Chambéry-Marseille-Nice Singularities
January  4 – 6, 2015
This is a project to restart the Chambéry-Marseille-Nice meetings around the thematic of singularities. These encounters take advantage of the scientific and geographical proximity of these maths departments and aim to bring together their progress on common topics of research, so as to stimulate new developments.

Singularity Theory is a prominent subject of research of these three Mathematics departments. The goal of this workshop is to maintain the scientific relations between these three groups and stimulate new collaborations between their members, in particular since three Assistant Professors were recently recruited  (Ann Lemahieu in 2015 (Nice), Fabien Priziac in 2014 (Marseille) and Michel Raibaut in 2012 (Chambéry).

Scientific Committee
Georges Comte (Université Savoie Mont Blanc)
Anne Lemahieu (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis

Organizing Committee

Fabien Priziac (Aix-Marseille Université)
Guillaume Rond (Aix-Marseille Université)


Sur les applications analytiques stables

Une fonction zêta motivique pour l’étude des singularités réelles

Curve-rational functions

Autour d’une conjecture de Wilkie

Une approche de la résolution des singularités via les espaces de jets

Equisingularity theory of analytic and algebraic set germs. Proof of Whitney Fibering Conjecture.

Une propriété métrique des singularités de surfaces minimales

Stringy invariants for horospherical varieties of complexity one