The LMH Mathematics for Life Sciences (Math-SV) program supports and organizes the growth of the mathematics at the interface with life sciences (biology, ecology, medicine) on the Saclay campus. It covers both the training and the research with the triple goal :
► to build a world-class research center on mathematics at the interface with life sciences,
► to train first-class mathematicians (on modeling, numerics, statistics, etc) aware of the main concepts and challenges in biology and ecology,
► to strengthen, at the scale of our community, biotechnological innovation on the Saclay campus by a high-level scientific environment.
On the training side, the LMH-SV labex actively supports the Master program MathSV from Paris-Saclay University by funding :
► lectures by prominent reseachers from the Saclay campus,
► master scholarships.
On the research side, the LMH-SV labex funds
► postdocs grants on mathematics for life sciences,
►sabbatical semester for projects at the interface between mathematics and life-sciences (available for students and academics),
► invitation of first-class researchers,
► some scientific events (workshops, summer school, etc).
Applications are carried out on a daily basis and are quickly reviewed by the LMH steering committee.