connecting mathematics
Committees & supporting institutions
An event open
to the world
and outreach
and innovation
General Assembly
The perfect setting
View The Paris ICM2022 bid

A few testimonials written in the framework of our initiative

Professor Philibert Nang is currently Professor at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Libreville (Gabon). He was awarded the 2011 ICTP Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries, the 2017 AMMSI Phillip Griffiths Prize (African Mathematics Millenium Science Initiative) and the CENAREST Grand Prix of the National Center for Scientific Research.

Read Professor Nang’s testimonial



Professor Etienne Pardoux is Professor at Aix-Marseille University, working in the field of Stochastic analysis. He is currently Director of SARIMA (Support for Research Activities in Mathematics and Computer Science in Africa).

Read Professor Pardoux’s testimonial


Professor Mythily Ramaswamy, Indian mathematician, specialist of nonlinear partial differential equations and optimal control theory.
Professor at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Bangalore, India. She is a a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore and of the National Academy of Sciences, Allahabad.

Read Professor Ramaswamy’s testimonial



Professor Aissa Wade is currently a Professor of Mathematics at Penn State University and the president of African Institute for Mathematical Sciences AIMS-Senegal. Prior to her appointment as president of AIMS-Senegal, she served as academic director at AIMS-Senegal.

Read Professor Wade’s testimonial



In Katmandu with students from the Nepal Algebra Project

At the Harish Chandra Research Institute in Allahabad (India)

Professor Michel Waldschmidt is Emeritus Professor at University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. Well-known for his work in transcendental number theory, he is involved in Cooperation in Mathematics between France and several countries. He taught a number of courses at the Master level in Algeria, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Nepal, Pakistan, Senegal, Thailand, Vietnam. Further, he gave courses for CIMPA Research Schools in Nice (1983), Oujda (2009), Nepal (2010), Mali (2010), Congo Kinshasa (2011), Philippines (2013), Bénin (2014) Oujda (2015), Mauritania (2016) and Vietnam (2016). Furthermore, he lectured in Australia, Bhutan, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Morocco, Myanmar, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Syria, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, USA and in many places in Europe.

Read Professor Waldschmidt’s testimonial