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LFANT - 2018

Section: Dissemination


Articles and contents

  • X. Caruso published an article entitled Polynômes tordus in the journal Au fil des maths de la maternelle à l'université... edited by APMEP.

  • H. Cohen wrote in [28] an introduction to Modular forms, which has been published in the book Notes from the International School on Computational Number Theory.


D. Robert is a member of the jury of Agregations de Mathematiques. He is also the codirector with Alain Couvreur of the option “calcul formel” of the Modelisation part of the oral examination.


  • 24/02/2018 in Olot (Spain), A. Page, with the other participants of Sage Days 93: one day for 20 local high school students to explore mathematical problems.

  • 24/05/2018, A. Page: Unithé ou café on the mathematics of wireless communications: Méthodes algébriques et géométriques pour les communications sans fil : comment l'espace hyperbolique peut-il améliorer vos appels téléphoniques ?

  • 30/05/2018, A. Page: in Poitiers half a day meeting with junior school students who took part in the Al-Kindi competition; introduction to cryptography.

  • 27/09/2018 D. Robert and A. Page: demonstration stand on graph-based cryptography at the Inria BSO Party Day.

  • 9-11/10/201 A. Page: Fête de la Science at Inria Bordeaux, activity on cryptography (7 groups of students).

  • 13/10/2018 D. Robert and A. Page: demonstration stand on graph-based cryptography at the Inria BSO Open Day.

  • 11/12/2018 A. Page: talk at the Inria BSO Comité des Projets Variations arithmétiques et algorithmiques sur le thème << Peut-on entendre la forme d'un tambour? >>