||Maturità classica, Liceo "Luciano Manara" Roma
||Laurea in Fisica, Università "Sapienza" Roma
||MPhil in Condensed Matter Theory, SISSA, Trieste
||PhD in Condensed Matter Theory, SISSA, Trieste
||Postdoc Dep.Physics/School of Biological Science, University of Manchester UK
||Postdoc Theory of Condensed Matter, Cavendish Lab, University of Cambridge UK
||Ricercatore INFM Centre for Statistical Mechanics Sapienza
||Primo Ricercatore Istituto Sistemi Complessi, CNR Roma
||Professore Associato IMT Alti Studi Lucca
||Professore Ordinario IMT Alti Studi Lucca
||Professore Ordinario Ca'Foscari
From 2018 to 2021 I have been president of the Society of Complex Systems
In 2019 with other colleagues we founded the Italian Society of Statistical Physics, a discipline in which I study applications to Network theory. Indeed, complex networks can give a quantitative description of many systems in which so far such a description has been impossible and in particular, they can help to manage large amounts of data. Thanks to these characteristics, although their development is a part of contemporary statistical physics, their applications are often interdisciplinary. These studies are part of a larger discipline known as complex systems theory. On these studies, I have published about 200 articles in international journals and three books (as of 2020).
In 2020 I was elected a member of the American Physical Society (APS Fellowship) "For major contributions to understanding the disorder effects in self-similar phenomena, particularly in real scale-free networks and in theoretical models"
In 2020 I became member of Academia Europaea.
More information is available on my personal website http://www.guidocaldarelli.com