Mickaël Maazoun

I am a PhD student in mathematics in the probability team of the unité de mathématiques pures et appliquées in ENS de Lyon, advised by Grégory Miermont. I study scaling limits of random geometric structures.

ENS de Lyon site Monod — UMPA — office sud 420
46 allée d’Italie, 69364 Lyon Cedex 07, France.
E-mail: firstwithoutdotsthingy.last at ens-lyon.fr.





Various duties

I am co-organizing the Soirées Mathématiques de Lyon, math conferences for undergraduates in Lyon.

I was co-organizing the colloque Inter'Actions, a mathematics conference for grad students which took place in Lyon in May of 2018.


I graduated high school at Lycée Théodore de Banville, Moulins, France, in 2010. I was an undergrad at Lycée Blaise Pascal and then at Université Blaise Pascal in Clermont-Ferrand where I obtained my Bachelor's in 2013. I was then a student of ENS Lyon from 2013 à 2017. I had research internships at LIX with Marie Albenque in 2014, at IMB with Philippe Thieullin in 2015, and at UMPA with Grégory Miermont in 2016. I got my Master's in 2016 and Agrégation in 2017. Since 2017, I am a PhD fellow at UMPA and a teaching assistant in the math department of ENS Lyon. You might have met me at the following events :