Marcin Lis

I am a research associate in the Statistical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, where my hosts are Nathanaël Berestycki and Geoffrey Grimmett.

Previously, I was a postdoc with Holger Rootzén at Chalmers University and the University of Gothenburg, and at ICERM, Brown University.

I completed my PhD in mathematics at the VU University Amsterdam, where my advisors were Federico Camia, Wouter Kager and Ronald Meester.

I am mainly interested in two-dimensional statistical mechanics with a focus on the Ising model, the dimer model and random walk loop soups. I study the associated combinatorial structures in order to better understand the critical behaviour and phase transitions of these models.

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