Institute Archimedes Mathematics and Computer Science

Aix-Marseille Université Institute for Research and Education
AMI – Archimède Mathématiques-Informatique

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Topics: Algorithms, Functional Analysis, Machine Learning, Big Data, Cryptography, Cyber-Security, Artificial Intelligence, Modelling Digital, Topology, Natural Language Processing, Signal Processing

Disciplinary Fields: Mathematics, Computer Sciences

Summary: If mathematics are the historical language of Science, in the 21st century, computer science is becoming an universal language for Science as well. What is at stake is not only building a network of excellence in these two disciplines and their interactions but also to co-construct new languages and tools for sciences and technologies in partnership with the whole academic community of Aix-Marseille.
The strengths of the institute are the following areas: Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Security. While advancing this priority axis, notably by collaborations with the socio-economic world, the institute is advancing the fundamental research in mathematics and computer science that prepares the digital revolution of tomorrow.

Institut Interlocutors:
-Director : Emmanuel Godard (LIS, UMR 7020)
-Deputy Director for Education: under appointment
-Deputy Director for Research: under appointment

Research Units:
CIRM – Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques
CPT – Centre de Physique Théorique
I2M -Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille
LIS – Laboratoire d’Informatique & Systèmes

FDS – Faculty of Science
Polytech Marseille – University Engeneering School

Convergence Institutes:
CENTURI – Turing Centre for Living Systems
ILCB – Institute of Language, Communication and the Brain 

Doctoral School:
Mathematics and Informatics (ED 184)

For more information: AMI on Aix-Marseille University website

Photography Credits: Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

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