Rare events in statistical physics; random matrix theory and cold atoms

Equipment/facility: lab


    Our main research interests include the theory of large deviations (rare events) in a broad range of systems from physics, chemistry, biology, ecology and epidemiology, and random matrix theory and its connection to quantum effects observed in cold atoms (in particular, trapped fermions). We are also exploring applications of our research tools to the environment, for instance, to climate systems.


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