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Thibault DAMOUR Theoretical Physics, Permanent Professor since 1989.
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With D. Bini and A. Geralico Radiative Contributions to Gravitational Scattering Phys. Rev. D 104 (2021), 084031.
With A. Smilga Dynamical Systems with Benign Ghosts Prepublication arXiv:2110.11175.
With M. Kramer, I. H. Stairs, R. N. Manchester, N. Wex, A. T. Deller and al. Strong-field Gravity Tests with the Double Pulsar Phys. Rev.X 11 (2021), 041050.
With D. Bini, A. Geralico, S. Laporta and P. Mastrolia Gravitational Scattering at the Seventh Order in G: Nonlocal Contribution at the Sixth Post-Newtonian Accuracy Phys. Rev. D 103 (2021), 044038 ; prepublication arXiv:2012.12918.
Denmark Amplitudes 2021, Niels Bohr International Academy, University of Copenhagen (August 16-20) Radiative Contributions to Gravitational Scattering (video presentation)
United States QCD Meets Gravity 2021, Mani L. Bhaumik Institute for Theoretical Physics, UCLA (December 13-17) Radiative Contributions to Gravitational Scattering (video conference)
Italy Conference on Gravitational Scattering, Inspiral, and Radiation, Galileo Galilei Institute, Firenze (April 26) Progress and Challenges in the Relativistic Two body Problem (conference)
Workshop on Gravitational Scattering, Inspiral, and Radiation, Galileo Galilei Institute, Firenze (May 6) Discussion with Ashoke Sen and Andy Strominger (video discussion)
In 2021, THIBAULT DAMOUR's research focused on the following two topics: 1) Effect of the exchange of radiation-type gravitons (rather than those responsible for the Newtonian-type interaction) on the dynamics of a gravitational binary system (e.g. a system of two black holes). The radiation effects are of two types: conservative and dissipative. The control of these effects is important to improve the description of the last orbits of coalescing of binary systems observed by gravitational wave detectors. This research is carried out in collaboration with Donato Bini and others. 2) Study of the hidden symmetries of five-dimensional supergravity related to the
hyperbolic Kac-Moody algebra G 2
++. This study is carried out in collaboration with Philippe Spindel and is being drafted.
CNRS Bronze Medal (1980) Prix Paul Langevin in theoretical physics, Société Française de Physique (1984) Prix Mergier Bourdeix, Académie des sciences de Paris (1990) First Award of the Gravity Research Foundation (USA) (1994) Albert Einstein Medal (1996) Cecil F. Powell Memorial Medal, European Physical Society (2005) Amaldi Medal, Società Italiana di Relatività Generale e Fisica della Gravitazione (2010) Lodewijk Woltjer Lecture Prize (2016) Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics (2016) Gruber Cosmology Prize (2016)
CNRS Gold Medal (2017) Levi Civita Prize for the Mathematical and Mechanical Sciences (2017) Galileo Galilei Medal (2021) Dirac Medal, ICTP (2021) Balzan Prize, International Balzan Prize Foundation (2021) Académie des sciences de Paris, member Academia Europaea, member Max Planck for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), Fachbeirat member Académie américaine des arts et sciences, honorary foreign member Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, foreign associate member Scientific Committee of the Galileo Galilei Institute, member
Hugo DUMINIL COPIN Mathematics, Permanent Professor since 2016,
with the support of the Chair of excellence of the IDEX Paris-Saclay project, Étude mathématique de modèles classiques et quantiques introduits en physique statistique , and of the ERC CriBLaM.
Rollo Davidson Prize (joint with Vincent Beffara) (2012) Vacheron Constantin Prize (2012) Oberwolfach Prize (2013) Early Career Award, International Association of Mathematical Physics (2015) European Mathematical Society Prize (2016) New Horizons Prize in Mathematics (2017) Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand, Académie des sciences de Paris (2017) Loève Prize (2017) ERC Starting Grant "Critical Behavior of Lattice Models" (CriBLaM) (2017) Invited Speaker ICM (2018) Dobrushin Prize (2019) Academia Europea, member
Editor of: EMS monographs in Mathematics Inventiones Mathematicae Probability and Mathematical Physics Publications de l'IHES Duke Mathematical Journal
HUGO DUMINIL-COPIN is devoting his time to the study of the height function of the six-vertex model. This central model in planar statistical physics is related to a variety of lattice models undergoing a continuous phase transition. The goal of Hugo Duminil-Copin s research is to prove conformal invariance of the six-vertex model, to be able to deduce it for all those related models.
With I. Manolescu and V. Tassion Planar Random-cluster Model: Fractal Properties of the Critical Phase Probab. Theory Relat. Fields 181, 1 (2021). Near Critical Scaling Relations for Planar Bernoulli Percolation without Differential Inequalities Prepublication arXiv:2111.14414.
With M. Aizenman and V. Tassion Marginal Triviality of the Scaling Limits of Critical 4D Ising and Φ Models Ann. of Math. 194, 1 (2021) 163-235.
With A. Rivera, P.-F. Rodriguez and H. Vanneuville Existence of an Unbounded Nodal Hypersurface for Smooth Gaussian Fields in Dimension d ≥ 3 Prepublication arXiv:2108.08008.
With M. Lis and W. Qian Conformal Invariance of Double Random Currents I: Identification of the Limit Prepublication arXiv:2107.12985.
Conformal Invariance of Double Random Currents II: Tightness and Properties in the Discrete Prepublication arXiv:2107.12880.