Marco Formentin

Marco graduated in Physics in 2004 and earned a doctorate in Mathematics in 2009 at the University of Padova. In 2017 he holds the position of Assistant Professor (RTDb) at the Department of Mathematics “Tullio Levi-Civita” of the University of Padova and at present, he is Associate Professor.

His primary research topic is the understanding of systems made up of a large number of interacting agents and possible applications in complex systems ranging from ecology to interactive human dynamics.

Recent interests are:

1) mechanisms for the emergence of collective periodic behavior;
2) mathematical ecology: in particular mechanisms that enhance biodiversity;
3) modeling and statistics for complex human dynamics.

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