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, Scientific Reports, 2018). It highlighted for the first time biological questions that led to the first published mathematical model (Peurichard et al, J Theor Biol, 2019). It will provide longitudinal

CDD CNRS, Doctoral school MathSTIC, IRMAR, PDE team Title : Multiscale analysis of waveparticle interactions. Description : This thesis is aimed to provide a rigorous mathematical analysis of some

A threeyear fullyfunded PhD position in mathematical statistics starting in October 2020 on changepoint detection and/or copula modeling is available in the framework of a collaboration project

: Andrei Pajitnov) The mathematics research activites in Nantes are coordinated by the "Laboratoire de Mathématiques Jean Leray" under the sueprvision of the CNRS and Nantes University. The LMJL is one

cells in one mathematical model. Expected results. By developing a code, based on the C++ Rheolef finite element library, we will be able to numerically solve the set of timedependent partial

with other researchers of the Institute. The Institute Denis Poisson is a laboratory of Mathematics and Theoretical Physic, based in Orléans and Tours. It includes more than 90 permanent researchers

comprises five research groups that cover a broad spectrum of pure and applied mathematics (Analysis, geometry, topology, logic, arithmetic, dynamics, combinatorics, probability, statistics, applied analysis

class of integrals over N variables in strong interactions. Such integrals allow to express various kinds of quantities appearing in mathematical physics, for instance the correlation functions in the N

of the introduction of noise should preserve the fundamental mathematical structure of the deterministic model. The geometric mechanics approach which we take here is designed to preserve the fundamental structure

), mathematical modelling (Sylvie Méléard, Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées de l'Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau) and analysis of the activity and ageing of fruit flies (Michaël Rera, Centre de Recherche