I am presently a Courant Instructor (post-doc) in the
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
at NYU. In particular, I help organizing the Courant Institute Probability Seminar.
For the year 2017/2018, I have the honor to be a Cathleen Morawetz post-doctoral fellow.
During the Spring 2018 semester, I am teaching Ordinary Differential Equations (MATH-GA.2470-001).
You can contact me at thommaisasl@oùmath.nyu.estdoncedu or at my office WH926.
So far, I have been interested by the statistical physics approach for studying large random objects.
More precisely, my work focuses on the microscopic behavior of log-gases (and related systems). You can find the list of my papers as well as a copy of my thesis.
A particularly fascinating open question (for me) is to understand the nature of the phase transition (or lack thereof) in the two-dimensional Coulomb gas.
I did my PhD in the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions
of Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6), under the supervision
of Sylvia Serfaty.
Before that, I was a student at the École Normale Supérieure de Paris.
A more detailed CV is available here.