About LYSM

About LYSM

The International Research Laboratory LYSM “Ypatia Laboratory
for Mathematical Sciences” (IRL 2019) was created on the 10th of
December 2021 by the signature of an agreement between the CNRS
(Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and the INdAM (Istituto
Nazionale di Alta Matematica).

LYSM’s main tasks include building a dynamical network of scientific collaborations in mathematics between France and Italy, organizing mathematical events, especially in Rome where the laboratory is physically located, and welcoming researchers and professors from France appointed by CNRS as members of the LYSM.

Among its activities, LYSM funds and co-funds missions for active
ongoing collaborations between at least one person working in France
and at least one person working in Italy, and co-funds conferences and workshops endowed with a French-Italian touch all around Italy and France. Among these, those involving young researchers (PhD students, postdoc, maîtresses et maı̂tres de conférences, chargé(e)s de recherches, ricercatori, ricercatrici, . . . ) are given priority.


All fields of mathematics are eligible, in particular:
• Algebraic Geometry
• Analysis
• Complex Differential Geometry
• Ergodic Theory and Dynamical systems
• Logic
• Mathematical Physics and Statistical Mechanics
• Non Commutative Geometry
• Number theory
• Philosophy of Mathematics
• Probability Theory including Interacting Particles Systems