I am a math PhD student in Sorbonne Université (LPSM), interested mainly but not only in random trees, discrete or continuous, the stochastic processes revolving around them, and their applications to evolutionary biology:
- fragmentation/coalescent processes
- point processes – random measures
- Lévy processes
My advisor is Amaury Lambert and I can usually be found in the SMILE group hosted at Collège de France.
jean-jil [dot] duchamps [at] normalesup [dot] org
SMILE, CIRB, Collège de France
11 place Marcelin Berthelot
Publications – preprints
Trees within trees: Simple nested coalescents.
Renewal Sequences and Record Chains Related to Multiple Zeta Sums.
Mutations on a Random Binary Tree with Measured Boundary.
Memoirs (in French)
You can find my CV here.