Raphaël Forien

Currently
Ph.D. (defended on 24/11/2017)
at
CMAP - École Polytechnique
Supervisor
Amandine Véber, Alison Etheridge
Research topic
population genetics for spatially structured population, infinite dimensional stochastic processes, spatial coalescent processes, the spatial Lambda Fleming-Viot process, measure-valued Markov processes, random walks in random environment, stochastic PDE's, demographic inference in heterogeneous environments, skew Brownian motion, partially reflected Brownian motion.
Collaborators
Sarah Penington, Mitch Gooding, Graham Coop, Harald Ringbauer, Alison Etheridge, Amandine Véber.

My work focuses on the influence of spatial heterogeneities in classical population genetics models (Kimura's stepping stone and the spatial Lambda Fleming-Viot process).

Thesis manuscript

My thesis manuscript can be found here.

Introduction to my research field

A short and accessible introduction to my research field, written for my 3rd year thesis in the ENS.

Publications

Talks

Summer Schools - Conferences

Here is a short list of the various summer schools and conferences I attended.