Jean-Pierre Françoise

Jean-Pierre Françoise

Professor Françoise graduated in Mathematics and in Physics from Grenoble University, France in 1975. He is currently professor of Mathematics at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris and a member of the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions after having held a position of chargé de recherches at CNRS. Professor Françoise regularly travels and lectures abroad. He spent one year at IMPA (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) in 1981 and one year at U.C. Berkeley in 1984. He was associate professor at University of Arizona, Tucson in 1987. Professor Françoise has delivered several series of lectures in Milan, in Rome, at the Banach Centre (Warsaw), at CRM (Montréal) and other institutes. He received the prize “du Fay” from the Académie des Sciences de Paris in 1989. His scientific publications include over eighty articles published in international journals and contributions to several books. His scientific research activity focuses on small oscillations near equilibrium of Hamiltonian systems, singularity theory of functions and vector fields, normal forms and semi-classical analysis, integrable systems, bifurcation theory of dynamical systems, finiteness properties of singular projections of analytic sets, bursting oscillations, synchronization and phase locking of weakly coupled oscillators and isochronous systems.

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Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

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