[Posted on april 30, 2016]
In no particular order :
- the latest issue of Gazette de Mathematiciens has just appeared, it includes an introduction to the Berkovich line by Jérôme Poineau, and also part of an exchange between Alice Jacquet and Claire Mathieu on the work of the latter and her collaborators on the emergence of a glass ceiling in social networks (here is the paper of Mathieu et al itself, and note also a talk about this at BNF next month) among lots of other things
- Claire Voisin has very recently been elected to the newly created Chaire de Géométrie Algébrique du Collège de France
- an article from the Harvard Crimson about tenure choices in the math departement
- a curious case of nearly full Open Access : Elsevier-owned Comptes Rendus Mathématiques will henceforth provide some of its articles for free, for that the corresponding author must have a french affiliation (technically, an email at an insitution based in France) otherwise the article will stay behind a paywall for readers but with the strange and fortunate freedom to post the final pdf on the institutional server of the authors (but not on a preprint server for 3 years).
- the Spiegel has recently featured Peter Scholze (behind a paywall)
Low clouds over the lake, by claudiadea131 on flickr