I did my PhD in the Statistical Laboratory at Cambridge with James Norris. I then did postdoctoral work at Paris VI (with Jean Bertoin), Pembroke College, Cambridge (as Stokes Fellow in Mathematics) and Oxford (as an EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellow). I held the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick for two years, before returning to Oxford in September 2011.
My research interests lie in probability and include random combinatorial structures (in particular random trees and graphs), combinatorial stochastic processes, coagulation and fragmentation.
- C.Goldschmidt, Critical random hypergraphs: the emergence of a giant set of identifiable vertices, Annals of Probability 33, 4 (2005) pp.1573-1600
- C. Goldschmidt and J.B. Martin, Random recursive trees and the Bolthausen-Sznitman coalescent, Electronic Journal of Probability, 10 (2005), Paper no. 21, pp.718-745
- R. Dong, C. Goldschmidt and J.B. Martin, Coagulation-fragmentation duality, Poisson-Dirichlet distributions and random recursive trees, Annals of Applied Probability, 16, 4 (2006) pp.1733-1750.
- C. Goldschmidt and B. Haas, Behavior near the extinction time in self-similar fragmentations I: The stable case, Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré (Probabilités et Statistiques) 46, 2 (2010), pp.338-368.
- L. Addario-Berry, N. Broutin and C. Goldschmidt, Critical random graphs: limiting constructions and distributional properties, Electronic Journal of Probability 15 (2010), Paper no. 25, pp.741-775.
- L. Addario-Berry, N. Broutin and C. Goldschmidt, The continuum limit of critical random graphs, Probability Theory and Related Fields 152, 3-4 (2012), pp.367-406.
- C. Goldschmidt and B. Haas, A line-breaking construction of the stable trees, Electronic Journal of Probability 20 (2015), paper no. 16, pp.1-24.
- C. Goldschmidt and B. Haas, Behavior near the extinction time in self-similar fragmentations II: Finite dislocation measures, Annals of Probability 44, 1 (2016), pp.739-805.