For the remainder of 2019 I will be based at RIMS, Kyoto University.
I am primarily interested in random walks on random media, particularly those relating to random trees and random maps. I am also interested in random permutations, and their applications to statistical physics.
Brownian motion on stable looptrees, 2019 (preprint)
Infinite stable looptrees, 2019 (preprint)
Geometric and Spectral Properties of Stable Looptrees, Probability Seminar, NYU Shanghai, October 2019
Geometric and Spectral Properties of Stable Looptrees, International Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications, Kansai University, November 2019
Random walks on Looptrees, Stochastic Analysis on Large Scale Interacting Systems, Osaka University, November 2019
Teaching Assistant for ST202 Stochastic Processes, Term 2 2017/18
Teaching Assistant for ST116 Mathematical Techniques, Term 1 2017/18 and Term 1 2018/19
Teaching Assistant for MA258 Analysis III, Term 1 2017/18
GCSE Difficulty Judge for Ofqual, intermittent since 2017
A level tutor, academic year 2015/16
Student STEP Mentor at University of Cambridge Study School, April 2014
JSPS International Research Fellowship (short-term award): July - December 2019
LMS Travel Grant for Early Career Researchers: to support one-month visit to Kyoto University in February 2019
Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Travel Grant: to support one-month visit to Kyoto University in June 2018
EPSRC Doctoral Studentship 2016-20
In 2018/19 I was the chair of the MASDOC SSLC, and was jointly responsible for organising the 2019 UK Joint CDT Colloquium. During my undergraduate degree, I took on a variety of roles on student committees, including as captain of King's College Boat Club.
I can be contacted via email at E.Archer.firstname.lastname@example.org and my office is B0.24.