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    I am a Senior Lecturer in Statistical Physics at the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics.

    My research is centred on the study of complex systems, which I carry out using methods of statistical physics and computational physics. More in detail, my work proceeds along two main branches, namely the investigation of the fundamental properties of complex networks and graphs, and the application of computational methods to elucidate the biophysics underlying the structural and functional properties of proteins. In addition, I also develop new network tools for the analysis of experimental data sets.

    For a unified website including downloadable computer codes and publications, please visit my personal website.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Physics, Doctorate, Anomalous ordering in inhomogeneously strained materials, University of Houston

    Award Date: 14 May 2010

    Physics, MSc, Efficiency of fragmented Fe beams of 500 MeV/n and 1 GeV/n in inducing chromosomal aberrations in lymphocytes, Federico II University

    Award Date: 16 Jun 2004


    • QC Physics
    • Networks
    • Computational Physics
    • Statistical Physics
    • Monte Carlo Simulations
    • Molecular Dynamics Simulations
    • Graph Theory
    • QH301 Biology
    • Computational Biology
    • Mathematical Biology


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