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Germany Arakelov Geometry, Universität Regensburg (September 6-10) Guessing Linear Response for Large Chaotic Systems (video conference)
Christophe SOULÉ Mathematics, CNRS Research Director Emeritus since 2017.
CHRISTOPHE SOULÉ submitted two papers on the morphogenesis of organisms with Andrey Minarsky, Nadia Morozova, Robert Penner, Yue Wang et al. With Thomas Espitau he started the study of Arakelov theory over the field with one element. Finally, he studied the Arakelov theory of arithmetic surfaces.
Prix J. Ponti, Académie des sciences de Paris (1985) Prix Ampère, Académie des sciences de Paris (1993) Académie des sciences de Paris, member
Editor of: European Journal of Mathematics Journal of Algebraic Geometry
With T. Chinburg and Q. Guignard On the Slopes of the Lattice of Sections of Hermitian Line Bundles J. Number Theory 228 (2021), 294-341.
Chapter I: Arithmetic Intersection Arakelov Geometry and Diophantine Applications, Lect. Notes Math. 2276 (2021).
With O. Butuzova, A. Minarsky, N. Morozova, R. Penner and G. Titova Determinism and Variability of the Morphogenesis Pathways, Developmental Biology Dev Biol. 479 (2021), 1-10.
With A. Minarsky, S. Krumsky and N. Morozova Model of Morphogenesis with Repelling Signaling Acta Biotheoretica (2021), accepted.
David RUELLE Mathematical Physics, Professor Emeritus since 2000.
DAVID RUELLE looked into the history of chaos theory during (mainly) the 1970-2000 period. He also focused on understanding the speed of scientific progress as a function of time.
Switzerland Linear Response: Rigorous Results and Applications, Bernoulli Center EPFL, Université de Lausanne (January 25-29) Guessing Linear Response for Large Chaotic Systems (video conference)
Video conference Perspectives on Climate Sciences - From Historical Developments to Research Frontiers (March 3) Chaos Theory: the Multidisciplinary Origin (video conference)
Boris Pregel Award, New York Academy of Sciences (1974) Prix Albert 1er de Monaco, Académie des sciences de Paris (1979) Dannie Heineman Prize, APS-AIP (1985) Boltzmann Medal, IUPAP (1986) Holweck Medal, Société Française de Physique & Institute of Physics (1993) Ludwig Boltzmann Forschungspreis, Land Steiemark and Universität Graz (1995) Matteucci Medal, National Academy of Sciences, Italy (2004) Henri Poincaré Prize, Daniel Iagolnitzer Foundation (2006) Peano Prize, Italy (2010) Max Planck Medal, Germany (2014) Académie des sciences de Paris, member Academia Europaea, member American Academy of Arts and Sciences, foreign member National Academy of Sciences, USA, foreign associate member Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, foreign member
On Jean Ginibre's article Reduced Density Matrices of Quantum Gases IAMP News Bulletin (October 2021), 64-65.