Quirin Vogel

Faculty Fellow of Mathematics at NYU Shanghai 

Email: qtv203@nyu.edu

Prior to joining NYU Shanghai as a Faculty Fellow of Mathematics, Quirin studied as an undergraduate at the University of Munich (LMU) majoring in mathematics (with a minor in computer science). After receiving a master of mathematics and a master of mathematics and statistics at the University of Warwick, he completed his PhD at the same university in 2020. Outside of his mathematical studies, he is a classical music enthusiast.

Select Publications

  • Emergence of interlacements from the finite volume Bose soup,  arXiv 2011.02760, 2020
  • Geometric properties of random walk loop soups, PhD Thesis, University of Warwick, 2020  
  • A note on the intersections of two random walks in two dimensions, Statistics and Probability Letters, 2020
  • Large Deviations of the Range of the planar Random Walk, in Journal of Theoretical Probability,  With J. Liu, 2019
  • Space-Time random walk loop measures, in Stochastic Processes and their Applications, With S. Adams, 2018


  • PhD
    University of Warwick, 2017-2020
  • Master's, Mathematics and Statistics
    University of Warwick, 2016-2017
  • Master's, Mathematics
    University of Warwick, 2015-2016
  • Bachelor's, Mathematics
    University of Munich (LMU), 2012-2015

Research Interests

  • Statistical Mechanics and Probability Theory, with a focus on Random Walks (and loops), Percolation, and Interacting Particle Systems