Distinguished Professor of Physics and Biology, Pennsylvania State University & Fellow of the Network Science Society
Director of Research at the Institute of Complex Systems of the Italian CNR, in Florence.
His major scientific interests are pattern formation and competition in extended media, chaos recognition, control and synchronization, and the structure and dynamics of complex networks.
He has been Scientific Attache’ of the Italian Embassy in Israel during the years 2007-2011 and 2014-2018. He is Editor in Chief of the Journal “Chaos, Solitons and Fractals” (Elsevier) from 2013, and member of the Academia Europaea since 2016. His monograph ¨Complex Networks: Structure and Dynamics¨, published in Physics Reports on 2006 converted into the most quoted paper ever appeared in the Annals of that Journal.
Lucilla de Arcangelis
Professor of Physics, Second University of Naples & Secretary of the Commission C3 of the IUPAP
Professor of Physics, IMT School of Advanced Studies in Lucca and Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics in Leiden
Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Rochester
Professor of Physics, Korea University Seoul
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Chairman of Medicine Department and Physician-in-Chief, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
He is recognized as an outstanding cardiovascular scientist, clinician, and teacher, and has received many awards for his work. He has has helped significantly advance the understanding of cardiovascular function and pathobiology through his work with nitric oxide. He is among the founders of the field of Network Medicine, wherein one explores holistically interacting networks of proteins that regulate phenotypes.
Miguel Á. Muñoz
Professor of Physics, University of Granada
Professor of Ecology and Evolution, University of Chicago
Professor of Computer Science, Boston University
Researcher, Sapienza University of Rome
MQ Fellow, University of Cambridge & Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute
Professor of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London
Professor in Applied Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London & Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute
Petra Kralj Novak
Researcher, Jožef Stefan Institute Ljubljana
José Fernando Mendes
Professor of Physics, University of Aveiro & Fellow of the Network Science Society
Adilson E. Motter
Professor of Physics, Northwestern University & Erdös-Rényi Prize in Network Science
Professor of Complex Networks and Systems Research, Indiana University Bloomington