Map of mathematical research on the Paris-Saclay campus
The Paris-Saclay Campus occupies a large geographical area south of Paris. It brings together two entities, the Université Paris-Saclay and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris, with which are affiliated scientific research laboratories supported by research organizations such as the CNRS, INRIA, INRAE or the CEA.
The international recognition of the mathematical community of the Paris-Saclay Campus makes it one of the best destinations in the world for young people looking for a high level training in mathematics or a place to do post-doctoral research. Mathematical research on the Paris Saclay Campus is made up of more than 500 mathematicians holding permanent positions in laboratories and research teams spread across this vast territory and covering the entire spectrum of mathematics.
This diversity, both geographic and thematic, is a source of wealth, but it is also a source of complication for those who are trying to figure out which theme or place to come to for a PhD or post-doctorate. It is to facilitate this search that we have designed the map of mathematical research on the Paris Saclay campus below.