Chargée de recherche with CQFD, Inria. Previously, I was a postdoc at Université de Lorraine working with Denis Villemonais and Anne GégoutPetit.
I completed my PhD at the University of Bath under the supervision of Andreas Kyprianou, Alex Cox and Simon Harris. Here is a link to my thesis
My research interests include:
 Branching processes and their applications
 Neutron transport equation
 Quasistationary distributions
 Monte Carlo methods and related simulation techniques
 Growthfragmentation processes
Publications
Preprints
Journal Publications

Stochastic Methods for the Neutron Transport Equation II: Almost Sure Growth
Simon Harris, Emma Horton and Andreas Kyprianou
Annals of Applied Probability, 30(6), pp 28152845, 2020.

Stochastic Methods for the Neutron Transport Equation I: Linear Semigroup asymptotics
Emma Horton, Andreas Kyprianou and Denis Villemonais.
Annals of Applied Probability, 30(6), pp 25732612, 2020.

Multispecies Neutron Transport Equation.
Alex Cox,Simon Harris, Emma Horton and Andreas Kyprianou.
Journal of Statistical Physics, 176(2), pp 425455, 2019.

More on hypergeometric Levy processes.
Emma Horton and Andreas Kyprianou
Advances in Applied Probability, 48(A), pp 153158 2016.
Other projects
Here is a list of projects I have participated in during Integrative Think Tanks (ITTs).

Modelling the transmission of Methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
This project was in collaboration with Richard James and Ed Feil from the Department of Biology and Biochemistry at the University of Bath. Below is a list of resources that
provide some background information to the project, along with the code and presentation I developed at the ITT.

Paper

Python code to simulate the transmission and mutation of MRSA within and between hospitals.

Presentation given at the end of the workshop to summarise the problem and output during the ITT.
CV
Here is my CV