Position

Economic complexity, Financial risk, Complex systems,
High-T superconductivity

Quantum information, Quantum computation, Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, Probabilistics

Scale-free networks, Fractal growth, Self-organised criticality,
Systems biology

Disordered systems, Random graphs, Processes on complex networks, Mathematical bio-medicine, Market models

Combinatorics, Evolvability, Technological innovation, Resilience,
Graph theory, Fractal mechanics

Stochastic models of disease, Modelling drug administration,
Dynamics of amyloid diseases

Strategy, Technological innovation, Evolution of organizations,
Science of change

Mathematical ecology, Natural resource management,
Sustainability

Environmental sciences

46 people

Luciano Pietronero

Fellow

lp@lims.ac.uk

Economic complexity

Financial risk

Complex systems

High-T superconductivity

Prof. Luciano Pietronero is a Fellow of the London Institute and professor of physics at the University of Rome, Sapienza. Prof. Pietronero studied physics in Rome and was a research scientist at Xerox Webster and Brown Boveri. He then moved to Groningen in the Netherlands, where he was professor in condensed matter theory. In 2004 he founded the Institute for Complex Systems at Sapienza and was director for 10 years. Prof. Pietronero was chairman of StatPhys 23 and won the Fermi Prize, the highest award of the Italian Physical Society. His current research interests are in applying quantitatice concepts from physics to economic complexity, finance and risk.