Visitor
Complex, biological networks, noncoding DNA, time scales in microarray data, discrete dynamics
Trustee
Stochastic models of disease, Modelling drug administration, Dynamics of amyloid diseases
Senior Postdoc
Replica methods, Phase transitions in optimisation, Information theory, Machine learning
Postdoc
Statistical physics, socio-economic systems, theory of complexity, metabolic networks
Senior Postdoc
Bayesian methods, Clinical trial design, Machine learning, High-dimensional biomedical data
Senior Postdoc
Statistical physics, Systemic risk, Network theory
Trustee
Mathematical ecology, Natural resource management, Sustainability
Former Postdoc
Statistical mechanics, semi-flexible filaments, mathematical biology, evolvability, boolean dynamics
Fellow
Scale-free networks, Fractal growth, Self-organised criticality, Systems biology
Senior Postdoc
Non-equilibrium dynamics, Spectral methods, Memristors, Complex systems
Fellow
Disordered systems, Random graphs, Processes on complex networks, Mathematical bio-medicine, Market models
Fellow
Quantum information, Quantum computation, Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, Probabilistics
Former Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow
Combinatorics, Boolean networks, discrete mathematics
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Paolo Barucca
Senior Postdoc
Statistical physics
Systemic risk
Network theory
Dr Paolo Barucca is a senior postdoc in theoretical physics at the London Institute. He did his PhD at the University of Rome, Sapienza under Prof. Georgio Parisi, specializing in the statistical physics of disordered and complex systems. Dr Barucca studies systemic risk in financial networks. In particular, he seeks general and reliable indicators of the risk of default cascades in networks to prevent systemic crises and to design more sustainable financial policies. He co-founded the Institute’s ComplexiLate series, which brings young researchers together to share their work through short talks, discussion and drinks.