Can Van Hao
Doctor
Department of Probability and Mathematical Statistics

Address
Office: Room 106, Building A5
Tel: 84 024 37563474 / 106
Email: cvhao@math.ac.vn
Born in Hanoi in 1989
Education and academic degrees:
 2011: Bachelor in Mathematics, Hanoi University of Education.
 2013: Master in Mathematics, AixMarseille University.
 2016: PhD in Mathematics, AixMarseille University.
Research areas: Random walk, Random graph, interacting particle systems
PUBLICATIONS
List of publications in MathScinet
List of recent publications1  Can Van Hao, SuperExponential Extinction Time of the Contact Process on Random Geometric Graphs, Combinatorics, Probability and Computing (2018) 27, 162–185,SCI(E); Scopus. 
2  Can Van Hao, Pham Viet Hung, A Cramér type moderate deviation theorem for the critical CurieWeiss model, Electronic Communications in Probability, 22 (2017), 12 pp, SCI(E); Scopus. 
3  Can Van Hao, Critical behavior of the annealed Ising model on random regular graphs, Journal of Statistical Physics, 169 (2017), 480503, SCI(E); Scopus. 
4  Can Van Hao, Bruno Schapira, Metastability for the contact process on the configuration model with infinite mean degree, Electronic Journal of Probability, 20 (2015), 1—22. 
5  Can Van Hao, Contact process on onedimensional long range percolation. Electronic Communications in Probability 20 (2015), no. 93, 11 pp. 
1  Can Van Hao, Pham Viet Hung, Persistence probability for random Weyl polynomials, arXiv:1710.01090. 
2  Can Van Hao, Annealed limit theorems for the Ising model on random regular graphs, arXiv:1701.08639. 
3  Can Van Hao, Metastability for the contact process on the preferential attachment graph, arXiv:1502.05633, to appear Internet Mathematics. 
4  Can Van Hao, Exponential extinction time of the contact process on inhomogeneous random graphs, to appear in Journal of Theoretical Probability. Preprint, arXiv:1602.02059. 
5  Can Van Hao, Superexponential extinction time of the contact process on random geometric graphs. to appear in Combinatorics, Probability and Computing, arXiv:1506.02373. 
Highlights
14/12/18, Colloquium Lecture: BICMRIMH Colloquium in Mathematics 
02/04/19, Conference: International Conference on Applied Probability and Statistics (CAPS 2019) 