About me

Alberto Antonioni, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow
Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain

Welcome to my professional page! Here you will find some information about my research activity and interests.

I earned my bachelor's and master's mathematics degrees from the University of Turin in 2008 and 2010.

I got a PhD degree in information systems at the faculty of business and economics of University of Lausanne and a Ph.D. degree in mathematical engineering from the department of mathematics of Carlos III University of Madrid, in joint supervision of doctoral studies (May 2015).

Previously, I was affiliated as postdoctoral research fellow to the University of Zaragoza (BIFI, 2 years) and to the University College London (UCL, 1 year).

I am affiliated as Juan de la Cierva research fellow to the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M).

I am member of the executive committee of the 
Complex Systems Society and I was chair of the yrCSS.
I was also member of the WWCS steering committee and I am vocal of the COMSOTEC Spanish Association.