Postal address: Department of Statistics, 24-29 St Giles', Oxford 0X1 3LB Department of Statistics: Room 3.08. My research interests are in probability and combinatorics. Published papers and preprints. |

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- Research interests
- I wrote my Ph.D. thesis on various aspects of the structure of random hypergraphs, with particular emphasis on the use of stochastic process methods. I have worked extensively on processes of coagulation (or coalescence) and fragmentation. More recently, I have been working on scaling limits for random trees and graphs.

- Brief academic CV
- B.A. and M.Math. in Mathematics at New Hall (now Murray Edwards College), University of Cambridge.
- Ph.D. in the Statistical Laboratory, University of Cambridge, with James Norris.
- 2003-4: Postdoc in the Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires at Université Paris VI with Jean Bertoin.
- 2004-7: Stokes Fellow in Mathematics at Pembroke College, Cambridge.
- 2007-9: EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford.
- 2009-11: Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick.
- I spent March 2011 as professeur invité at Université Paris-Sud (Orsay) and February 2014 as professeur invité at Univeristé Paris-Dauphine.

- Slides from talks
- Slides from four lectures on random trees, random graphs and fragmentation processes given at Warwick in April 2009: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4.
- Slides and the handout from a lecture course given at the Young European Probabilists' Workshop on ``Probability, Random Trees and Algorithms'', EURANDOM, 8th-12th March 2010.
- Slides from my talk at SPA in Oaxaca, 19th-24th July 2011.
- ALEA in Europe minicourse: slides
- Slides from my IMS Medallion lecture at the World Congress in Toronto, 10th-15th July 2016.

- Essays and theses
- Teaching
- Lectures
- Cambridge Part III Stochastic Calculus (2006)
- Oxford Part B Applied Probability (2008)
- Warwick ST202 Stochastic Processes (2010)
- Oxford Mods/Prelims Probability (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015): course webpage
- APTS Applied Stochastic Processes (2012, 2013, 2014): course webpage
- OxWaSP Probability and Approximation Module (2014, 2015)

- Classes
- Oxford Part B Applied Probability (2007-8, 2011-15): course webpage
- Oxford Part C Probabilistic Combinatorics (2008)

- Tutorials
- In Oxford, I have given tutorials on Prelims Probability, Prelims
Statistics, Prelims Optimisation, Part A Probability, Part
A Statistics and Part A Graph Theory to
the LMH students.

In Cambridge in the distant past, I supervised Part IA Probability (for both Maths and CS students), Part IB Markov Chains and Part II Probability and Measure.

- In Oxford, I have given tutorials on Prelims Probability, Prelims
Statistics, Prelims Optimisation, Part A Probability, Part
A Statistics and Part A Graph Theory to
the LMH students.
- Supervision
- I have acted as a coursework supervisor for the MSc in Applied Statistics
- I have supervised Part C projects for Mathematics and Statistics students and masters dissertations for the MSc in Applied Statistics.

- Lectures
- Postdocs and DPhil students
- Dominic Yeo (DPhil student, jointly supervised by James Martin)
- Eleonora Kreacic (DPhil student, jointly supervised by James Martin)

- Former students and postdocs
- Simon Griffiths, postdoc 2013-16, now faculty at PUC Rio de Janeiro.
- Benjamin Scellier, École polytechnique, stage de M1 (2013), now PhD student with Yoshua Bengio at Université de Montréal.
- Delphin Sénizergues, École normale supérieure (Paris), stage de M2 (2015), now PhD student with Nicolas Curien and Bénédicte Haas.
- Guillaume Conchon-Kerjan, École normale supérieure (Paris), stage de M2 (2016).

- Co-authors
- Louigi Addario-Berry, Marie Albenque, Anne-Laure Basdevant, Jean Bertoin, Nicolas Broutin, Daphné Dieuleveut, Rui Dong, Bénédicte Haas, Olly Johnson, Grégory Miermont, James Martin, James Norris, Dario Spanò, Daniel Ueltschi, Peter Windridge.
- My Erdős number is 3.

Some mathematical links and some non-mathematical links.

Mail to goldschm at stats.ox.ac.uk

Last modified: 23rd June 2016.