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- Post-doc positionsDec 15, 2014 to Mar 31, 2015
*Henri Lebesgue Center offers post-doc positions for researchers in mathematics.*### Description

The Henri Lebesgue Center invites applications for post-doctoral positions in mathematics for a period of six months to a year (renewable once). The hired applicant will conduct his/her research at the Institut de recherche mathématique de Rennes (Irmar) or at the Laboratoire de Mathématiques Jean Leray (LMJL) of Nantes.

The position is open to all research areas present within Irmar or LMJL. It does not include an obligation to teach.

The net salary will be 2 225 Euros per month.

### Deadlines

**The application for 2015-2016 is now open.***Sending application: between the 15th of December 2014 and the 31st of March 2015.**The 12-month positions are expected to begin on September 1st or October 1st, 2015.*### Eligibility

Candidates must have completed a PhD in mathematics, or equivalent, at the date of taking office. The candidate must submit an original research project including a collaboration with one or more local researcher (s) of Irmar or LMJL.

Applicants must complete the online form where they have to join the following documents:

• CV describing the candidate's profile and professional experience (list of publications, research topics, activities)

• Cover letter including the research project

• At least two letters of recommendation, including one from the local researcher involved in the project*(these letters can be uploaded by the applicant or directly sent by the recommending persons at the email address indicated in the second page of the online form)*### Selection

The selection will be carried by the Lebesgue Scientific Committee.

### Nominees

- Application for the Lebesgue Master ScholarshipJan 12, 2015 to Mar 31, 2015
*The Lebesgue Center offers 10000€ scholarships to outstanding mathematics students applying for a master program in mathematics in Rennes or Nantes.*### Eligibility

The stipend is 10,000 euros per year. A student applying for the first year of a master (M1) will be allowed to apply for another scholarship for the second year (M2).

The M1 scholarships are open to all students who have completed a bachelor's degree in mathematics (or related) at the end of the academic year 2014-2015 and have not started a master in mathematics.

The M2 scholarships are open to all students who have completed the first year of a master in mathematics (or related) at the end of the academic year 2014-2015.

The courses of the second year of Master (M2) may be taught in English.### Deadlines

The application for the lebesgue Master Scholarship is open from

*January 12th to March 31, 2015.*

The results of the selection process will be edited in May 2015.### Contact

Applicants can obtain more information about the masters programmes on the page: Information.

### Application

Applicants must complete the online form and attach the documents:

- CV

- Transcripts

- One or more letters of recommendation.Applicants must submit the application only when it is complete. Only electronic submission using the online form will be considered.

### Selection

The selection will be carried out by the Lebesgue Scientific Committee and the heads of the Masters programmes in Rennes and Nantes. It will be based on the academic quality of the applicant.

### Nominees

- Post-doc in "Computational algebraic geometry and number theory"Jan 26, 2015
The mathematical department IRMAR, part of Rennes 1 University in the west of France, is advertising a 1-year post-doctoral position in the area of « computational algebraic geometry and number theory with applications to cryptography ».

This can be understood in a broad sense. For instance it includes the following topics:

- invariant theory (in particular classical invariant theory of n-ary forms),

- theta functions (explicit relations between a curve and its Jacobian,…),

- moduli spaces of curves and abelian varieties (field of moduli, Siegel modular forms,..)

- Sato-Tate or Katz-Sarnak distributions of traces of Frobenius,

- curves with many points over finite fields,

- curve cryptography (DLP, point counting algorithms, pairings…)Candidates must hold a PhD thesis or equivalent in mathematics or computer science, together with a strong research record. Moreover, they have to be

*foreigner*or if they are French, they need to have spent 12 months abroad in the last 3 years.The starting date can be arranged as convenient between 1st of June and 1st of September 2015.

Applications and requests for further information should be directed to Christophe Ritzenthaler. Applicants should send detailed curriculum vitae, list of publications, a short research proposal and provide 2 names for possible recommendation letters.

- Meeting - Mathematical physicsFeb 2, 2015 to Feb 6, 2015
**Nantes, from February 2nd to February 6th**The aim of the GDR dynqua is to structure the community of reaserchers interested in the theoretical and mathematical aspects of quantum mechanics. This is also one of the themes developped in the ANR NOSEVOL project. The present common conference, opening the thematic semester "PDEs and large time behavior", is an occasion to give a special enlightening to this very active domain.

The conferences will take place at

**Amphi Pasteur**of the Campus sciences of the University of Nantes from Monday 2nd of February at 2pm to Friday 6th at midday (see the information page).(NB : Registration is now closed)

*Organization board*: Frédéric Hérau, Alain Joye, François Nicoleau, Stéphane Nonnenmacher, Joe Viola, San Vũ Ngọc*Scientific board*: Vincent Bruneau, Eric Cancès, Stephan De Bièvre, Jan Derezinski, Bertrand Georgeot, François Germinet, Gian-Michele Graf, Frédéric Hérau, Alain Joye, Jean-Philippe Nicolas, Stéphane Nonnenmacher, Claude-Alain Pillet, Benjamin Schlein, Sergey Skipetrov, San Vũ Ngọc, Simone Warzel, Maciej Zworski### Speakers

Virginie Bonnallie-Noël (CNRS et ENS Paris)

Eric Cancès (Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées)

Jean Dolbeault (CNRS et Paris Dauphine University)

Rémy Dubertrand (University of Toulouse)

Michael Hall (University of Rennes 1)

Lysianne Hari (University of Pisa)

Daniel Hernangomez (University of Grenoble)

Alexei Iantchenko (Malmö University)

Hiroshi Isozaki (University of Tsukuba)

David Krejcirik (Nuclear Physics Institute of the ASCR)

Yoshinori Morimoto (Kyoto University)

Alberto Parmeggiani (University of Bologna)

Marcello Porta (University of Zürich)

Bruno Premoselli (University of Cergy-Pontoise)

Simona Rota Nodari (University of Lille 1)

Eric Séré (paris Dauphine University)

Heinz Siedentop (Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich)

Emilie Soret (University of Lille 1)

Dominique Spehner (University of Grenoble)

Franck Sueur (University of Bordeaux)

Emmanuel Trélat (University Pierre and Marie Curie)

Maciej Zworski (University of California, Berkeley)

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