Developing and understanding mathematical structures and models
A portrait of Anna Erschler, CNRS Silver Medal 2021
Anna Erschler CNRS senior researcher in Paris.
Sophie Germain, an audacious woman and mathematician
Celebrated through an exhibition, a book and a film.
Fractals and medicine
How do mathematics help doctors? By Stéphane Seuret, Professor at Université Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne.
Model and decision making
How mathematics help address climatic issues, by Mathilde Mougeot, Professor at ENSIIE.
Vortex and smoke ring
What is the trajectory of a smoke ring spewed by a volcano? By Evelyne Miot, CNRS junior researcher.
Wave stability and risk prevention
Waves are fun if you surf, tsunamis are dangerous... By Sylvie Benzoni-Gavage, Professor at Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1.
How can we limit contamination in schools?
Modeling school schedules during a pandemic, by Bertrand Maury, Professeur at Paris-Saclay University and ENS Paris.
Can we model of a crowd mathematically?
Predicting the behavior of a crowd during an evacuation, by Bertrand Maury, Professeur at Paris-Saclay University and ENS Paris.
Braiding and knot theory
What if we brought dancers to dance on bagel forms... By Paolo Bellingeri, Assistant Professor at Université Caen Normandie.
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