SNF Ambizione fellow Institut für Mathematik, Universität Zürich Winterthurerstrasse 190, 8057 Zürich Switzerland e-mail: x.surname@math.uzh.ch where x=cagri |

- Concentration inequalities for random walks on proper hyperbolic spaces, with R. Aoun. arXiv
- Large deviations for random walks on hyperbolic spaces, with A. Boulanger, P. Mathieu and A. Sisto. arXiv (submitted)
- (Non)-escape of mass and equidistribution for horospherical actions on trees, with C. Ciobotaru and V. Finkelshtein. arXiv (submitted) -- [slides] , [video]
- A converse statement to Hutchinson's theorem and a dimension gap for self-affine measures, with I.D. Morris. arXiv (submitted) -- [slides] , [video]
- Law of large numbers for the spectral radius of random matrix products, with R. Aoun. arXiv to appear in Amer. J. Math.
- Markov random walks on homogeneous spaces and Diophantine approximation on fractals, with R. Prohaska. arXiv , to appear in Trans. Amer. Mat. Soc.
- A strongly irreducible affine iterated function system with two invariant measures of maximal dimension, with I. D. Morris. arXiv , to appear in Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems.
- Measure rigidity for horospherical subgroups of groups acting on trees, with C. Ciobotaru and V. Finkelshtein. arXiv , to appear in Int. Math. Res. Not. -- [slides] , [video]
- The joint spectrum (I), with E. Breuillard. arXiv , to appear in J. Lond. Math. Soc. -- [Carlos Matheus' blog post]
- Large deviation principle for random matrix products, Ann. Probab. Vol. 47, 3 (2019), 1335-1377. arXiv (See also CRAS 355 (2017), no. 6, 718–722.)

- On rigidity of expanding measures on homogeneous spaces, with R. Prohaska and R. Shi.
- Counting limit theorems for Anosov representations, with S. Cantrell, I. Cipriano and R. Dougall.
- From self-affine measures to self-affine sets, with I.D. Morris.
- Finiteness properties for joint spectral radii in SL(2,R), with E. Breuillard.
- Abundance of counterexamples to the finiteness conjecture in arbitrary dimension, with J. Bochi.
- Growth indicator for semisimple linear groups.