2010 - Wald Memorial Lecturer
Combinatorics connects with themes related to Dimension (graph theory) in his study. His study connects Combinatorics and Dimension (graph theory). Statistics is closely attributed to Fractional Brownian motion in his study. As part of his studies on Fractional Brownian motion, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Brownian motion. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Brownian motion and Random walk in his work. Random walk and Branching random walk are two areas of study in which Jean-François Le Gall engages in interdisciplinary research. His Branching random walk study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Statistics. His Discrete mathematics study typically links adjacent topics like Subadditivity. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Discrete mathematics and Subadditivity.
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Random trees and applications
Jean François Le Gall.
Probability Surveys (2005)
Spatial Branching Processes, Random Snakes and Partial Differential Equations
Uniqueness and universality of the Brownian map
Jean-François Le Gall.
Annals of Probability (2013)
Random Trees, Levy Processes and Spatial Branching Processes
Thomas Duquesne;Jean-Francois Le Gall.
arXiv: Probability (2002)
The topological structure of scaling limits of large planar maps
Jean-François Le Gall.
Inventiones Mathematicae (2007)
Branching processes in Lévy processes: the exploration process
Jean Francois Le Gall;Yves Le Jan.
Annals of Probability (1998)
Probabilistic and fractal aspects of Lévy trees
Thomas Duquesne;Jean-François Le Gall.
Probability Theory and Related Fields (2005)
Scaling Limits of Bipartite Planar Maps are Homeomorphic to the 2-Sphere
Jean-François Le Gall;Frédéric Paulin.
Geometric and Functional Analysis (2008)
The Bolthausen-Sznitman coalescent and the genealogy of continuous-state branching processes
Jean Bertoin;Jean-François Le Gall.
Probability Theory and Related Fields (2000)
Scaling limits of random planar maps with large faces
Jean-François Le Gall;Grégory Miermont.
Annals of Probability (2011)
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