The Center in Paris is the University of Chicago's research and teaching arm in Europe, an intellectual community of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students representing our traditionally strong ties to European thought and culture. The Center is located in the 13th arrondissement, between the newly expanded campus of the University of Paris VII and the French National Library.
Nearly half of the undergraduates who travel abroad from the University of Chicago campus study in Paris, in programs that range from the humanities to the social sciences to the natural and physical sciences. A dozen doctoral students are currently in residence at the Center, and faculty visit regularly for research, conferences and teaching.
Latest News and Announcements
Center in Paris 10th Anniversary Celebration
September 5–6, 2014
Michael G. Kulma named Associate Vice President for Global Initiatives
Michael G. Kulma, who brings experience in foreign policy and international scholarship as an executive director and senior fellow at the Asia Society has been appointed Associate Vice President for Global Initiatives on July 7, 2014.
Transformations of the U.S. Constitutional Structure in the Penal and Security Arena: 1990 to the present
Journée d'études sous la direction de Bernard E. Harcourt (University of Chicago)
au Centre de l'Université de Chicago à Paris, 6 rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris
le 30 juin 2014 de 9h30 à 18h00
Journée d'études Sécularisme et Globalisation
Organisée par S. Romi Mukherjee et Lionel Obadia
Vendredi 27 Juin de 9h00 à 18h30
Economy and Language: An Inter-Disciplinary Workshop
19-20 June 2014
at the University of Chicago Center in Paris, 6 rue Thomas Mann, Paris 13ème
Organized by Salikoko S. Mufwene (University of Chicago) and
Cécile B. Vigouroux (Simon Fraser University and The Collegium de Lyon)
FEniCS‘14: Expressive and high performance scientific computing
organized by Ridgway Scott (University of Chicago)
16-17 June 2014
The FEniCS Project is a collaborative project for the development of innovative concepts and tools for automated scientific computing, with a particular focus on automated solution of differential equations by finite element methods.