Mathematics, Science and Technology Lecture Series: From Thurston’s Corrugations to Smooth Fractals

The Mathematics Department at the University of Luxembourg is organising the lecture series ‘Mathematics, Science and Technology’, which aims at sharing the most recent developments of mathematics and their applications in the Luxembourg scientific community. The next lecture takes place on Tuesday, 25 February 2020.


Vincent Borrelli, from the University of Lyon, works on the interface of geometry, analysis and computational mathematics. Notable results include his work together with S. Jabrane, F. Lazarus et B. Thibert on explicit embeddings of flat tori in Euclidean space. He is also an active outreacher with many articles in popular science magazines and is actively engaged in widely communicating the beauty of mathematics.

Scientific Committee: Stéphane Bordas, Conchita D’Ambrosio (FNR PEARL Chair), Hugo Parlier, Giovanni Peccati, Antonella Perucca, Jean-Marc Schlenker (chair), Bruno Teheux, Gabor Wiese, Ludger Wirtz

Organising Committee: Hugo Parlier, Jean-Marc Schlenker, Bruno Teheux

Date, time and location

Tuesday, 25 February 2020, 16:30 – 17:20

Maison du Savoir, room 3.110, Campus Belval, 2, avenue de l’Université L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette GPS: 49.504839 | 5.948214

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The FNR supports this lecture series via its RESCOM: Scientific Events programme.

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