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The primary goal of MOMI is to encourage young researchers to discover the link between the industrial world and applied mathematics and familiarize themselves with the opportunities it offers.
Place : Inria, Sophia Antipolis, Bâtiment Kahn
Joseph Fourier was born 250 years ago. Elected a member of the Academy of Sciences in 1817, he is one of the greatest names in mathematics and physics of the nineteenth century. In his famous treatise "Théorie analytique de la chaleur" published in 1822, he developed his theory of the propagation of heat, for which he invented new mathematical tools which would later find many applications, particularly in signal theory.
Today more than ever, Fourier's work remains relevant. Wavelet theory, which can be seen as a generalization of Fourier analysis, plays a fundamental role in the applications of mathematics to image coding, processing and compression.
An exceptional scientist but also a great servant of the State engaged in public life, notably as Prefect of Isère, Fourier remains an astonishingly modern scientist.
Place : IUT Charlemagne
Guest(s) : Jean Dhombres (Directeur de recherche CNRS émérite Centre Alexandre Koyré/EHESS )
Prize and distinction
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The L’Oréal – UNESCO 2019 Young Talent Award
A postdoc student at the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest centre working as part of an oncology modelling team (MONC), Floriane Gidel opted for mathematics, attracted as she was to the diverse nature of its areas of application. She currently designs models for a new form of cancer treatment, electroporation, working alongside radiologists and biologists. The L’Oréal-UNESCO Young Talent Award comes as recognition for her incredible career to date, which has seen her working in five different countries across Europe.