In 2018, IHES celebrates its 60th anniversary. The Institute’s scientific, institutional and philanthropic partners will naturally be fully engaged in this landmark event, but the objective is also to take this opportunity to reach out to a wider audience and share our passion for research.
Scientific events at IHES
A series of events, labeled “60th anniversary”, will take place at the Institute in 2018. They are intended for a specialist audience but will include informal discussions with organizers that will help put the subject into perspective and highlight its general importance as well as the history of its development at IHES. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Monday 5 to Friday 9 March: From Molecules and Cells to Human Health : Ideas and concepts
From Monday 11 to Friday 15 June: Arithmetic and Algebraic Geometry: A conference in honor of Ofer Gabber on the occasion of his 60th birthday
From Monday 16 to Friday 27 July, Summer School: Supersymmetric localization and exact results
From Monday 15 to 19 October: GOogle MAtriX: fundamentals, applications and beyond
“Savant Mélange : la soirée de la recherche scientifique”
This event received the UNESCO patronage
For 60 years, the people working at the Institute have been its greatest strength. Great researchers who have contributed to the Institute’s success, but also artists and philanthropists associatedwith IHES, will have the opportunity to come together and share the thrill and wonder they experience with basic science.
New building opening ceremony at IHES on 16 November (invitation-only)
The construction of a new building offering more research space will start in 2018 as a natural consequence of growing scientific activity.
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History of IHES
An ambitious project involving Anne-Sandrine Paumier, a science historian, and Jacques-Olivier Baruch, a scientific journalist, is in preparation. The book will retrace the key scientific landmarks of the Institute’s sixty years of existence. It will be published during the third trimester of 2018.