Nathanaël Berestycki's Homepage

Welcome to my homepage. I am a Reader in Probability at the Statistical Laboratory, part of the DPMMS at the University of Cambridge. I am also a Fellow of King's College.

What I do

I am interested in many aspects of probability theory. I enjoy the rich interplay with other fields such as analysis, geometry or combinatorics. More precisely, my research involves: Brownian motion, random geometry, Liouville quantum gravity, Gaussian free field, SLE, branching and coalescing systems and relation to partial differential equations.

My CV is here.

Quick links:

  • Programme on Random Geometry at the Newton Institute, Cambridge.
  • Probability group and probability seminar.
  • Editorial work: I am an editor of the Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society and of Springer Briefs in Mathematical Physics.
  • Programme Grant on Random Geometry: Cambridge Probability has been awarded a £1.5M grant from EPSRC.
  • PhD students: Henry Jackson, Ed Mottram, Bati Sengul, Lee Zhuo Zhao, Richard Pymar (graduated 2011).
  • Postdoctoral associates: Laure Dumaz (current) Arnab Sen (2010-2012), Ariel Yadin (2009-2010).