a one-week visit to Norway, during which they will be given the opportunity to meet Norwegian counterparts, visit private and public research institutions, and give a series of lectures and courses.
The call for applications is launched, with a deadline on the 15th of December, 2017.
The Quantum Engineering project at the University Grenoble Alpes hosts two PhD programs which are aimed for candidates interested in Quantum Engineering, especially at the interface between physics, mathematics, computer sciences, social sciences, humanities, or with industrial coaching:
The maths laboratory Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse in France celebrates its 10th anniversary on September 22nd, 2017. Testimonies, scientific lectures and festivities are planned.
The President of the European Research Council since January 2014, Jean-Pierre Bourguignon was re-appointed by the European Commission. His mandate will be extended for two years until the end of 2019.