Profilo personale

Antonio Scala

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Antonio Scala studied physics and computer science at the University of Napoli "Federico II," working on percolation and Monte Carlo cluster algorithms with A. Coniglio. He did a Ph.D. in condensed matter physics at Boston University working on metastable critical points with H. E. Stanley. As a postdoc at Rome "La Sapienza," he worked on energy landscapes and glassy systems with F. Sciortino and P. Tartaglia. He is currently collaborating with G. Caldarelli on Complex Networks themes, ranging from economics to medicine; he is the editor of the Journal "Advances in Networks". He has been a member of the OSN (Osservatorio per la Sicurezza Nazionale del Ministero della Difesa). He is Visiting Professor at the IMT Lucca and Research Fellow at LIMS (the London Institute of Mathematical Sciences). He is a permanent Research Scientist in the Institute for Complex Systems at the National Research Council of Italy (CNR)

Aree di interesse:

1.STATISTICAL MECHANICS 2.COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS 3.COMPLEX NETWORKS 4.ENERGY LANDSCAPE 5.MANY BODY SIMULATIONS 6.SIMULATION OF SHAPED OBJECTS 7.HARD BODY BROWNIAN DYNAMICS 8.CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES 9.COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE 10.NETWORK MEDICINE


Contatti

Telefono: +39 06 4991 3432
Recapito: Antonio Scala, PhDResearch FellowInstitute for Complex Systems (ISC), CNRand Department of PhysicsUniversita` degli Studi "La Sapienza"Edificio Fermi, 1mo piano, stanza 103Piazzale Aldo Moro, 2I-00185 Roma, Italy

Identificatori Internazionali

Scopus Author ID: 7005366961
WoS Researcher ID: A-2098-2012
Research Gate: Antonio_Scala2
Google Scholar: ycmKlR8AAAAJ

H-index

Google Scholar H-Index: 44

Formazione

Laurea in Fisica
Laurea (Vecchio Ordinamento)
Università degli Studi di Napoli - Federico II

PhD in Condensed Matter Physics
Dottorato
Boston University - Boston, MA - USA


Competenze

COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS
NETWORK THEORY
SOFT MATTER
STATISTICAL PHYSICS

Research activities classification (ERC)

PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

Classificazione attività di ricerca (ATECO)

ALTRE ATTIVITÀ PROFESSIONALI, SCIENTIFICHE E TECNICHE
RICERCA SCIENTIFICA E SVILUPPO

Prodotti della ricerca

Antonio Scala

The mathematics of multiple lockdowns

(2021) in Scientific reports (Nature Publishing Group)
Giudicianni C.; Herrera M.; Di Nardo A.; Oliva G.; Scala A.

The faster the better: On the shortest paths role for near real-time decision making of water utilities

(2021) in Reliability engineering & systems safety
Alessandro Galeazzi, Matteo Cinelli, Giovanni Bonaccorsi, Francesco Pierri, Ana Lucia Schmidt, SCALA A, Fabio Pammolli, Walter Quattrociocchi

Human mobility in response to COVID-19 in France, Italy and UK

(2021) in Scientific reports (Nature Publishing Group)
Francesco Surmonte, Umberto Perna, Antonio Scala, Alessandro Rubino, Angelo Facchini

A Data-driven approach to renewable energy source planning at regional level

(2021) in Energy sources. Part B, Economics, planning, and policy
Angelo Facchini, Antonio Scala

Complex systems applications to electric mobility and regional intermittent source planning

(2021) in Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy, 2021
Giudicianni C.; Herrera M.; Di Nardo A.; Greco R.; Creaco E.; Scala A.

Topological Placement of Quality Sensors in Water-Distribution Networks without the Recourse to Hydraulic Modeling

(2020) in Journal of water resources planning and management
Bonaccorsi G.; Pierri F.; Cinelli M.; Flori A.; Galeazzi A.; Porcelli F.; Schmidt A.L.; Valensise C.M.; Scala A.; Quattrociocchi W.; Pammolli F.

Economic and social consequences of human mobility restrictions under COVID-19

(2020) in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Online)
Cinelli M.; Brugnoli E.; Lucia Schmidt A.; Zollo F.; Quattrociocchi W.; Scala A.

Selective exposure shapes the Facebook news diet

(2020) in PloS one
Scala A.; Flori A.; Spelta A.; Brugnoli E.; Cinelli M.; Quattrociocchi W.; Pammolli F.

Time, space and social interactions: exit mechanisms for the Covid-19 epidemics

(2020) in Scientific reports (Nature Publishing Group)
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