Raffaele Lamagna and Gabriel Merlin, who respectively received their Master degrees in Mathematics from the University of Pavia and IUSS and the University of Paris Sorbonne, have been awarded doctoral studentships of the Grothendieck Institute as part of the project “Topos theory and its applications” led by Prof. Olivia Caramello. Thanks to an agreement with […]
On 28 September 2023, a ceremony was held in Paris, at the premises of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), at which Alexander Grothendieck’s heirs gave a number of their father’s unpublished manuscripts over to the BnF. These manuscripts, about 30,000 pages collected in 41 volumes, gather reflections on an extraordinary variety of topics, relating […]
The videos of the conference of the Grothendieck Institute recently held in Paris at the Henri Poincaré Institute are now available from the Institute’s YouTube channel: This event has seen the participation of Fields Medalists Alain Connes and Laurent Lafforgue, Olivia Caramello, Johanna Grothendieck and Mateo Carmona (Coordinator of the Centre for Grothendieckian Studies). Thanks […]
The videos of the inauguration, which took place on 3 December 2022 in Mondovì, are now available on the Institute’s YouTube channel. Thanks again to the Municipality of Mondovì for the collaboration in the organisation of the event, and to all the speakers: Olivia Caramello, Johanna Grothendieck, Laurent Lafforgue, Francesca Ronchin, Nicoletta Sabadini and Gino […]
The Grothendieck Institute is glad to announce that it has appointed Mateo Carmona as Coordinator of its Centre for Grothendieckian Studies (CSG), starting from the 1st of April 2023. Mateo, who was born in Colombia in 1995, has carried out, throughout the past years, extensive work on valorizing Alexander Grothendieck’s scientific and cultural heritage. As […]
Léo Bartoli and Elio Pivet, who respectively received their Master’s degrees in Mathematics from the University of Paris-Saclay and the University of Paris-Diderot, have won two doctoral scholarships from the Grothendieck Institute as part of the project “Topos theory and its applications” led by Prof. Olivia Caramello. Thanks to an agreement with ETH Zurich, they […]
Axel Osmond, who recently successfully defended his doctoral thesis at the University of Paris-Diderot, has won a post-doctoral grant from the Grothendieck Institute, as part of the project “Topos theory and its applications” led by Prof. Olivia Caramello.