**A sharp rate of convergence for the empirical spectral measure of a random unitary matrix (with E. Meckes).**

To appear in*Zapiski Seminarov POMI*.

arXiv**Rates of convergence for empirical spectral measures: a soft approach (with E. Meckes).**

To appear in*Convexity and Concentration*, IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications.

arXiv**Self-similarity in the circular unitary ensemble (with E. Meckes).***Discrete Analysis*, 2016:9, 15 pp.

arXiv / journal's editorial introduction**A rate of convergence for the circular law for the complex Ginibre ensemble (with E. Meckes).***Ann. Fac. Sci. Toulouse Math.*Series 6, 24 (2015) no. 1, 93–117.

arXiv / published version**Spectral measures of powers of random matrices (with E. Meckes).***Electron. Commun. Probab.*18 (2013) no. 78, 1–13.

arXiv / published version**Concentration and convergence rates for spectral measures of random matrices (with E. Meckes).***Probab. Theory Related Fields*156 (2013), 145–164.

arXiv / published version**The spectra of random abelian***G*-circulant matrices.*ALEA Lat. Am. J. Probab. Math. Stat.*9 (2012) no. 2, 435–450.

arXiv / published version**Concentration for noncommutative polynomials in random matrices (with S. Szarek).***Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*140 (2012), 1803–1813.

arXiv / published version**Another observation about operator compressions (with E. Meckes).***Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*139 (2011), 1433–1439.

arXiv / published version**Some results on random circulant matrices.***High Dimensional Probability V: The Luminy Volume*, 213–223, IMS Collections 5, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Beachwood, OH, 2009.

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**On the spectral norm of a random Toeplitz matrix.***Electron. Commun. Probab.*12 (2007), 315–325.

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**Concentration of norms and eigenvalues of random matrices.***J. Funct. Anal.*211 (2004) no. 2, 508–524.

arXiv / published version

**The magnitude of a metric space: from category theory to geometric measure theory (with T. Leinster).**

To appear in*Measure Theory in Non-Smooth Spaces*, DeGruyter.

arXiv**Maximizing diversity in biology and beyond (with T. Leinster).***Entropy*18 (2016) no. 3, article 88.

arXiv / published version**Note:**Due to the journal's editorial policy, the numbering of theorems, examples, etc. in this paper was changed between the arXiv preprint and the published version.**Magnitude, diversity, capacities, and dimensions of metric spaces.***Potential Anal.*42 (2015) no. 2, 549–572.

arXiv / published version**Positive definite metric spaces.***Positivity*17 (2013) no. 3, 733–757.

arXiv / published version**Note:**The last paragraph of the published version of misstates the consequences for magnitude dimension of Theorems 4.4 and 4.5. The discussion around those results has been revised in the arXiv version to clarify this matter.

**On the equivalence of modes of convergence for log-concave measures (with E. Meckes).***Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis*, 385–394, Lecture Notes in Math. 2116, Springer, Berlin, 2014.

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**Gaussian marginals of convex bodies with symmetries.***Beiträge Algebra Geom.*50 (2009) no. 1, 101–118.

arXiv / published version **The central limit problem for random vectors with symmetries (with E. Meckes).***J. Theoret. Probab.*20 (2007), 697–720.

arXiv / published version**Note:**The arXiv preprint contains a section on background on Stein's method which does not appear in the published version. As a result, some theorem numbers are different in the two versions.**Some remarks on transportation cost and related inequalities.***Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis*, 237–244, Lecture Notes in Math. 1910, Springer, Berlin, 2007.

arXiv / published version**Sylvester's problem for symmetric convex bodies and related problems.***Monatsh. Math.*145 (2005) no. 4, 307–319.

arXiv / published version**Note:**The published version contains several references to the literature which are missing in the arXiv preprint, and has improved proofs of Propositions 13 and 16.-
**Volumes of symmetric random polytopes.***Arch. Math.*82 (2004) no. 1, 85–96.

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