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Modèles Mathématiques et Economiques de la Dynamique, de l'Incertitude et des Interactions (MME-DII)


Action : Laboratoires d'excellence


N° de convention : 11-LABX-0023

Informations générales

  • Référence projet : 11-LABX-0023
  • RST : Ani GUERDJIKOVA
  • Etablissement Coordinateur : Université de Cergy Pontoise
  • Région du projet : Île-de-France
  • Discipline : 1 - Math Info
  • Aide allouée : 4 503 410 €
  • Date de début du projet : 01/03/2012
  • Date de fin du projet : 31/12/2019
  • Site web du projet : http://labex-mme-dii.u-cergy.fr/
  • Mots clés : économie; mathématiques; physiques; finances; dynamiques; incertitudes; interactions

Résumé du projet

Working on a joint interdisciplinary project centered on mathematical, economic and financial modelling, the LABEX MME-DII consortium is composed of over 150 researchers specialized in such areas as economics, mathematics and physics. MME-DII's ambition is to constitute an internationally recognized research center in the modelling of stochastic processes, of decision-making in situations of uncertainty, and of the dynamics of strategic interactions. By combining cross-disciplinary areas of knowledge, the research developed at MME-DII sheds light on major societal challenges, ranging from the prevention of financial crises to the management of environmental risks. LABEX MME-DII consists of: (i) an open international center of excellence, reaching beyond the institutional boundaries of the founding research center; (ii) a multidisciplinary integrated training program in mathematics and economics;(iii) researchers recruited for their scientific excellence and strong potential. The MME-DII research consortium presents major assets, such as a strong community of very highly-qualified researchers, involved in a common cross-disciplinary project which hinges upon the combination of Social Sciences, as well as Exact Sciences, a complementary consortium both in terms of research and training, a coherent and integrated partnership and an autonomous and adapted governance. The development of the MME-DII project is supported by a coherent program of scientific actions combining: (i) a program designed to enhance international attractiveness through the funding of international chairs, chairs of excellence, post-doctoral positions, the organization of workshops, seminars and colloquia; (ii) a teaching program offering funding and specialized courses for master and PhD students in mathematics, economics and physics; (iii) a funding program for research projects and teaching reductions; (iv) a program for the dissemination and valorization of research.

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