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Author : Djalil Chafaï
The one-year graduate program Analysis and Probability offers a specialized curiculum in analysis and probability, and in particular in partial differential equations, non-linear analysis, stochastic processes and numerical analysis, from the point of view both of theory and of applications to modeling in other scientific fields.
It is primarily intended for students who will prepare a PhD thesis afterwards, but there are also direct openings on the job market.
This program is part of the Department of mathematics and informatics (Mido) of Université Paris-Dauphine, itself part of PSL Research University. Courses are taught by mathematicians belonging to CEREMADE, École Normale Supérieure de Paris, École des Mines de Paris, Collège de France, Observatoire de Paris and EHESS.
International students are welcome. Some courses will be taught in English. Even a full curriculum in English is possible.
Students are welcome to apply for a (substancial) financial support at the Paris Graduate School of Mathematical sciences.
Candidates should have a Master 1 degree (4th year of university) in mathematics.
Official dates should be checked on the web page of the departement. In particular, the deadline for applications are: July 1, 2016 (first session) and September 1, 2016 (second session). The same page links to the page for applying. Applications should now be done online.
Applications submitted for the first session will not be examined again at the second session.
One must pass 6 courses, among which at least 2 fundamental courses, in addition to writing a memoir. The list of courses provided for next year is still subject to modifications.
A memoir must also be written on a research project, under the direction of a researcher. An internship in a company may substitute for it, provided that the internship is research-oriented, in which case a written authorization should be given prior to the beginning of the internship.
An information meeting will take place on September 20, 2016 (room C516).
Director: Stéphane Mischler
Administration: Mrs S. Lamouri Teguia, office B 526 , 01 44 05 47 12
Emails: FirstName.FamilyName@dauphine.fr (without accents)