Viviane Baladi | |
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Viviane Baladi at Oberwolfach in 2009 | |

Born | |

Nationality | Swiss |

Alma mater | University of Geneva |

Scientific career | |

Fields | Mathematics |

Doctoral advisor | Jean-Pierre Eckmann |

**Viviane Baladi** (born May 23, 1963) is a mathematician who works as a director of research at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) in France. Originally Swiss, she has become a naturalized citizen of France.^{ [1] } Her research concerns dynamical systems.

Baladi earned master's degrees in mathematics and computer science in 1986 from the University of Geneva.^{ [1] } She stayed in Geneva for her doctoral studies, finishing a Ph.D. in 1989 under the supervision of Jean-Pierre Eckmann, with a dissertation concerning the zeta functions of dynamical systems.^{ [2] }

She worked at CNRS beginning in 1990, with a leave of absence from 1993 to 1999 when she taught at ETH Zurich and the University of Geneva. She also spent a year as a professor at the University of Copenhagen in 2012–2013.^{ [1] }

She is the author of the book *Positive Transfer Operators and Decay of Correlation* (Advanced Series in Nonlinear Dynamics 16, World Scientific, 2000)^{ [3] } and of *Dynamical Zeta Functions and Dynamical Determinants for Hyperbolic Maps: A Functional Approach* (Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete 68, Springer, 2018).^{ [4] }

She was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2014, speaking in the section on "Dynamical Systems and Ordinary Differential Equations".^{ [5] } Baladi was awarded the CNRS Silver Medal in 2019.^{ [6] }

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*Curriculum vitae: Viviane Baladi*, Centre national de la recherche scientifique , retrieved 2015-10-14. - ↑ Viviane Baladi at the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
- ↑ Review of
*Positive Transfer Operators and Decay of Correlation*by Jérôme Buzzi (2001), MR 1793194. - ↑ Reviews of
*Dynamical Zeta Functions and Dynamical Determinants for Hyperbolic Maps*: Claudio Bonanno, MR 3837132; Kazuhiro Sakai, Zbl 1405.37001 - ↑
*ICM Plenary and Invited Speakers since 1897*, International Mathematical Union , retrieved 2015-10-01. - ↑
*Médaille d’argent du CNRS*

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