Associate Professor of Mathematics

bourgade@cims.nyu.edu

212-998-3090

Warren Weaver Hall, Office 603

Ph.D., Mathematics, Université Paris 6, France, 2009.

M.S., Probability, Université Paris 6, France, 2007.

M.S., Computer Science, Telecom Paris, France, 2007.

B.S., Mathematics and Physics, École Polytechnique, France, 2006.

My research lies in probability theory (random matrices, stochastic analysis) and its connections with other domains of mathematics (partial differential equations, analytic number theory). My current main interest is in the random matrix universality class, a paradigm for complex statistical physics statistics.

P. Bourgade, H.-T. Yau and J. Yin,
"The local circular law for random matrices",
Probability Theory and Related Fields
159, no. 3-4, 545-595 (2014)

P. Bourgade and J. Kuan,
"Strong Szegő asymptotics and zeros of the zeta function",
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics
67, no. 6, 1028–1044 (2014)

P. Bourgade, L. Erdos and H.-T. Yau,
"Universality of general beta ensembles",
Duke Mathematical Journal
163, no. 6, 1127-1190 (2014)