Positions in Orléans and Tours in september 2023

Welcome to the Institut Denis Poisson’s website


This research unit is dedicated to mathematics and theoretical physics. It is located in Orléans and Tours, France, and gathers about 90 permanent researchers, 30 doctoral candidates, ATER, post-doctoral fellows and around 10 administrative staff. Four thematic teams are present:


Samuel Belliard (Université de Tours)
Integrable Partition Functions and Quantum Systems
du Tuesday 02 July 2024 au Thursday 04 July 2024  -  Tours  -   Bâtiment E2  (+ de détails)
Victor Ambruș (West University of Timișoara, Romania)
The 8th International Conference on Chirality, Vorticity and Magnetic Field in Quantum Matter
du Monday 22 July 2024 au Friday 26 July 2024  -  West University of Timisoara  -   locations of amphitheatres/rooms will be communicated later  (+ de détails)
Lucas Kaufmann (Université d'Orléans)
Journée "Géométrie et Dynamique Complexe" à Orléans
Monday 09 September 2024 09:00  -  Institut Denis Poisson - Orléans  -   Salle de Séminaire  (+ de détails)
Journées à Orléans

Journée de l\'équipe EMS sur le thème de l\'apprentissage
Thursday 12 September 2024 00:00  -  Orléans  -   Salle de séminaire  (+ de détails)
Laetitia Portier (Institut Denis Poisson, Tours)
Avenues of Quantum Field Theory In Curved Spacetime 2025
du Wednesday 22 January 2025 au Friday 24 January 2025  -  Tours  -   Amphi E030, building E2, ground floor  (+ de détails)

Mail Addresses

Institut Denis Poisson

Université de Tours
Facultés des Sciences et Techniques
Parc de Grandmont
37200 Tours FRANCE

Institut Denis Poisson

Université d’Orléans
Collegium Sciences et Techniques
Bâtiment de mathématiques
Rue de Chartres B.P. 6759
45067 Orléans cedex 2 FRANCE

A little bit of history

The Institut Denis Poisson is the heir of the Fédération Denis Poisson. It is the merger of two research laboratories, the MAPMO in Orléans and the LMPT in Tours :

  • The former Mathematics laboratory MAPMO, for Mathématiques, Analyse, Probabilités, Modélisation, Orléans, has evolved around mathematical analysis,  probablilities and mathematical physics. On it’s latest years, more emphasis was put on interactions, be they inside or outside mathematics.
  • The former Mathematics and Theoretical Physics laboratory, LMPT, took it’s originality from it’s bisciplinary structure of Mathematics and THeoretical Physics.