Presentation of laboratory and access

The mathematics Laboratory of Versailles is a joint research unit (UMR 8100) CNRSUniversité Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, located on the campus of the Faculty of Science

Many members of the laboratory are in charge of teaching mathematics at the mathematics department of the UVSQ.

Members of the CRYPTO team are in charge of teaching at the Computer Science Department of the UVSQ.


Laboratory address and access
Campus map




Research teams :

Administration :

  • Direction :

Dimitri Zvonkine

accueil.gifbâtiment Fermat, bureau 3301
telephone.gif01 39 25 36 28

  • Library – Documentation – Laboratory website :

Nadège Arnaud

accueil.gifbâtiment Fermat, bureau 4201
telephone.gif01 39 25 30 67
  • Management division :

For all requests for missions or purchase of material (except computer) contact the list:

For the purchase of computer equipment, use the list:


Laure Frèrejean : administrative manager

accueil.gifbâtiment Fermat, bureau 4206
telephone.gif01 39 25 46 44

Estelle Mérel : administrator

bâtiment Fermat, bureau 4204
telephone.gif01 39 25 36 84


  • To write to a member of the laboratory :

To come to the laboratory :

  • Adress :
accueil.gifLaboratoire de Mathématiques de Versailles

UFR des Sciences
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines

Bâtiment Fermat
Bâtiment Sophie Germain
Bâtiment Descartes

45 avenue des États-Unis
78035 Versailles cedex


Access by public transport



From Paris, you can take a suburban SNCF train or the RER C (zone 4 of the Transilien railway): (ratp)

By train: Paris-St Lazare / Versailles Rive-Droite line, Montreuil station. The journey takes around 30 minutes from Paris-Saint-Lazare station, or 15 to 20 minutes from La Défense.During the day, there is a train every 15 minutes.

Once you arrive at Montreuil station, you can take bus (Phébus) 1 (direction “university”) to the terminus or walk (about 10 minutes) to the university.


By train: Montparnasse / Versailles Chantiers line, Versailles Chantiers station. By RER C, from Paris to Versailles Chantiers station.

Once you arrive at Versailles Chantiers, you can take:

  • the bus (Phébus) 13, direction “université”. This bus leaves from the bus stationGo down to university. This bus runs during school hours and rush hour 7-9 am / 2:50 pm-5:30pm only.
  • the bus (Phébus) 6, direction “gare de Viroflay rive gauche”. This bus leaves on the “Cour de Buc” side.Get off at “République Lesseps” and walk (about 10 minutes) to the university.


By RER C, from Paris to Versailles Rive-Gauche station.

Once you arrive at Versailles Rive-Gauche, you can take:

  • the bus (Phébus) 1, direction “Versailles Picardie”.
  • the bus (Phébus) 13, direction “université”. Go down to university.This bus runs during school hours and rush hour 7-9 am / 2:50 pm-5:30pm only.
  • the bus (Phébus) 10, direction “Versailles Pershing”. Go down to university.



Access by car:


External people:
People invited by departments, departments and laboratories must report to the access barrier.

You cannot enter campus by car. You must leave your vehicle in the “student” parking lot on the other side of the avenue des Etats-Unis.

Campus map:

(click on the map to enlarge)



The LMV offices are divided between the Fermat building, the Germain building and the Descartes building.