Our research, at the edge of statistical physics, applied mathematics and computer science, relies on theoretical and computational network science to cover a wide spectrum of interests, with applications to social and socio-technical systems, computational epidemiology, smart urban systems, systems biology, systems neuroscience, systems medicine.

Applications from

Special agreements between FBK and University of Trento provide fast channels to internships and formative/thesis stages for their students. On a rolling basis I accept motivated students for internship/thesis projects

- [Math] Geometry of complex networks
- [Math/Physics] Information theory of complex networks
- [Physics] Statistical physics of complex networks
- [Physics] Nonlinear dynamical systems, from reconstruction to analysis
- [Bio/Medicine] Systems biology and systems medicine
- [Computer Science] Human mobility
- [Social Science] Computational social science of exceptional events

- [Jul 2020]
**PhD**: Programme in Physics 36th cycle - [Jul 2020]
**PhD**: Programme in Physics 36th cycle - [Jan 2019]
**Postdoc**: research position in the area of Artificial Intelligence applied to Quantum Physics - [Jan 2019]
**Technologist/Developer** - [Aug 2018]
**PhD**: Programme in Mathematics 34th cycle - [Aug 2018]
**PhD**: Programme in Mathematics 34th cycle - [Aug 2018]
**PhD**: Programme in Physics 34th cycle - [Aug 2018]
**PhD**: Programme in Information Engineering 34th cycle - [Jul 2018]
**Postdoc**: research position in the area of Network Science, in particular in modeling of human behavior - [Jul 2018]
**Postdoc**: research position in the area of Network Science, in particular in modeling of human mobility - [Jul 2018]
**Postdoc**: research position in the area of Network Science - [Feb 2018]
**Postdoc**: research position in the area of Network Science