My research interests lie primarily on the field of 2-dimensional random geometry, specifically in the study of scaling limits of models of random planar maps. These limit objects are used to construct natural measures on certain classes of metric spaces and allow to define random surfaces. This theory, commonly referred to as Brownian Geometry, is an interdisciplinary field that combines elements of combinatorics, physics, and probability theory.

To investigate these structures, I use a range of stochastic processes including growth-fragmentation processes, branching processes, and superprocesses.