I am a PhD student at the Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée (IRMA) in Strasbourg (France), under the supervision of Nalini Anantharaman.

**Telephone :**+333 68 85 02 77**E-mail :**monk[at]math.unistra.fr**Address :**Office 105, UFR de Mathématique, University of Strasbourg, 7 rue René Descartes, 67000 Strasbourg, FRANCE.

I belong to the Analysis team.

I am currently studying the eigenvalues of the Laplace operator on random compact hyperbolic surfaces, using the Weil-Petersson volume on moduli spaces.

I am also interested in dynamical systems and mathematical physics.

*The tangle-free hypothesis on random hyperbolic surfaces*, L. Monk, J. Thomas, preprint 2020.*Benjamini-Schramm convergence and spectrum of random hyperbolic surfaces of high genus*, L. Monk, preprint 2020.*Resonant thickening of self-gravitating discs: imposed or self-induced orbital diffusion in the tightly wound limit*, J.B. Fouvry, C. Pichon, P. Chavanis, L. Monk,__MNRAS 2017__

- Here is my Master's thesis (in French), which introduces my research project (in particular, the geometry and spectrum of hyperbolic surfaces and the Weil-Petersson volume on moduli spaces).

I am a teaching assistant at the University of Strasbourg.

I also organized events to promote mathematics toward highschool girls in 2018 and 2019, the Rendez-vous des Jeunes Mathématiciennes.

More detail can be found on my resume.

Last update on August 21, 2020.