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Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris

The Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris (FSMP) is a network of excellence that federates the main laboratories of mathematics and fundamental computer science in central and northern Paris.

It is the largest concentration of mathematicians in the world. Its scientific spectrum encompasses all mathematics, from pure mathematics to the most applied, including fundamental computer science.


  • Proposes and funds programs for research and training in mathematics and fundamental computer science
  • Organizes scientific events
  • Works to disseminate mathematics to the media, the general public, the economic and industrial world.
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Béatrice de Tilière


Béatrice de Tilière is a professor at Université Paris-Dauphine PSL. She graduated from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and is the holder of a PhD from Université Paris-Sud, Orsay (Paris-Saclay). She was previously maître de conférences (associate professor) at Université Paris 6 (Sorbonne Université) and professor at Université Paris-Créteil. She works in statistical mechanics with a particular interest in exactly soluble models such as the dimer model or the Ising model. In 2017, she was awarded the CNRS Bronze Medal and was a junior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (2017-2022).

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Guillaume Chapuy

Deputy Director

Guillaume Chapuy is a former student at ENS Ulm. He defended his thesis in 2009 at École polytechnique on the "Bijective combinatorics of higher-genus maps". He has been a researcher at CNRS since 2010 and a CNRS Research Director at IRIF since 2019. Specialist in enumerative combinatorics, discrete probabilities and algebraic combinatorics, he is particularly interested in maps and related combinatorial or algebraic objects, as well as the interactions of map combinatorics with the theory of topological recursion and integrable hierarchies.

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Jean-François Dat

Deputy Director

Jean-François Dat is a former student at the ENS Ulm and the helder a PhD from the University Paris 7 (2000) on (Modular) Representations of finite type of p-adic groups. Since 2007, he is a professor of mathematics at Sorbonne University and a member of the IMJ-PRG Automorphic Forms project. He was previously a CNRS research fellow at the University Paris 13, and a junior member of the IUF from 2010 to 2015. He is interested in the interactions between Representation Theory, Algebraic Geometry, and Number Theory, in the wake of those revealed notably by Langlands and Shimura during the 1960s. His work concerns the representation theory of p-adic or finite reductive groups, the cohomology of symmetric Drinfeld spaces, and more recently the construction of parameter moduli spaces useful for the recent categorization conjectures of the local Langlands program.

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Jean-Philippe Domergue

Administrative and Financial Director

Jean-Philippe Domergue was trained as a lawyer (at Université Paris XI) and then as a chartered accountant (ITEC Bordeaux). He worked for 25 years in the private sector, where he was Administrative and Financial Director, before becoming Administrative and Financial Manager and Senior Research Engineer at LAGA (CNRS mathematics laboratory at Université Paris XIII) for 11 years. He joined FSMP as Administrative and Financial Director in January 2024. Translated with (free version)

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Gaël Octavia

Head of communication

Gaël Octavia graduated from Télécom Sud-Paris (formerly Télécom INT) in 2001. She started out as an information systems engineer before becoming a scientific journalist. From 2002 to 2008, she worked for the popular mathematics magazine Tangente as editor and general secretary. She joined the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris in February 2008 as head of communication.

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Célia Chauveau

General secretary

Célia Chauveau graduated in 2005 with a BTS (advanced vocational diploma) as an executive assistant and taught office automation at GRETA Sud tertiaire 93 in 2006-2007. Since January 2006, she had been working as an assistant at the Institut Henri Poincaré, where she was in charge of the management of CNRS missions. In September 2007, she became assistant manager at the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris. She has been appointed general secretary in 2023.

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Mathieu Simon

European project manager

Mathieu Simon holds a Master Grande École degree from Montpellier Business School. Over the past six years, he has worked in the International Relations Department of the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, where he was responsible for student mobility and European project management. He will join the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris team in June 2023 as European Project Manager.

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Suzana Vojinovic

Project manager

Graduated in Sociology (University of Serbia), Suzana Vojinovic has been project manager for European projects at Serbia's Ministry of Education and Science. From 2015 to 2021, she has worked at CNRS (IPSL) as assistant engineer on track expenses for national and international projects. She joins the Fondation Sciences Mathematiques de Paris in 2021 as Project Manager.

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Kevin Ledocq

Management assistant

Holder of a BTS "Assistant Manager" and a professional degree in "Business Management and Administration", Kevin Ledocq worked at Inria for 2 years before joining the Foundation's team in May 2014 as a Management Assistant.

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Sabrina Chied

Management assistant


Sabrina Chied holds a BTS (HND) in Management Support and has completed a training course in Digital Mediation at the CNAM. She joined the FSMP team in October 2023 as an assistant.


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Thomas Duyckaerts


Thomas Duyckaerts is a Professor of Mathematics at the Université Sorbonne Paris Nord. He received his PhD from the Université Paris Cité in 2004 and was a lecturer at the Université Cergy-Pontoise where he defended his HDR in 2010.

He joined the LAGA of the University Sorbonne Paris Nord in 2011.
His main field of research is the qualitative study of nonlinear waves, and in particular the solutions of the wave equations and the nonlinear Schrödinger equation.

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Claire Boyer


Claire Boyer graduated from INSA Toulouse in 2012 and was awarded the agrégation in mathematics in 2014. She completed her PhD in applied mathematics in 2015 at Université Paul Sabatier. Since 2016, she is a maître de conférences (associate professor) at Sorbonne Université.

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Stéphane Labbé


Stéphane Labbé  is a professor at Sorbonne Université and Executive Director of SUMMIT.


Call for applications and fundings

02 October 2023
Calls for tenders and financing

The call for applications to FSMP post-doctoral program is open from October 2nd to November 30th.

23 September 2023
Calls for tenders and financing

The Researchers Invitations program and the Stays for PhD students receive applications receive applications throughout the year.


07 February 2024
Cours FSMP
Eitan Tadmor (Universty of Maryland), laureate of the FSMP Chair of excellence in 2023, is giving a doctoral course entitled Emerging Behavior in Collective Dynamics on Wednesdays from 14:00 to 17:00 , from Frebruary 7th to March 27th 2024 at Institu...
02 December 2023
Mathématiques en mouvement
La dernière édition de Mathématiques en mouvement a eu pour thème Des preuves et des programmes. Organisée sous la houlette de Hugo Herbelin (Inria, IRIF), elle a eu lieu le samedi 2 décembre 2023 de 14h à 18h à l'Institut Henri Poincaré (5 rue Pierr...
09 October 2023

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