Thomas Tendron

I am a PhD student at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematics of Random Systems at the University of Oxford. My advisor is Julien Berestycki.

Before coming to Oxford, I completed my B.A. and M.A. in mathematics at McGill University. During my master’s degree, I worked under the supervision of Louigi Addario-Berry and Jessica Lin.

For a full curriculum vitae, see cv.

Research

I have a broad interest in probability theory and related partial differential equations. I study theoretical models of random phenomena. Such models are often motivated by problems in population genetics, in statistical physics, and increasingly in machine learning. Some questions which arise frequently concern the long-time behaviour of stochastic processes viewed at different scales, the transitions between the microscopic and macroscopic pictures, and the universality of the limits.

Publications

  1. L. Addario-Berry, J. Lin, T. Tendron, (2020) Barycentric Brownian Bees, submitted, arxiv

Contact

Email: firstname dot lastname @ univ dot ox dot ac dot uk