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Professor at the Mathematics department of the University of Geneva. Mostly working at the intersection of probability theory and statistical physics.

With a colleague, we are in the process of writing an introductory book on the (classical) equilibrium statistical physics of lattice spin systems, from a mathematically rigorous point of view. A more detailed description of the project, as well as early drafts of several chapters can be found here.


May
23
answered Minimum connectivity required for mean field to be a good approximation?
Apr
27
answered What happens to the free energy of the two-dimensional ising model with vortices?
Oct
26
answered Percolation and number of phases in the 2D Ising model
Jun
1
answered 1 dimensional Ising model
May
22
answered Precise statement of Mermin–Wagner theorem
May
11
answered What is the interface tension between ordered and disordered phases of the Potts model?
Mar
19
answered Determining the probability of a particular site having a particular spin in an Ising model
Mar
8
answered Difference between theoretical physics and mathematical physics?
Mar
4
answered Is there a formal definition of a macroscopic variable in statistical mechanics?
Dec
10
answered The strong Markov property of Gibbs measures in 2D Ising Model
May
31
answered What is known about some massive Gaussian models on a lattice?
Oct
9
answered What are some critiques of Jaynes' approach to statistical mechanics?
Oct
7
asked Fluctuations of an interface with hammock potential
Oct
5
answered Phase Transition in the Ising Model with Non-Uniform Magnetic Field
Sep
30
asked Sampling typical clusters between distant points in subcritical percolation
Sep
25
answered The Role of Rigor
Sep
21
answered Connections and applications of SLE in physics
Sep
19
asked Mermin-Wagner theorem in the presence of hard-core interactions
Sep
16
answered What are the justifying foundations of statistical mechanics without appealing to the ergodic hypothesis?