• Taming infinities
    Sep 28, 2015

    Colloquium de Martin Hairer

    Some physical and mathematical theories have the unfortunate feature that if one takes them at face value, many quantities of interest appear to be infinite! Various techniques, usually going under the common name of “renormalisation” have been developed over the years to address this, allowing mathematicians and physicists to tame these infinities. We will tip our toes into some of the mathematical aspects of these techniques and we will see how they have recently been used to make precise analytical statements about the solutions of some equations whose meaning was not even clear until now.

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    Irmar, Salles 04-06 du bâtiment 22

  • Journées Louis Antoine XIII (15-16 octobre 2015)
    Oct 15, 2015 to Oct 16, 2015

    Conjecture de Calabi et géométrie complexe

    Deux mini-cours de 3 heures

    • Jean-Pierre Demailly (Université Grenoble 1) : Holonomie et structure des variétés kählériennes
    • Vincent Guedj (Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse) : Le problème de Calabi de Yau à aujourd'hui

    et un exposé complémentaire

    • Felipe Riquelme (Université de Rennes1) : Uniformisation par empilements

    Plus d'information sur le site des Journées Louis Antoine

    Lieu: Université de Rennes I

  • Rencontres Doctorales Lebesgue 2015
    Oct 28, 2015 to Oct 31, 2015

    Dates : du 28 au 30 octobre 2015
    Location : UFR Sciences et Techniques Amphithéâtre Pasteur, Nantes

    Comité d’organisation : Adrien Fontaine (Rennes), Olivier Pierre (Nantes), Victor Vilaça Da Rocha (Nantes), Thomas Wallez (Nantes).

    Comité scientifique : Thomas Beaudouin (Nantes), Johan Leray (Angers), Noémie Legout (Nantes), Axel Rogue (Rennes).


    Objectif

    Le but de ces rencontres est de présenter un panorama de la recherche mathématique à travers les exposés de doctorants d’horizons géographiques et mathématiques variés ainsi que de trois chercheurs parrains de cet événement.

    Bien que principalement orientée vers les doctorants, cette conférence se veut également accessible aux étudiants de M2 désireux d’avoir un aperçu des travaux auxquels une thèse en mathématiques peut mener. Ces rencontres sont organisées avec le soutien du Centre Henri Lebesgue, du Laboratoire de mathématiques Jean Leray de Nantes, du Laboratoire angevin de recherche en mathématiques, de l’Institut de recherche en mathématique de Rennes et de l'école doctorale STIM.

  • Conference - Stochastic Geometry
    Apr 4, 2016 to Apr 8, 2016

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    Nantes, from April 4th to April 8th

    Organization board: Jean-Christophe Breton, David Coupier, Bernard Delyon, Frédéric Lavancier, Ronan Le Guével, Nathalie Krell, Nicolas Pétrélis, Anne Philippe, Paul Rochet

    In association with the GDR 3477, the Stochastic Geometry days aims at gathering together reseachers investigating from a theoretical or practical viewpoint random spatial models. For this 5th edition, the conference focuses on random geometry, point processes, spatial statistics, spatial stochastic fields, time-space processes.

    The conference will be preceded by two short courses by Hermine Biermé (Poitiers) and by Yongtao Guan (Miami) on two days.

  • Conference - Statlearn: Challenging problems in statistical learning
    Apr 7, 2016 to Apr 8, 2016

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    Vannes, from April 7th to April 8th

    Organization board: Mathieu Emily, Chloé Friguet

  • Conference - Bayesian statistics applied to archaeology
    May 2, 2016 to May 4, 2016

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    Nantes, from May 2nd to May 4th

    Organization board: Anne Philippe, Marie-­Anne Vibet, Philippe Lanos

  • Workshop - Stochastic models for climate-related risk
    May 17, 2016 to May 21, 2016

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    Vannes, from May 17th to May 21st

    Organization board: Pierre Ailliot, Valérie Monbet

  • Workshop - Spatial Statistics and Image Analysis in Biology
    May 25, 2016 to May 27, 2016

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    Rennes, from May 25th to May 27th

    Organization board: Bernard Delyon, Frédéric Lavancier, Charles Kervrann, Mélen Leclerc

Practical information for the meeting WS3

How to come to Rennes

If you arrive in Paris either by plane or train, the simplest is to use the french high-speed train (TGV) to go to Rennes (2h15' from Montparnasse station, 3h from the Airport station).

For those landing at Charles-de-Gaulle airport, you may also use a connecting flight to Rennes.

How to reach your accomodation place

To go to the Adagio hotel from the railway station: take the subway (direction J.F. Kennedy) from station "Gares" to station "Saint-Anne", and then walk on "rue d'Antrain" street (see the map below) from "Place Saint-Anne" to the hotel.

To go to Résidence universitaire from the railway station: take bus n°1 (direction Cesson-Sévigné) from stop "Gares" to stop "Mirabeau". Then walk down to builiding D (see the map below).

How to come to the conference place

The conference will take place in amphitheater N of ESIR building (ESIR=école supérieure d'ingénieurs de Rennes) on Beaulieu Campus (campus map).

From the Adagio hotel: take bus n°31 (direction "Beaulieu Chimie") from the stop "Hôtel Dieu" to the stop "Beaulieu Chimie" . You then have to walk to ESIR building (see the map below).

From Résidence universitaire: you can walk to ESIR building (see the map below).

From the railway station: take the subway (direction J.F. Kennedy) and stop at "Republique". Then take bus n°4 (direction Beaulieu Atalante) and stop at "Beaulieu Chimie". You then have to walk to ESIR building (see the map below).

Timetables, PDF maps of the bus lines are available on the Star website (only in french sorry).

Annotated map

You will find information on the conference place, bus stops, restaurants etc. on the annotated map below.

click here for a larger map

= Railway station, = Bus stop, = Accomodation place, = Conference place,
= Lunch place, = Restaurants

Partners

Affiliation

ANR CNRS Rennes 1 Rennes 2 Nantes INSA Rennes INRIA ENS Cachan UEB UNAM