[01/21] The Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS) will take place in London in June 14-25, 2021. More info
[01/21] The paper The importance of non-pharmaceutical interventions during the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been posted on medrxiv!
[01/21] The paper Non-pharmaceutical interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic: a rapid review has been posted on the arxiv!
[11/20] The paper Self-Initiated behavioral changes and disease resurgence on activity-driven networks has been posted on the arxiv!
[10/20] The paper Estimating the effect of social inequalities in the mitigation of COVID-19 across communities in Santiago de Chile has been posted on medrxiv!
[09/20] The paper" Ethical implications of network data in business and management settings" has been accepted in Social Networks!
[09/20] The paper Collective response to the media coverage of COVID-19 pandemic on Reddit and Wikipedia has been accepted in the Journal of Medical Internet Research!
[08/20] The paper Estimating the establishment of local transmission and the cryptic phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA has been posted in medrxiv!
[05/20] The paper Towards a data-driven characterisation of behavioural changes induced by the seasonal flu has been published in PLoS Computational Biology!
[03/20] We developed a platform to monitor the current pandemic via traditional news media!
[03/20] The paper Phase transitions in information spreading on structured populations has been published in Nature Physics!
[04/19] The paper Modeling opinion dynamics in the age of algorithmic personalization has been accepted in Scientific Reports!
[01/19] I will be one of invited speakers at NetSci19!
[07/18] I have been promoted, effective on Sept. 1, to Associate Professor!
[06/18] I have joined the Editorial Board of PLoS ONE
[01/18] The paper Resilience management during large-scale epidemics has been accepted for publication in Scientific Reports!
[10/17] The paper "modelling users' activity on twitter: validation of Dunbar's number" is among the top 1% papers cited in PlosOne!