Mika is a theoretical physicist from Berlin, Germany, who joined the Networks group in November 2014 as a PhD student. He obtained a Master's Degree in Physics and Astrophysics cum laude from the University of Florence. The main results of his thesis on the nonlinear dynamics and transport properties of the one-dimensional Fermi-Pasta-Ulam chain have been published in Physical Review E. Within the Networks group, he currently focuses on economic networks and formulation of statistical null models for bipartite networks. He pursues the application of his findings to international trade in order to develop sustainable development strategies.
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