ENS Paris-Saclay supports actively the organization of this congress thanks to the implication of three members of the LMT: Olivier Allix, professor, David Néron, professor and Cécile Oliver-Leblond, assistant professor.
ENS Paris Saclay, previously named ENS Cachan, is a founding member of the University of Paris-Saclay where it pursues its role in preparing students for academic careers. It brings together disciplines that no other higher education institution combines in quite the same way, or at the same level: the social sciences and humanities, the natural sciences, the formal sciences and engineering sciences.
Scientific research at ENS Paris-Saclay is structured in 14 laboratories and 3 institutes. Together, their approach promotes dialogue between fundamental and applied research, which feed into each other to enrich knowledge and provide functional solutions to the problems facing the industrial world and society more broadly.