The ALGANT Alumni Network has finally a head office!It is virtual, but it is no less comfortable or cozy than a welcoming home! There you will find whiteboards to discuss maths, sofas to relax, games to play and even a kitchen if you feel hungry. Do not hesitate to come and visit, take a coffee or see if anybody is
The success of the first AAN Welcoming held in 2020 could not be left without a heir. Aware of some improvements that might have been introduced from the previous year, and with some more experience in our backpacks, we were joyful to organise the Second AAN Welcoming for Master students, which is now established as a tradition of the association.
We are planning to hold the very much awaited 2AAANWftAMS on the 27th of August 2021 starting at 14h00 in CEST-time! What? You do not know what it is? We were hoping the acronym was giving some hints, but hey, maybe you just need us to spell it out. Of course it is the 2nd Annual AAN Welcoming for the
One of the main concerns of the AAN is to create bridges between Alumni and current master students and to make available to the latter the experience of the former. On the 7th August 2020, this guiding idea of the organisation was put into practise through the First AAN Welcoming for Master students, which gathered several ALGANT students and some
On 7 Aug 2020, we will hold our 1st Annual AAN Welcoming for the ALGANT Master Students (1AAANWftAMS for short… until we figure out a cooler acronym). It will be online since Zoom sessions are trendy these days. And they’re free. You are very much welcome to join as a participant, but what we need is help from you in
There is an open position in the group on Coding Theory for Quantum Technology at Aalto University (Finland), the starting date being September 2019. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong knowledge in linear algebra and coding theory, experience in quantum information theory will be valued but not mandatory. More info at https://www.aalto.fi/en/open-positions/doctoral-candidate-in-coding-theory-for-quantum-technology. [communicated by Mohamed Taoufiq Damir]
The first conference organized by the association was the 2019 AAN Symposium; it was held among the Spanish Pyrenees at the “Centro de Ciencias Pedro Pascual” in Benasque from the 23rd to the 25th of May 2019. The three days long event was attended by more than 40 participants. The scientific program included two lectures given by Pilar Bayer and Bas Edixhoven, plenary talks
The 10th graduation ceremony of the ALGANT program last 2016 concluded with a one-day conference organized by the AAN. Privileged by the participation of Professor Jean-Pierre Serre, the day was a mix of scientific talks and non-academical contributions; its success was proved by the enthusiastic participation of former ALGANT students. It was also the occasion for many of the ALGANT