Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Dissemination

Promoting Scientific Activities

Scientific Events: Organisation

General Chair, Scientific Chair
Member of the Organizing Committees

Scientific Events: Selection

Member of the Conference Program Committees


Member of the Editorial Boards
Reviewer - Reviewing Activities

Invited Talks

Leadership within the Scientific Community

Regular Research Seminar

The team organizes a regular seminar, with roughly 10 talks a year. The topics reflect the team's interests: computer algebra, combinatorics, number theory, formal proofs, and related domains.

Research Working Group

In 2018, we have set up a working group Marches dans le quart de plan around the study of walks in the quarter plan, a very active research topic in probability theory and enumerative combinatorics in recent years. The working group is organized at Institut Henri Poincaré, with a regularity of two sessions per month. The original purpose was to read the article “On the Nature of the Generating Series of Walks in the Quarter Plane” by T. Dreyfus, C. Hardouin, J. Roques, M. Singer, published in Invent. Math. this year. But the reality exceeded expectations: the working group attracted a dozen of people, working either in computer science or pure mathematics, who began to interact and a very good dynamic was created. Altogether, 15 sessions have taken place in 2019.

International Conference

Together with Kilian Raschel (CNRS, U. Tours), Alin Bostan co-organized an international conference, Transient Transcendence in Transylvania, held in Romania from May 13 to 17, 2019. They took care together of all the infrastructure for this conference: program, invitations, web page, etc. This conference was a unique event in Romania, with a truly exceptional list of speakers, from several continents and countries: South Africa, Germany, Austria, Canada, United States, France, Netherlands, Poland, and of course, Romania. As a natural continuation of the conference, a volume will be published in the Springer collection PROMS (Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics), with Bostan and Raschel as editors.

Scientific Expertise

Research Administration