Associate Professor (University Lecturer) in
the Department of
Tutorial Fellow at Lady
Margaret Hall in the University
EPSRC Early Career Fellow January 2016 to December 2020.
Postal address: Department of Statistics, 24-29 St Giles', Oxford 0X1
Department of Statistics: Room 3.08.
Tel: (01865) (2)81224.
Lady Margaret Hall: Ground floor back office, 2 Fyfield Road.
Tel: (01865) (2)74392.
My research interests are in probability and combinatorics.
Published papers and preprints.
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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
Slides from talks
ALEA in Europe
minicourse: slides Slides from four lectures on random trees, random graphs and
fragmentation processes given at Warwick in April
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. Essays and theses
My Part III (approximately masters-level) essay entitled [ The Chen-Stein Method for Convergence of
Distributions .ps.gz (120kb)].
My PhD thesis entitled [ Large Random
Hypergraphs .ps.gz (747kb)].
Cambridge Part III Stochastic Calculus (2006)
Oxford Part B Applied Probability (2008)
Warwick ST202 Stochastic Processes (2010)
Oxford Mods/Prelims Probability (2011, 2012, 2013,
webpage APTS Applied Stochastic Processes (2012, 2013, 2014):
webpage OxWaSP Probability and Approximation Module (2014, 2015)
Oxford Part B Applied Probability (2007-8, 2011-15):
webpage Oxford Part C Probabilistic Combinatorics (2008)
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. Supervision
I have acted as a coursework supervisor for the
Applied Statistics I have supervised Part C projects for Mathematics and
Statistics students and masters dissertations for the MSc
in Applied Statistics.
Postdoc and DPhil students
Simon Griffiths (postdoc, jointly with James Martin and Ben Hambly)
Dominic Yeo (DPhil student, jointly supervised by James
Martin) Eleonora Kreacic (DPhil student, jointly supervised by James Martin)
Benjamin Scellier, École polytechnique, stage de M1 (2013).
Delphin Sénizergues, École normale
supérieure (Paris), stage de M2 (2015).
Addario-Berry, Marie Albenque, Anne-Laure
Broutin, Rui Dong,
Johnson, Grégory Miermont, James
Windridge. My Erdős number is 3.
and some non-mathematical links.
Mail to goldschm at stats.ox.ac.uk
Last modified: 13th January 2016.