A great opportunity to do Maths in Paris

The “Mathematical Summer in Paris” summer school aims to bring together fifty young people passionate about mathematics and make them discover some of its many facets. The lectures by famous mathematicians will go from number theory to mathematical biology, from graphs and combinatorics to the mathematics of particle accelerators. There will also be problem solving activities, mathematical games and cultural visits to discover Paris and its area both from the touristic and the scientific perspective. If you are between 16 and 20 years of age, or between two years before and two years after your high school degree, and if you love mathematics, then apply !


is not only famous for history and culture but also the world capital of mathematics, with more than  1000  mathematicians, including seven Fields medalists.

ENS Campus

Mathematical Summer in Paris’s  students will stay on the École normale supérieure campus at the very heart of Paris.

Speakers & Courses

Omid Amini (CNRS-ENS) will lecture on Algebraic Geometry of graphs

Antoine Chambert-Loir (Université Denis Diderot, Paris) will lecture about Fourier transform and number theory





Serge Cohen (IPANEMA, Synchrotron SOLEIL) will lecture about….






Anne-Laure Dalibard (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) will lecture about Small scale phenomena in partial differential equations

Timothy Gowers (Cambridge University, U.K. FSMP and ENS) will give a conference about additive combinatorics

         Practical informations:

All lectures will be in english

Application deadline: April 15th, 2018.

                  Notification of acceptance: before April 30th 2018

 There is a registration fee of 400 euros, covering accomodation and meals for the duration of the summer school.

Applicants can apply for help to cover registration fee and part of the travel costs.

Kathryn Mann (Brown University) will lecture about one-dimensionnal dynamics

Bertrand Maury (Université de Paris-Sud et ENS) will lecture about ….

Gilles Stoltz (CNRS) will lecture about statistical hypothesis testing and its applications in science and society.



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