I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut Camille Jordan of the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 hosted by Prof. Christophe Garban.

From September to November 2021, I was a visiting researcher at IHES hosted by Prof. Laure Saint-Raymond.

From 2019 to 2021, I was a postdoctoral fellow working at Tel Aviv University in the group of Prof. Ron Peled.

I defended my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Scott Armstrong and Prof. Jean-Christophe Mourrat at the Département de Mathématiques et Applications of ENS Paris and at the CEREMADE of Université Paris Dauphine on June 18th 2019.

You can contact me at either paul.dario@univ-lyon1.fr or at pauldario@ihes.fr.

My research work focuses on questions arising from probability and partial differential equations. My main research interest is stochastic homogenization and its connections with models of random surfaces. Besides that, I have studied disordered spin systems and in particular the Imry-Ma phenomenon.

You will find here an account of my teaching and research activities.