Andrea Gabrielli

Permanent Researcher
Andrea Gabrielli is a permanent researcher at the Institute for Complex Systems. In the last 20 years he worked in different problems of statistical physics, ranging from fractal growth phenomena, percolation, self-organized criticality to application of methods of statistical physics to cosmological, gravitational problems and complex networks which is now his main research interest.
His present work focus on:

1) Application of complex network theory to socio-economic networks and analysis of fMRI data about brain function;
2) Statistical physics of extended gravitational and long range interacting systems;
3) Stochastic processes with multiplicative noise, turbulence and the relation with long range interactions;
4) Theory of anomalous diffusion in NMR experiments in organic and inorganic complex media.

An extended version of his CV can be obtained here