Currently I'm a postdoc in Probability Theory at Kyoto University, where I am supported by JSPS as an International Research Fellow. I am hosted by David Croydon (Kyoto University) and Ryoki Fukushima (Tsukuba University).
Previously I have written my PhD thesis about "random polymers in disastrous environments" with Nina Gantert at TU Munich.
Research interests I'm mainly working on the following topics:
 The directed polymer model, and first/last passage percolation.
 (Branching) random walks in random environment.
 Stochastic orders, in particular for the above processes.
 Oriented percolation.
 The random conductance model, and the Mott random walk in particular.
More broadly, I'm interested in the following areas:
 Statistical mechanics.
 Random matrices and integrable probability.
 Large deviation theory.
 Random walks on graphs and their resistane forms.
Paper and preprints
 On large deviation rate functions for a continuoustime directed polymer in weak disorder, with Ryoki Fukushima. (arXiv).
 Comparison of partition functions in a spacetime random environment. Journal of Statistical Physics, 2020. (Journal, arXiv).
 Zero temperature limit for the Brownian directed polymer among Poissonian disasters, with Ryoki Fukushima. Annals of Applied Probability, 2019. (Journal, arXiv)
 A branching random walk among disasters, with Nina Gantert. Electronic Journal of Probability, 2017. (Journal, arXiv)
 On the survival probability of a random walk in random environment with killing. ALEA Latin American Journal of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, 2014. (Journal, arXiv)
Teaching Experience I have been TA for various courses as a PhD student in Munich, see here for a list.
Contact
Mail: Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences,
Kyoto University, Kyoto 6068502, Japan (Access)

