MATHEXP experimental mathematics
MATHEXP develops and implements symbolic and seminumerical computational methods to deal with special functions and numbers in experimental mathematics. Our objectives span a range of topics from fundamental algorithms to applications in combinatorics, number theory, statistical physics, quantum mechanics, and algebraic geometry, pushing forward the limits of computability and efficiency.
Experimental mathematics is the study of mathematical phenomena by computational means. Computer algebra is the art of doing effective and efficient exact mathematics on a computer. MATHEXP develops both themes in parallel, in order to discover and prove new mathematical results, often out of reach for classical human means. It is our strong belief that modern mathematics will benefit more and more from computer tools. We ambition to provide mathematical users with appropriate algorithmic theories and implementations.
- Hadrien Brochet, Palaiseau
- Alexandre Goyer, Palaiseau
- Alaa Ibrahim, Lyon, Palaiseau, Paris
- Pingchuan Ma, Beijing, Palaiseau
- Rafael Mohr, Kaiserslautern, Palaiseau, Paris
- Hadrien Notarantonio, Palaiseau, Paris
- Raphaël Pagès, Bordeaux, Palaiseau
- Eric Pichon-Pharabod, Palaiseau
- Alexandre Guillemot
- Aleksandr Storozhenko
- Philippe Dumas
- Guy Fayolle
- Bahar Carabetta
- Geoffrey Datchanamourtty, intern
- Sergey Yurkevich, PhD student
SeminarWe organize a joint seminar with the Polsys team: the MATHEXP-Polsys seminar.
Where we are
This Inria team is part of the Inria Saclay Centre, with offices located in the Alan Turing building in Palaiseau.
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