Amandine Véber

CNRS Senior Researcher at MAP5 (Univ. Paris Cité) & Part-time Professor in Applied Mathematics at École polytechnique

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).

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

A booklet presenting a few examples of research projects in applied mathematics (in French, grand public): La Recherche en mathématiques appliquées: Pourquoi? Par qui? Comment?


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, ...

  • Superprocesses and branching Brownian motions in random environment,

  • Models of resource sharing in communication networks.