Laure Dumaz

Laboratoire du Ceremade, Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal De Lattre De Tassigny
75016 Paris
E-mail: dumaz@ceremade.dauphine.fr
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.

I am organizing the working group ESCAPADE in Ceremade with Mathieu Lewin and the working group "Random matrices et graphs" MEGA in IHP with Camille Male.

I defended my PhD in France in December 2012, you can find the slides of my defence (in French) and the manuscript (partially in French). My PhD advisors are Bálint Tóth and Wendelin Werner.

Resume:


Download here .

Research:


My main research interests are SLE processes, conformal invariance, statistical models and near-criticality, large deviations, self-interacting processes, and random matrices.

Publications and preprints:

Near-critical spanning forests and renormalization, with Stéphane Benoist and Wendelin Werner. arXiv:1503.08093 . 2015.
Image of a near-critical forest (a different color is associated to each cluster).
Click here for a simulation of the dynamics we are studying.

From Sine kernel to Poisson statistics , with Romain Allez. Electronic Journal of Probability. 2014.

Random matrices in non-confining potentials, with Romain Allez. arXiv:1404.5265 . Accepted in Journal of Statistical Physics. 2014.

Tracy-Widom at high temperature, with Romain Allez. arXiv:1312.1283 . Journal of Statistical Physics. 2013.

Marginal densities of the "true" self-repelling motion , with Bálint Tóth. arXiv:1202.4327 . Stochastic Processes and their Applications. 2013.

A clever (self-repelling) Burglar . Electronic Journal of Probability. 2012.

The right tail exponent of the Tracy-Widom-beta distribution , with Bálint Virág. arXiv:1102.4818 . Annales de l'IHP. 2013.

Large deviations and path properties of the true self-repelling motion. arXiv:1105.2948 . Accepted in Bulletin de la SMF . 2011.

Teaching:


I was teaching together with James Norris the part III course about Schramm Loewner Evolutions in spring 2014.