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The Toulouse Mathematics Institute (IMT), created in 2007, federates the mathematics community of the Toulouse area. The IMT is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse3 (UT3), the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées of Toulouse (INSA), the Université Toulouse1 Capitole (UT1) and the Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès (UT2J).

We have over 120 Undergraduates, 30 doctoral postgraduate students, and over 240 academic staff  studying and working across all fields of mathematics.

Research is focused both on fundamental mathematics and statistics and on applications in other sciences.
The Institute is composed of six main teams :
    • Analysis
    • Dynamics and Complex Geometry
    • Partial Differential Equations
    • Geometry, Topology, Algebra
    • Probability
    • Statistics and Optimization

The HAL -IMT collection holds most of the Institute's publications since 2007. For more information, please contact :


Before starting :

You can access HAL using the RENATER identity federation. If you don't want to or can't use the federation, you can still create a local HAL account.

- Create a local Hal account, fill the form at the following address:

- Create your IdHAL : IdDHAL is a unique identifier. It allows an authenticated user to link his author forms and to choose a default one. You can add ORCID and other researcher identifiers.

- Note that the IMT's identifier is 1954

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If you deposit a file produced by a publisher make sure you are allowed to do so, either by asking for the publisher’s permission or by consulting websites listing their policies (Sherpa, Dulcinea).

How to deposit :
- Upload your fil(s) or add a DOI
- Verify and complete the document's metadata
- Complete the author's data
- Validate the submission

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