Graduate School of Mathematics
International rankings indicate that Université Paris-Saclay is one of the best destinations in the world for mathematics education. The Hadamard Doctoral School of Mathematics (EDMH) opens the door to high-level careers in both academic and industrial research for about a hundred young mathematicians each year. Upstream, the Master's "Mathematics and Applications" with more than 500 graduates per year, is the largest master's program in mathematics in the world.
Currently, more than 350 mathematicians of the Université receive great international recognition, as evidenced by the 11 Fields Medals, 3 Abel prizes, and numerous other prizes awarded to them. The mathematicians of Université Paris-Saclay also receive significant support from the European Union (20 ERC grants).
Pour la seconde année consécutive, vous placez les mathématiques de l’Université Paris-Saclay au premier plan international. Votre excellence honore toute la communauté. Celle-ci se traduisait déjà au travers des médailles Fields qui vous distinguent, mais elle s'installe aujourd'hui avec pour la seconde fois cette belle 1ère place mondiale. (…) Je tenais à vous féliciter personnellement pour cette belle réussite et à vous remercier pour votre engagement pour la formation, la recherche et l'innovation dans notre Université.
Hugo Duminil-Copin is awarded the Fields Medal
Hugo Duminil-Copin, a French mathematician specializing in probability theory and a permanent professor at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHES) since 2016, has been awarded the Fields medal. This is the eighth Fields Medal awarded to a professor at IHES and the eleventh Fields Medal for Université Paris-Saclay, IHES being one of its founding members. To know more.
Hugo Duminil-Copin supervised three theses in the framework of the Hadamard Doctoral School of Mathematics (EDMH): Aran Raoufi, Franco Severo and Mendes Oulamara.
The Université Paris-Saclay had made a portrait of him in 2020, in which he describes himself as a normal man, with a classical background, "not particularly gifted" in mental arithmetic. Read the interview.
Presentation of the Graduate School in video
Fondation Mathématique Jacques Hadamard
The FMJH, founded in 2010, is deploying a wide range of initiatives to make the Université Paris-Saclay more attractive to international students and young researchers in Mathematics. With the Graduate School Mathematics, the foundation supports research at the interfaces by funding projects and post-docs. Its sponsorship program, supported by major players in the French economy, advances research into issues with a high industrial impact and contributes to the reputation of Université Paris-Saclay. To know more.