|Carolina Becatti is a PhD student at IMT Lucca in Economics, Management and Data Science since 2015 (XXXI cycle) and joined the Networks research unit in 2017. She obtained a B.Sc. in Mathematics (2013) and a M.Sc. in Statistics (2015) at the University of Siena. Her research interests are currently focused on community detection methods for bipartite networks and randomization and analysis of rating networks.|
|Federica Parisi is a PhD student in Economics Management and Data Science at IMT Lucca from November 2015. She is a matematician, and obtained both her bachelor degree and Masters in Probability from the University of Turin, spending one year as a visiting student at the University of Portsmouth (UK). She was also an intern at the BIPM institute (Sevres, Paris) where she worked on a new application of Kalman Filter to the computation of timescales and correction of atomic clocks signal.
Her current interest and work focus on network reconstruction and link imputation techiques.
|Giacomo Rapisardi is a Phd student of the XXXI cycle in Computer Science and Systems Engineering under the Networks research unit directed by Guido Caldarelli at IMT. He was born in Florence (1990) and graduated in Theoretical Physics at the University of Pisa (2015).
His research interests are currently focused on percolation processes over complex networks and spectra analysis of random networks.
He is member of the Italian physics society (SIF).
|Giuseppe Trapani is a PhD candidate at IMT Lucca, curriculum in Economics, Management and Data Science from 2015. He holds a M.Sc. in Finance from the University of Siena, with a thesis on the creation and application of a pricing framework for interest rate derivatives in presence of term structure disentanglement. Before pursuing graduate studies he was Intern Derivatives Trader at Monte dei Paschi Capital Services S.p.A. and Junior Risk Analyst at Azimut Holding S.p.A. He is currently working on graph-based time series analysis and community detection methods for bipartite networks|
Jeroen van Lidth de Jeude
|Jeroen is a PhD student at IMT Lucca in Economics, Management and Data Science since November 2015. After a B.Sc. in Applied Physics at Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands), he obtained a M.Sc. in Complexity Science at the Centre for Complexity Science at the University of Warwick (UK), working on forecasting using online behaviour and optimization of R&D pipelines. He was also a research fellow in the Risk Initiative and Statistical Consulting Unit in the Department of Statistics at Warwick. He is currently focusing on economic networks, with the analysis of inter-bank networks and patent networks|