IHES news

Find out about the prolific activity and scientific advances at IHES in the Institute’s news and main events.

  • Séminaires de Géométrie Algébrique

    Some of Grothendieck’s archives published online by the University of Montpellier

    The archives consist of some of Alexandre Grothendieck's handwritten and typed notes as well as of some of his letters. It contains his works for the period 1949 - 1991 and some sor far unpublished manuscripts.

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  • Cécile De Witt

    Renowned French scientist Cécile De Witt dies at 94

    All employees join the Institute’s scientists to express their heartfelt condolences to Cécile's family.

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    “Black Holes, Quantum Information, Entanglement and All That”

    The conference, organised by Professors Thibault Damour, Vasily Pestun and Eliezer Rabinovici, will take place at IHES between May 29th and June 1st.

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Invitation programmes

Researchers come from all over the world to take part in the general IHES programme or in specific programmes. They are selected following an application or invited by the Scientific Council.

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Call for summer school proposals

Hosting a summer school each year is an important element of the Institute’s scientific policy. IHES is now calling for proposals for 2018 and 2019.

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The IHES video channel

Since 2013, IHES has uploaded all of its conferences, lectures and public events onto its YouTube channel. View all the scientific events there.

Theoretical scientific research

The aim of the Foundation known as ‘Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques’ is to enable and encourage theoretical scientific research (…). [Its] activity consists mainly in providing the institute’s professors and researchers, both permanent and invited, with the resources required to undertake disinterested research.

Extract from the statutes of the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, 1958.
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