Institute for Complex Systems - Sapienza - CNR

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ISC Sapienza Andrea Baldassarri
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Andrea Baldassarri
6 years ago


Andrea Baldassarri got his PhD at the University of  Paris Sud (Orsay) with a thesis on the Statistics of persistent extreme events. His interests in non-equilibrium statistical physics  and complex systems drove him to study several problems related to granular matter, slow dynamics and aging in spin glass models, etching and corrosion processes in aluminum films, erosion of rocky coasts, fractal geomorphology of planets. Such a collection of diverse topics, has been addressed focusing on the emergence of collective phenomena, in the framework of universal statistics of extremes, percolation theory, self-organization. He collaborates with researchers from the Ecole Polytechnique, in Paris, and from the Centro de Astrobiologia, in Madrid. Recently, in the framework of the TAGora project, he exploited concepts and tools from statistical physics to study collaborative tagging systems and on-line social communities.

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Andrea Baldassarri

phone: +39-6-49913437

fax: +39-06-443158


address: Edificio Fermi, Dipartimento di Fisica, "Sapienza" Università di Roma, Piazzale Aldo Moro 2, 00185 Roma, Italy

room: 510


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