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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
- Slides from talks
- 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.
- Slides from my Graduate
Lecture in the Statistics Department, 7th March 2013.
- 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)].
- I give tutorials on Prelims Probability, Prelims
Statistics, Prelims Optimisation, Part A Probability, Part
A Statistics and Part A Graph Theory to
the LMH students.
- I act as a coursework supervisor for the MSc in
- I supervise 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
- Eleonora Kreacic (DPhil student, jointly supervised by James Martin)
- Former students
- 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
- My Erdős number is 3.
Some mathematical links
and some non-mathematical links.
Mail to goldschm at stats.ox.ac.uk
Last modified: 8th October 2015.