French mathematician Cedric Villani, 2010 Fields Medal winner, visited Iran

Cédric Villani, French mathematician and 2010 Fields medalist, hold a lecture on “Synthetic theory of Ricci curvature; when Monge meets Riemann” at the 4th Meeting on Contemporary Mathematics at the School of Mathemtics, Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics (IPM). He also presented “Of planets, stars and eternity (stabilization and long-time behavior in classical celestial mechanics)” at Sharif University of Technology, University of Tehran and IPM-Isfahan.

About Cédric Villani Cédric Villani is a professor of mathematics at Université de Lyon and the director of Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris. In  2010,  Villani  was  awarded  the  Fields  Medal  for  his  proofs  of nonlinear  Landau damping  and  convergence  to  equilibrium  for the Boltzmann equation. His other honors and awards include the Fermat  Prize,  the  Henri  Poincaré  Prize  of  the  International Association of  Mathematical  Physics,  the  Prize  of  the  European Mathematical  Society  and  the  Jacques Herbrand  Prize  of  the French Academy of Sciences.

Villani’s visit to Sharif University of Technology: Sharif University of Technology | News
Villani’s visit to University of Tehran: University of Tehran | News

Related article: The other Iran | Photos: Graduation ceremony of Sharif University

Sources: School of Mathematics, IPM | Visitors (PDF), Jamejam Images (Photos: Taherkenareh)

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