Nils Berglund

Institut Denis Poisson - CNRS, UMR 7013
Bâtiment de mathématiques
Route de Chartres
Université d'Orléans, B.P. 6759
F-45067 Orléans cedex 2

phone: ++33 2 38 49 26 87
fax: ++33 2 38 41 72 05

My research interests lie in the fields of mathematical physics, dynamical systems (in particular singular perturbation theory) and probability theory (in particular stochastic differential equations and stochastic PDEs). For more details, you can have a look at my list of publications, including this book and this one, at the slides of some talks, and at some entertaining simulations. The code for most of these simulations is available on my GitHub page.

I am principal investigator of the ANR project PERISTOCH and member of the research networks GDR Quantum Dynamics and GDR TRAG (Trajectoires Rugueuses/Rough Paths), funded by the CNRS.

I am teaching various courses on probability theory and statistics.

I like spending my free time in Svalbard (also known as Spitzbergen). Click here to see the pictures from my last trip. Here are some pictures from my recent trip to Moscow, and here are some pictures from an earlier trip to Argentina.

Last but not least, here is some food for thought.