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  1. A dissipative random velocity field for fully developed fluid turbulence. R.M. Pereira, C. Garban, L. Chevillard, J. Fluid Mech. 794, 369 (2016).
  2. arXiv:1712.00332. On a skewed and multifractal uni-dimensional random field, as a probabilistic representation of Kolmogorov's views on turbulence. L. Chevillard, C. Garban, R. Rhodes, V. Vargas.
  3. Regularized fractional Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes, and their relevance to the modeling of fluid turbulence. L. Chevillard, Phys. Rev. E 96, 033111 (2017)
  4. A multifractal model for the velocity gradient dynamics in turbulent flows. R.M. Pereira, L. Moriconi, L. Chevillard, J. Fluid Mech. 839, 430 (2018).
  5. ArXiv:1512.01802 Local conformal structure of Liouville quantum gravity, Antti Kupiainen , Rémi Rhodes, Vincent Vargas. 
  6. ArXiv:1607.08467 Polyakov’s formulation of 2d string theory, Colin Guillarmou, Rémi Rhodes et Vincent Vargas.
  7. arXiv:1710.02096. Rhodes, Rémi, and Vincent Vargas. "The Tail expansion of Gaussian multiplicative chaos and the Liouville reflection coefficient." (2017).
  8. arXiv:1707.08785 . Kupiainen, Antti, Rémi Rhodes, and Vincent Vargas. "Integrability of Liouville theory: proof of the DOZZ Formula.".
  9. ArXiv:1605.04766 Exceptional times for percolation under exclusion dynamics. Christophe Garban, Hugo Vanneuville.
  10. arXiv:1802.03939 . Garban, Christophe, and Hao Wu. "On the convergence of FK-Ising Percolation to SLE $(16/3, 16/3-6) $." arXiv preprint (2018).
  11. Long Brownian bridges in hyperbolic spaces converge to Brownian trees. Xinxin Chen, Grégory Miermont. Electron. J. Probab. 22, paper no. 58, 15pp., (2017)
  12. arXiv:1608.01129 Classification of scaling limits of uniform quadrangulations with a boundary. Erich Baur, Grégory Miermont, Gourab Ray.
  13. arXiv:1602.01328 Geometry of infinite planar maps with high degrees. Timothy Budd, Nicolas Curien.
  14. arXiv:1605.00581 Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps. Jean Bertoin, Timothy Budd, Nicolas Curien, Igor Kortchemski.
  15. arXiv:1702.06916 The perimeter cascade in critical Boltzmann quadrangulations decorated by an $O(n)$ loop model. Linxiao Chen, Nicolas Curien, Pascal Maillard.
  16. arXiv:1704.05297. Budd, T., Curien, N. and Marzouk, C., 2017. Infinite random planar maps related to Cauchy processes. arXiv preprint
  17. arXiv:1705.04064. Bernardi, O., Curien, N. and Miermont, G., 2017. A Boltzmann approach to percolation on random triangulations. arXiv preprint
  18. arXiv:1710.03137. Curien, N., Hutchcroft, T. and Nachmias, A., 2017. Geometric and spectral properties of causal maps. arXiv preprint
  19. arXiv:1801.02379. Curien, Nicolas, and Cyril Marzouk. "How fast planar maps get swallowed by a peeling process?." arXiv preprint.
  20. arXiv:1802.01576. Curien, Nicolas, and Loïc Richier. "Duality of random planar maps via percolation." arXiv preprint.
  21. Aïdékon, E. and de Raphélis, L., 2017. Scaling limit of the recurrent biased random walk on a Galton–Watson tree. Probability Theory and Related Fields, 169(3-4), pp.643-666.
  22. arXiv:1608.07061. de Raphélis, L., 2016. Scaling limit of the random walk in random environment in the subdiffusive case. arXiv preprint