13 July 1959 |
|Institutions||École Normale Supérieure
Université Paris-Sud 11
|Alma mater||École Normale Supérieure|
|Doctoral advisor||Marcel Berger|
|Other academic advisors||Mikhail Gromov|
|Doctoral students||Cornelia Druţu |
Pierre Pansu (born 13 July 1959) is a French mathematician and a member of the Arthur Besse group and a close collaborator of Mikhail Gromov. He is a professor at the Université Paris-Sud 11 and the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. His main research field is geometry.
He is the great-son of French physician Félix Esclangon, and the great great-nephew of mathematician and astronomer Ernest Esclangon, inventor of the talking clock, and brother of Robert Pansu, chemist and research director at CNRS.
- Pansu, Pierre (1989), "Métriques de Carnot-Carathéodory et quasiisométries des espaces symétriques de rang un", Annals of Mathematics 129 (1): 1–60, doi:10.2307/1971484.
- Prix Georges Charpak 2013, , Académie des Sciences, France.
- Pansu's website at Université Paris-Sud 11
- Pierre Pansu at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Pierre Pansu's results at the International Mathematical Olympiad
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