Maxime Savoy, PhD student at QMATH
Maxime Savoy started as PhD student 1 February 2018 associated with the department's Section for Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics and the Centre for the Mathematics of Quantum Theory.
Maxime's interests range across many fields of mathematical physics, and some theoretical physics. His principal activities will concern the study of statistical models defined on random graphs, which in particular can be considered as a regularisation method to study two-dimensional quantum gravity.
He will write his thesis under the supervision of Professor Bergfinnur Durhuus.
Maxime did his bachelor's and master's at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) and wrote his master's thesis called "Conformal Loop Ensembles and Brownian Loop Soups" at MIT, Boston. He was at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) during his third year of bachelor's for an exchange.
Maxime works in office 04.0.07.