Ian Jauslin

Welcome to Ian Jauslin's website

I am a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, in the school of Mathematics.

My research interests lie in the field of mathematical physics, more specifically in statistical mechanics, both classical and quantum.

On this website, you might find my papers, along with their source code, as well as the slides and videos of some of my talks and some software I have written over the years.

What's new(ish)?

For those of you who have been here before, and who don't check this website every day, here are some things which may have changed since your last visit.

2018-04-16:Article update: We got referee reports for our paper on high-fugacity expansions [JL17b], and we updated the paper to version 0.2.1. More details here: [JL17b]
2018-04-06:New talk: The Friends of the IAS invited me to give a lunch talk about liquid crystals. It's a general audience talk, and should be accessible to pretty much anyone who cares. The video is available on youtube. More details here: [LwM18].