Lenka Zdeborovà is awarded the 
29/07/2019
Lenka Zdeborovà is awarded the  "Young Woman Scientist" Irène Joliot-Curie Award 2018
We are pleased to learn that Lenka Zdeborovà, CNRS researcher at IPhT, has just been awarded the Irène Joliot-Curie "Young Woman Scientist" prize for the year 2018. The Irène Joliot-Curie Awards are intended to promote women's place in research and technology in France. They are awarded by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and Airbus with the support of the Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Technology. Lenka is interested in applications of methods developed in statistical physics, such as advanced mean-field methods, replica method and message passing algorithms, for problems in machine learning and artificial intelligence, signal processing, inference and optimization. In other words: what are the problems that can be solved effectively using a computer? If this question is traditionally addressed in the fields related to informatics, she approaches it from the point of view of statistical physics.
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Quantum Field Theory : A book by François Gélis.
25/07/2019
Quantum Field Theory : A book by François Gélis.
  After having delivered for several years a course on quantum field theory at the Master program ¨High Energy Physics¨ at the Ecole Polytechnique, Francois Gelis's lecture notes have been published by Cambridge University Press in a volume entitled Quantum Field Theory: from basics to modern topics.  

Qu’est-ce que la gravité ? A book by Philippe Brax, Etienne Klein and Pierre Vanhove
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Qu’est-ce que la gravité ? A book by Philippe Brax, Etienne Klein and Pierre Vanhove
General relativity has just celebrated its centenary and the early detection of gravitational waves by LIGO and Virgo has confirmed Einstein's prediction that accelerated masses can produce an oscillation of space-time spreading at the speed of light.

 

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