My PhD was devoted to some problems of classical, equilibrium statistical mechanics. More precisely I have been studying the microscopic behavior of particle systems with logarithmic, Coulomb or Riesz interactions. The manuscript is available here (in English, with an introduction in French).

A uniqueness result for minimizers of the 1D log-gas renormalized energy
*J. of Functional Analysis*, 268, 7 (2015)
Large deviation principle for empirical fields of Log- and Riesz gases, with S. Serfaty
*Inventiones math.*, accepted (2017)
Logarithmic, Coulomb and Riesz energy of point processes
*J. Stat. Phys*, 162(4), 887-923 (2016)
Local microscopic behavior for 2D Coulomb gases
*PTRF*, accepted (2016)
Large deviations for the 2D two-component plasma, with S. Serfaty, O. Zeitouni & an appendix by W. Wu.
*Comm. Math. Phys*, to appear (2016)
Fluctuations of two-dimensional Coulomb gases, with S. Serfaty.
Submitted (2016)
Large deviation principles for hypersingular Riesz gases, with D.P. Hardin, E.B. Saff and S. Serfaty.
Submitted (2017)
CLT for fluctuations of beta-ensembles with general potential, with F. Bekerman and S. Serfaty.
Submitted (2017)