I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Network and Data Science at the Central European University. I received a bachelor’s degree in physics in 2016, and a master’s degree in physics of complex systems in 2019, both from the University of Turin. I received a PhD in complex systems for physical, socio-economic and life sciences in 2022, from the University of Catania. My research interests include dynamical systems, complex networks, higher-order networks, and their applications.
- Gallo L., Muolo R., Gambuzza L.V., Latora V., Frasca M. & Carletti T., Synchronization induced by directed higher-order interactions, Communications Physics, 5, 263 (2022)
- Gallo L., Latora V. & Pulvirenti A., MultiSAGE: a multiplex embedding algorithm for inter-layer link prediction, arXiv:2206.13223 (2022)
- Malizia F., Gallo L., Latora V., Frasca M. & Russo G., Individual-and pair-based models of epidemic spreading: Master equations and analysis of their forecasting capabilities, Physical Review Research, 4 (2), 023145 (2022)
Gallo L., Latora V., Frasca M. & Russo G., Lack of practical identifiability may hamper reliable predictions in COVID-19 epidemic models, Science Advances, 8 (3), eabg5234 (2022)
Gambuzza L.V., Di Patti F., Gallo L., Lepri S., Romance M., Criado R., Frasca M., Latora V. & Boccaletti S., Stability of synchronization in simplicial complexes, Nature Communications, 12 (1), 1-13, (2021)
You can find a detailed list of my publications on Google Scholar.