The symposium will be held September 14-17 2011 at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, 45 rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France.
The room is salle Henri Cartan. A laptop and a videoprojector will be available for presentations. See the map at the end of this page.
The Ecole Normale Supérieure is located in the Latin Quarter in Paris. The ENS is at once a grande école, due to its selective recruitment process, and a research university. As a central actor in the training of French elites for more than two centuries, it has nourished the majority of the great intellectual movements of the 20th century and has considerably widened the scope of French scientific influence. The impressive achievements made possible through the training it dispenses, distinguish the École normale supérieure from all other French establishments of higher learning. Former students include all eight French winners of the Fields Medal, twelve Nobel Prize winners and half of the recipients the CNRS Gold Medal. The success of ENS alumni results from the quality of its research-based training, which includes individual tutorials and personalized attention for the full four years of study. This “training-by-research” model is the hallmark of the École normale supérieure. It is the best preparation for innovation and creativity.
More on the ENS website www.ens.fr
There is one seminar room. Beamers and computers will be available.
The building is located 45 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris.
Métro/RER station: Luxembourg. Exit: "Rue de l'Abbé de l'Epée"
Bus station “Feuillantines” (bus n°21 and 27).
To reach salle Henri Cartan, use the main entrance 45 rue d'Ulm, and walk to the Rataud building. Then take the stairs on your right. Another option is to use the main door, cross the courtyard toward the library and turn right to the Rataud building.