Josué Corujo

Josué Corujo

Postdoc researcher

Université de Strasbourg

About me

I’m a mathematician working on stochastic processes and their applications. I’m mainly interested in the study of stochastic models for biological, engineering and physical applications.

Since December 2021, I’ve been a postdoc at the IRMA, at Université de Strasbourg, under the supervision of Vlada Limic. My postdoc position in funded by ITI IRMIA++. My postdoc project is focussed on the study of near critical random graphs models.

I finished my PhD in Mathematics in December 2021 at CEREMADE, Université Paris-Dauphine and Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, France. My PhD advisors were Djalil Chafaï and Simona Grusea. My PhD research was focused on the study of some properties of a class of interacting particle process modeling the evolution of a population in time with mutation and reproduction interactions.

My PhD thesis is entitled “Multi-allelic Moran models and quasi-stationary distributions” and a copy of it can be found here.

Download my resumé.

I was recently awarded the Prix Solennels de thèse 2022, given by La Chancellerie des Universités de Paris, for my doctoral thesis work. You can consult the list of all the winners of the 2022 edition here.
The published version of the paper Uniform in time propagation of chaos for a Moran model in collaboration with Bertrand Cloez, is freely available using this link until November 24, 2022. Enjoy!
  • Mathematical models for biology
  • Interacting particle systems
  • Random graphs
  • Quasi-stationary distributions
  • Reliability theory
  • PhD in Mathematics, 2021

    Université Paris-Dauphine

  • MSc in Mathematics - Probability and Statistics, 2017

    University of Havana

  • BSc in Mathematics, 2015

    University of Havana


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