# Highlights

### The Lebesgue labex

- makes a world-class research

as testified by the number of articles published every year in the best international journals, or the IUF nominations - is attractive

as shown by the number of CNRS researchers who chose to come there, among all possible math departments in France - invests in master, PhD and post-doc formation

with grants at all levels, that have several times given rise to thesis awards - is dynamical

with every year the organization of thematic semesters, gathering several conferences or summer schools around one common topic - participates in the diffusion of mathematics

notably with the 5 minutes Lebesgue

### A few examples

- 2018 Serge Cantat and Sébastien Gouëzel are invited as speakers to the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) in Rio.
- 2017 - 2018 post-doc Lebesgue grants attributed to Rhiannon Dougall, Valente Ramirez Garcia Luna and Olga Romaskevich
- 2017 - 2018 24 laureates for the Master Lebesgue grants
- 2017 Ferran Sunyer i Balaguer prize attributed to Julien Sebag, together with Antoine Chambert-Loir and Johannes Nicaise.
- 2017 According to the Shangaï ranking, IRMAR is among the best 75 mathematics departments worldwide.
- October 2017 Arrivals of Juliette Bavard and Marco Golla as CR CNRS in IRMAR and LMJL
- January 2017 Beginning of the thematic semester Dynamics and Geometry
- 2016 - 2017 18 laureates for the Master Lebesgue grants
- Year 2016
546 documents produced by CHL. Among them, one can (a little bit arbitrarily) distinguish the following remarkable results :
- The Poisson boundary of Out(FN) by Camille Horbez, published in
*Duke Mathematical Journal* - Interacting partially directed self avoiding walk. From phase transition to the geometry of the collapsed phase by Philippe Carmona, Gia Bao Nguyen and Nicolas Pétrélis, published in
*Annals of Probability*

- The Poisson boundary of Out(FN) by Camille Horbez, published in
- November 2016 Creation of the Lebesgue Agency of Mathematics for Innovation
- October 2016 Arrivals of Yannick Bonthonneau and Junyi Xie as CR CNRS in IRMAR
- January 2016 Beginning of the thematic semester Statistics
- 2015 - 2016 post-doc Lebesgue grants attributed to Rémi Catelier, Pavlo Mozharovskyi, Alberto Maspero and Niccolo Torri
- 2015 - 2016 20 laureates for the Master Lebesgue grants
- Year 2015
432 documents produced by CHL. Among them, one can (a little bit arbitrarily) distinguish the following remarkable results :
- Optimal Integral Pinching Results by Vincent Bour and Gilles Carron, published in
*Annales scientifiques de l'Ecole normale supérieure* - On the spectral theory of groups of affine transformations of compact nilmanifolds by Bachir Bekka and Yves Guivarc'h, published in
*Annales Scientifiques de l'École Normale Supérieure*

- Optimal Integral Pinching Results by Vincent Bour and Gilles Carron, published in
- 2015 State Prize of Science Academy attributed to Yves Guivarc'h
- 2015 Enlargment of Henri Lebesgue Center to the mathematics departments of Angers and Brest and Vannes
- 2015 ERC Grant attributed to Frédéric Bernicot for his project FAnFArE
- November 2015 Creation of the 5 minutes Lebesgue
- October 2015 Arrival of Sébastien Gouëzel as DR CNRS in LMJL
- January 2015 Beginning of the thematic semester PDEs and long times
- 2014 - 2015 post-doc Lebesgue grants attributed to Rémi Catellier, Alessio Fiorentino, Alberto Vezzani, Victoria Lebed and Andy Wand
- 2014 - 2015 18 laureates for the Master Lebesgue grants
- Year 2014
340 documents produced by CHL. Among them, one can (a little bit arbitrarily) distinguish the following remarkable result :
- On the global well-posedness of the 2D Euler equations for a large class of Yudovich type data by Frédéric Bernicot and Sahbi Keraani, published in
*Annales Scientifiques de l'École Normale Supérieure*

- On the global well-posedness of the 2D Euler equations for a large class of Yudovich type data by Frédéric Bernicot and Sahbi Keraani, published in
- 2014 Maurice Audin Prize attributed to San Vũ Ngọc
- October 2014 Arrival of Rémi Coulon as CR CNRS in IRMAR
- January 2014 Beginning of the thematic semester Around moduli spaces
- 2013 - 2014 post-doc Lebesgue grants attributed to Marco Falconi, Thuong Lê Quy and Georg Biedermann
- 2013 - 2014 16 laureates for the Master Lebesgue grants
- Year 2013
310 documents produced by CHL. Among them, one can (a little bit arbitrarily) distinguish the following remarkable results :
- Small eigenvalues of the Laplacian for algebraic measures in moduli space, and mixing properties of the Teichmüller flow by Artur Avila and Sébastien Gouëzel, published in
*Annals of Mathematics* - Normal subgroups in the Cremona group by Serge Cantat and Stéphane Lamy, published in
*Acta Mathematica*

- Small eigenvalues of the Laplacian for algebraic measures in moduli space, and mixing properties of the Teichmüller flow by Artur Avila and Sébastien Gouëzel, published in
- 2013 Blaise Pascal Prize of Science Academy attributed to Erwan Faou
- 2013 del Duca Prize of Science Academy attributed to Serge Cantat
- October 2013 Arrivals of Marianne Bessemoulin-Chatard as CR CNRS in LMJL, and of Juan Souto as DR CNRS in IRMAR
- October 2013 Arrival of Vincent Duchêne as CR CNRS in IRMAR
- January 2013 Beginning of the thematic semester Perspectives in analysis and probability
- 2012 - 2013 6 laureates for the first Master Lebesgue grants
- Year 2012
353 documents produced by CHL. Among them, one can (a little bit arbitrarily) distinguish the following remarkable results :
- Orbital stability of spherical galactic models by Mohammed Lemou, Florian Méhats and Pierre Raphael, published in
*Inventiones Mathematicae* - Rational points over finite fields for regular models of algebraic varieties of Hodge type ≥1 by Pierre Berthelot, Hélène Esnault and Kay Rülling, published in
*Annals of Mathematics*

- Orbital stability of spherical galactic models by Mohammed Lemou, Florian Méhats and Pierre Raphael, published in
- 2012
Creation of the Henri Lebesgue Center, a mathematics Labex (laboratoire d'excellence) funded by the program
*investissements d'avenir*, made of IRMAR (Rennes mathematics department), of LMJL (Nantes mathematics department), and of ENS Rennes mathematics department