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Internships (10th and 11th grades high school students)
Job shadowing (Year 10, Year 11 students) See https://www.math.univ-paris-diderot.fr/diffusion/index
5 ATER positions in Mathematics at Sorbonne University
deadline : 5 April at 4 p.m.
Details here

Key figures

Key figures

189 people work at LJLL

90 permanent staff

82 researchers and permanent lecturers

8 engineers, technicians and administrative staff

99 non-permanent staff

73 Phd students

14 Post-doc and ATER

12 emeritus scholars and external collaborators

 

Figures : March 2019

 

RG Correl Days

"Quantum Calculations in Solution for Large to Very Large Molecules : A New Linear Scaling QM/Continuum Approach Filippo Lipparini, Louis Lagardère, Giovanni Scalmani, Benjamin Stamm, Eric Cancès, Yvon Maday, Jean-Philip Piquemal, Michael J. Frisch, and Benedetta Mennucci The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2014 5 (6), 953-958"

From 9 to 11 January 2017, we hosted three days which were organised in the context of RG CORREL on the "mathematics and quantum chemistry" theme ; they were presented in the form of short courses in which both speakers
- Eric Cancès (CERMICS), on the topic of operators theory
- Trygve Helgaker (Oslo), on the topic of convex analysis (for DFT)
were able to explain in detail, to an audience of mathematical and chemistry researchers, the mathematics needed for accurate understanding of quantum chemistry theories and models.

Additional information is available on the website

http://gdrcorelec.ups-tlse.fr/index.php?title=MINI-SCHOOL_2017#Program

We also hosted on 12 January 2017 a workshop of young researchers on
mathematical methods used in quantum chemistry, organised by
PhD students Athmane Bakhta (CERMICS) and Geneviève Dusson (LJLL).
After an educational presentation by Julien Toulouse (LCT), who gave a great
number of methods used in quantum chemistry, several PhD students,
post-docs and young lecturers from different places (Paris,
Aachen, Oslo) presented their research.




 
 
Translation carried out by the Masters 2 ILTS team