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2020 André-Aisenstadt Prize Lectures: ex aequo by Robert Haslhofer (University of Toronto) and Egor Shelukhin (Université de Montréal)

1st Conference, January 22, 2021 at 3 p.m. (videoconference)

Robert Haslhofer ((University of Toront), ex aequo

Title: Mean curvature flow through neck-singularities

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CRM's Best wishes for 2021


Quebec's three CNRS International Research Laboratory (UMI/IRL) united around a research project

As part of the Action 2020 Climate Change , call for projects, an interdisciplinary CNRS initiative, the research project led by the CNRS director of UMI-CRM Olivier Lafitte, was selected.
This project has received financial support from the CNRS through the MITI interdisciplinary programs.
The teams that will work on the project are: UMI-CRM , UMI-LN2 et UMI-Takuvik.
For more information


The CRM is proud to share its Statement on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

An Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Statement is a starting point for a range of actions and collaborations. At the Centre de recherches mathématiques, we want to open our doors (virtual and physical) to greater diversity. As an institute dedicated to research in mathematical sciences, the CRM is committed to offer an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment to all members of its mathematical community.
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CRM-CAMP COLLOQUIUM: A complete proof of the Feigenbaum conjectures

On December 8 at 10 a.m., the CRM CAMP in Nonlinear Analysis is fortunate to have a presentation by Jean-Pierre Eckmann (University of Geneva), a world authority in mathematical physics and dynamic. Since June 23, 2020, the CRM CAMP project brings together the community of researchers scattered around the globe in the area of computer-assisted methods of proof, especially those working in the areas of dynamical systems theory and nonlinear analysis.
To register


MAIN 2020, 4th edition of the Montreal AI and Neuroscience conference

From December 1 to 3, 2020 online

The UNIQUE Center is pleased to announce that registration is open for the 4th edition of the Montreal AI and Neuroscience conference, MAIN 2020 (Dec 1-3rd, 2020). MAIN is an international meeting jointly organized by the UNIQUE centre and the CRM since 2017. Every year MAIN brings together trainees and scientists at the intersection between biological and artificial intelligence.

We have put together a fantastic scientific program with over 25 speakers and panelists, including 4 keynote lectures by:
➤ Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)
➤ Stanislas Dehaene (Collège de France)
➤ Eve Marder (Brandeis University, MA, USA)
➤ Nicole Rust (University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)

Check out the program and register free,today @ site MAIN2020


2020 CRM-Fields-PIMS Prize Lectures: Catherine Sulem (University of Toronto)

November 24, 2020 at 7 p.m. (videoconference)

The dynamics of ocean waves

November 25, 2020 at 7 p.m. (videoconference)

The Derivative Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation: Global Existence and Soliton Resolution

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Aisenstadt Chair Lecture Wieslawa Niziol

Title: Hodge Theory of p-adic varieties

Thematic Semester: Number Theory - Cohomology in Arithmetic

As part of the Thematic Semester and of the Quebec Mathematical Sciences Colloquium, Wieslawa Niziol (CNRS, Université Sorbonne) will give a lecture Friday, November 20, 2020 at 3 p.m. (videoconference).To register for this lecture 

As part of the Thematic Semester, Wieslawa Niziola will give three more lectures that will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Monday November 30, Tuesday December 1st and Wednesday December 2, 2020.

To register for these three lectures


LOOKING FOR: Coordinator for Industrial Problem Solving Workshop - August 2021

To all interested professors: would you like to be part of the 11th edition of the Industrial Problem Solving Workshop 2021? We are starting to recruit! More details and preliminary registration before November 20, 2020 here. A wonderful opportunity of collaborating with the industry!


CRM-Simons Bridge for Postdoctoral Fellowships

As part of its partnership with the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM) and in response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Simons Foundation has created the Simons Bridge for Postdoctoral Fellowships. Thus, three one-year positions are open at the CRM for September 2021 and three others for Septembre 2022!

For more information

To apply, submit your application to Mathjobs.

The CRM is proud to subscribe to the Université de Montréal's policy of adapting to diversity and is committed to taking into account the diversity and the systemic and individual barriers to access.

Deadline: Friday, November 13, 2020


CRM STATLAB - CANSSI Postdoctoral Fellowship 2021-2022

The CRM StatLab and CANSSI invite applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in statistics. The deadline for submitting applications is January 31, 2021 for a position starting April 1, 2021.

To apply


Arithmetic quotients of locally symmetric spaces and their cohomology

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Trigonometric functions and modular symbols conference by the French mathematician and Aisenstadt Chair Nicolas Bergeron.

We share with you here an excerpt from his last Friday conference. He will stay with us for a whole week, from October 19 to 23, as part of the workshop: Arithmetic quotients of locally symmetrical spaces and their cohomology.

This workshop is part of the Thematic Semester Number Theory - Cohomology in Arithmetic, and you can register here:

http://www.crm.umontreal.ca/2020/Arithmetic20/index_e.php


Aisenstadt Chair Nicolas Bergeron Lecture

As part of the Thematic Semester:  Number Theory - Cohomology in Arithmetic  Nicolas BergeronNicolas Bergeron (École normale supérieure, France) Lecture’s title: Trigonometric functions and modular symbols

Friday October 16, 2020 at 3 p.m., online.

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André-Aisenstadt Prize 2020, won ex-aequo by Robert Haslhofer and Egor Shelukhin 

This year, the André-Aisenstadt Prize recognizes the talent of two young Canadian mathematicians. The CRM International Scientific Advisory Committee met to select this year's winner and was so impressed with their accomplishments that it recommended that both be awarded the prize. This is rarely done and is certainly an expression of high appreciation.

The two laureates chosen by the International Scientific Committee of the CRM are:

Robert Haslhofer(Université de Toronto) Egor Shelukhin (Université de Montréal)

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CRM Laboratories

Mathematical Analysis
Both classical and central to modern mathematics, mathematical analysis lies at the core of our understanding of any continuous system. The mathematical analysis laboratory has undertaken in-depth studies of dynamical systems, partial differential equations and spectra of operators.

CAMBAM
The objective of CAMBAM (Center for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine) is the application of mathematics to address biological challenges across all levels of biological organisation ranging from the molecular/genetic through single cell and whole organ physiology to population and ecosystem dynamics.

CICMA
CICMA is an inter-university research center officially established in 1989. Its research activities are concentrated on number theory, arithmetic geometry, computational algebra and sporadic finite groups.

CIRGET
CIRGET is a joint force of researchers at the cutting-edge of international research in differential geometry, topology, geometric group theory and mathematical physics.

GIREF
GIREF gathers researchers and research groups from several academic institutions in order to facilitate research, development, training of specialists and interaction with the industrial circles in the field of modeling an numeric simulation.

LaCIM
Founded in 1982, LaCIM is one of the principal research center in combinatorics, algebraic combinatorics and theoretical computer science on the international scene.

Applied Mathematics
As a result of state-of-the-art computational resources, it has become possible to simulate problems and figure solutions that we only dreamed of a decade ago. This has been a driving force in the creation of this laboratory.

Mathematical Physics
Mathematical physics represents one of the traditional strengths of the CRM since the beginning of the 1970's. Research focus on several of the most active scientific areas in mathematical physics.

Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA)
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are dynamic and ever-expanding disciplines. The incorporation of MILA into the CRM will give the CRM a more important role within the so-called “digital strategy” of the Québec government.

PhysNum
The work of PhysNum is focused on cerebral imaging and its method. Started within a collaboration with INSERM (Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière) and the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal, this trend took shape during the study of reconstruction signals in magnetoencephalographic problems.

Probability
Probability lab members pursue research in a broad range of areas, spanning theoretical and applied, continuous and discrete probability. A particular focus is on the development and analysis of probabilistic models for real-world phenomena from physics, biology, statistics and computer science.

Quantact
The Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Laboratory is an inter-university group of researchers focused on the mathematics of actuarial science and finance. Its research activities are concentrated on the applications of probabilistic and statistical techniques to analyze random events with financial impact.

Statistics
Statistics is central to many endeavours in society. Whether it be through surveys from sampling, clinical trials to study various biomedical treatments or experimental designs in agriculture or industry, statistical methodology can be found everywhere in science. The statistics laboratory rallies a great number of statisticians from Eastern Canada.