Tunan Zhu

Tunan Zhu

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I am currently a second year PhD student at ENS Paris under the supervision of Vincent Vargas. There are two main axes in my research work: Gaussian multiplicative chaos (GMC) and Liouville quantum gravity (LQG). GMC is a random measure with density given by exponential of a log-correlated Gaussian field. It has applications in random matrices, random geometry, statistical physics, finance etc. On the other hand, LQG is a physics theory which lies at the interface of quantum field theory and conformal field theory. My goal is to prove rigorously some conjectures in LQG and deduce as a consequence exact results on GMC.

Publications

Teaching

I am in charge of the course "Mathématiques et statistiques pour économistes" for the statistics part at ENS Paris.

Activities

  • Jun 2019 - Probability and quantum field theory: discrete models, CFT, SLE and constructive aspects, IGESA, Porquerolles, France.
  • Jul 2018 - Random geometry follow up, University of Cambridge, UK. (Slides)
  • Jun 2018 - Hausdorff school on log-correlated fields, HCM, Bonn, Germany.
  • Oct 2017 - Scaling limits of random planar maps and Liouville quantum gravity, MFO, Oberwolfach, Germany.
  • Jan 2017 - L'ecole d'hiver combinatoire et interaction, CIRM, Marseilles, France.
  • Oct 2016 - 2nd French Russian conference ‘Random geometry and physics’, IHP, Paris, France.

Contact

  • Email : tunan.zhu_"shift+2"_ens.fr
  • Bureau : V6 / Passage Vert, rez-de-chaussée, escalier B
  • Equipe : Probabilités et statistiques
  • Etablissement de rattachement : ENS
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