- DLR equations and rigidity for the Sine-beta process, with D. Dereudre, A. Hardy and M. Maïda.
- The one-dimensional log-gas free energy has a unique minimiser, with M. Erbar and M. Huesmann.

- A uniqueness result for minimizers of the 1D log-gas renormalized energy Journal of Functional Analysis, 268(7), 1649-1677. (2015)
- Large deviation principle for empirical fields of Log- and Riesz gases, with S. Serfaty. Inventiones mathematicae, 210(3), 645-757. (2017)
- Logarithmic, Coulomb and Riesz energy of point processes J. Stat. Phys, 162(4), 887-923. (2016)
- Local microscopic behavior for 2D Coulomb gases Probability Theory and Related Fields, 169(3-4), 931-976. (2017)
- Large deviations for the two-dimensional two-component plasma, with S. Serfaty and O. Zeitouni Comm. Math. Phys., 350(1), 301-360. (2017)
- Fluctuations of two-dimensional Coulomb gases, with S. Serfaty. Geometric and Functional Analysis, 28(2), 443-508 (2018)
- Large deviation principles for hypersingular Riesz gases, with D.P. Hardin, E.B. Saff and S. Serfaty. Constr. Approx. 48(1), 61-100 (2018)
- CLT for fluctuations of beta-ensembles with general potential, with F. Bekerman and S. Serfaty. Electr. J. of Prob., vol. 23, paper no. 115 (2018)
- CLT for fluctuations of linear statistics in the Sine-beta process International Mathematics Research Notices (Accepted)

- DLR equations for the \(\mathrm{Sine}_{\beta}\) process and applications (Columbia University, 09/2018)
- Statistical physics approach to 1d and 2d Log-gases (Optimal and Random Point Configurations, ICERM, 02/2018)
- Microscopic behavior for beta-ensembles: an “energy approach” (BIRS Workshop, Banff, 04/2016)

PhD thesis

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).

Theses slides: Microscopic behavior of eigenvalues and charged particles
(Courant Instructor Day, NYU, 09/16) give a brief overview of my thesis, intended for a general (mathematical) audience.