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Advertising : Alison Etheridge's minicourse on "Some mathematical models from population genetics" will take place in 5 sessions between May 9th and June 6th, 2023, at MAP5. More information here.

Slides of session 1, session 2, session 3, session 4.

Amandine Véber

CNRS Senior Researcher in Probability Theory and Stochastic Modelling in Biology at MAP5 (Univ. Paris Cité)

Open science :

The SMAI & EDP Sciences journals in applied maths transition to open access under a collaborative publication model without author publication charges : more here.

Mathematics and modelling at the interface with life, human and earth sciences :

Mathematical Modelling and Biodiversity: a chair program involving Ecole Polytechnique, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Veolia Environnement and Fondation X (website in French).

MODCOV19: a platform to coordinate French modelling actions in response to the Covid-19 sanitary crisis (website in French).

Institute of Mathematics for Planet Earth: a new institute to foster collaborations at the interface between mathematics and earth, life and human sciences (website in French).

Action Coordonnée "Modelling of infectious diseases" of ANRS - MIE: a research network on modelling of the dynamics of communicable diseases (website in French).


Research Interests

I work on stochastic processes, all of them being more or less linked to population and transmission models:

  • Exchangeable coalescents and coalescing Lévy processes,

  • Spatial population genetics models (spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process in particular),

  • Statistical aspects (inference, in particular) of these models,

  • Measure-valued stochastic population models with various applications in biology, chemistry, ...

  • Models of resource sharing in communication networks.

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