Federico Battiston

Research Fellow

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+36 1 327-3229

I am a PostDoctoral researcher at the Department of Network and Data Science at Central European University in Budapest, working with Roberta Sinatra and Laszlo Barabasi on characterizing the evolution of interdisciplinary research and its implication for success. I was previously based at the Department of Anthropology at University College London and at the Brain and Spine Institute in Paris as a CNRS researcher working on applications of network science respectively to hunter-gatherer populations and neuroscience. Before that I received a PhD from the School of Mathematical Sciences of Queen Mary University of London, where I was part of the Complex Systems and Networks Group working under the supervision of Vito Latora and a member of the EU-FP7 project LASAGNE on the structure and dynamics of multilayer networks.

Blog posts by or about Federico on What's Up at DNDS:

Dynamics of Conflict and Controversy in Large Social Networks

Multiplexity Entering the Game


PhD in Applied Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London
MSc in Theoretical Physics, Sapienza University of Rome
BSc in Physics, Sapienza University of Rome