The Indo-French Centre for Applied Mathematics (IFCAM) has been jointly set up by the Indian and French Governments at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore as an international joint research unit (UMI). IFCAM is designed as a platform for cooperation in mathematical sciences with the primary focus being the area of applied mathematics.


IFCAM funds joint research projects between Indian and French investigators, exchange visits of faculty and students (within the ambit of a research collaboration), exploratory visits, post-doctoral fellowships, joint research workshops, annual summer/winter school, and visits by Indian researchers (particularly from universities and colleges) to IFCAM.






Director: Prof. Govindan Rangarajan, Indian Institute of Science, India.


Deputy Director: Prof. Jean-Pierre Raymond, Universite Paul Sabatier, France.


Financial Management: Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research (CEFIPRA), India