Hadamard Lectures

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  • First Hadamard Lectures:

  • The Fondation Mathématiques Jacques Hadamard (FMJH) is organizing a new series of advanced lectures, the "Hadamard Lectures", which are modeled after the Nachdiplom lectures organized at the ETH or the Stanford Lectures which have been organized in Stanford.
    The purpose of these lectures is to help graduate students and young researchers to learn the basis of some very active area of mathematics. The lectures will be dedicated to students and young researchers from FMJH's founders (ENS Cachan, École Polytechnique, Paris-Sud University (Orsay) and IHÉS) but will be open to any interested public.
    We plan to publish the corresponding lecture notes (from notes taken by some graduate student attending the lectures)  in a dedicated series.

  • The first series is

Error estimates in stochastic homogenization  by
PR. DR. FELIX OTTO (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the sciences, LEIPZIG) March 8th - April 6th, 2012:


Dates and locations:

Thursdays (March 8th, 15th, 22nd and April 5th, 2012): 14:00-16:00
In Paris Sud 11 University, Orsay - building 425 - room 225-227 (2nd floor)

  • Fridays (March 9th, 16th, 23rd and April 6th, 2012): 10:00-12:00
    In Paris Sud 11 University, Orsay - building 425 - room 113-115 (1st floor)


You can register to these lectures by filling up the on-line form.
Registration is not compulsory but it would help for practical organization of the lectures.

Contact : Anna Cadoret (anna -dot- cadoret -at- math -dot- polytechnique -dot- fr)