What is it ?
"Ecole Universitaire de Recherche" MINT (Mathematics and INteractions in Toulouse) is a graduate school (Master+PhD) dedicated to mathematics and their interactions with the other sciences.
It involves the CNRS, the 3 universities UT1, UT2, UT3, and the engineering schools ENAC, INSA, ISAE-Supaero.
The goal of the program is to support and develop high level, research oriented, training programs in Mathematics, in all its aspects, including interactions with other sciences. It aims at both preparing researchers at the cutting edge of research challenges, and disseminating research level skills in mathematics among future engineers.
The program is twofold. It addresses both
students from France and abroad, with a strong mathematical background, who want to be involved in mathematical research,
students enrolled in a math oriented engeneering program, who want to push maths beyond and develop research level capabilities (certified by the EUR).
By whom ?
The EUR training program is based on the rich and internationally recognized mathematical activities of the IMT (mathematical institute of Toulouse) which counts
over 200 permanent researchers,
covering essentially all fields of mathematics
working in 3 universities, and 3 engeneering schools (ENAC, INSA, ISAE-Supaero)
with strong academic or industrial collaborations
Chair : Julio Rebelo
Deputy chair : Patrick Hild
Project manager : Isabelle Guichard
Contact : email@example.com
Executive Comitee :
Remi Abgrall (université de Zurich)
François James (CNRS)
Jean Latger (Oktal SE)
Romuald Poteau (Université P.Sabatier)
Bertrand Remy (ENS-Lyon)
Jerome Vicente (Université Fédérale de Toulouse)