Giulio Cimini

IMT School for Advanced Studies and Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi

Giulio Cimini is assistant professor in statistical physics at IMT Lucca. His research deals with network theory and its interdisciplinary applications, with particular focus on quantitative analysis and modeling of complex economic and financial systems, but he also works on developing algorithms for pattern detection and information filtering applied to social and biological networks. He co-authored more than 30 papers on international peer-reviewed journals.
Giulio holds a PhD in Physics from University of Fribourg.

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Network sensitivity of systemic risk

Here, we address the more general problem of how shock propagation dynamics depend on the topological details of the underlying network. To this end, we consider different realistic network topologies, all consistent with balance sheet information…

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