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What is IXXI?


IXXI uses four steps to help creating interdisciplinary teams:

Animation of the community through workshops, seminar, IXXI-days to promote discussions between disciplines.

Support emergent projects: two calls per year (spring – falls). This is an easy (but small) financing to support emergent projects/events without disciplinary barriers.

Hosting researchers that are at the heart of the community through their scientific fields. Currently IXXI hosts three research teams in its project hotel:  DANTE - Temporal and Structural Capture Approach; Sisyphe -  Signals, Systems and Physics; Dice - Data economy.

Teaching: IXXI has created a Master (2nd year) on “modeling of complex systems”, which is a common option for students in Masters of mathematics, computer science, physics and biology.




  • Director: Patrice ABRY - CNRS, LP ENS de Lyon
  • Deputy director:  Jean-Philippe MAGUÉ, ICAR, ENS de Lyon
  • Interim administrative manager: Diane BARTHELEMY


Executive Committee





  • Fabrice Bardet
  • Martin Castelnovo
  • Ibrahim Cheddadi
  • Christophe Crespelle
  • Michel Dojat
  • Irène Gannaz
  • Anna Ghimenton
  • Sophie Hatte
  • Julie Henry
  • Vincent Miele
  • Sophie Pantalacci
  • Jean-Michel Roy
  • Philippe Rygiel
  • Nicolas Schabanel
  • Aurélien Tabard
Nov 22, 2022
Sep 13, 2022 Newsletter IXXI Septembre 2022
Mar 02, 2022 L'Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 propose un poste de Maître ou Maîtresse de conférence en Modélisation biostatistique et Intelligence Artificielle.
Jun 22, 2021 The graduate school "Confinement-Controlled Chemistry" is looking for top-class graduate students with an interest in exploring the influence of geometrical confinement on reactions. Our graduate school offers a three-year-program, starting October 1st 2021 latest (preferably earlier), that combines cutting-edge research with a structured curriculum (in English) of lectures, colloquia and workshops in the fields of theory, spectroscopy, synthesis, and surface science. The program also comprises the opportunity for an integrated three-month research stay, preferably at the University of California.