# Mathématiques en Mouvement

## A day of mathematics lectures

accessible to students, on a variety of topics,

illustrating the prodigious diversity of mathematical researchA day of mathematics lectures

accessible to students, on a variety of topics,

illustrating the prodigious diversity of mathematical research.

**Mathématiques en Mouvement**, is a day organized each year by the FSMP in order to introduce students to the prodigious diversity of mathematical research.

At each edition, mathematicians, mainly from the FSMP laboratories, give short talks (about 30 minutes) accessible to students (from the preparatory class or the licence), on various themes.

The first edition of **Mathématiques en Mouvement** was held in 2009. Since the second edition, in 2010, the conferences are filmed and put online on the FSMP website.

### 2021 Edition :

Maths and sport, by videoconference

Mathématiques en mouvement 2021 will take place in videoconference and will have for theme Maths and sport. With presentations by Amandine Aftalion (CAMS, CNRS, EHESS), Christophe Clanet (LadHyX, Ecole polytechnique), Matthieu Aussal (CMAP, Ecole polytechnique) and Arthur Leroy (MAP5, CNRS, Université de Paris), followed by a discussion. As every year, this edition is organized with the collaboration of the Mathematic Park seminar.

### Previous editions

For each edition, the videos are available on the streaming platforms dailymotion from 2009 to 2013 and Vimeo from 2014.