My main research interests include the analysis of dynamic systems that evolve and interact with complex topologies or networks. This includes a wide range of interdisciplinary scenarios, from physics (my personal background) to medicine, from sociology to technology. In particular, I focus on characterizing the topological features (such as community or other mesoscopic structures) of the underlying data that can be highlighted by the temporal evolution of the system. I analyse those systems through the lenses of Information Theory, Statistical Physics and Quantum Mechanics.
I work as a PostDoc at CEPED (Université de Paris) in collaboration with the IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement). I hold a visiting position in the ARCS group in the Università di Torino department of informatics, Italy.