School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Nicolas Lanchier
School of Mathematical
and Statistical Sciences

Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-1804

Office: WXLR 628
Email: nicolas.lanchier@asu.edu
Phone number: 480-965-3870

Curriculum Vitae
Ph.D. dissertation:
Multicolor particle systems

Pour les francophones ...
Cyrano a de grandes oreilles

Slides of some recent presentations

1. Fluctuation and fixation in the Axelrod model with a variable number of opinions.
2. Evolutionary games on the lattice: best-response dynamics.
3. Evolutionary games on the lattice: death-birth updating process.
4. Limiting behavior for a general class of voter models with confidence threshold.
5. Rigorous proof of two conjectures for the distribution of money.

Talks in seminars and conferences

01/18 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Math Club at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Rigorous proof of two conjectures for the distribution of money.
10/17 Invited speaker. Biological Design Seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Rigorous proof of two conjectures for the distribution of money.
08/16 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Math Club at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Limiting behavior for a general class of voter models with confidence threshold.
08/16 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Limiting behavior for a general class of voter models with confidence threshold.
07/16 Invited speaker. 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Orlando, Florida, USA. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice: best-response dynamics.
07/16 Invited speaker. 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Orlando, Florida, USA. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice: death-birth updating process.
05/16 Invited speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the Axelrod model with a variable number of opinions.
07/15 Invited speaker. Conference on Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution, Collège de France, France. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice: best-response dynamics.
06/15 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the Axelrod model with a variable number of opinions.
06/15 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice: best-response dynamics.
04/15 Speaker. Math Awareness Day, Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Poker probabilities and the handshake problem.
03/15 Invited speaker. AMS meeting at Michigan State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the Axelrod model with a variable number of opinions.
01/15 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the Axelrod model with a variable number of opinions.
01/15 Invited speaker. Joint Mathematics Meetings 2015, San Antonio, Texas. Talk: Consensus and disagreements in the Axelrod model for the dissemination of culture.
07/14 Invited speaker. 37th conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the constrained voter model.
07/14 Invited speaker. Colloquium of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the Axelrod model.
07/14 Invited speaker. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Annual Meeting 2014, Sydney, Australia. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the constrained voter model.
06/14 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Overview of the standard and constrained voter models.
06/14 Invited speaker. Mathematics seminar at Zhejiang University of Science and Technology, China. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the Axelrod model.
06/14 Invited speaker. Mathematics seminar of the College of Mathematics and Information Science, Wenzhou University, China. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the Axelrod model.
06/14 Invited speaker. Eighth International Conference on Recent Advances in Applied Dynamical Systems, Guilin, China. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the constrained voter model.
02/14 Invited speaker. Seminar of the School of Letters and Sciences at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the constrained voter model.
10/13 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation versus fixation in the constrained voter model.
09/13 Invited speaker. Talk for the class of Kindergarten at the Arizona State University Preparatory Academy, USA. Talk: Mathematics: numbers and shapes.
06/13 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice.
06/13 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Poisson point processes and the exponential random variable.
02/13 Speaker. Seminar of the Computational Science Training for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences, Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Evolutionary games on the lattice.
02/13 Invited speaker. Workshop in Kinetic Theory for the Emergence of Complex Behavior in Social and Economic Systems at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the one-dimensional Axelrod model.
01/13 Invited speaker. Applied Mathematics Colloquium and Mathematical Physics Seminar at the University of Arizona, USA. Talk: Fluctuation and fixation in the one-dimensional Axelrod model.
10/12 Invited speaker. AMS meeting at the University of Arizona, USA. Talk: Stochastic spatial model of producer-consumer systems on the lattice.
10/12 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Flux and fixation in the one-dimensional Axelrod model.
07/12 Invited speaker. Advanced lecture of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Overview of the voter model.
07/12 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Flux and fixation in the Axelrod model.
06/12 Invited speaker. Summer Graduate Workshop on Stochastics Applied to Biological Systems at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, USA. Talks: Overview of the voter model (3 hours) and Flux and fixation in the Axelrod model (3 hours).
04/12 Invited speaker. Workshop in Spatial Models of Micro and Macro Systems at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, USA. Talk: Two-strategy games on the lattice.
02/12 Speaker. Probability seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Spatial evolutionary games.
11/11 Invited speaker. Colloquium of the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban planning at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Two-strategy games on the lattice.
09/11 Invited speaker. Iowa State University Mathematics Colloquium, USA. Talk: Two-strategy games on the lattice.
08/11 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Two-strategy games on the lattice.
07/11 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Stochastic dynamics on hypergraphs and the majority rule.
07/11 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: The Axelrod model for the dissemination of culture revisited.
05/11 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Singapore. Talk: Stochastic dynamics on hypergraphs and the majority rule.
05/11 Invited speaker. Workshop in Probability and Discrete Mathematics in Mathematical Biology at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Singapore. Talk: The Axelrod model for the dissemination of culture revisited.
04/11 Invited speaker. Iowa State University Mathematics Colloquium, USA. Talk: The Axelrod model for the dissemination of culture revisited.
03/11 Invited speaker. Workshop of the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, USA. Talk: The Axelrod model for the dissemination of culture revisited.
10/10 Speaker. Probability seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Stochastic dynamics on hypergraphs and the majority rule.
10/10 Invited speaker. AMS meeting at the University of California in Los Angeles, USA. Talk: Geometric properties of the spatial majority rule model.
05/10 Invited speaker. 38th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, Quebec City, Canada. Talk: Geometric properties of the spatial majority rule model.
11/09 Invited speaker. XI Congreso Latinoamericano de Probabilidad y Estadistica Matematica, Caracas, Venezuela. Talk: Coexistence in spatially explicit metapopulations.
09/09 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Coexistence in spatially explicit stochastic models.
07/09 Invited speaker. 33rd conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, Berlin, Germany. Talk: Coexistence in spatially explicit metapopulations.
05/09 Speaker. Workshop in Deterministic and stochastic spatial modeling in population biology, Palo Alto, USA. Talk: Theoretical framework to model interacting populations.
03/09 Invited speaker. Probability Seminar, University of California in San Diego, USA. Talk: Coexistence in spatially explicit metapopulations.
06/08 Invited speaker. Second Congress Canada-France, Montreal, Canada. Talk: Survival and coexistence in spatially explicit metapopulations.
09/07 Speaker. Mathematical Biology seminar at Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Survival (and coexistence) in spatially explicit metapopulations.
03/07 Invited speaker. Workshop on the Mathematics of Global Public Health, Arizona State University, USA. Talk: Individual versus cluster recoveries on social networks.
11/06 Speaker. Probability Seminar of the Vincent Hall, University of Minnesota, USA. Talk: Host-symbiont interactions in static and dynamic environments.
06/06 Invited speaker. Probability Seminar of the University of Orleans, France. Talk: Stochastic spatial models of host-symbiont interactions: Static and dynamic environments.
01/06 Speaker. Probability Seminar at Cornell University, USA. Talk: Stochastic spatial models of host-symbiont interactions: Static and dynamic environments.
09/05 Speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Competition among specialists and generalists in a heterogeneous environment.
07/05 Speaker. First Cornell Probability Summer School, Cornell University, USA. Talk: Individual versus cluster recoveries on a lattice of social clusters.
06/05 Speaker. Workshop on Probability of the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Stochastic spatial models of host-pathogen and host-mutualist interactions.
04/05 Speaker. Probability Seminar of the Vincent Hall, University of Minnesota, USA. Talk: Continuity result for multicolor particle systems.
03/05 Invited speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Marseille, France. Talk: Stochastic spatial models of host-pathogen and host-mutualist interactions.
03/05 Speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Continuity result for multicolor particle systems.
06/04 Speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Interacting particle systems and spatial structures.
12/03 Speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Phase transitions for the multitype contact process with frozen sites.
07/03 Speaker. Probability Summer School of the University of Prague, Czech Republic. Talk: Phase transitions for an ecological succession model.
06/03 Speaker. Workshop on Probability of the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Phase transitions for an ecological succession model.
05/03 Speaker. Seminar of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rouen, France. Talk: Phase transitions for an ecological succession model.