Sander Dommers

Dr Sander Dommers

Lecturer in Statistics

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Department of Physics and Mathematics

Summary

Sander Dommers joined the University of Hull as a Lecturer in Statistics after postdoctoral positions with the University of Bologna in Italy and the Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany.

He previously studied Industrial and Applied Mathematics at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands, gaining both an MSc and a PhD.

Sander's PhD, Spin models on random graphs, was achieved under the supervision of Remco van der Hofstad and Cristian GiardinĂ .

Journal Article

Large deviations for the annealed Ising model on inhomogeneous random graphs: spins and degrees

Dommers, S., Giardinà, C., Giberti, C., & Hofstad, R. V. D. (2018). Large deviations for the annealed Ising model on inhomogeneous random graphs: spins and degrees. Journal of statistical physics, 173(3-4), 1045-1081. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10955-018-2027-8

Metastability in the reversible inclusion process

Bianchi, A., Dommers, S., & Giardinà, C. (2017). Metastability in the reversible inclusion process. Electronic journal of probability, 22, doi:10.1214/17-EJP98

Metastability of the Ising model on random regular graphs at zero temperature

Dommers, S. (2017). Metastability of the Ising model on random regular graphs at zero temperature. Probability theory and related fields, 167(1-2), 305-324. doi:10.1007/s00440-015-0682-0

Ising Critical Behavior of Inhomogeneous Curie-Weiss Models and Annealed Random Graphs

Dommers, S., Giardinà, C., Giberti, C., van der Hofstad, R., & Prioriello, M. L. (2016). Ising Critical Behavior of Inhomogeneous Curie-Weiss Models and Annealed Random Graphs. Communications in mathematical physics, 348(1), 221-263. doi:10.1007/s00220-016-2752-2

Ising critical exponents on random trees and graphs

Dommers, S., Giardinà, C., & van der Hofstad, R. (2014). Ising critical exponents on random trees and graphs. Communications in mathematical physics, 328(1), 355-395. doi:10.1007/s00220-014-1992-2