Centre d’analyse et de mathématique sociales - CAMS
Taking a resolutely pluirdisciplinary approach, the Centre d’analyse et de mathématique sociales (CAMS) makes a unique contribution to French research in combining work in the social sciences with mathematics, computer science, and theoretical physics.
Research projects at the Center involve Pure Mathematics, theoretical Compuer Science, or social sciences modelling focused on developing new models (combinatory, probability, dynamic, computer-based) to reveal hidden structures.
The Center covers a broad range of Humanities and Social Sciences subject areas including:
Representation of collective behaviours
Sustainable Development (including the impact on political decision-making).
CAMS is open to biological and ecological models. Methodologies are very varied including advanced mathematics, statistical physics, information theory, simulation, complex theory, and big data analysis.
Morning Session : Mathematics and mouvement in sport Tuesday 13 March 2018 - Institut Henri Poincaré - Paris Program Morning Session - 9.00 - 12.00 Location : Institut Henri Poincaré, 11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie 75005 Paris France Around the Mathematical Week "Mathematics and movement", half a day is dedicated to mathematical issues related...
Reaction-diffusion and propagation in non-homogenous media - Abstract: The classical theory of reaction-diffusion deals with nonlinear parabolic equations that are homogenous in space and in time. It analyses travelling waves, long time behavior and the speed of propagation. More general, heterogeneous reaction-diffusion equations arise naturally in models of ecology, biology and medicine that lead to...