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Contact details
Dipartimento di Fisica, Building Fermi, 5th Floor, Room 509
Università di Roma
Piazzale Aldo Moro 2
00185 Roma, Italia
Telephone: 0039-06-49913451
francesca.tria at uniroma1.it

 

Brief profile

Francesca Tria is a researcher at the Physics Department of Sapienza University of Rome. She got her degree in physics at Sapienza University of Rome and her PhD in physics at the University of Naples Federico II. She spent two years as a post-doc at the ICTP Institute in Trieste before moving at the Institute for Scientific Interchange (ISI) in Turin. Starting from a background in statistical physics and complex systems, she explored different research realms where this expertise could be successfully applied. In particular, her research activity includes complex systems approaches to biologically related problems, such as evolutionary dynamics and phylogeny reconstruction, to social phenomena, such as language evolution, opinion dynamics and learning. In recent years she started to study problems related to innovation dynamics.

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Francesca Tria is a researcher at the Physics Department of Sapienza University of Rome. She got her degree in physics at Sapienza University of Rome and her PhD in physics at the University of Naples Federico II. She spent two years as a post-doc at the ICTP Institute in Trieste before moving at the Institute for Scientific Interchange (ISI) in Turin. Starting from a background in statistical physics and complex systems, she explored different research realms where this expertise could be successfully applied. In particular, her research activity includes complex systems approaches to biologically related problems, such as evolutionary dynamics and phylogeny reconstruction, to social phenomena, such as language evolution, opinion dynamics and learning. In recent years she started to study problems related to innovation dynamics.
A complete CV is available at: https://sites.google.com/site/sistemicomplessisapienza/home/docenti

Course Code Year Course - Attendance
PHYSICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS 10592568 2020/2021 Physics
PHYSICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS 1031521 2019/2020 Physics
PHYSICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS 1031521 2018/2019 Physics
PHYSICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS 1031521 2017/2018 Physics
PHYSICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS 1031521 2016/2017 Physics
Title Journal Year
Taylor's law in innovation processes ENTROPY 2020
Zipf's, Heaps' and Taylor's laws are determined by the expansion into the adjacent possible ENTROPY 2018
Data-compression approach to authorship attribution 2018
Search strategies of Wikipedia readers PLOS ONE 2017
Waves of novelties in the expansion into the adjacent possible PLOS ONE 2017
Maximum entropy models capture melodic styles SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2017
Exploring the evolution of pathogens organised in discrete antigenic clusters JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS: THEORY AND EXPERIMENT 2016
On the Emergence of Syntactic Structures: Quantifying and Modeling Duality of Patterning TOPICS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE 2016
The dynamics of innovation through the expansion in the adjacent possible IL NUOVO CIMENTO C 2016
The regularity game: Investigating linguistic rule dynamics in a population of interacting agents COGNITION 2016
Unveiling political opinion structures with a web-experiment 2016
Dynamics on Expanding Spaces: Modeling the Emergence of Novelties 2016
Modeling the emergence of contact languages PLOS ONE 2015
Participatory patterns in an international air quality monitoring initiative PLOS ONE 2015
Optimal learning paths in information networks SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2015
General three-state model with biased population replacement: Analytical solution and application to language dynamics PHYSICAL REVIEW E, STATISTICAL, NONLINEAR, AND SOFT MATTER PHYSICS 2015
The adoption of linguistic rules in native and non-native speakers: evidence from a Wug task JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE 2015