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Welcome! I am currently a Postdoc fellow in the Applied Probability group of the Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Delft University of Technology.

Working address



TUDelft/EEMCS/DIAM

van Mourik Broekmanweg 6, 2628 XE Delft, The Netherlands


Room: W 1.540 (building 28)

e-mail

f.collet-1 [AT] tudelft [DOT] nl

Research interests

My research activity mainly concerns Probability Theory applied to Statistical Mechanics. In particular, I am interested in fluctuations theorems for disordered mean field interacting particle systems. Recently, I have started working also on metastability for Markov processes.

Collateral topics: occupancy models.

Keywords: disordered models, exchangeable occupancy models, fluctuations, interacting particle systems, large and moderate deviations, Markov processes, mean field interaction, mixing and relaxation times, perturbation theory, self-organized behaviors, stochastic dynamics

Current Projects:

  • with Alessandra Bianchi: relaxation time for a two-population generalization of the Curie-Weiss model
  • with Paolo Dai Pra and Daniele Tovazzi: behavior of critical fluctuations of the Kuramoto model in presence of Hopf bifurcation
  • with Richard Kraaij: large and moderate deviations for a dissipative version of the Curie-Weiss model
  • with Frank Redig: large deviations for molecular motors
  • with Frank Redig, Ellen Saada and Federico Sau: path-space hydrodynamic limit for the simple exclusion process in dynamic environment