IV Conference of the Italian Society of Statistical Physics - SIFS

With one special session dedicated to Stefano Ruffo
XXVIII National Conference on Statistical Physics and Complex Systems
In collaboration with Società Italiana di Fisica Statistica (SIFS), Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) of Trieste, the Institute for Complex Systems (ISC-CNR) of Florence and Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN)

June 24th - 26th 2024
Aula Magna, Sede Centrale di Via Università 12,Parma (Italy)

Dear friends,

The fourth Conference of the Italian Society of Statistical Physics, i.e. the XXVIII National Conference on Statistical Physics and Complex Systems, will be held from June 24th to June 26th 2024 on site in Parma, at Aula Magna - Palazzo Centrale, Via Università 12. A special session will be dedicated to Stefano Ruffo on June 25th.

The Conference will be dedicated to the main topics of interest in Statistical Physics:

  • Equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical physics
  • Disordered systems and complex systems
  • Phase transitions and statistical physics of quantum systems
  • Statistical physics of soft, active and biological matter
  • Machine Learning: theory and applications to Data Science
  • Statistical physics of Networks
  • Interdisciplinary applications of statistical physics.


  • On June 24th, during the afternoon session, the Assembly of Members of the Italian Society of Statistical Physics - SIFS will take place. All the necessary information to register and attend the Assembly can be found on the SIFS official website.

    There is no registration fee, but for organization purposes we kindly ask you to send the registration form, shown on this conference website, by June 17th 2024. In case you are interested in presenting a contribution, please fill the second part of the registration form and submit it before May 20th 2024.

    For further information about the conference, please contact info@fisicastatistica.org.

    We look forward to meeting you in Parma!

    The Organizing Committee


    Italian Society of Statistical Physics- SIFS


    On 20th May 2019 the "Italian Society of Statistical Physics" - SIFS was founded in Florence.
    In the afternoon session of June 24th, during the work of the Conference, the Assembly of the Members will take place: all the SIFS Members, in compilance with the 2024 membership fee, will be able to participate in the Assembly.
    Further information can be found on the official Society's website https://www.fisicastatistica.org/ or by contacting info@fisicastatistica.org.

    Organization

    Scientific Committee

    • Raffaella Burioni - Università di Parma
    • Pasquale Calabrese - Sissa - Trieste
    • Guido Caldarelli - Università Ca’ Foscari - Venezia
    • Federico Corberi - Università di Salerno
    • Duccio Fanelli - Università di Firenze
    • Irene Giardina - Università Sapienza - Roma
    • Giuseppe Gonnella - Università di Bari
    • Stefano Lepri - ISC - CNR
    • Enzo Marinari - Università Sapienza - Roma
    • Enzo Orlandini - Università di Padova

    Organizing Committee

    • Raffaella Burioni - Università di Parma
    • Davide Cassi - Università di Parma
    • Stefano Iubini - ISC - CNR Firenze
    • Pietro Rotondo - Università di Parma
    • Alessandro Vezzani - IMEM-CNR Parma
    • Sandro Wimberger - Università di Parma

    Scientific Secretariat

    • Alberto Bassanoni - Università di Parma
    • Adamo Cerioli - Università di Parma
    • Luca Guglielmi - Università di Parma
    • Marco Mancastroppa - Centre de Physique Théorique, CNRS, Aix-Marseille Université

    Registration

    There is no registration fee, but for organization purposes we kindly ask you to submit the following registration form by June, 17th 2024 (the Registration Form is also available here). In case you are interested in presenting a contribution, please fill the second part of the registration form and submit it before May, 20th 2024 .
    Contribution deadline: 20th May 2024
    Registration deadline: 17th June 2024

    Registration for the conference is open.

    Participants

    Name Affiliation E-mail address
    1.Agasso LeonardoUniversity of Turin & INFNleonardo.agasso@unito.it
    2.Alvankar Golpayegan HaniehUniversity of Naples Federico IIhanieh.alvankargolpayegan@unina.it
    3.Andreucci FrancescoSissa/Ictpfandreuc@sissa.it
    4.Ares FilibertoSISSAfaresase@sissa.it
    5.Baglioni PaoloUniversity of Parmapaolo.baglioni@unipr.it
    6.Bagnoli FrancoUniversity of Florencefranco.bagnoli@unifi.it
    7.Baiesi MarcoUniversita' di Padovamarco.baiesi@unipd.it
    8.Baldovin FulvioUniversità di Padovafulvio.baldovin@unipd.it
    9.Bandini GabrieleSISSAgbandini@sissa.it
    10.Barkai EliBar Ilan Universitybarkaie@biu.ac.il
    11.Barré JulienUniversité d'Orléans (France)julien.barre@univ-orleans.fr
    12.Bassanoni AlbertoUniversità di Parmaalberto.bassanoni@unipr.it
    13.Bassman Oftelie LindsayCNRlindsaybassman@gmail.com
    14.Battiston FedericoCentral European Universitybattiston.federico@gmail.com
    15.Benella SimoneINAF - IAPSsimone.benella@inaf.it
    16.Biazzo IndacoEPFLindaco.biazzo@gmail.com
    17.Bonilauri FrancescoUNIPRfrancesco.bonilauri@studenti.unipr.it
    18.Brambati MartinoUniversità degli Studi dell'Insubriamartino.brambati@gmail.com
    19.Budzynski LouiseLa Sapienza Universitylouise.budzynski@gmail.com
    20.Buffa LorenzoUniversità di Roma Tor Vergata - CREFlorenzo.buffa@cref.it
    21.Buffoni LorenzoUniversità degli Studi di Firenzelorenzo.buffoni@unifi.it
    22.Burioni RaffaellaUniversità di Parma - INFNraffaella.burioni@unipr.it
    23.Calabrese PasqualeSissa - Triestecalabrese@sissa.it
    24.Caldarelli GuidoCa'Foscari University of VeniceGuido.Caldarelli@unive.it
    25.Camilli FrancescoInternational Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)francesco.camilli95@gmail.com
    26.Campisi MicheleIstituto Nanoscienze CNRmichele.campisi@gmail.com
    27.Caredda FrancescoPolitecnico di Torinofrancesco.caredda@polito.it
    28.Carenza Livio NicolaKoç University - Physics Departmentlcarenza@ku.edu.tr
    29.Caresana MicheleGoethe University caresana@atom.uni-frankfurt.de
    30.Carollo Giovanni BattistaUniversità degli Studi di Barigiovacarollo@uniba.it
    31.Caselle MicheleDipartimento di Fisica - Università di Torinomichele.caselle@unito.it
    32.Cassi Davide Università di Parmadavide.cassi@unipr.it
    33.Cerioli AdamoUniversità di Parmaadamo.cerioli@unipr.it
    34.Chiariello Andrea MariaUniversità di Napoli Federico II and INFN sezione di Napolichiariello@na.infn.it
    35.Ciliberto SergioENS-Lyonsergio.ciliberto@ens-lyon.fr
    36.Cini MatteoUniversità di Torino - ISAC-CNRm.cini@isac.cnr.it
    37.Cirone NiccoloUniversity of Turinniccolo.cirone@unito.it
    38.Consolini GiuseppeIstituto Nazionale di Astrofisicagiuseppe.consolini@inaf.it
    39.Corberi FedericoUniversità di Salernofcorberi@unisa.it
    40.Crotti StefanoPolitecnico di Torinostefano.crotti@polito.it
    41.D'Alberto JacopoUniversità degli Studi di Milanojacopo.dalberto@unimi.it
    42.Dall'Asta LucaPolitecnico di Torinoluca.dallasta@polito.it
    43.De Arcangelis LucillaUniversità Vanvitellilucilla.dearcangelis@unicampania.it
    44.De Domenico FedericaUniversity of Pavia - INFNfederica.dedomenico01@universitadipavia.it
    45.De Domenico ManlioUniversity of Paduamanlio.dedomenico@unipd.it
    46.Del Bono Luca MariaSapienza Università di Romalucamaria.delbono@uniroma1.it
    47.Di Bari LeonardoPolitecnico di Torinoleonardo.dibari@polito.it
    48.Di Garbo AngeloCNR - Istituto di Biofisicaangelo.digarbo@ibf.cnr.it
    49.Domenico GiardinoUniversity of Parmadomi13235@gmail.com
    50.Ellettari ElisabettaUniversity of Parmaelisabetta.ellettari@studenti.unipr.it
    51.Eshaqi Sani NajmehUniversity of Parmanajmeh.eshaqisani@unipr.it
    52.Ettori federico Politecnico di Milanofederico.ettori@polimi.it
    53.Fanelli Duccio Dipartimento Fisica e Astronomia - Università di Firenzeduccio.fanelli@unifi.it
    54.Fava GiuseppeUniversità dell'Insubriagfava@uninsubria.it
    55.Febbe DiegoUniversità di Firenze - Dipartimento di Fisicadiego.febbe@unifi.it
    56.Foini LauraCNRS IPhT Saclaylaura.foini@ipht.fr
    57.Fontana AndreaUniversità di Napoli "Federico II" and INFN sezione di Napoliandrea.fontana@unina.it
    58.Forastiere DaniloUniversità di Padovadanilo.forastiere@unipd.it
    59.Gabrielli AndreaUniversità di Roma Tre e Centro Ricerche Enrico Fermiagabrielli70@gmail.com
    60.Gambassi AndreaSISSA - International School for Advanced Studiesgambassi@sissa.it
    61.Gherardi MarcoUniversità degli Studi di Milanomarco.gherardi@unimi.it
    62.Giachetti GuidoUniversité Paris Cergy CYguido.giachetti@gmail.com
    63.Giacometti AchilleUniversita' Ca' Foscari Veneziaachille.giacometti@unive.it
    64.Giardina IreneUniversità Sapienza - Romairene.giardina@uniroma1.it
    65.Giardinà CristianUniversità di Modena e Reggio Emiliacristian.giardina@unimore.it
    66.Gilardoni IvanSISSA - Triesteigilardo@sissa.it
    67.Giovanni Cicutaretired from Physics Dept. Univ. Parma giovanni.cicuta@gmail.com
    68.Giusfredi MicheleUniversità degli Studi di Firenze - Department of Physics and Astronomymichele.giusfredi@unifi.it
    69.Gollinucci FedericoPolitecnico di Torinofederico.gollinucci@polito.it
    70.Gonnella GiuseppeUniversità degli Studi di Barigonnella@ba.infn.it
    71.Gori GiacomoRuprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberggori@thphys.uni-heidelberg.de
    72.Grimaldi LorenzoUniversità di Roma "Tor Vergata" e Centro Ricerche "Enrico Fermi"lorenzo.grimaldi@cref.it
    73.Guglielmi LucaUniversità di Parmaluca.guglielmi@unipr.it
    74.Hu MirkoDepartment of Medicine and Surgery - TecMed Lab - University of Parmamirko.hu@unipr.it
    75.Iannelli GiulioCREFgiulio.iannelli@cref.it
    76.Iubini StefanoISC - CNR Firenzestefano.iubini@isc.cnr.it
    77.Izzo Maria GraziaDipartimento di Scienze Molecolari e Nanosistemi - Università Ca' Foscarimariagrazia.izzo@unive.it
    78.Joshi Lata KharkwalSISSA Triesteljoshi@sissa.it
    79.Khomeriki RamazIvane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State Universitykhomeriki@hotmail.com
    80.Lenzini LeonardoUniversità degli Studi dell'Insubrialenzinileonardo@gmail.com
    81.Lepori LucaUniversità di Parmaluca.lepori@unipr.it
    82.Lepri StefanoISC - CNR stefano.lepri@isc.cnr.it
    83.Lerose AlessioUniversity of Oxfordalessio.lerose@gmail.com
    84.Leuzzi LucaCNR-NANOTEC - Istituto di Nanotecnologia - Sede di Roma - Piazzale A. Moro 5luca.leuzzi@cnr.it
    85.Livi RobertoDipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia Università di Firenzeroberto.livi@unifi.it
    86.Locatelli EmanueleUniversity of Padovaemanuele.locatelli@unipd.it
    87.Lomtatidze NinoIvane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State Universityramaz.khomeriki@tsu.ge
    88.Maggi ClaudioCNR-Nanotec - Romaclaudio.maggi@roma1.infn.it
    89.Mancastroppa MarcoCPT - CNRS - Aix-Marseille Univ.marco.mancastroppa@unipr.it
    90.Mannella RiccardoDipartimento di Fisica - Universita` di Pisariccardo.mannella@unipi.it
    91.Mantegna RosarioUniversità di Palermorosario.mantegna@unipa.it
    92.Mantica GiorgioCenter for Nonlinear and Complex Systems - Universita' dell'Insubria Comogiorgio.mantica@uninsubria.it
    93.Marchi EdoardoUniversità degli Studi di Milanoedoardo.marchi@unimi.it
    94.Marinari EnzoUniversità Sapienza - Roma enzo.marinari@roma1.infn.it
    95.Marsili MatteoICTPmarsili@ictp.it
    96.Materassi MassimoConsiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto dei Sistemi complessi CNR-ISCmassimo.materassi@cnr.it
    97.Messuti GiovanniUniversity of Salerno - INFN Napoli - Gruppo coll. SAgmessuti@unisa.it
    98.Metzler RalfUniversity of Potsdamrmetzler@uni-potsdam.de
    99.Micciche' SalvatoreUNIPA - Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica Emilio Segrèsalvatore.micciche@unipa.it
    100.Milanesio FedericoPhD student - University of Turinfederico.milanesio@unito.it
    101.Mileto GrazianoUniversità Popolare Federiciana Dipartimento di Medicina Integrata e Biofisica "Giuseppe Martines" (https://www.cimb.me/dipartimenti.html)prof.mileto.graziano@hotmail.it
    102.Moretti DanielaUniversità degli studi di Baridaniela.moretti@uniba.it
    103.Mossa StefanoCEA Grenoble - IRIGste.mossa@gmail.com
    104.Nardini CesareCEA University Paris-Saclaycesare.nardini@gmail.com
    105.Nasuti GiacomoUniversity of Parmanasutigiacomo@gmail.com
    106.Negri MatteoUniversità di Roma Sapienzamatteo.negri@uniroma1.it
    107.Negro AlessioUniTOalessio.negro1999@gmail.com
    108.Negro GiuseppeUniversity of Barigiuseppe.settimio.negro@gmail.com
    109.Nello DanieleSissadanello@sissa.it
    110.Nicodemi MarioDip.to di Fisica - Università di Napoli "Federico II"mario.nicodemi@na.infn.it
    111.Nicoletti FlavioSapienza Università di RomaFlavio.Nicoletti@uniroma1.it
    112.Orlandini EnzoUniversità di Padovaorlandini@pd.infn.it
    113.Osella MatteoUniversità di Torinomatteo.osella@unito.it
    114.Pacelli RosalbaINFN Padovarosalba.pacelli@gmail.com
    115.Paoluzzi MatteoCNR-IACmttpaoluzzi@gmail.com
    116.Patelli AurelioCREFaurelio.patelli@cref.it
    117.Pelizzola AlessandroPolitecnico di Torinoalessandro.pelizzola@polito.it
    118.Piazza FrancescoUniversità di Firenze francesco.piazza@unifi.it
    119.Pirovano DavideUniTodavide.pirovano@unito.it
    120.Pizzini LetiziaUniversity of Turin and INFNletizia.pizzini@unito.it
    121.Pocaterra ElenaAI Specialistelenapocaterra98@gmail.com
    122.Polettini MatteoSelf-employedmatteoeo@gmail.com
    123.Politi AntonioCNR - ISC - sezione di Sesto Fiorentinoantonio.politi55@gmail.com
    124.Politi PaoloISC-CNRpaolo.politi@isc.cnr.it
    125.Pretti MarcoCNR - Istituto Sistemi Complessimarco.pretti@polito.it
    126.Rotondo PietroUniversità di Parmapietro.rotondo@unipr.it
    127.Ruffo StefanoSISSA - Triestestefano.ruffo@sissa.it
    128.Ruggiero BerardoISASI CNRberardo.ruggiero@isasi.cnr.it
    129.Rylands ColinSISSAcrylands@sissa.it
    130.Santini AlessandroScuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA)asantini@sissa.it
    131.Saychenko IvanUniversity of Parmaivan.saychenko@unipr.it
    132.Scandola MatteoUniversity of Trentomatteo.scandola@unitn.it
    133.Scarpetta SilviaDept. of Physics "E.R.Caianiello" University of Salerno - Italysscarpetta@unisa.it
    134.Semeraro MassimilianoUniversità degli Studi di Bari and INFN Sezione di Barimassimiliano.semeraro@uniba.it
    135.Sicuro GabrieleUniversity of Bolognagabriele.sicuro@unibo.it
    136.Smaldone LucaUniversità degli studi di Salernolsmaldone@unisa.it
    137.Spagnolo BernardoUniversità di Palermobernardo.spagnolo@unipa.it
    138.Spreti CamillaUniversity of Trento - TIFPA-INFNcamilla.spreti@unitn.it
    139.Stramaglia SebastianoUniversità degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro and INFNsebast67@gmail.com
    140.Tonolo TommasoGSSI (Gran Sasso Science Institute)tommaso.tonolo@gssi.it
    141.Trasarti-Battistoni RobertoIndependent Researcherroberto.trasartibattistoni@gmail.com
    142.Trombettoni AndreaUniversità di Triesteatrombettoni@units.it
    143.Trovato AntonioDepartment of Physics and Astronomy - University of Padovaantonio.trovato@unipd.it
    144.Valenti DavideUniversità degli Studi di Palermodavide.valenti@unipa.it
    145.Valle FilippoUniversity of Turin and INFNfilippo.valle@unito.it
    146.Venturelli DavideLTPMC (Sorbonne Université)dventure@sissa.it
    147.Vezzani AlessandroIMEM-CNR - Parmaalessandro.vezzani@unipr.it
    148.Vulpiani AngeloUniversità Sapienza - Romaangelo.vulpiani@roma1.infn.it
    149.Wimberger SandroUniversità di Parmasandro.wimberger@unipr.it
    150.Zambon AlessandroUniversity of Milanalessandro.zambon@unimi.it
    151.Zgaga PietroUniversità di Parmapiezga@gmail.com

    Invited speakers

    Invited speakers


    • Eli Barkai - Bar Ilan University
    • Julien Barré - Université d'Orléans
    • Sergio Ciliberto - ENS-Lyon
    • Lucilla De Arcangelis - Università Vanvitelli
    • Laura Foini - CNRS IPhT Université Paris-Saclay
    • Claudio Maggi - CNR-Nanotec - Roma
    • Ralf Metzler - University of Potsdam
    • Cesare Nardini - CEA Saclay
    • Antonio Politi - CNR - ISC - Sezione di Sesto Fiorentino
    • Andrea Trombettoni - Università di Trieste e CNR-IOM
    • Angelo Vulpiani - Università Sapienza - Roma

    Schedule

    Monday, June 24th 2024

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    9:00 - 9:30 Opening
    9:30 - 9:50Federico Battiston - Central European University
    Explosive cooperation in social dilemmas on higher-order networks image
    9:50 - 10:10Aurelio Patelli - CREF
    Optimal Transport on Economic Complexity Networks image
    10:10 - 10:30Federica De Domenico - University of Pavia, INFN
    Imitation vs serendipity in the society image
    10:30 - 10:50Davide Venturelli - LTPMC (Sorbonne Université)
    Multifractality in disordered graphs: insights from two random matrix models image
    10:50 - 11:20 Coffee Break
    11:20 - 12:00Eli Barkai - Bar Ilan University
    Hitting times for quantum walks and for spin systems image
    12:00 - 12:20Giuseppe Fava - Università dell'Insubria
    Strong Casimir-like Forces in Flocking Active Matter image
    12:20 - 12:40Livio Nicola Carenza - Koç University - Physics Department
    Do active liquid crystals exist after all? image
    12:40 - 13:00Emanuele Locatelli - University of Padova
    Conformation and dynamics of active polymers in bulk and under confinement image
    13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
    14:30 - 14:50Luca Smaldone - Università degli studi di Salerno
    Ordering kinetics of the voter model with long-range interactions image
    14:50 - 15:10Indaco Biazzo - EPFL
    Boltzmann Autoregressive Neural Networks image
    15:10 - 15:50Claudio Maggi - CNR-Nanotec - Roma
    Continuous phase transitions in active particles systems image
    15:50 - 16:20 Coffee Break
    16:20 - 16:40Paolo Baglioni - University of Parma
    Probing Kernel Renormalization in finite-width Bayesian Shallow Neural Networks image
    16:40 - 17:00Marco Gherardi - Università degli Studi di Milano
    Universal training dynamics in deep learning image
    17:00 - 18:30Assembly of the members of the Italian Society of Statistical Physics - SIFS
    Official website image

    Tuesday, June 25th 2024

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    9:30 - 9:50 Greetings
    9:50 - 10:30Sergio Ciliberto - ENS-Lyon
    Inertial effects in discrete sampling information engines image
    10:30 - 11:40 Coffee Break + Poster
    11:40 - 12:20Cesare Nardini - CEA University Paris-Saclay
    Active Phase Separation image
    12:20 - 13:00Angelo Vulpiani - Universita' Sapienza, Roma
    Inferring Non-Equilibrium from Incomplete Information image
    13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
    14:30 - 15:10Julien Barré - Université d'Orléans (France)
    On some bifurcations of Vlasov equation image
    15:10 - 15:50Lucilla de Arcangelis - Vanvitelli University
    Fluctuation-Dissipation Relations for Brain Activity image
    15:50 - 16:50 Coffe Break + Poster
    16:50 - 17:30Andrea Trombettoni - Università di Trieste
    Criticality and Phase Diagram of Quantum Long-Range Systems image
    17:30 - 18:10Antonio Politi - CNR - ISC, sezione di Sesto Fiorentino
    Quasi-Hamiltonian dynamics of laser systems image
    19:15 - 20:15 Aperitif at Cortile dell'Università
    20:30 Social dinner at Sala delle Colonne - Palazzo dell'Università

    Wednesday, June 26th 2024

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    9:30 - 9:50Danilo Forastiere - Università di Padova
    Probing the hidden structure of polymer fluids via active microrheology image
    9:50 - 10:10Maria Grazia Izzo - Dipartimento di Scienze Molecolari e Nanosistemi, Università Ca' Foscari
    The interplay between liquid-liquid and ferroelectric phase transitions in supercooled water image
    10:10 - 10:30Niccolo Cirone - University of Turin
    The intrinsic dimension of cell differentiation image
    10:30 - 10:50Matteo Polettini - Self-employed
    Minimal (post)modern thermodynamics image
    10:50 - 11:20 Coffee Break
    11:20 - 12:00Laura Foini - CNRS IPhT Université Paris-Saclay
    The eigenstate thermalization hypothesis and free probability image
    12:00 - 12:20Alessandro Santini - Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA)
    Quantum Trajectories and Probability Distributions: Uncovering the Dynamics of Monitored Quantum Many-body Systems image
    12:20 - 12:40Filiberto Ares - SISSA
    Entanglement asymmetry and the quantum Mpemba effect image
    12:40 - 13:00Lorenzo Buffoni - Università degli Studi di Firenze
    Qubits together strong: preparation of large high-fidelity qubit registers via cooperative effects image
    13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
    14:30 - 14:50Colin Rylands - SISSA
    Nonequilibrium full counting statistics in integrable models image
    14:50 - 15:10Massimiliano Semeraro - Università degli Studi di Bari and INFN Sezione di Bari
    Work Fluctuations for a Harmonically Confined Active Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Particle image
    15:10 - 15:30Andrea Fontana - Università di Napoli "Federico II" and INFN sezione di Napoli
    Polymer physics models predict chromatin organization of SARS-CoV-2 infected cells image
    15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
    16:00 - 16:20Flavio Nicoletti - Sapienza Università di Roma
    Low energy excitations in mean field spin glasses image
    16:20 - 17:00Massimo Materassi - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto dei Sistemi complessi CNR-ISC
    Huge room for Statistical Physics in the Ionospheric Physics and Space Weather image

    Poster Session

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    Hanieh Alvankar Golpayegan - University of Naples Federico II
    The Wilson-Cowan model as an associative memory image
    Franco Bagnoli - University of Florence
    Synchronization of chains of logistic maps image
    Gabriele Bandini - SISSA
    XY model with vision cone: nonreciprocal vs reciprocal interactions on the lattice image
    Alberto Bassanoni - University of Parma
    Rare Events and Single Big Jump Effects in Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Processes image
    Lindsay Bassman Oftelie - CNR
    Dynamic Cooling of Qubits on Contemporary Quantum Computers image
    Simone Benella - INAF - IAPS
    Application of the stochastic thermodynamics to space plasma physics: new insights on turbulence image
    Lorenzo Buffa - Università di Roma Tor Vergata, CREF
    From dense to sparse - Optimal Transport in a random graph framework image
    Francesco Camilli - International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
    Fundamental limits in structured principal component analysis and how to reach them image
    Giuseppe Consolini - Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica
    Crackling Noise and Magnetospheric Substorm Dynamics image
    Jacopo D'Alberto - Università degli Studi di Milano
    Simulating the Dynamics of Open Quantum Systems with Quantum Monte Carlo Methods image
    Luca Maria Del Bono - Sapienza Università di Roma
    The de-Almeida Thouless line of sparse isotropic Heisenberg spin glasses image
    Najmeh Eshaqi Sani - University of Parma
    Time reversibility of adiabatic process image
    federico Ettori - Politecnico di Milano
    The effect of anisotropy and quenched randomness on dynamic phase transition for the two-dimensional Ising model image
    Diego Febbe - Università di Firenze, Dipartimento di Fisica
    Continuous Rate Neural Network: A biomimetic machine learning model for classification image
    Andrea Gabrielli - Università di Roma Tre e Centro Ricerche Enrico Fermi
    Networks with many scales of length and the Laplacian Renormalization Group image
    Guido Giachetti - Université Paris Cergy CY
    REPLICA METHODS IN MEASUREMENT INDUCED PHASE TRANSITIONS image
    Ivan Gilardoni - SISSA - Trieste
    Maximum-entropy principle to improve predictability of Molecular Dynamics simulations image
    Michele Giusfredi - Università degli Studi di Firenze, Department of Physics and Astronomy
    Localization in boundary-driven lattice models image
    Giacomo Gori - Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
    Emergent critical geometry image
    Mirko Hu - Department of Medicine and Surgery, TecMed Lab, University of Parma
    ECG Signals Revisited with Network Science derived Features image
    Lata Kharkwal Joshi - SISSA Trieste
    Measurements of many-body quantum chaos image
    Ramaz Khomeriki - Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
    Detection of “spatial” temperature by temporal statistics image
    Luca Leuzzi - CNR-NANOTEC, Istituto di Nanotecnologia, Sede di Roma, Piazzale A. Moro 5
    Logarithmic critical slowing down in complex systems: replica field theory from statics to dynamics in image
    Edoardo Marchi - Università degli Studi di Milano
    Modelling chromosomes dynamics: how loop-extrusion impacts chromatin self-interaction image
    Matteo Marsili - ICTP
    What is abstraction? image
    Massimo Materassi - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto dei Sistemi complessi CNR-ISC
    Huge room for Statistical Physics in the Ionospheric Physics and Space Weather image
    Giovanni Messuti - University of Salerno - INFN Napoli, Gruppo coll. SA
    Tuning the Brain to Criticality: Neuronal Avalanches and Cyclic Alternating Patterns during Sleep image
    Federico Milanesio - PhD student - University of Turin
    Understanding Geometric Compression in Neural Network Dynamics image
    Graziano Mileto - Università Popolare Federiciana Dipartimento di Medicina Integrata e Biofisica ”Giuseppe Martines” (https://www.cimb.me/dipartimenti.html)
    Dielectrons e+e− signals from fusion of QED Coherence and Nuclear states (GDR) in C-C and Ca-Ca relativistic heavy ion collisions and the d6σ = Wfi |Jinc|d6ΦDS problem image
    Daniela Moretti - Università degli studi di Bari
    Non-Gaussian behavior in subordinated dynamics for a Brownian particle in a trapping potential. image
    Stefano Mossa - CEA Grenoble - IRIG
    Theory and simulation of instantaneous normal modes in liquids image
    Matteo Negri - Università di Roma Sapienza
    Random Feature Hopfield Networks generalize retrieval to previously unseen examples image
    Giuseppe Negro - University of Bari
    Controlling flow patterns and topology in active emulsions image
    Daniele Nello - Sissa
    Thermodynamics of adiabatic pumping in quantum dots image
    Davide Pirovano - UniTo
    Should we always train neural networks on subclasses? image
    Sebastiano Stramaglia - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro & INFN
    Disentangling high order effects in the transfer entropy image
    Ivan Saychenko - University of Parma
    2D structure formation in nonlinear quantum mechanics image
    Matteo Scandola - University of Trento
    Analyzing Active Droplet Dynamics: Leveraging Image Processing for Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics image
    Tommaso Tonolo - GSSI (Gran Sasso Science Institute)
    Generalized Lotka Volterra model on the Bethe lattice image
    Davide Valenti - Università degli Studi di Palermo
    Role of the noise and stochastic modeling in biological systems image
    Indaco Biazzo - EPFL
    Boltzmann Autoregressive Neural Networks image
    Michele Campisi - Istituto Nanoscienze CNR
    False Onsager Relations image
    Salvatore Micciche' - UNIPA - Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica Emilio Segrè
    Role of correlations in the maximum distribution of multiscale stationary Markovian processes image
    Silvia Scarpetta - Dept. of Physics "E.R.Caianiello" University of Salerno, Italy
    Ensemble of Convolutional Neural Networks mitigating overconfident predictions of seismic traces. image

    Venue

    The conference will take place at Aula Magna of Sede Centrale in Via Università 12


    How to get there

    • By Bus (from the railway station of Parma):
      From the Parma railway station, you can walk to the Sede Centrale, with a walk of about 20 minutes coasting along the Parma Torrent or passing through the town center. Alternatively you can take the bus n. 8 getting off at Via Mazzini, alternatively buses n. 2, 6, 9, 13, 21 getting off at Piazza Ghiaia or the bus n. 15 getting off at Strada Cavestro, continuing by foot for about 200 m. Beware of taking the buses in the right direction. Tickets can be purchased at any tobacconist or newsagent. Single journey tickets can also be purchased on board for a surcharge. The driver does not give change: to buy a ticket in the car it is necessary to have money counted. Alternatively, you can pay with card on board.
      Some urban service lines operate a night service until midnight from Sunday to Thursday, up to 1.30 on Friday and Saturday. For more information, visit the public transport website.
    • By Train
      Parma is connected to the rest of Italy, France, Austria, Germany and Switzerland by high speed trains. For timetable and ticket purchase see http://www.trenitalia.com and https://www.italotreno.it.
    • By Air
      The airport in Parma is about 10 Km from Campus. It is linked to the railway station, the main hotels of Parma and downtown by the Aerobus, a bus service that offers a run for each departure or arrival flight. Parma can be reached from the following airports: Bologna (BLQ), Milano Linate (LIN), Milano Malpensa (MXP) e Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGY).

    Where to eat

    The Sede Centrale, is located near the town center, so there are many restaurants and cafeteria where you can have lunch.
    It is also possible to eat at the University Canteen "Ristorante Self-Service 'Grossardi'" which is located near the Conference venue, in Vicolo Grossardi, 4.


    Accommodation

    • Special Hotel Rates. The hotels listed below offer a special rate to academics visiting the University of Parma or taking part in a conference: Button, Savoy, Stendhal, Torino, Toscanini (click on the name of the hotel to be redirected to the relevant webpage). Participants in the conference are kindly requested to make a reservation directly with the hotel of their choice.
    • More Hotels in Parma. Click here to open an online booking website.

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