TENORS Beneficiaries

All beneficiaries in TENORS have a long history and tradition in research and training.

Inria center at Université Cote d’Azur is hosting 38 research teams, providing a very attractive and stimulating environment for research in applied mathematics and computer science. A cluster of computers for intensive computation, an immersive room for high-quality rendering connected to a computer grid are available. The research centre is strongly connected to Université Cote d’Azur. A Welcome Center welcomes and accompanies researchers, doctoral students and teachers during their installation in France and aims to facilitate administrative procedures. The ESR hosted at Inria will join the doctoral school of mathematics of Université Cote d’Azur.
The LAAS (Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems) is a CNRS research unit of the University of Toulouse. The lab is offering a very rich environment for applied research, with a history of strong relationships with industry and works in a large number of collaborative projects with international, European, national and regional industries of all sizes.
UKON is one of the eleven German Excellence Universities. The master’s program of the department is very ambitious and offers special lectures well suited to doctoral students especially in the field of real algebraic geometry.These lectures are often delivered in English language. Doctoral students participate actively in weekly research seminars and colloquia. Konstanz is one of the world leading centers in Real Algebraic Geometry.
MPG is an internationally leading research center for applied mathematics. It has an extensive guest program with many distinguished international visitors and a very active PhD program in cooperation with Leipzig University.TENORS members at MPG have a strong expertise in nonlinear algebra, applied algebraic geometry and algebraic combinatorics, geometry of tensors and optimisation, numerical algorithms for algebraic computations.
UiT is the third largest university of Norway. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has about 30 researchers active in areas ranging from algebra to statistics and offers high level master courses as well as specialised PhD courses. The TENORS members in the Tromsø team are mainly involved in teaching pure mathematics such as algebra and topology but their research also covers applications.
UniTN is a mid-sized Italian university. It enters this consortium via its Mathematics and Physics Departments.Among several units active at the Department of Mathematics, the TensorDec laboratory carries out research and training activities on different aspects of the topic of tensor decompositions. The Doctoral School in Mathematics is run in cooperation with the University of Verona and offers around 15 PhD fellowships per year. The vibrantenvironment is further supported by the CIRM (Centro Internazionale di Ricerca Matematica), a unique center in the Italian landscape which attracts to Trento a continuous flux of short- and long-term visitors. Activities in quantum physics are carried out in cooperation with the Q@TN (Quantum at Trento) consortium gathering all local actors in quantum science and technology, from the Trento University to the local Fondazione Bruno Kessler to the Trentounits of national institutions such as INFN and CNR, including the new TensorDec laboratory dedicated to tensor computations and applications, from which TENORS ESRs will benefit. They will also benefit from courses at the Doctoral level on Quantum Science, and the organization of ground-breaking seminars and workshops at the Physics/Maths interface with an innovative hands-on format.
UniFI is one of the largest organisations for research and higher education in Italy, with over 1900 tenured teaching staff and researchers, over 1600 permanent technical/administrative staff and language assistants and about 55 thou-sand students enrolled. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science “Ulisse Dini” of Universita di Firenze counts 92 people, has 7 active research groups, organizing conferences, seminars, reading courses and scientific activity. It promotes a Doctoral program in Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. It has a solid experience in hosting visiting professor and young researchers from all over the world.
NWO-I is located at Science Park in Amsterdam, which hosts many other scientific institutions. The partners are connected to master programmes of doctoral schools in mathematics or computer science. The TENORS ESR will benefit from special courses offered at NWO-I in training additional competences, like presentation skills, English writing and speaking, communication skills, scientific integrity and career training courses. There is a lively community of students and postdocs at NWO-I that regularly organizes social cultural and sportive activities to foster communica-tion within the institute. The ESR at NWO-I will be registered at the doctoral school at University of Tilburg. The ESR will benefit from the various courses offered by the university as well as the national LNMB and Master math programmes. University of Tilburg is fully equipped with an impressive array of computer facilities, databases and a state-of-the-art laboratory where graduate students, faculty members and visitors can conduct experiments.
CTU is the oldest non-military technical university in Europe and one of leading universities in the Czech Republic with a particular focus on engineering and physics. Historically, its faculty and students included Christian Doppler, Frantisek Krizik, and Vladimir Prelog. The TENORS ESRs will benefit from a wide range of graduate courses in English, including courses on semidefinite programming and optimal control.
ICFO is a research centre that currently hosts 450 people, organized in 26 research teams that use 80 state-of-the-art research laboratories. Among different recognitions, Researchers at ICFO have been awarded 40 European Research Council grants. Quantum information is one of the core disciplines at ICFO, with 13 groups actively working on theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum information technologies.
Artelys is an SME whose headquarters are located in Paris. Recognized as a world-class company in mathematical modelling and decision sciences, Artelys offers consulting and software development services in Optimization and Artificial Intelligence. The company also develops and commercializes the state-of-the-art nonlinear optimisation solver Artelys Knitro and intervene in a wide range of application areas including energy. Over the years, Artelys consultants have developed a very strong expertise in energy systems simulation, optimization and long term analysis.Artelys currently has around 100 consultants, all of them holding a Master’s degree and many of them, also a Ph.Din Mathematical Optimisation, Statistics or Computer Sciences. Therefore, the company offers has a very stimulating scientific environment.

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