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Benjamin De Bruyne

PhD Student & MBA Fellow, LTPMS, Université Paris-Saclay

About

Hi, my name is Benjamin. I am a PhD student in Statistical Physics at LPTMS, Paris-Saclay University and an MBA fellow at Collège des Ingénieurs, Paris. My thesis is supervised by Grégory Schehr and is focused on large deviations and rare event statistics in active particles systems. I am interested in interdisciplinary topics and open to discussion.

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Publications

  1. A Tale of Two (and More) Altruists [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, J Randon-Furling and S Redner (2021)
    arXiv:2109.04324
  2. Generating constrained run-and-tumble trajectories [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, S N Majumdar and G Schehr (2021)
    J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 54 385004; arXiv:2106.03385
  3. Expected maximum of bridge random walks & Lévy flights [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, S N Majumdar and G Schehr (2021)
    J. Stat. Mech. 083215; arXiv:2105.09808
  4. Generating discrete-time constrained random walks and Lévy flights [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, S N Majumdar and G Schehr (2021)
    Phys. Rev. E. 104 024117; arXiv:2104.06145
  5. Wigner function for noninteracting fermions in hard wall potentials [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, D S Dean, P Le Doussal, S N Majumdar and G Schehr (2021)
    Phys. Rev. A. 104 013314; arXiv:2104.05068
  6. Survival probability of a run-and-tumble particle in the presence of a drift [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, S N Majumdar and G Schehr (2021)
    J. Stat. Mech. 4 043211; arXiv:2101.11895
  7. Optimization and growth in first-passage resetting [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, J Randon-Furling and S Redner (2020)
    J. Stat. Mech. 1 013203; arXiv:2009.03419
  8. Optimization in first-passage resetting [PDF]
    B De Bruyne, J Randon-Furling and S Redner (2020)
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 125 050602; arXiv:2005.00957
  9. Inferring the one-electron reduced density matrix of molecular crystals from experimental data sets through semidefinite programming [PDF]
    B De Bruyne and J-M Gillet (2020)
    Acta Crys. A 76 1; arXiv:1904.08757

Conferences

  1. Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics XV [website]
    July 2021, Bruneck
    Generating constrained random walks [poster]
  2. PSL Soft Matter Days 2021 [website]
    July 2021, Paris
    Generating constrained run-and-tumble trajectories [talk]
  3. Bangalore School on Statistical Physics - XII [website]
    June 2021, Online
  4. Lattice Paths, Combinatorics and Interactions 2021 [website]
    June 2021, Online
    Generating constrained random walks [poster]
  5. Youth in High-Dimensions 2021 [website]
    June 2021, Online
    Generating constrained random walks [poster]
  6. Oxy-jeunes Program 2021 [website]
    May 2021, Les Houches School of Physics, France
    Universal survival probability of random walks
  7. Rencontre des Jeunes Physicien.ne.s 2021 [website]
    March 2021, Online
    Survival of a run-and-tumble particle in the presence of a drift [talk]
  8. International Charge Density Meeting 2019 [website]
    July 2019, Göttingen, Germany
    Inferring a 1-RDM for molecular crystals from expectations values under N-representability conditions
    Winner of Best Poster Presentation