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The Austrian mathematician Martin Hairer, Fields Medal laureate in 2014, will give a series of seven exceptional conferences from March 16 to April 9, 2015, at École Polytechnique. Organised by the Jacques Hadamard Foundation, his lectures will be on "regularity structures."
On Monday, March 16, the mathematician Martin Hairer gives his first lecture of a series of seven at École Polytechnique. The Fields Medal laureate will speak on "regularity structures."
Martin Hairer was awarded the Fields Medal in 2014 for his contributions to the theory of stochastic partial differential equations, in particular for his theory of periodic structures. Every four years, the Fields Medal - regarded as the Nobel Prize for mathematicians - is awarded to a maximum of four mathematicians under 40 years. Martin Hairer currently teaches at the University of Warwick in the UK. He was before professor at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.
This series of advanced courses is organized by the Fondation Jacques Hadamard Mathématiques (FMJH). École Polytechnique is one of the five founding members of the Foundation, along with Université Paris-Sud, École normale supérieure de Cachan, the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques and the National Center for Scientific Research.
The "Hadamard Lectures" are modeled after the Nachdiplom lectures organized at the ETH or the Stanford Lectures. The purpose of these lectures is to help graduate students and young researchers to learn the basis of some very active area of mathematics. The lectures are dedicated to students and young researchers from members of the FMJH but are open to any interested public.
>Monday March 16 from 10am to noon.
>Thursday March 19 from 10am to noon.
>Monday March 23 from 10am to noon.
>Thursday March 26 Mars from 10am to noon.
>Monday March 30 from 10am to noon.
>Thursday April 2 from 10am to noon.
>Thursday April 9 from 10am to noon.
The "Hadamard Lectures" with Martin Hairer - Gay-Lussac Amphitheater. Open to all.
>Learn more on the website of the Jacques Hadamard Foundation
>Register online (Registering is not mandatory but it will be appreciated for purposes of organization)
>Reach the campus