Nalini Anantharaman

Mathématiques Bât. 425
Université Paris-Sud
Orsay Cedex France
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Nalini Anantharaman is a Professor at the Department of Mathematics (Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, France). She obtained her PhD in Paris 6, then she moved to the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon as Maître de Conferences, to Ecole Polytechnique as a CNRS researcher and Hadamard Professor, and finally to Paris-Sud as a Full Professor. She was awarded the Prix Gabrielle Sand et Marie Guido Triossi de l'Académie des Sciences, 2007, the 2010 Salem Prize and the 2012 Henri Poincaré Prize. She has been invited speaker at the ICMP 2006, the ECM 2008 and the ICM 2010. Prof. N. Anantharaman is a member of the Editorial Board of Annales Sci. ENS. She has made original contributions to the area of quantum chaos, dynamical systems and Schrödinger equations, including a remarkable advance in the problem of quantum unique ergodicity.


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