Curriculum vitae







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French. Born on August 26, 1985.


Current positions
Permanent professor, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHÉS).
Professor (part time), Université de Genève.
PI of the ERC starting CriBlaM
2014-2016
Professor, Université de Genève.
2013-2014
Assistant Professor, Université de Genève.
2008-2012
PhD & Postdoc, Université de Genève (supervised by S. Smirnov).
2006-2008
École Normale Supérieure de Paris. Agrégation de mathématiques.
2006-2007
Master, Université Paris XI.
2003-2005
MPSI and MP* (preparatories classes), Lycée Louis-Le-Grand, Paris.
2018
Invited speaker (session Probability and session Mathematical Physics), ICM Rio.
2017
Loeve Prize.
2017
Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand de l'Académie des Sciences.
2017
New Horizons Prize in Mathematics.
2016
Prize of the European Mathematical Society.
2015
Early Career Award of the International Association of Mathematical Physics.
2015
Cours Peccot du collège de France.
2013
Oberwolfach prize.
2012
Rollo Davidson prize (joint with Vincent Beffara).
2012
Vacheron Constantin prize.
Plenary Lectures. Congrès de la société mathématique de France (2018), 31th Brazilian Coloquio (2017), Early Career Award Lecture at International Congress of Mathematical Physics (2015), 36th SPA conference (2013).

Lecture Series. Saint-Flour Summer School (2018), IST summer school in Mathematical physics (2018), Spin Systems: Discrete and Continuous (2018), Takagi Lectures (2017), Brazilian probability school (2017), PIMS summer school in Probability (2017), Charles River Lectures (2017), Universality, Scaling Limits and
Effective Theories (2016), Current Developments in Mathematics (2015), Cours Peccot du Collège de France (2015).

Colloquia. Plancherel lecture (Fribourg-Bern), Bonn, Brandeis-Harvard-MIT-Northeastern, Cologne, Genève, IMPA, Lausanne, Lille, Nancy, Paris 5, Technion, Tel Aviv, Paris 6.
Jhih-Huang Li (Phd student, started 2013)

Aran Raoufi (Phd student, started 2014)

Daria Smirnova (Phd student, started 2013)

Matan Harel (Postdoc, started 2014)

Ioan Manolescu (Postdoc, finished 2015, now Associate Professor in Fribourg)

Vincent Tassion (Postdoc, finished 2016, now Assistant Professor in ETH Zurich)
Communications in Mathematical Physics
Annals of Probability (starting January 2018)
Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré (B) Probabilités et Statistiques
EMS monographs in Mathematics