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Interview au CIRM : Pascal Hubert

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Parcours, cursus, déclic Domaine de recherche Un "Instant Eurêka" Influences de Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (question de Artur Avila) Collaboration avec Artur Avila Le mois thématique au CIRM Place des mathématiques marseillaises à l'international La Fédération de recherche des Unités de Mathématiques de Marseille (FRUMAM) Le CIRM : un outil local, national et international pour les mathématiques La "Surface bouillabaisse" : souvenir d'une conférence au CIRM

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