Curriculum vitae
Surname: POIRIER
Names: Sylvain, André; JeanJacqiues
Born on June 21, 1974
Address: 3bis rue Auguste Dollfus, 76600 Le Havre, France.
Email: trustforum @ gmail.com

1992: Bac. C (scientific bachelor) in Le Havre.

199295: Math Sup, Math Spé M' (intensive math higher
education classes) at Lycée Corneille (Rouen).

1995: After short failure in the mAdmissibility at Ecole
Normale Superieure (rue d'Ulm, Paris).
Rank 64 after the oral examination.

199596: first year of Magistère of mathematics at ENS Ulm
[= prestigious curriculum :
fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magistère_(diplôme), equivalent to both
3rd and 4rth university years in one year]

199697: Master (DEA) of Mathematics in Paris 7, grade: Mention
Bien. Attended
courses: Lie Groups (P. Gérardin), Algebraic Topology
(M.Karoubi),
NonCommutative Analysis (P. Krée), Vassiliev Invariants (Pierre.
Vogel),
and (without exam) Quantum Field Theory (JB Zuber); work under
the direction of P. Vogel.

1997January 2000: PhD in Grenoble under the direction of
Christine
Lescop (http://wwwfourier.ujfgrenoble.fr/~lescop/)
Subject: the Configuration space integrals for links and tangles
in
R3.
It is made of an article in English
(http://sylvainpoirier.fr/these.ps.gz)
which is a new, united version of the two prepublished articles
(math.GT/9901028
and math.GT/9902058), and an introduction in French presenting a
classical
fields version of the ChernSimons gauge theory in the abelian and
nonabelian
cases (http://sylvainpoirier.fr/introthese.dvi), and introducing
to the
quantification problem of this field. See my thesis page : http://sylvainpoirier.fr/thesis.html

JanuaryMarch 2001: participation as "young researcher" in
the European
Research Training Network "Geometric Analysis"
(http://www.dipmat.unian.it/rtn),
in ClujNapoca, Romania (with Dorin Andrica). Submission of an
article,
finally published by Lucrarile seminarului de creativitate
matematica
(vol.10, 2001), titled "Une nouvelle introduction à la physique
mathématique". September 2001January 2002: Postdoctoral
position
with the EURROMMAT program at IMAR (Institute of mathematics of
the Romanian
academy, Bucharest).
 FebMarch 2002: once more in ClujNapoca as above.
 AprilJune 2002: also with Geometric Analysis RTN, but at
IMPAN, Warsaw.
The referee for my thesis article sumbitted to the AGT Journal
asked to
divide it again in two parts and make some improvements. The
first part
is now published at
http://www.maths.warwick.ac.uk/agt/AGTVol2/agt240.abs.html
.
 Spring 2003: postdoc in LouvainlaNeuve, Belgium
 20032004: Assistant professor of mathematics at Université de
la Réunion
Other activities
1990: Programming of the Mandelbrot set in machine language (via
the
BASIC language)
19901991: I wrote (for myself) a formulation of
electromagnetism from a relativistic
point of view, in my way starting from some hints found in books.
Little
afterwards I did the same kind of thing with Einstein's equation
of general
relativity theory. Then I had some ideas on spinors.
1992: 2nd prize at the contest Kangaroo of Mathematics
1993: 1st prize at the contest Kangaroo of Mathematics
1995: Special mention (instead of the prize) at the Fermat Junior
Price
of mathematics, for a new method of resolution of cubic equations:
http://settheory.net/cubicequations
1998: Participation in the summer camp of mathematics for
the
youngs organised by the FFJM association.
1999: 2nd participation, where I presented the notions of
spherical
geometry and perspective, and let pupils do a little research.
Starting in 1994, continuing more since 2004 : development of
personal web sites on the foundations of maths and physics, and on
philosophy:
 In French : http://spoirier.lautre.net
 In English :
 Economics and politics : http://infoliberalism.info ,
including a concept of a stable online money system :
http://spoirier.lautre.net/money.htm
 Philosophy : http://antispirituality.net , including some
notes on the nature of science and pseudoscience :
http://antispirituality.net/science
 Foundations of Mathematics and Physics :
http://settheory.net/
(including Set theory, Godel's Completeness and Incompleteness
theorems, Special and General Relativity, introduction to
quantum physics)