The LAMIA Seminar consists of the presentation of research work in mathematics, computer science and / or their applications, by LAMIA members, but also visiting researchers and scientific personalities carrying out work in the fields of interest of the laboratory. It is held at least twice a month, generally on Thursday at 2 p.m., in room B325 of the research building at the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences. It is run by its manager Séverine ANDOUZE-BERNARD.



  • Daniel KATZ (State University California) 19/12/2019

    Differential spectra of power permutations.

  • Evans GOUNO (Université de Bretagne-Sud) 12/12/2019

    Statistical inference for self-exciting point process with applications.

  • Javier TREJOS-ZELAYA (Université du Costa-Rica) 12/12/2019

    Clustering binary data by application of combinatorial optimization heuristics.

  • Dimitry PELINOVSKY (Mc Master University, Canada) 05/12/2019

    Stability of equilibrium in dynamical systems on conditions when linearization implies stability/instability.

  • Richard FOURNIER (Université de Sherbrooke, Québec) 28/11/2019

    La géomatique des milieux naturels selon des perspectives algorithmique et cartographique.

  • Samir ADLY (Université de Limoges) 16/05/2019

    Lien entre le processus de rafle de Moreau et les inéquations variationnelles quasi-statiques.

  • Jean-André MARTI 02/05/2019

    Modélisation mathématique du mur de l'oeil des cyclones.

  • Fatna ABDEDOU (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu) 20/12/2018

    Analytic mixing reparametrizations of irrational flows.

  • Cédrick COPOL (INRIA de Bordeaux) 13/12/2018

    Assimilation des données cliniques pour la modélisation de tumeurs.

  • Carole LOUIS-ROSE (LAMIA ) 13/12/2018

    Contrôlabilité approchée de l'équation des ondes spatio-temporelle.