Updated: November 2018
I am a theoretical physicist, interested in quantum and classical systems. I tend to "hover" in the complex systems community, focusing on the application of techniques of statistical physics and complexity to other disciplines such as economics and engineering. I study in particular dynamical graphs, systems out-of-equilibrium and relaxation phenomena (from complex networks to agent-based models).
I currently hold a
JRO fellow position at
Los Alamos National Laboratory (CNLS).
I am part of the Advanced Network Science Initiative (ANSI), collaborate with Invenia Labs,
and in the past I have been a postdoc at the London Institute for Mathematical Sciences, University College London and OCIAM Oxford.
- Find a list of publications HERE.
- My Google Scholar profile is here.
- Here is my review history on Publons.
Announcements
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