I am a third-year PhD student under the supervision of Dr Stefan Adams. My main interests are in probability theory, statistical mechanics and mathematical physics. My recent work concerns scaling limits of certain classes of lattice models with gradient (or nearest neighbour) interaction.
I previously completed a Master's degree at the University of Warwick in 2019/20. My Master's thesis on large deviation techniques applied to one-dimensional gradient models was also supervised by Dr Stefan Adams. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge and then spent over a decade working in law and finance in the City of London, before returning to academic study at Warwick.
- The Hessian of surface tension characterises scaling limit of gradient models with non-convex energy (with Stefan Adams), 2023. [arXiv]
- The Renormalization Group, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, July 2022.
- Teaching Assistant for MA359 (Measure Theory) in 2021/22.
- Teaching Assistant for MA4L3 (Large Deviation Theory) in 2022/23.
Contact andreas [dot] koller [at] warwick.ac.uk