Hello and, welcome to my website!

My name is Alessio Cardillo and I am a post-doc research fellow at the Department of Engineering Mathematics at University of Bristol (UK). My research activity pivots around the study of complex systems encoded as networks, using a blend of agent-based simulations and analytical methods. I am equally interested in studying the structure of complex systems/networks, as well as the emergence of collective phenomena on them. I started my research activity in March 2005, under the supervision of Prof. Vito Latora. In 2014, I obtained my PhD in Physics under the supervision of Dr. Jesús Gómez-Gardeñes at both the Department of Physics of Condensed Matter, and the Institute for Biocomputation and Physics of Complex Systems (BIFI) of Zaragoza (Spain).

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In these pages you can found some useful (I hope so) info and links about my work, complex networks, Physics and other stuffs.

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Alessio Cardillo

University of Bristol,
Department of Engineering Mathematics

Maggs House (room 200),
78 Queens Road, Clifton -- BS8 1QU, Bristol
United Kingdom