- Giuseppe Gonnella (BA)
Giancarlo Rossi (ROMA2)
12/10/15, 2:30 PM
In this talk, after a short introduction on the history of the discovery of unusually narrow, massive resonances, I will present a QCD interpretation of this new set of mesonic and baryonic hadrons as tetraquark and pentaquark states, respectively.
Prof. Luciano Pietronero (University of Rome Sapienza and Institute of Complex Systems, ISC-CNR)
12/10/15, 3:00 PM
Economic Complexity refers to a new line of research which portrays economic growth as a process of evolution of ecosystems of technologies and industrial capabilities. Complex systems analysis, simulation, systems science methods, and big data capabilities offer new opportunities to empirically map technology and capability ecosystems of countries, industrial sectors and companies, analyse...
Dr Maria d'Errico (SISSA)
12/10/15, 3:40 PM
The use of the right density estimates in the framework of density-based cluster analysis is one of the keys to reveal the properties of a given dataset. We developed a new unsupervised and adaptive density estimator , that is able to reconstruct the point local density in an accurate way, even in highly inhomogeneous datasets. By combining the new density estimator with a generalized...
Stefano Ruffo (FI)
12/10/15, 4:00 PM
Recently, there has been considerable interest in the study of spontaneous synchronization, particularly within the framework of the Kuramoto model. The model comprises oscillators with distributed natural frequencies interacting through a mean-field coupling, and serves as a paradigm to study synchronization. In this talk, I will describe the model from a different point of view, emphasizing...