Four regular seminars take place at LAMA, in the seminar room, second floor of the building Le Chablais, on the Bourget-du-lac (Savoy) site. On one hand, there are three weekly seminars:

On the other hand, the department’s seminar takes place about every three months. It welcomes a well-known external personality, talking on a subject interesting members of several teams, or a new member of the laboratory.

Lastly, the seminar of phd students takes place every two month or so. It welcomes a young researcher (either graduate student, phd student, post-doc, ATER, ...), from the Lama or from any lab of the region, for a general presentation (which must be understandable by everyone).

The CMI seminar takes place every month. It welcomes a researcher presenting its work to student following the Master Ingenior Cursus (CMI).

Next seminars:

LAMAThursday 11th January 2018 at 14h Pierre Arnoux (Marseille),
TBA

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TBA

EDPs²Friday 24th November 2017 at 10h Antonio Leaci (Università del Salento),
Image segmentation and inpainting by variational methods.

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The aim of the talk is to provide a concise survey of some results about variational methods for image segmentation and inpainting, in the framework of functions of Special Bounded Variation in the sense of De Giorgi.

GéométrieThursday 23rd November 2017 at 14h30 Antoine Ducros (Institut Mathématiques de Jussieu, Paris 6),
Intégrales non archimédiennes comme limites d'intégrales complexes.

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LIMDThursday 14th December 2017 at 10h Séminaire Chocola (TBA),
TBA

LaboThursday 11th January 2018 at 14h Pierre Arnoux (Marseille),
TBA

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CMIThursday 23rd November 2017 at 12h50 Georges Comte (LAMA),
L'histoire des mathématiques a-t-elle un sens ?

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Je donnerai un aperçu très rapide des grandes séquences historiques qui ont vu se développer, mais aussi refluer, la pratique des mathématiques. Ce coup d'oeil rétrospectif sera l'occasion d'interroger ce que disent les mathématiques : ont-elles un objet préétabli, une visée nécessaire, un sens avéré ?