Researcher (PhD)


Postdoc Research Fellow
Centre for Ecology & Conservation
College of Life & Environmental Sciences
University of Exeter, UK


Agent‐based modelling reveals strategies to reduce the fitness and metastatic potential of circulating tumour cell clusters.
Campennì, M, May, AN, Boddy, A, Harris, V, Nedelcu, AM. (2020) 
Evolutionary Applications 00: 1– 16.

Segregating socioeconomic classes leads to an unequal redistribution of wealth.
Pansini, R., Campennì, M., and Shi, L. (2020). 
Palgrave Communications, 6(1), 1-10.

Learning from generations of sustainability concepts.
Downing, A.S., Chang, M., Kuiper, J.J., Campenni, M., Häyhä, T., Cornell, S., Svedin, U. and Mooij, W. (2020)  Environmental Research Letters

The Many Faces of Crowdfunding: A Brief Classification of the Systems and a Snapshot of Kickstarter. 
Campennì, M., Benedetti, M., & Cecconi, F. (2019)
In Cecconi, F. and Campennì, M. (Eds.) Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Economic Modeling, 55. Springer

Modeling the Dynamics of Reward-Based Crowdfunding Systems: An Agent-Based Model of Kickstarter. 
Campennì, M., & Cecconi, F. (2019)
In Cecconi, F. and Campennì, M. (Eds.) Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Economic Modeling, 91. Springer

Symmetry-based reciprocity: evolutionary constraints on a proximate mechanism

Campennì M., Schino, G. (2016)

PeerJ 4:e1812

Cognitively Rich Architectures for Agent-Based Models of Social Behaviors and Dynamics: A Multi-Scale Perspective

Campennì M. (2016)
In: Cecconi, F. (ed.) New Frontiers in the Study of Social Phenomena, Springer International Publishing

Exchanging grooming, but not tolerance and aggression in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).
Campennì, M., Manciocco, A., Vitale, A., Schino, G. (2015)
American Journal of Primatology 77(2), 222-228

Partner choice promotes cooperation: the two faces of testing with agent-based models.

Campennì M., Schino, G. (2014)

Journal of Theoretical Biology. 344, 49–55


Cecconi, F., & Campennì, M. (2019). Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Economic Modeling. Springer

Scientific interests:

Social Behaviour: modelling of (pro)social behaviours and dynamics, cooperation theory and models, agent based modelling and simulation, modelling of non-human animal social behaviour and dynamics.

Cognitive Systems: artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, modelling of cognitive architectures, learning and
evolutionary algorithms.

Marco Campenni,
Oct 2, 2019, 3:14 AM