Webpage of Paul Dario

Welcome! I am chargé de recherche CNRS at the Laboratoire d’analyse et de mathématiques appliquées (LAMA) of Université Paris Est Créteil.

Before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut Camille Jordan with Prof. Christophe Garban, at IHES with Prof. Laure Saint-Raymond and at Tel Aviv University with 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 paul.dario@u-pec.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 interfaces. Besides that, I have studied disordered spin systems and in particular the Imry-Ma phenomenon.

You will find here an account of my research activities.