• Complex systems and software engineering
  • Digital

Mathematics Laboratory of Versailles (LMV)

Research unit


The LMV is composed of 4 teams: Algebra-geometry, Analysis and partial differential equations, Cryptology and information security, Probability and statistics The laboratory is a member of the Jacques Hadamard Mathematical Foundation (FMJH), the LABEX Mathematics Hadamard (LMH). The IMOSE institute, led by LMV researchers, also offers consulting and expertise to companies in the modelling and optimisation of systems and energies, but also in artificial intelligence with the development of its own internal simulation tool.


  • Mr Nicolas PERRIN

Innovation themes

Map and access

45, avenue des Etats-Unis

Our research areas


Team Algebra-geometry:
- algebraic geometry, complex and effective, singularities
- complex and positive representations
- number theory and arithmetic geometry.
- history of mathematics in the 19th and 20th centuries

Team Analysis and partial differential equations:
- numerical analysis, modelling, simulation
- control and reverse problems
- qualitative properties
- mathematics for physics

- asymmetric patterns
- security for secret key or public key protocols
- cryptanalysis
- cryptography and intensive computing

Team Probabilities and Statistics:
- discrete random structures
- random matrices
- random media
- statistical modelling

Applications sectors

  • IT / software
  • Other business
  • Energy
  • Defence
  • Health / wellness
  • Aeronautics / Aerospace
  • Automotive industry
  • Transportation / Logistics
  • Other industry
  • Personal services / services to individuals
  • Business services
  • Bank / Insurance / Finance

Total number of employees

Total number of employees : 70
Number of researchers : 41
Number of doctoral students : 23

Equipment(s) open to collaboration

Mathematics Library


Our results

Valuation offer

The LMV covers all fields of applied mathematics, from cryptography to probability, statistics, analysis and numerical simulation.

To effectively meet the needs of SMEs and industry in these areas, LMV has adopted a flexible and responsive structure called IMOSE, which specializes in the modelling and numerical simulation of complex systems.

Website: http://www.imose.fr/

Projects examples

Participation in 12 research groups (GDR/GDRI, CNRS)
3 ANR Projects
1 FUI project
1 European project H2020

Industrial and scientific relations

Scientific collaborations

- France: CEA, INRIA, ANSSI, French universities (Paris Sud, Paris 6, Grenoble, Toulouse, Lille, Rennes, ...)
- Europe: collaborations with universities in Germany, Belgium, Spain, United Kingdom, Greece, Switzerland,...
- International: Algeria, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Cuba, Japan, Tunisia, Spain, United States...

Private collaborations

- collaboration with many manufacturers
- collaboration with many VSEs/SMEs/Start'up


Establishments of affiliation