Laure Dumaz

Laboratoire du Ceremade, Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal De Lattre De Tassigny
75016 Paris
Office: C 618
Office phone: +33 (0)1 44 05 41 95
(Page en francais)

I am working in probability theory. Since October 2015, I have been a CNRS researcher in Ceremade, in the university Paris-Dauphine.

Together with Guillaume Barraquand, we are organizing the working group "Random matrices et graphs" MEGA taking place in IHP. With Mathieu Lewin, we are organizing the working group ESCAPADE in Ceremade.

I did my PhD under the supervision of Bálint Tóth and Wendelin Werner, defended in December 2012 (here is the manuscript (partially in French)).


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My current main research topics are random matrices and their limiting operators, in particular the phenomenon of localization of certain random Schrödinger operators. I have also been interested in SLE processes, conformal invariance, statistical models and near-criticality, and self-interacting processes.

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Publication in applied mathematics :

Lecture notes

Lecture notes (in French) of a mini-course on Random matrices and graphs and some applications to correlation matrices given in Bordeaux (draft).