Véronique Gayrard is awarded the Gay Lussac Humboldt Award


The 2022 Gay Lussac Humboldt Award is awarded to Véronique Gayrard, CNRS senior researcher affiliated to the Institut de mathématiques de Marseille (CNRS & Aix-Marseille Université). Congratulations !

Véronique Gayrard's research focuses on the mathematical analysis of random models in statistical physics, in particular on neural networks, metastability in random dynamics, and the analysis of the long-term dynamics of disordered systems.

The Gay Lussac Humboldt Prize is awarded each year to four or five researchers: by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research to German researchers proposed by French scientists and conversely, by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to French researchers proposed by German scientists.

Véronique Gayrard was nominated for the prize by her collaborator Anton Bovier, professor at the University of Bonn (Institut für Angewandte Mathematik).