Knowledge is a real strength

Since Sepember 2019, I’m a lecturer at the CY Cergy Paris Universite (formerly known as University of Cergy-Pontoise & EISTI school). I came back to France to join the team of the special program International Bachelor Ygrec in Data Science.

A (very extended) CV is available here (v2021/11)!

Past experience

2018-2019 Jun. Prof. (W1-assistant professor). Group of Mathematical
Statistics and Probability Theory. University of Düsseldorf.
2015-2018 Postdoc in the Probability Group, with Prof. Anton Bovier and Prof. Margherita Disertori. Universität Bonn.
2013-2015 Marie Curie (IEF) Postdoctoral Fellow in the Analysis group, with Prof. Peter Müller. Mathematisches Institut,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany.
2013 Visiting researcher. CAMTP-University of Maribor, Slovenia.
2012 3 month-research stay. Institute Mittag-Leffler, Sweden.
2008-2012 PhD student – Teaching assistant, Mathematics Department.
Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France.

Teaching 2021/22

  • Applied Mathematics for Data Science (Discrete dynamical systems and Markov chains). 2nd year.
  • Project on Data Visualization (2nd year)
  • Project on Time Series (3d year)

Previous teaching:

Spring Semester 2021 (International Program Bachelor Ygrec (in English))

  • Applied Mathematics for Data Science (Discrete dynamical systems and Markov chains). 2nd year.

Winter Semester 2020/2021 (International Program Bachelor Ygrec (in English))

  • Series, 2nd year.
  • Project on Data Visualization and Storytelling, 2nd year
  • Project on Introduction to Information Representation, 1st year.
  • Contemporary Issues Module (15h) International Programme Bachelor Ygrec (in English). In collaboration with Annelien Smets (VUB, Belgium) and Martin Gebert (LMU Munich). Topic: Filter Bubbles.

Summer Semester 2020:

  • Topology and functional analysis, ING1, EISTI (in French)
  • Contemporary Issues Module (15h) International Programme Bachelor Ygrec (in English). In collaboration with Annelien Smets and Prof. Pieter Ballon, Chair in Smart Cities VUB (Belgium). Topic: Filter Bubbles.

Winter Semester 2019/2020:

  • Linear Algebra II, International Programme Bachelor Ygrec (in English)
  • Théorie de distributions et EDP, ING2, EISTI (in French).

Previous teaching

  • University of Düsseldorf, Stochastic Analysis and Stoch. Processes, Master Programme, (SoSe 2018, SoSe 2019)
  • University of Düsseldorf Markov Processes (WiSe 2018/19).
  • University of Bonn, Assistant to graduate seminars in Probability (Extreme Value Theory, Random Matrices) WiSe 2017/18.
  • University of Bonn, Assistant to graduate seminars in Analysis (Operator kernel estimates and their applications, The Ubiquity of Gaussian Measures, Random Schrödinger Operators) 2017-2018.
  • University of Cergy-Pontoise, teaching assistant (monitrice), Calculus, Variational Methods, C2I-Certification Informatique et Internet, 2008-2012.
  • 2005-2007: In charge of courses, Department of Mathematics, Universidad de La Serena, Chile (Calculus, Algebra, Functional Analysis, Analysis of Complex Variable).

Mini-courses on Random Schrödinger Operators:

  • September 2018: Summer School on Operator Algebras, Spectral Theory and Applications, Tbilisi, Georgia (5h).
  • November 2016: CIMPA School ’Spectral Theory on Graphs and Manifolds’, Kairouan, Tunisia (7.5h).


PhD Student

Roberto Maturana, M.Sc.  Co-supervision with Prof. M. Disertori (U. of Bonn).


Baptiste Coquinot (ENS/Paris Jussieu). Co-tutelle avec Hakim Boumaza (Sorbonne Paris Nord).


Publications / preprints

  1. M. Gebert, C. Rojas-Molina, Lifshitz tails for random diagonal perturbations of Laurent matrices. Ann. Henri Poincaré  Online First 2022. ArXiv .
  2. P. Müller, C. Rojas-Molina, Localisation for Delone operators via Bernoulli randomisation, To appear in Journal d’Analyse Mathématique . ArXiv (2020).
  3. C. Rojas-Molina, Random Schrödinger Operators and Anderson localization in aperiodic media. Proceedings of QMath14 conference Rev. Math. Physics Vol. 32 (2021) 2060010 ArXiv.
  4. M. Gebert, C. Rojas-Molina, Lifshitz tails for the fractional Anderson model, J Stat Phys 179, 341–353( 2020) ArXiv.
  5. Book Chapter: Random Schrödinger Operators on discrete structures, Collection Séminaires et Congrés SMF 32, 147-187, 2018  ArXiv
  6. A. Klein, S. T. Nguyen, C. Rojas-Molina, Characterization of the metal-insulator transport  transition for the two-particle Anderson model, Ann. Henri Poincaré 18 (7) 2327–2365, 2017. ArXiv
  7. F. Germinet, P. Müller, C. Rojas-Molina, Ergodicity and dynamical localization for Delone-Anderson operators. Rev. Math. Phys. 27, 1550020, 2015. ArXiv
  8. C. Rojas-Molina, The Anderson model with missing sites. Operators and Matrices 8 (1) 287-299, 2014. ArXiv.
  9. C. Rojas-Molina, I. Veselic’, Scale-free unique continuation estimates and applications to random Schrödinger operators. Commun. Math. Phys. 320, 245-274, 2013. ArXiv.
  10. C. Rojas-Molina, Characterization of the Anderson metal-insulator transport transition for non ergodic operators and application, Ann. Henri Poincaré 13 (7) 1575-1611, 2012. ArXiv
  11. F. Germinet, C. Rojas-Molina, Dynamical mobility edge for various random Landau Hamiltonians, RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu, Proceedings of the Conference “Spectra of Random Operators and Related Topics”, B27, 25-34, 2011. ArXiv
  12. M. Corgini, C. Rojas-Molina, D.P. Sankovich, Coexistence of Non-Conventional Condensates in Two-Level Bose Atom System, Int. J. of Modern Physics B, Vol 22, (27): 4799-4815, 2008. ArXiv


PhD thesis, Universite de Cergy-Pontoise, 2012.