The following institutions have already expressed their support: the Saint Flour summer school in probability theory, the Fourier Institute summer school in Grenoble, the CEMRACS (applied and computational mathematics at CIRM in Marseilles), the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHÉS), International Center for Pure and Applied Mathematics (CIMPA), the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu-Paris Rive Gauche, University Paris-Sud (Orsay), Écoles normales supérieures in Lyon, Paris and Rennes, École polytechnique… All schools will offer excellent housing options, an attractive location and a high-level scientific environment.
The French mathematical community is deeply committed to international scientific cooperation with emerging countries, as evidenced by a number of initiatives, both personal and institutional. For instance, some mathematical departments abroad benefited from the presence of French mathematicians from their earliest foundation. Today, some of the international CNRS research units (UMI) located around the world are partly established in some of these countries. This support has evolved over time to keep up with best practices in the dissemination of mathematical knowledge.