gc@lims.ac.uk

# Guido Caldarelli Fellow

Scale-free networks, fractal growth, self-organized criticality and systems biology.

Prof Guido Caldarelli is a Fellow at the London Institute and associate professor of physics at IMT Lucca. He studied physics at the University of Rome, Sapienza and did his PhD at the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste on self-organized criticality. Prof Caldarelli did postdocs at the University of Manchester and the University of Cambridge. He was an associate professor in the Italian CNR and a visiting professor at École normale supérieure and the University of Barcelona. In 2019 he was awarded a NetSci Fellowship. His research interests are in the theory and application of the statistical physics of complex networks.

### The physics of financial networks

Nature Reviews Physics

### Controlling systemic risk: Network structures that minimize it and node properties to calculate it

Physical Review E

### True scale-free networks hidden by finite size effects

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA

### Network valuation in financial systems

Mathematical Finance

### The statistical physics of real-world networks

Nature Reviews Physics

### Tackling information asymmetry in networks: a new entropy-based ranking index

Journal of Statistical Physics

### From ecology to finance (and back?): a review on entropy-based null models for the analysis of bipartite networks

Journal of Statistical Physics

### Bayesian networks analysis of malocclusion data

Scientific Reports