I am a non-permanent researcher at Bonn University at the institute of applied mathematics. I’m mostly interested in probability theory and  discrete mathematics, in particular the mathematical study of random growth models which form the so-called Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class (see here for an introduction),  which include the  (totally) asymmetric exclusion processes or last passage percolation models. I'm also very interested in the study of   mixing times of markov chains, as well as the asymptotic behaviour of random  young diagrams which e.g. encode random lozenge and domino tilings.


email adress : lastname at iam dot uni minus bonn dot de


Short academic CV:

10/2019 - present: Researcher at  Bonn University 

10/2016 – 09/2019: Postdoc at IST Austria

10/2015 – 09/2016: Postdoctoral Scholarship from Paris Science et Lettres, realized at  ENS Paris

11/2011 – 09/2015: PhD at Bonn University with Patrik Ferrari, supported by the Hausdorff Scholarship

09/2010 – 07/2011 : Admitted to ENS Paris as "pensionnaire étranger", Master thesis supervised by Ellen Saada

10/2006 – 10/2011: Diploma Student at FU Berlin