William Da Silva -- University of Vienna
I am currently a postdoc at the University of Vienna, in the group of Nathanaël Berestycki. My research involves branching structures and their interplay with statistical mechanics, random planar maps, random permutations, SLE and Liouville quantum gravity.
Before this, I did my PhD in Paris at LPSM (Sorbonne Université) under the supervision of Élie Aïdékon. The manuscript of the thesis, entitled "Multitype growth-fragmentation processes and planar excursions", can be found here.
Publications and preprints.
Spatial growth-fragmentations and excursions from hyperplanes, W. Da Silva, J.C. Pardo (2023).
- Power-law bounds for increasing subsequences in Brownian separable permutons and homogeneous sets in Brownian cographons, J. Borga, W. Da Silva, E. Gwynne (2023).
- Self-similar signed growth-fragmentations, W. Da Silva, Electronic Journal of Probability (2023).
- Growth-fragmentation process embedded in a planar Brownian excursion, E. Aïdékon, W. Da Silva, Probability Theory and Related Fields (2022) .
Multitype self-similar growth-fragmentation processes, W. Da Silva, J.C. Pardo (2021).