# Francesco Caravelli

Updated: October 2020

**I am a ****theoretical physicist****, interested in quantum and classical systems. I tend to "hover" in the complex systems community, focusing on methods of statistical physics to nanoscale devices and complex systems.**

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** I am a staff member of the T4 group LANL (Condensed matter and Complex systems), but held until recently the ****JRO fellowship**** position at**** ****Los Alamos National Laboratory**** (CNLS). Before, between 2014-2017 I was a scientist at Invenia Labs. Between January and May 2019 I taught a course on statistical mechanics at UMass Boston. ****You can find ****here**** my detailed research interests.**

**I am part of the ****Advanced Network Science Initiative (ANSI****)****, and still collaborate with ****Invenia Labs**** (Cambridge UK). I have been a postdoc at the ****London Institute for Mathematical Sciences****, ****University College London**** and ****OCIAM Oxford****.**

**Teaching**

**Winter school on spectral methods 2019, Lectures available****here****My notes on Statistical Mechanics****, still in progress (a quite expanded version of the UMass course)**

**Announcements**

# Special Issue "Integrated Neuromorphic Computation, Neuromorphic Circuits and Artificial Associative Memories" for MDPI Brain Sciences

**Find a****list of publications HERE****(updated Oct 2019)****My Google Scholar profile is****here****,****arXiv is****here****and on****inspirehep****here****.****Here instead is my****CV****.****I am Associate Editor for Frontiers in Interdisciplinary Physics and****IEEE Transactions on NanoBioEngineering****.****Here****is my review history on Publons.****Lately, I’ve been working on memristive circuits and neuromorphic computing. See****here****(with Zegarac, Eur. Phys. Lett. Perspectives) for a non-technical review of the topic, and****here****a review for non-practitioners with a focus on computation (with Carbajal, Technologies).**

**Tools:**

**Here you can find****a description of****Evolving Networks,****the software we use for the simulation of graphs with memory.****Here****you can find the link to the AMICI tool page.****A Matlab function for evaluating the transfer entropy of binary time series, and one for evaluating the****path complexity****of a graph****The page of the****Nonlinear Time Series Analysis Toolbox****to make predictions for chaotic time series. It is a collection of codes into a single GUI in Matlab. It uses State Space Reconstruction.****Here you can find the code for the****memristive optimizer****for QUBOs and here the script to use it. Here is a****blog post about it****, and the Julia implementation**

**Other profiles:**

**A couple of fun**** facts about me****.**

**A couple of ****hobbies****.**

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