Dominique Guillot received his PhD in 2010 from Laval
University in Canada. Before joining the University of
Delaware in 2015, he held a position as Post-doctoral
fellow at Stanford University. Dr. Guillot works on
problems involving mathematical analysis on cones of
matrices, with applications in high-dimensional statistics.
Another aspect of his work involves analyzing large
networks and graph limits. He is also interested by
applications of mathematics and statistics to climate
science, in particular to the reconstruction of the
climate of the past.