I am interested in Probability Theory applied to Ecology and Evolution.

Research interests: branching processes, random environment, population dynamics, population genetics, mate choice.

- 2019-: Associate researcher at Institut Fourier, Grenoble
- 2019-: Researcher at LESSEM, IRSTEA, Grenoble.
- 2016-2019: Resident researcher at Complex Systems Institute of Paris Île-de-France
- 2015-2019: Researcher at Complex Systems Engineering Laboratory, IRSTEA.
- 2015: Academic visiting in Department of Statistics, University of Oxford with Julien Berestycki.
- 2011-2014: PhD on probabilistic models of populations under the supervision of Sylvie Méléard (CMAP, Ecole Polytechnique) and Jean François Delmas (CERMICS, Université Paris-Est).

- S. Billiard, C. Smadi, Stochastic dynamics of three competing clones: Conditions and times for invasion, coexistence and fixation, (arXiv:1607.04656), to appear in The American Naturalist.
- T. Cordonnier, C. Smadi, G. Kunstler, B. Courbaud, Asymmetric competition, ontogenetic growth and size inequality drive the difference in productivity between two-strata and one-stratum forest stands, to appear in Theoretical Population Biology.
- A. Bovier, L. Coquille, C. Smadi, Crossing a fitness valley as a metastable transition in a stochastic population model, to appear in Annals of Applied Probability (arXiv:1801.06473).
- M. Voinson, A. Alvergne, S. Billiard, C. Smadi, Stochastic dynamics of an epidemic with recurrent spillovers from an endemic reservoir, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 457:37-50, 2018.
- C. Smadi, H. Leman, V. Llaurens, Looking for the right mate in diploid species: how does genetic dominance affect spatial differentiation in a sexual trait?, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 447:154-170, 2018.
- C. Coron, M. Costa, H. Leman, C. Smadi, A stochastic model for speciation by mating preferences, Journal of Mathematical Biology, 76:1421–1463, 2018.
- C. Smadi, The effect of recurrent mutations on genetic diversity in a large population of varying size, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae, 149(1): 11-51, 2017 (arXiv:1511.03538).
- S. Billiard, C. Smadi, The interplay of two mutations in a population of varying size: a stochastic eco-evolutionary model for clonal interference, Stochastic Processes and their Applications, 127(3): 701-748, 2017 (arXiv:1505.04550).
- R. Brink-Spalink, C. Smadi, Genealogies of two linked neutral loci after a selective sweep in a large population of varying size, Advances in Applied Probability, 49(1): 279-326, 2017 (arXiv:1502.03837).
- S. Palau, J.C. Pardo, C. Smadi, Asymptotic behaviour of exponential functionals of Lévy processes with applications to random processes in random environment, ALEA, Lat. Am. J. Probab. Math. Stat., 13, 1235–1258, 2016.
- C. Smadi, V.A. Vatutin, Reduced two-type decomposable critical branching processes with possibly infinite variance, Markov Processes and Related Fields, 21(2): 311-358, 2016 (arXiv:1508.06653).
- C. Smadi, An Eco-Evolutionary approach of Adaptation and Recombination in a large population of varying size, Stochastic Processes and their Applications, 125(5): 2054 – 2095, 2015, (arXiv:1402.4104).
- V. Bansaye, J.C. Pardo, C. Smadi, On the extinction of Continuous State Branching Processes with catastrophes, Electronic Journal of Probability, 18 no. 106, 1-31, 2013.

- A. Marguet, C. Smadi, Long time behaviour of a general class of branching Markov Processes (arXiv:1908.11592).
- A. Gonzalez Casanova, C. Smadi, Multidimensional Lambda-Wright-Fisher processes with general frequency-dependent selection (arXiv:1903.06406).
- V. Bansaye, J.C. Pardo, C. Smadi, Extinction rate of continuous state branching processes in critical Lévy environments, (arXiv:1903.06058).
- C. Coron, M. Costa, F. Laroche, H. Leman, C. Smadi, Emergence of homogamy in a two-loci stochastic population model, (arXiv:1902.07926).
- F. Lavallée, C. Smadi, I. Alvarez, B. Reineking, F-M. Martin, F. Dommanget, S. Martin, A stochastic individual based model for the growth of a stand of Japanese knotweed including mowing as a management technique, (arXiv:1902.06971).