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Interview at Cirm : Robert Tichy

Tichy, Robert (Interviewee)

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Who tempted you to become a mathematician ? When did you decide that it would become your profession ? Let's talk about your research, which areas of mathematics do you focus on ? You're the older of the Jean-Morlet Chair for the second semester 2020, in collaboration with Joël Rivat, the local holder. Even if the context is very particular, can you tell us a few words about the theme and objectives of your semester at CIRM ? Can you tell us about your plans after the Chair ?

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