What we do

Our Reports

Our reports

From march 2015, when the center started its activities, CC&B researchers have published 100 papers in international journals (including high impact journals such as 4 papers in PNAS, 1 in Nature Communications, 4 in Nano Letters and 3 in Phys. Rev. Lett., 1 Phys Rev X), 36 conference proceedings and 2 books. CC&B researchers delivered 94 invited talks Milano and contributed to the organization of 2 international summer schools and 12 other workshop/conferences. In addition, CC&B has organized four editions of its annual workshop and hosted 51 seminars by renowned international guests, 2 tutorial session and 5 journal clubs. The results and activities of CC&B were featured more than 120 times in the press and in other media. We provide below the detailed list of all these results and activities.

Publications

1. Alessandro Taloni, Elena Kardash, Oguz Umut Salman, Lev Truskinovsky, Stefano Zapperi, and Caterina A. M. La Porta,  
Volume Changes During Active Shape Fluctuations in Cells  
Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 208101 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.208101
 

2. Contini, A. and Tiana, G.,  
A many-body term improves the accuracy of effective potentials based on protein coevolutionary data  
The Journal of Chemical Physics, 143, 025103 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4926665


3. G. Tiana,
Effect of disorder on the contact probability of elongated conformations of biopolymers  
Physical Review E 92, 010702(R) (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.92.010702


4. Alessandro Luigi Sellerio, Alessandro Taloni, and Stefano Zapperi,
Fracture Size Effects in Nanoscale Materials: The Case of Graphene
Phys. Rev. Applied 4, 024011 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevApplied.4.024011


5. Y. J. Chen, Stefano Zapperi, and James P. Sethna,
Crossover behavior in interface depinning
Phys. Rev. E 92, 022146 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.92.022146


6. Z. Bertalan, Z. Budrikis, C. A. M. La Porta, S. Zapperi,
Navigation Strategies of Motor Proteins on Decorated Tracks  
PLoS ONE 10(8): e0136945 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0136945


7. A. Sanzeni, A. Celani, G. Tiana, M. Vergassola,
Theory of feedback controlled brain stimulations for Parkinson's disease
Physica A 441, 121 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2015.08.019


8. Valentina Coccè, Alessandro Vitale, Silvia Colombo, Arianna Bonomi, Emilio Ciusani, Loredana Cavicchini, Francesca Sisto, Giulio Alessandri, Eugenio Parati, Paolo Brambilla, Maura Brambilla, Caterina AM La Porta, Augusto Pessina,  
Human skin derived fibroblasts as trojan horse of drug delivery  
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology 41, 417 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1111/ced.12811


9. Zsolt Bertalan, Zoe Budrikis, Caterina A. M. La Porta, Stefano Zapperi,
Role of the Number of Microtubules in Chromosome Segregation during Cell Division
PLoS One, 10, e0141305 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0141305


10. Carlotta Negri, Alessandro L. Sellerio, Stefano Zapperi, M. Carmen Miguel,
Deformation and failure of curved colloidal crystal shell
PNAS, 47, 14545 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1518258112


11. Alessandro L. Sellerio, Emilio Ciusani, Noa Bossel Ben-Moshe, Stefania Coco, Andrea Piccinini, Christopher R. Myers,  James P. Sethna, Costanza Giampietro, Stefano Zapperi & Caterina A. M. La Porta,
Overshoot during phenotypic switching of cancer cell populations  
Scientific Report, 5, 15464 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1038/srep15464


12. Alessandro Taloni , Yasmine Meroz, Adrian Huerta,
Collisional statistics and dynamics of two-dimensional hard-disk systems: From fluid to solid
Phys. Rev. E 92, 2, 022131 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.92.022131


13. Alessandro Taloni, Martine Ben Amar, Stefano Zapperi and Caterina A.M. La Porta,
The role of pressure in cancer growth
EPJ Plus, 130 11 224 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/i2015-15224-0


14. Zoe Budrikis and Stefano Zapperi,
Temperature-Dependent Adhesion of Graphene Suspended on a Trench  
Nano Lett., 16 (1), pp 387-391 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.5b03958


15. Riccardo Capelli, Francois Villemot, Elisabetta Moroni, Guido Tiana, Arjan van der Vaart, and Giorgio Colombo,  
Assessment of Mutational Effects on Peptide Stability through Confinement Simulations
J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2016, 7 (1), pp 126-130
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpclett.5b02221


16. A. Sanzeni, V. Balasubramanian, G. Tiana and M. Vergassola,
Complete coverage of space favors modularity of the grid system in the brain
Phys. Rev. E 94, 062409 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.062409


17. J. Marangon, M. S. Christodoulou, F. Casagrande, G. Tiana, L. Dalla Via, A. Aliverti, D. Passarella, G. Cappelletti, S. Ricagno,
Tools for the rational design of bivalent microtubule-targeting drugs
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 479, 48 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbrc.2016.09.022


18. Y. Zhan, L. Giorgetti, G. Tiana,
Looping probability of random heteropolymers helps to understand the scaling properties of biopolymers  
Phys. Rev. E 94, 032402 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.032402


19. F. Vasile, M. Civera, L. Belvisi, D. Potenza, G. Tiana,
Thermodynamically-Weighted Conformational Ensemble of Cyclic RGD Peptidomimetics From NOE Data  
J. Phys. Chem. B 120, 7098 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcb.6b04941


20. G. Tiana, A. Amitai, T. Pollex, T. Piolot, D. Holcman, E. Heard, L. Giorgetti,
Structural fluctuations of the chromatin fiber within topological associating domains
Biophys. J. 110, 1234 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bpj.2016.02.003


21. Paolo Boldi and Sebastiano Vigna,
Efficient optimally lazy algorithms for minimal-interval semantics
Theoretical Computer Science, 648:8-25, (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tcs.2016.07.036


22. Robert Meusel, Sebastiano Vigna, Oliver Lehmberg, and Christian Bizer,
The graph structure in the web-Analyzed on different aggregation levels
The Journal of Web Science, 1(1):33-47, (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1561/106.00000003


23. Sebastiano Vigna,
An experimental exploration of Marsaglia's xorshift generators, scrambled
ACM Trans. Math. Software, 42(4), (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1145/2845077


24. Young Ho Eom, Pablo Aragón, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Sebastiano Vigna, and Dima L. Shepelyansky,
Interactions of cultures and top people of Wikipedia from ranking of 24 language editions
PLoS ONE, 10(3), (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0114825


25. Paolo Boldi, Irene Crimaldi, Corrado Monti,
A network model characterized by a latent attribute structure with competition
Inf. Sci.354: 236-256, (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ins.2016.02.057


26. C. A.M. La Porta, S. Zapperi,
Biophysical processes in fibrosis  
Physics of Life Reviews 17, 103 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2016.04.007


27. Giulio Costantini, Zoe Budrikis, Alessandro Taloni, Alexander K. Buell, Stefano Zapperi, and Caterina A. M. La Porta,
Fluctuations in Protein Aggregation: Design of Preclinical Screening for Early Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Disease
Phys. Rev. Applied 6, 034012 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevApplied.6.034012


28. O. Chepizhko, C. Giampietro, E. Mastrapasqua, M. Nourazar, M. Ascagni, M. Sugni, U. Fascio, L. Leggio, C. Malinverno, G. Scita, S. Santucci, M. J. Alava, S. Zapperi, C. A. M. La Porta,
Bursts of activity in collective cell migration
PNAS 113, 11408 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1600503113


29. A. Lehtinen, G. Costantini, M. J. Alava, S. Zapperi, and L. Laurson,
Glassy features of crystal plasticity
Phys. Rev. B 94, 064101 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.94.064101


30. M. Ovaska, Z. Bertalan, A. Miksic, M. Sugni, C. Di Benedetto, C. Ferrario, L. Leggio, L. Guidetti, M. J. Alava, C. A. M. La Porta, S. Zapperi,
Deformation and fracture of echinoderm collagen networks
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 65, 42 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmbbm.2016.07.035


31. Ben Khadra Y., Sugni M., Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Varela Coelho A., Martinez P., Candia Carnevali M. D.,
An integrated view of asteroid regeneration: tissues, cells and molecules
[Review] Cell and Tissue Research 370, 13 (2017)  
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00441-017-2589-9

32. Czarkwiani A., Dylus D.V., Ferrario C., Sugni M., Oliveri P.,
Skeletal regeneration in the brittle star Amphiura filiformis
Frontiers in zoology, 22;13-18 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1186/s12983-016-0149-x


33. Ferrario C., Leggio L., Leone R., Di Benedetto C., Cocc è V., Ascagni M., Bonasoro F., La Porta C. A. M., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M.,
Marine-derived collagen biomaterials from echinoderm connective tissues  
Marine Environmental Research, 128, 46 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.03.007


34. Mercurio S. and Sugni M.,
Comparing in vivo and in vitro approaches in the study of the hormonal regulation of sea urchin reproduction
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of UK, 96 (6), 1363-1372 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025315415002088


35. Ben Khadra Y. Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M.,
Regrowth, morphogenesis and differentiation during starfish arm regeneration
Wound repair and regeneration, 23(4), pp.623-634 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1111/wrr.12336


36. Ben Khadra Y. Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M.,
Wound repair during arm regeneration in the red starfish Echinaster sepositus
Wound repair and regeneration, 23(4), pp.611-622 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1111/wrr.12333


37. Mercurio S., Fernandes D., Tremolada P. and Sugni M.,
Unraveling estradiol metabolism and involvement in the reproductive cycle of non-vertebrate animals: the sea urchin model
Steroids, 104:25-36 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.steroids.2015.08.008


38. Wilkie I.C., Fassini D., Cullor à E., Barbaglio A., Tricarico S., Sugni M., Del Giacco L., Candia Carnevali M. D.,
Mechanical  properties of the compass depressors of the sea-urchin Paracentrotus lividus (Echinodermata, Echinoidea) and the effects of enzymes, neurotransmitters and synthetic tensilin-like protein
PlosOne, 10 (3), n. e0120339 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0120339


39. Barbaglio A., S. Tricarico, A. Ribeiro, C. Di Benedetto, M. Barbato, D. Dessì, V. Fugnanesi, S. Magni, F. Mosca, M. Sugni,  F. Bonasoro, I. C. Wilkie, M. Barbosa, M. D. Candia Carnevali,
Ultrastructural and biochemical characterization of  mechanically adaptable collagenous structures in the edible sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus
Zoology, 118, 147-160 (2015)  
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.zool.2014.10.003

40. P. Boldi, A. Luongo, and S. Vigna,
Rank monotonicity in centrality measures
Network Science (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1017/nws.2017.21


41. P. Boldi and S. Vigna,
On the lattice of antichains of finite intervals
Order (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11083-016-9418-8


42. S. Vigna,
Spectral ranking
Network Science, 4(4):433-445 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1017/nws.2016.21


43. S. Vigna,
Further scramblings of Marsaglia's xorshift generators
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 315:175-181, (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cam.2016.11.006


44. R. Blanco, P. Boldi, Andrea Marino,
Using graph distances for named-entity linking
Sci. Comput. Program. 130: 24-36 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scico.2015.10.013


45. F. Cola, F. Marchetti and G. Tiana,
How likely are oscillations in a genetic feedback loop with delay?
Europ. Phys. J. E 40, 74 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1140/epje/i2017-11563-y


46. S. A. Ghadami, F. Bemporad, B. M. Sala, G. Tiana, S. Ricagno and F. Chiti,
FRET studies of the conformational states adopted  by transthyretin for amyloid fibrl formation
Cell. Mol. Life Sci.74, 3577 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00018-017-2533-x


47. R. Meloni and G. Tiana,
Thermodynamic and Structural Effect of Urea and Guanidine Chloride on the Helical and on a Hairpin fragment of GB1 from Molecular Simulations
Proteins 85, 753 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1002/prot.25255


48. H. I. Rösner, M. Caldarini, A. Prestel, M. A. Vanoni, R. A. Broglia, A. Aliverti, G. Tiana and B. B. Kragelund,
Cold denaturation of  the HIV-1 protease monomer
Biochemistry 56, 1029 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.biochem.6b01141


49. Y. Zhan, L. Mariani, I. Barozzi, E. G. Shultz, N. Bluthgen, M. Stadler, G. Tiana and L. Giorgetti,
Reciprocal insulation analysis  of Hi-C data shows that TADs represent a functionally but not structurally privileged scale in the hierarchical folding of   chromosomes
Genome Res. 27, 479 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1101/gr.212803.116  


50. Y. Zhan, L. Giorgetti and G. Tiana,
Modelling Genome-wide Topological Associating Domains of Mouse Embryonic  Stem Cells
Chromosome Res. 25, 5 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10577-016-9544-6


51. R. Capelli, F. Marchetti, G. Tiana and G. Colombo,
SAGE: a Fast Computational Tool for Linear Epitope Grafting onto a  Foreign Protein Scaffold
J. Chem. Inf. Model. 57, 6-10 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jcim.6b00584


52. R. Meloni, C. Camilloni and G. Tiana,
Properties of low-dimensional collective variables in the molecular dynamics of biopolymers
Phys. Rev. E 94, 052406 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.052406


53. A. Sanzeni, V. Balasubramanian, G. Tiana and M. Vergassola,
Complete coverage of space favors modularity of the grid  system in the brain
Phys. Rev. E 94, 062409 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.062409


54. A. Ghosh, Z. Budrikis, V. Chikkadi, A. L. Sellerio, S. Zapperi, and P. Schall,
Direct Observation of Percolation in the Yielding Transition of Colloidal Glasses
Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 148001 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.148001


55. C. Giampietro, M. C. Lionetti, G. Costantini, F. Mutti, S. Zapperi & C. A. M. La Porta,
Cholesterol impairment contributes to neuroserpin aggregation
Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 43669 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1038/srep43669


56. P. K. Jana, M. J. Alava and S. Zapperi,
Irreversible behaviour of colloidal polycrystals following cyclic deformation
Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 45550 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1038/srep45550


57. Bertalan Z, Zapperi S, La Porta C. A.,
Modeling mechanical control of spindle orientation of intestinal crypt stem cells
Journal of Theoretical Biology. 2017 Oct 7;430:103-8
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2017.07.012


58. Font-Clos F., Zapperi S., La Porta C. A.,
Integrative analysis of pathway deregulation in obesity
NPJ Systems Biology and Applications. 3, 18 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41540-017-0018-z


59. Taloni A., Font-Clos F., Guidetti L., Milan S., Ascagni M., Vasco C., Pasini M. E., Gioria M.R., Ciusani E., Zapperi S., La Porta C.A.,  
Probing spermiogenesis: a digital strategy for mouse acrosome classification
Scientific Reports. 2017;7
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-03867-7


60. Della Torre C., Parolini M., Del Giacco L., Ghilardi A., Ascagni M., Santo N., Maggioni D., Magni S., Madaschi L., Prosperi L., La Porta C.,
Adsorption of B (α) P on carbon nanopowder affects accumulation and toxicity in zebrafish (Danio rerio)  embryos
Environmental Science: Nano. 2017;4(5):1132-46
https://doi.org/10.1039/C7EN00154A


61. C. A.M. La Porta, S. Zapperi,
Complexity in cancer stem cells and tumor evolution: Toward precision medicine
In Seminars  in Cancer Biology, Volume 44, 2017, Pages 3-9
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.semcancer.2017.02.007


62. Budrikis Z., Castellanos D. F., Sandfeld S., Zaiser M., Zapperi S.,
Universal features of amorphous plasticity
Nature Communications. 8 15928 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms15928


63. James P. Sethna, Matthew K. Bierbaum, Karin A. Dahmen, Carl P. Goodrich, Julia R. Greer, Lorien X. Hayden,  Jaron P. Kent-Dobias, Edward D. Lee, Danilo B. Liarte, Xiaoyue Ni, Katherine N. Quinn, Archishman Raju, D. Zeb Rocklin,  Ashivni Shekhawat, Stefano Zapperi,
Deformation of Crystals: Connections with Statistical Physics
Annual Review of  Materials Research 2017 47:1, 217-246
https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-matsci-070115-032036


64. R. Guerra, I. Leven, A Vanossi, O Hod, E. Tosatti,
Smallest Archimedean Screw: Facet Dynamics and Friction in Multiwalled Nanotubes
Nano Letters 17 (9), 5321-5328 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b01718


65. E Panizon, R Guerra, E Tosatti,
Ballistic thermophoresis of adsorbates on free-standing graphene
Proceedings of the  National Academy of Sciences 114 (34), E7035-E7044 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1708098114


66. J. Blass, M Albrecht, G. Wenz, R. Guerra, M. Urbakh, R. Bennewitz,
Multivalent Adhesion and Friction Dynamics Depend on Attachment Flexibility
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (29), 15888-15896 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b05412


67. R. Guerra, M. van Wijk, A Vanossi, A. Fasolino, E. Tosatti,
Graphene on h-BN: to align or not to align?
Nanoscale 9, 8799-8804 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1039/C7NR02352A


68. Schumer, R., A. Taloni, and D. J. Furbish,
Theory connecting nonlocal sediment transport, earth surface roughness, and the Sadler effect
Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, 2281-2289 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GL072134


69. A. Taloni,
From the Underdamped Generalized Elastic Model to the Single Particle Langevin Description
Mathematics 5 (1), 3 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.3390/math5010003


70. A. Taloni, O. Flomenbom, R. Casta-eda-Priego, F. Marchesoni,
Single file dynamics in soft materials
Soft matter 13 (6), 1096-1106 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1039/C6SM02570F


71. G. Tiana and L. Giorgetti
Integrating experiment, theory and simulation to determine the structure and dynamics of mammalian chromosomes
Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol. 49 , 11 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbi.2017.10.016


72. L. Gigli, N. Manini, A. Benassi, E. Tosatti, A. Vanossi and R. Guerra
Graphene nanoribbons on gold: understanding superlubricity and edge effects 2D Mater
4 045003 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1583/aa7fdf


73. L. Gigli, N. Manini, A E. Tosatti, R. Guerra, A. Vanossi
Lifted graphene nanoribbons on gold: from smooth sliding to multiple stick-slip regimes
Nanoscale 10, 2073-2080 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1039/C7NR07857A


74. S. Bonfanti, A. Taloni, C. Negri, A. Sellerio, N. Manini, S. Zapperi
Atomic scale front propagation at the onset of frictional sliding
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 8, 5438-5443 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpclett.7b02414


75. M. Ovaska, A. Lehtinen, M. J. Alava, L. Laurson and S. Zapperi
Excitation Spectra in Crystal Plasticity
Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 265501 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.265501


76. A Binelli, L. Del Giacco, N. Santo, L. Bini, S. Magni, M. Parolini, L. Madaschi, A. Ghilardi, D. Maggioni, M. Ascagni, A. Armini, Alessandro, L. Prosperi, C. Landi, C.A.M. La Porta, C. Della Torre
Carbon Nanopowder Acts As A Trojan-Horse For Benzo(α) Pyrene In Danio Renio Embryos Nanotoxicology
11, 371-381 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1080/17435390.2017.1306130


77. M. R. Fumagalli, S. Zapperi and C. A. M. La Porta
Regeneration in distantly related species: common strategies and pathways
NPJ Syst Biol Appl. 2018 Jan 11; 4:5
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41540-017-0042-z


78. Cinzia Ferrario, Yousra Ben Khadra, Anna Czarkwiani, Anne Zakrzewski, Pedro Martinez, Graziano Colombo, Francesco Bonasoro, Maria Daniela Candia Carnevali, Paola Oliveri, Michela Sugni
Fundamental aspects of arm repair phase in two echinoderm models
Developmental Biology 433, 297-309 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ydbio.2017.09.035


79. Silvia Messinetti, Silvia Mercurio, Marco Parolini, Michela Sugni, Roberta Pennati
Effects of polystyrene microplastics on early stages of two marine invertebrates with different feeding strategies
Environmental Pollution, in press (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.11.030


80. Paolo Boldi, Marco Frasca and Dario Malchiodi
Evaluating the Impact of Topological Protein Features on the Negative Examples Selection
BMC Bioinformatics Journal, Springer Nature, (2018)

81. Paolo Boldi, Andrea Marino, Massimo Santini, and Sebastiano Vigna
BUbiNG: Massive crawling for the masses
ACM Trans. Web, ACM press (2018)

82. O. Chepizhko, M. C. Lionetti, C. Malinverno, C. Giampietro, G. Scita, S. Zapperi and C. A. M. La Porta.
From jamming to collective cell migration through a boundary induced transition.
Soft matter. 2018 May 1; 14:3774.
https://doi.org/10.1039/C8SM00128F


83. Y. Zhang, M. Heiranian, B. Janicek, Z. Budrikis, S. Zapperi, P. Y. Huang, H. T. Johnson, N. R. Aluru, J. W. Lyding and N. Mason
Strain Modulation of Graphene by Nanoscale Substrate Curvatures: A Molecular View
2018 NanoLett. 2018 Feb 23; 18:2098.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.8b00273


84. F. Font-Clos, S. Zapperi and C. A. M. La Porta
Gene expression signature of obesity in monozygotic twins
Physiol. Meas. 2018 Apr 26; 39:044008.
https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6579/aab85a


85. F Font-Clos, S Zapperi, CAM La Porta
Topography of epithelial–mesenchymal plasticity
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (23), 5902-5907
https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1722609115


86. S. Bonfanti, E. E. Ferrero, A. L. Sellerio, R. Guerra, S. Zapperi S.
Damage Accumulation in Silica Glass Nanofibers
Nano Lett. 2018 Jul 11; 18:4100.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.8b00469


87. M. R. Fumagalli, S. Zapperi and C. A. M. La Porta
Impact of the cross-talk between circular and messenger RNAs on cell regulation
J. Theor. Biol. 2018 June 30; 454:386.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2018.06.024


88. C. A. M. La Porta and S.Zapperi
Explaining the dynamics of tumor aggressiveness: At the crossroads between biology, artificial intelligence and complex systems
Seminars in Cancer Biology 2018 July 11.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.semcancer.2018.07.003


89. A. Taloni, M. Vodret, G. Costantini and S. Zapperi
Size effects on the fracture of microscale and nanoscale materials
Nat. Rev. Materials, 2018 July 4; 3:211.
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41578-018-0029-4


90. A. Binelli, S. Magni, C. A. M. La Porta, L. Bini, C. Della Torre, M. Ascagni, D. Maggioni, A. Ghilardi, A. Armini, C. Landi, N. Santo, L. Madaschi, V. Coccè, F. Mutti, M. C. Lionetti, E. Ciusani, L. Del Giacco
Cellular pathways affected by carbon nanopowder-benzo(α)pyrene complex in human skin fibroblasts identified by proteomics
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2018 May 26;160:144.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2018.05.027


91. C. Della Torre, D. Maggioni, A. Ghilardi, M. Parolini, N. Santo, C. Landi, L. Madaschi, S. Magni, S. Tasselli, M. Ascagni, L. Bini, C. A. M. La Porta, L. Del Giacco, A. Binelli
The interactions of fullerene C60 and Benzo(α)pyrene influence their bioavailability and toxicity to zebrafish embryos
Environ Pollut. 2018 Jun 18;241:999.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2018.06.042


92. F. Vasile, M. Padigada, A. Siccardi, D. Potenza, G. Tiana
A combined NMR-computational study of the interaction between influenza-virus Hemagglutinin and sialic derivatives from human and avian receptors on the surface of transfected cells
Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19, 1267 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms19051267


93. M. Negri, M. Gherardi, G. Tiana, M. C. Lagomarsino
Spontaneous domain formation in disordered copolymers as a mechanism for chromosome structuring
Soft Matter 14, 6128 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1039/C8SM00468D


94. R. Capelli, G. Tiana and C. Camilloni
An implementation of the maximum-caliber principle by replica-averaged time-resolved restrained simulations
J. Chem. Phys. 148, 184114 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5030339


95. G. Tiana and L. Giorgetti
Integrating experiment, theory and simulation to determine the structure and dynamics of mammalian chromosomes
Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol. 49, 11 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbi.2017.10.016


96. T Brazda, A Silva, N Manini, A Vanossi, R Guerra, E Tosatti, C Bechinger
Experimental Observation of the Aubry Transition in Two-Dimensional Colloidal Monolayers
Physical Review X 8 (1), 011050 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevX.8.011050


97. Messinetti S., Mercurio S., Parolini M., Sugni M.
Pennati R. Effects of polystyrene microplastics on early stages of two marine invertebrates with different feeding strategies
(2018) Environmental Pollution. 237, 1080-1087
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.11.030


98. Ben Khadra Y, Sugni M, Ferrario C, Bonasoro F, Oliveri P, Martinez P, Candia Carnevali MD
(2018) Regeneration in stellate echinoderms: Crinoidea, Asteroidea, and Ophiuroidea
Results Probl Cell Differ. 65:285-320.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92486-1_14


99. Ferrario C., Ben Khadra Y., Czarkwiani A., Zakrzewski A., Martinez P, Colombo G, Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M.D., Oliveri P., Sugni M.
Fundamental aspects of arm repair phase in two echinoderm models
(2018) Developmental Biology, 433(2):297-309
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ydbio.2017.09.035


100. Ben Khadra Y, Sugni M, Ferrario C, Bonasoro F, Varela Coelho A, Martinez P, Candia Carnevali M D
An integrated view of asteroid regeneration: tissues, cells and molecules
(2017) Cell and Tissue Research, 370 (1); 13–28
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00441-017-2589-9


Conference proceedings/presentations

1. Cinzia Ferrario, Roberta Leone, Silvia Colombo, Cristiano Di Benedetto, Livio Leggio,Valentina Cocc è, Francesco Bonasoro,  M. Daniela Candia Carnevali, Caterina La Porta, Michela Sugni
Human fibroblast behavior on echinoderm-derived fibrillar collagen substrates
15th International Echinoderm Conference Playa del Carmen Mexico, 25-29 May 2015

2. Michela Sugni, Cinzia Ferrario,Livio Leggio, Cristiano Di Benedetto, Roberta Leone, Silvia Colombo,Valentina Cocc è, Miriam  Ascagni, Francesco Bonasoro, Caterina La Porta, Maria Daniela Candia Carnevali
Biotechnological applications of echinoderm mutable collagenous tissues
76° National Congress UZI (Unione Zoologica Italiana) Viterbo, September 15-18, 2015

3. Caterina La Porta,
Volume fluctuations during bleb formation in zebrafish primordial germ cells
EMBO Meeting 2015 Birmingham on 5-8 September, 2015

4. Marco Genuzio, Giuseppe Ottaviano, and Sebastiano Vigna,
Fast scalable construction of (minimal perfect hash) functions
In Experimental Algorithms: 15th International Symposium, SEA 2016, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 5-8, 2016, Proceedings, number 9685 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 339-352. Springer, 2016

5. Jimmy Lin, Matt Crane, Andrew Trotman, Jamie Callan, Ishan Chattopadhyaya, John Foley, Grant Ingersoll, Craig Macdonald, and Sebastiano Vigna,
Toward reproducible baselines: The open-source IR reproducibility challenge
In Advances in Information Retrieval: 38th European Conference on IR Research, ECIR 2016, pages 408-420. Springer, 2016

6. Sebastiano Vigna,
A weighted correlation index for rankings with ties
In Proceedings of the 24th international conference on World Wide Web, 1166-1176. ACM, 2015

7. Paolo Boldi, Corrado Monti,
LlamaFur: learning latent category matrix to find unexpected relations in Wikipedia
WebSci 2016, pages 218-222. ACM, 2016

8. Michele Trevisiol, Luca Maria Aiello, Paolo Boldi, Roi Blanco,
Local Ranking Problem on the BrowseGraph
SIGIR 2015, pages 173-182. ACM, 2015

9. Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates, Paolo Boldi, Flavio Chierichetti,
Essential Web Pages Are Easy to Find
In Proceedings of the 24th international conference on World Wide Web, pages 97-107. ACM, 2015

10. Paolo Boldi, Corrado Monti,
Cleansing Wikipedia Categories using Centrality
WWW (Companion Volume) 2016: 969-974

11. Paolo Boldi,
Minimal and Monotone Minimal Perfect Hash Functions
Volume 9234 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 3-17, Springer, 2015

12. Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda, Paolo Boldi,
The Ethics of Doing Web Science Research: Panel Abstract
WebSci 2017

13. Sebastiano Vigna,
Rank Monotonicity in Centrality Measures
NetSCI-X 2017, Tel Aviv, January 2017

14. Guatelli S., Daviddi A., Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Varela Coelho A. and Sugni M.,
The coelomic  epithelium and coelomocytes of the starfish Marthasterias glacialis (LINNEUS, 1758) in non-regenerating arm-tip:  microscopic anatomy and proteomics characterization
LXXVIII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana, Torino, 18-23 settembre 2017

15. Ferrario C., Ben Khadra Y., Czarkwiani A., Zakrzewski A., Ascagni M., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Oliveri P. and  Sugni M.,
Exploring echinoderm repair events after arm injury
LXXVIII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana, Torino, 18-23 settembre 2017

16. Rusconi F., Ferrario C., Martinello T., Gomiero C., Bonasoro F., Ferro F., Vindigni V., Candia Carnevali M. D., Patruno M.,  Sugni M.,
New Frontiers In Applied Zoology: Innovative 3d Marine-Derived Collagen Scaffolds For Regenerative Medicine
LXXVIII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana, Torino, 18-23 settembre 2017

17. Cambiaghi B., Dylus D., Sugni M., Oliveri P.,
Skeletogenesis in the brittlestar Amphiura filiformis and in the feather star  Antedon mediterranea embryos and larvae
UK Evo Devo Symposium, London, 8 settembre 2017

18. Piovani L., Czarkwiani A., Dylus D., Cambiaghi B., Ferrario C., Sugni M., Oliveri P.,
Re-building the skeleton in the arm of the  brittle star Amphiura filiformis
UK Evo Devo Symposium, London, 8 settembre 2017

19. Ferrario C., Ben Khadra Y, Czarkwiani A., Zakrzewski A., Ascagni M., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Oliveri P. and  Sugni M.,
New insights into the repair phase of echinoderm arm regeneration
63° Convegno del Gruppo Embriologico  Italiano, 12-15 giugno 2017, Roma

20. Ferrario C., Czarkwiani A., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M. and Oliveri P.,
Extracellular matrix gene expression patterns in  amphiura filiformis arm regeneration
9th European Conference on Echinoderm, 17-19 september 2016, Sopot, Poland  

21. Sugni M., Ferrario C., Ben Khadra Y., Daviddi A., Bonasoro F., and Candia Carnevali M. D.,
Cell and tissue patterning in  starfish arm regeneration: a microscopic overview
EMBO Conference on the molecular and cellular basis of regeneration, 17-21 settembre 2016 Paestum  

22. Candia Carnevali M. D., Ferrario C., Ben Khadra Y., Bonasoro F.,  and Sugni M.,
Re-exploring epimorphosis vs morphallaxis in  echinoderm regeneration
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

23. Daviddi A., Guatelli S., Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Varela Coehlo A., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M.,
Arm-tip regeneration in  the starfish Marthasterias glacialis: an integrated approach
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana,  Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

24. Aleotti A., Elphick M. R., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M.   Semmens D. C., Odekunle E. A., Cai W., Wademan R., Egertová, M.,  Ferrario C., Bonasoro F.,
Nervous system and arm regeneration in crinoids
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione  Zoologica Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

25. Piovani L., Ferrario C., Czarkwiani A., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M. D., Oliveri P., Sugni M.,
An integrated view on the  regeneration of the different skeletal elements in the arm of Amphiura filiformis
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione  Zoologica Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

26. Ferrario C., Czarkwiani A., Ben Khadra Y., Bonasoro F.,   Candia Carnevali M. D., Oliveri P. and Sugni M.,
A microscopic and  molecular overview of collagen during echinoderm arm regeneration
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica  Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

27. Ferrario C., Czarkwiani A., Candia Carnevali M. D., Sugni M. and Oliveri P.,
Expression pattern of extracellular matrix genes  during arm regeneration in the brittle star Amphiura filiformis (O.F. Müller, 1776)
LXXVII Congresso Nazionale dell'Unione  Zoologica Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

28. Sugni M., Mercurio S., Colombo A., Gianpietro C., Quartapelle Procopio E., Ascagni M., Candia Carnevali M. D.,  Panigati M., Pennati R.,
Discovering the lost estrogen receptor in invertebrate deuterostomes
LXXVII Congresso  Nazionale dell'Unione Zoologica Italiana, Milano, 29 agosto-3 settembre 2016

29. Marco Genuzio and Sebastiano Vigna
Engineering compressed static functions
In 2018 Data Compression Conference, pages 52−61. IEEE, 2018.

30. Paolo Boldi and Sebastiano Vigna
Kings, name days, lazy servants and magic
In Hiro Ito, Stefano Leonardi, Linda Pagli, and Giuseppe Prencipe, editors, 9th International Conference on Fun with Algorithms (FUN 2018), volume 100 of Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs), pages 10:1−10:13, Dagstuhl, Germany, 2018. Schloss Dagstuhl−Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik

31. Mercurio S., Sugni M., Gattoni G. Messinetti S. and Pennati R
Morphological and molecular characterization of crinoid nervous system in different developmental stages
7th meeting of the European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology (2018)

32. Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M.D., Sugni M.
Mechanisms of cell recruitment in echinoderm regeneration: pluripotent versus dedifferentiated cells
COST Action Meeting MARISTEM, Piran February 2018

33. Ferrario C., Rusconi F., Martinello T., Gomiero C., Bonasoro F., Ferro S., Vindigni V., Candia Carnevali M.D., Patruno M., Sugni M.
Production and characterization of three-dimensional marine collagen scaffolds for regenerative medicine
COST Action Meeting MARISTEM, Piran, February 2018

34. Mercurio S., Gattoni G., Pennati R., Sugni M.
Oral communication: Nervous system characterization and microRNA expression during crinoid development
5th London Echinoderm Network, Oxford

35. Ferrario C., Bonasoro F., Candia Carnevali M.D., Sugni M.
The regenerative potential of starfish arm explants
Regeneration Conference, Milan, November 2017

Books

1. C. A. M. La Porta and S. Zapperi,
The Physics of Cancer
Cambridge University Press, 2017

G. Tiana and L. Giorgetti,
Modelling the 3D conformations of genomes
Series in Computational Biopysics, Taylor and Francis Books, Inc. ISBN 9781138500792 (later 2018)

CC&B Workshops

1. First CC&B Workshop,
University of Milan, 21 September 2015

2. Second CC&B Workshop,
University of Milan, 5 October 2016

3. Third CC&B Workshop,
University of Milan, 9 October 2017

4. Fourth CC&B Workshop,
University of Milan, 2 October 2018

Conferences/Workshops/Schools organization

1. Advances in Complex Systems,
Como Lake School of Advanced Studies, Como Italy, 29 June-3 July 2015
(C. La Porta, S. Zapperi Directors)

2. CCS’15,  
Tempe, Arizona (USA) 28 September 2015-2 October 2015  
(S. Zapperi Chair of the steering committee)

3. Italian Information Retrieval Workshop (IIR),
May, 25-26 Cagliari, Italy  
(Boldi P. co-chairman)

4. FISMAT15,
Palermo 28 September-2 October 2015  
(G. Tiana chairman parallel section)

5. 4th Workshop Physics of biomolecules: structure, dynamics and function,
Bressanone, 3-6 February 2016  
(G. Tiana co-organizer)

6. 24th international conference on World Wide Web, “Social Networks and Graph Analysis” track,  
(Sebastiano Vigna, program co-chair)

7. CCS’16,
Amsterdam 19-22 September 2016
(S. Zapperi Chair of the steering committee)

8. Workshop on Statistical Physics of Materials,
Satellite meeting of the Statphys26 conference in Aussois, France on 29 June-1 July, 2016
(S. Zapperi, organizer)

9. Second school in Advances in Complex Systems,
Como Lake School of Advanced Studies, Como Italy, 3-7 July 2017  
(C. La Porta, S. Zapperi Directors)

10. CCS’17,  
Cancun, Mexico, 19-23 September 2017
(S. Zapperi Chair of the steering committee)

11. ACM WebScience 2017,
Troy NY, USA, June 26-28, 2017
(P. Boldi: Program co-chair)

12. IQIS2017,  
Conference in Florence, 13 September 2017
(G. Tiana: Co-organizer of the Q-Tech Panel)

13. 5 th Workshop "Physics of biomolecules: structure, dynamics and function”,  
Bressanone, 7-10 February 2018
(G. Tiana co-organizer)

14. SRITP Workshop on Physicists working on Cancer,  
Weizmenn Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, 1-12 July 2018
(C. La Porta and S. Zapperi co-organizers)

Talks by CC&B members

1. P. Boldi,
MaxCover and Essential Web Pages
ISI, 19 January 2016, Turin

2. P. Boldi,
(Monotone) Minimal Perfect Hash Functions
25 August 2015.  40th International Symposium on Mathematical  Foundations of Computer ScienceMilan, Italy

3. P. Boldi,
Large-scale Network Analytics: Diffusion-based Computation of Distances and Geometric Centralities
18 May 2015. BIG 2015: BigData Innovators Gathering. Florence, Italy

4. P. Boldi,
Sei Gradi Di Separazione: dall’Esperimento di Milgram a Facebook
21 April 2016. Lezioni Lincee di Scienze  Informatiche. Palermo, Italy

5. P. Boldi,
Large-Scale Data Analytics: Diffusion-Based Computation of Distances and Geometric Centralities
15 June 2015.  Google NY, New York, USA

6. P. Boldi,
MaxCover and Essential Web Pages
20 April 2016. Dipartimento di Matematica, Universit à di Palermo, Italy

7. P. Boldi,
Link Analysis, ranking, centralities, and large graphs
International school on mathematics "Guido Stampacchia",  Graph Theory, Algorithms and Applications 4th Edition. Erice, maggio 2017

8. P. Boldi,
Feature-Rich Networks: Models and Applications
IIR 2017. Lugano, giugno 2017

9. P. Boldi,
Feeding the Beast: Hands-On Tutorial on a Suite of Tools for Extracting Network Features Efficiently
WAL-E 2017,  Workshop on Approximating and Learning Efficiently. Rocca Sinibalda, settembre 2017

10. C. La Porta,
Colloquium at University of Liverpool: Cancer stem cells in melanoma, a complex problem
18 November 2015

11. C. La Porta,
Seminar at University of Montpellier: Volume Fluctuation during blebbing in zebrafish primordial germ cells
8 June 2015

12. C. La Porta,
Summer school on Advances in Complex System, Volume fluctuations in active cell deformation
2-07-2015 Como

13. C. La Porta,
Population dynamics of Cancer Stem Cells: Physics of Cancer  
Bristol 19-20 May 2015, Physics of Cancer 2015

14. C. La Porta,
Nordita Workshop Statistical mechanics of forms and shapes, Volume Fluctuations in active cell deformations  
27-30 May 2015 Marienhamn, Aland, Finland

15. C. La Porta,
EMBO meeting, Volume fluctuations during bleb formation in zebrafish primordial germ cells  
6 September 2015, Birmingham, UK

16. C. La Porta,
Conference in Complex Systems CCS’15: Cancer Stem cells in melanoma: a complex problem
28 September-2 October Tempe Arizona

17. C. La Porta,
APS meeting 2016 Session A35: Active Matter: Collective Phenomena in Living Systems:  Volume change during active cell fluctuation
Baltimore USA

18. C. La Porta,
Bristol Center of Complexity Sciences (CSS) University of Bristol: Cancer Stem cells in melanoma:  a complex problem
26 April 2016  

19. C. La Porta,
School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Cancer stem cells and melanoma:  a complex problem  
3 August 2016

20. C. La Porta,
Cornell University, Ithaca, Cancer Stem cells and melanoma: a complex problem
USA  11 August, 12.20pm  

21. C. La Porta,
Cancer Stem Cells Impact on Treatment:  Cancer stem cells in melanoma: a complex problem  
December 7-11, 2016,  Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria
http://transidee- conference.uibk.ac.at/CSC2016/index.php/registration


22. C. La Porta,
Urbana-Champaign University, CompGen meeting: Cancer Stem Cells  and melanoma: a complex problem
Wednesday 8/31 from 9-10 am in 612 IGB

24. C. La Porta,
American Physics Society: Physics of cellular organization: Burst of activity in collective cell migration
2.30pm 16 March room 264, 13-17 March, New Orleans, USA 2017

25. C. La Porta,
First International Summer Institute on Network Physiology (ISINP):  Pathway deregulation is obesity
24-29 July 2017, Como, Italy

26. M. Sugni and C. Ferrario,
Stem cell recruitment versus adult cell dedifferentiation in echinoderm regeneration, Workshop of the Muenster Graduate School of Evolution (MGSE), Stem cells of invertebrates: Their role in development,  reproduction & regeneration
12th July 2017. Muenster, Germany

27. G. Tiana,
The Complex Structure of chromatin (invited talk)
Workshop Excursions in Complexity, The Royal Academy of  Science Copenhagen, 4 June 2015

28. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Summer School “Models of life”, Krogerup (Denmark),  2-8 August 2015

29. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Conference “Living systems: from interaction patterns  to critical behaviour”, San Servolo, Venice, 16-19 September 2015

30. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Conference FisMat 2015, Palermo 28/9-2/10 2015

31. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Mini-Workshop on Statistical and Molecular Physics,  SISSA Trieste, 12-13 Otober 2015

32. G. Tiana,
The Complex Structure of chromatin (invited talk)
Workshop Excursions in Complexity, The Royal Academy of  Science Copenhagen, 4 June 2015

33. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Summer School “Models of life”, Krogerup (Denmark),  2-8 August 2015

34. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Conference “Living systems: from interaction patterns  to critical behaviour”, San Servolo, Venice, 16-19 September 2015

35. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Conference FisMat 2015, Palermo 28/9-2/10 2015

36. G. Tiana,
Structure and function in chromatin domains (invited talk)
Mini-Workshop on Statistical and Molecular Physics,  SISSA Trieste, 12-13 October 2015

37. G. Tiana,
The complex structure of chromatin (invited talk)
EPFL Lausanne, 15 March 2016

38. G. Tiana,
The complex structure of chromatin (invited talk)
Conference “Quantitative Laws II”, Como 16 June 2016  

39. G. Tiana,
Physical models highlight a strong correlation between chromosome structure and transcription (invited talk)
qBio Workshop, IFOM Milano 20-21 February 2017

40. G. Tiana,
Modelling data with the Maximum Entropy Principle (invited talk)
University of Torino, 15 March 2017

41. G. Tiana,
Maximum-entropy techniques to model complex biological molecules and The complex structure of chromatin  (invited lectures)
Lake Como School of Advanced Studies “Advances in Complex Systems”, 7 and 9 July 2017

42. G Tiana,
Maximum-entropy modelling of biomolecules (contributed talk)
Congress of the Department of Physics,  29 June 2017

43. S. Vigna,
Quasi-succinct indices
8 September 2015, Google NY, New York, USA

44. S. Vigna,
Quasi-succinct indices
10 September 2015, Yahoo! NY, New York, USA

45. S. Vigna,
Scrambling Marsaglia's xorshift generators
21 December 2015, UCSB, California, USA

46. S. Vigna,
A weighted correlation index for rankings with ties
ISI, 18 January 2016, Turin

47. S. Vigna,
Rank monotonicity in centrality measures
SINS 2016, 9 June 2016, Venice, Italy

48. S. Vigna,
In-core computation of geometric centralities with HyperBall: A hundred billion nodes and beyond
MMDS 2016, 23 June 2016, Berkeley, CA, USA

49. S. Vigna,
In-core computation of geometric centralities with HyperBall: A hundred billion nodes and beyond
Télécom ParisTech, 28 January 2016, Paris, France

50. S. Vigna,
Fast scalable construction of (minimal perfect hash) functions
20 June 2016, Facebook, Menlo Park, USA

51. S. Vigna,
Quasi-Succinct Indices
Qatar Research Foundation, Doha, gennaio 2017

52. S. Vigna,
In-core computation of geometric centralities with HyperBall: A hundred billion nodes and beyond
Dipartimento di Informatica, Universit à di Torino, marzo 2017

53. S. Vigna,
Four degrees of separation
Telecom ParisTech University, marzo 2017

54. S. Vigna,
Rank Monotonicity in Centrality Measures
Complex networks: from socio-economic systems to biology and brain,  Lipari, settembre 2017

55. S. Zapperi,
Nordita Workshop Statistical mechanics of forms and shapes, Deformation and fracture of graphene
27-30 May 2015 Marienhamn, Aland Nordita 2015

56. S. Zapperi,
Van der Waals colloquium Leiden University, Size effects in fracture and plasticity
5 June 2015

57. S. Zapperi,
Seminar at University of Montpellier, Size effects in fracture and plasticity
9 June 2015

58. S. Zapperi,
Summer school on Advances in Complex System, Size effects in fracture and plasticity
2-07-2015 Como

59. S. Zapperi,
Conference in Complex Systems CCS’15, Complexity in Fracture
28 September-2 October Tempe Arizona

60. S. Zapperi,
Statphys 26, invited talk: Size effects in fracture and plasticity
Lyon, July 18-22 2016

61. S. Zapperi,
Multiscale Materials Modeling, plenary talk: Size effects in fracture  and plasticity
October 9-14 2016, Dijon, France

62. S. Zapperi,
School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Fluctuations in protein aggregation
1 August 2016

63. S. Zapperi,
North Carolina State University, Physics Department, Mechanics of graphene
4 August 2016

64. S. Zapperi,
Cornell University, Ithaca, Size effects in fracture and plasticity
USA 16 August 2016

65. S. Zapperi,
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Size effects in fracture and plasticity
25 August 2016

66. S. Zapperi,
4th Mini-Symposium on Bioimage Informatics, Bursts of activity in collective  cell migration
Rennes, France, 27 June 2017

67. S. Zapperi,
Congresso Nazionale SIF, Bursts of activity in collective cell migration
Trento 13 September 2017

68. G. Tiana,
Biophys meeting, SNS Pisa,Describing chromosome structure by the principle of maximum entropy
25 September 2017

69. G. Tiana,
FisMat 2017, Maximum-entropy modelling of biomolecules
Trieste 5 October 2017

70. C. A. M. La Porta,
INFOLIFE2017 CINI InfoLife Laboratory Workshop, Tackling complexity in Biosystems
Ca Foscari, 21 September Venezia 21-23 September

71. C.A. M. La Porta and S. Zapperi,
Cell Physics 2017, Tackling cell deformation, division and migration by a combination of experiments and computational models
Saarbrucken, Germany 11-13 October 2017

72. C.A. M. La Porta and S. Zapperi,
IFOM Institute, Physics of cancer: mechanics of cell migration
Milan 10 November 2017 2pm

73. C.A. M. La Porta and S. Zapperi,
Pennsylvania Physical Sciences in Oncology Center (PSOC@Penn), Physics of cancer: mechanics of cell migration
Philadelphia 13 November 2017 12am

74. C.A. M. La Porta and S. Zapperi,
The 20th European Conference on Mathematics for industry, Integrative analysis of pathway deregulation in obesity
Budapest, Hungary 18-22 June 2018

75. S. Vigna,
xoshiro/xoroshiro: new families of high-quality, high-speed PRNGs
Université de Montréal, Département d'informatique et de recherche opérationnelle. Montréal, Canada, May 2018

76. S. Vigna,
A Weighted Correlation Index for Rankings with Ties
Groupe d’Études et de Recherche en Analyse des Décisions, Université de Montréal. Montréal, Canada, May 2018

77. S. Vigna
Spectral Ranking
The Open University. Tel Aviv, Israele, June 2018

78. S. Vigna
xoshiro/xoroshiro: new families of high-quality, high-speed PRNGs
MCQMC 2018. Rennes, France, July 2018

79. S. Vigna
Complex networks: from socio-economic systems to biology and brain, Spectral Ranking
Lipari, July 2018

80. P. Boldi
Palermo Workshop on Algorithms Zuffix trees and zuffix arrays
Palermo, July 2018

81. M. Sugni
An integrated approach to marine invertebrate biodiversity: evolutionary and functional adaptations
Echinoderm regeneration. MARISTEM Summer School 2018

82. G. Tiana
Data-driven coarse-grained models of biomolecules
CECAM Workshop “Computational biophysics on your desktop: is that possible?”, 3-6 September 2018

83. C. La Porta and S. Zapperi
Tackling phenotypic plasticity in Cancer
Workshop on Physicists working on Cancer, Weizmenn Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, 1-12 July 2018

84. S. Zapperi
How glasses break
9th Nordic Workshop on Statistical Physics: Biological, Complex and Non-Equilibrium Systems, 21-23 March 2018

85. R. Guerra
EMN Meeting on Carbon-Nanostructures 2018
Dubrovnik – Croatia 2018

86. R. Guerra
Damage accumulation in silica glass nanowires
CECAM Workshop “Emergence of surface and interface structure from friction, fracture and deformation”, Lausanne – CH 24-27 July 2018

87. S. Zapperi
Atomic-Scale Front Propagation at the Onset of Frictional Sliding
CECAM Workshop “Emergence of surface and interface structure from friction, fracture and deformation”, Lausanne – CH 24-27 July 2018

88. C. La Porta and S. Zapperi
Tacckling complexity in cell mechanics
Department of Mathematics, University of Liverpool, 15 August 2018

89. C. La Porta
Cell deformation and migration: experiments and modeling
Workshop on Nanoengeneering for mechanobiology, Camogli, Italy 25-28 March 2018

90. C. La Porta
Intelligenza artificiale e Big Data
La ricerca Intelligente, Seminario Direzione Scientifica Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Milano, 2-3 March 2018

91. C. La Porta
Big data in Cancer
Roche Europe RWE Summit 17 April 2018: Artificial Intelligence in healthcare sector Budapest, Hungary

92. C. La Porta and S. Zapperi
Exaptation for the good and the bad: regeneration and cancer
Second International Conference on exaptation and inverse question-driven innovation, 26-28 April 2018 Palazzo Feltrinelli, Lake Garda, Italy

93. S. Zapperi
Excitation spectra in crystal plasticity
CECAM-Node workshop on Phase Transformations and Plasticity in Crystals: Atomistic to Continuum Models”, Milano 3-4 September 2018

94. R. Guerra
Damage accumulation in silica glass nanowires
CECAM-Node workshop on Phase Transformations and Plasticity in Crystals: Atomistic to Continuum Models”, Milano 3-4 September 2018

CC&B Seminars

1. Guillaume Charras
(University College London, UK)
Cellular Control of cortical actin nucleation
5 October 2015 at 14.30

2. Karoline Wiesner
(School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK)
The mathematics of information in complex systems
19 october 2015 at 12.30  

3. Rhoda Hawkins
(Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Sheffield, UK)
Mathematical modelling of cell migration
13 November 2015 at 12.30

4. Rivka Isaacson
(King’s College London, UK)
Molecular mechanisms for cellular quality control
14 December 2015 at 12.30

5. Alexandre Dufour
(Institut Pasteur, France)
Deciphering cellular morpho-dynamics using Bioimage Informatics
17 December 2015 at 10.30

6. Maurizio Casiraghi  
(Universit à degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Italy)  
When size matters: genome shrinkage in bacterial intracellular symbionts
22 December 2015 at 9.30  

7. Michele Caselle
(Universit à di Torino)
Quantitative methods in gene regulation
21 January 2016 at 12:30

8. Stéphane Santucci
(ENS, CNRS, Lyon, France)
Turbulent-like dynamics of slow imbibition fronts
5 February 2016 at 12.30

9. Bakhtier Vasiev
(University of Liverpool, UK)
Modelling chemotactic motion of cells in biological tissues
29 January 2016 at 12.30

10. Nikolay Dokholyan
(UNC Chapel Hill, USA)
From etiology to therapeutics of the Lou Gehrig’s disease
23 February 2016 at 12.30

11. Mikko J. Alava
(Aalto University, Finland)
Woodquakes and why avalanche waiting times do not follow Poisson statistics
8 March 2016 at 12.30

12. Andrea Mattevi
(Department of Biology and Biotechnology, University of Pavia, Italy)
On the molecular mechanisms of chromatin modification
12 April 2016 at 12.30

13. Xavier Trepat
(Integrative Cell and Tissue Dynamics, Institut de Bioenginyeria de Catalunya, Spain)
Mechanical guidance of collective cell migration and invasion
27 May 2016 at 12.30

14. Luca Gattinoni
(Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health)
T memory stem cells in health and disease: new insights and therapeutic opportunities
15 September 2016 at 12.00

15. Herbert Levine  
(Center for Theoretical Biological Physics, Rice University)  
Can theory help us understand cancer metastasis?
18 November 2016 h. 12.30

16. Daniel Rayneau-Kirkhope
(Aalto University)
Functionality through failure: analysis of elastic instability in 2-d lattices
14 December 2016 h. 12.30

17. Alessandro Laio
(SISSA)
Automatic topography of complex and multidimensional probability distributions
19 January 2017 h 14.00

18. Antonio Trovato  
(Universit à di Padova)
Bacterial communication games: talking at open boundaries
19 January 2017 h 15.00

19. Roberto Meloni  
(Universit à di Milano)
Computational and theoretical studies of the conformational properties of peptides in their denatured state
19 January 2017 h 16.00

20. Michael Pusch
(Istituto di Biofisica, Genova)
CLC chloride channels and transporters - from biophysics to human genetic diseases
February 2, 2017 h. 12.30

21. Vincenzo Vitelli
(Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics, Leiden University)
Topological sound and odd viscosity in chiral active matter
February 27, 2017 h. 12.00

22. Elena Bianca Donetti
(Laboratorio di Morfologia Strutturale e Ultrastrutturale Dipartimento Scienze Biomediche per la Salute UniMi)
Inside out - outside in the skin: different experimental approaches to evaluate the epidermal response to different  exogenous stimuli
February 14, 2017 h. 12.30

23. Valentina Bollati
(EPIGET - Epidemiology, Epigenetics and Toxicology Lab, Department of Clinical Sciences and Community Health,  University of Milan)
Susceptibility to Particle Health Effects, miRNA and Extracellular vesicles: Results of the SPHERE Study
March 6, 2017 h. 12.30

24. Yuval Tabach
(Department of Developmental Biology and Cancer Research, The Institute For Medical Research-Israel-Canada,  The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School Jerusalem)
Comparative genomics of 500 species reveal new insights about superpowers, drugs and human diseases
March 10, 2017 h. 12.30

25. Luca Cipelletti
(Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, Université Montpellier)
Microscopic dynamics and mechanical behavior of amorphous solids
April 3, 2017 h. 12.30

26. Andrea Ciliberto
(IFOM, Milan)
Molecular determinants of cell-to-cell variability in the cellular response to anti-mitotic drugs
April 6, 2017 h. 12.30

27. Simone Sarasso
(Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences "L. Sacco", Universit à degli Studi di Milano)
Consciousness and complexity: from theory to practice
May 11, 2017 h. 12.30

28. Nicola Fusco
(IRCCS Ca' Granda - Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico & University of Milan)
The translational impact of molecular pathology for healthcare providers: what can we learn from breast  cancer genomics?
May 24, 2017 h. 12.30

29. Michele Bellesi
(Universit à Politecnica delle Marche)
Sleep and synapses
June 21, 2017 h. 12.30

30. Alejandro B. Kolton
(Condensed Matter Theory Group, Centro Atómico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, Bariloche, Argentina)
Localisation of soft modes at the depinning transition

31. Costanza Rovida
(CAAT Europe, Konstanz University, Germany)
New Approach Methodologies (NAM) for biomedical research
September 13, 2017 h. 12.30

32. Giovanni Bussi
(SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
RNA structure and dynamics: combining molecular dynamics, solution experiments, and coevolutionary information
September 19, 2017 h. 14.30

33. Leonid Schneider
(Independent science journalist. Forbetterscience.com)
Research misconduct: science’s self-administered poison
September 26, 2017 h. 12.00

34. Maurizio Maugeri
(Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Universit à degli Studi di Milano)
Climate variability and change in Italy in the last two centuries
October 3, 2017 h. 12.30

35. Thierry Nieus
(Dept. of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences "Luigi Sacco", Universit à di Milano, Italy)
Insights from computational investigations of 2D & 3D cell culture recordings
October 6, 2017 h. 12.30

36. Paolo Vineis
(Imperial College, London)
Cancer: “bad luck” or environment? The contribution of exposome research
November 24, 2017 h. 14.00

37. Diego Liberati
(National Research Council of Italy)
Quantitative systems bio-physiology for precision personalized medicine: from data mining through signal processing to mathematical modeling
November 30, 2017 h. 12.30

38. M. Carmen Miguel
(Departament de Fisica de la Materia Condensada, Universitat de Barcelona)
Exploring the effects of social influence on flocking dynamics
December 12, 2017 h. 12.30

39. Niccolò Bolli
(Dipartimento di Oncologia Medica ed Ematologia Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori)
Next-Generation Sequencing to uncover the pre-clinical evolution of multiple myeloma
December 14, 2017 h. 12.30

40. Sergi Garcia-Manyes
(Department of Physics and Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics King’s College London)
Linking mechanochemistry with protein folding with single bond resolution
February 9, 2018 h. 12.30

41. Daniel Matoz Fernandez
(School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee)
Active mechanics in a model biological tissue
January 26, 2018 h. 12.00

42. Giulio Pavesi
(Department of Biosciences, University of Milan)
On the entropy of the human transcriptome
February 27, 2018 h. 12.00

43. Manlio De Domenico
(Fondazione Bruno Kessler)
Modeling integrated and interdependent systems with complex multilayer networks
March 15, 2018 h. 12.30

44. Paolo Biscari
(Dipartimento di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano)
Using Poincaré half-plane to understand Crystal Elasto-Plasticity
April 20, 2018 h. 12.30

45. Carlo Piccardi
(Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria, Politecnico di Milano)
Complexity, Centralization, and Fragility in Economic Networks
May 24, 2018 h. 12.30

46. Massimo Locati
(Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Mediche e Medicina Traslazionale UniMI)
Regulatory networks controlling macrophage polarized activation
May 18, 2018 h. 12.30

47. Elena Kardash
(BioEmergences lab at CNRS, Gif-Sur-Yvette)
The role of actin cytoskeleton during early stages of pectoral fin shape establishment
June 4, 2018 h. 12.00

48. Giampaolo Cristadoro
(Università di Milano-Bicocca)
The common origin of symmetry and structure in genetic sequences
June 7, 2018h. 12.00

49. David Barone
(Cell Proliferation Unit, Department of Biology, University of Padua, Italy)
CAMP and Salicylate Control Yeast Cell Quiescence (a pilot phenotypic study)
June 11, 2018 h. 12.30

50. Luca Trevisan
(U.C. Berkeley and Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing)
A Theory of Spectral Clustering
June 20, 2018 h. 10.30

51. Silvia Maggi
(School of Psychology. University of Nottingham and Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health. University of Manchester)
Prospective and retrospective contribution of prefrontal cortex to learning and consolidation
July 17, 2018 h. 11.00

Journal Club

1. Maria Chiara Lionetti
(CC&B and Deparment of Biosciences)
The CRISP-CAS9 system  
9 May 2016 at 12.30

2. Enrico Ragni  
(Istituto Nazionale di Genetica Molecolare (INGM), Milan, Italy)
Human mesenchymal stem cells: from potency definition to clinical applications
18 May 2016 at 12.30

3. Roberto Buccione
(Scientific Editor EMBO Molecular Medicine | EMBO Press)
The transparent editorial process, data reproducibility and research integrity at EMBO Press
23 May 2016 at 12.30

4. Mario Beretta
(Deparment of Biosciences, University of Milan)
The amazing world of carnivorous plants
30 May 2016 at 12.30

5. Laura Piazza and Elisa Ronchi
Physical assessment of food material properties aimed at improving functionalities
18 December 2017

CC&B Tutorial

1. Alexandre Dufour
(Institut Pasteur, France)
Quantitative image analysis with Icy
18 December 2015 10.00-17.00

2. Roberto Buccione  
(Scientific Editor EMBO Molecular Medicine | EMBO Press)  
Meeting with PhD students and postdocs to discuss about publishing and alternative careers  
23 May 2016 at 14.30

Press/media coverage

1. 30 09 2016, Catena La Porta interviewed at “Le Oche” - Radio Popolare  

2. 26 09 2016, Allnews24.eu, Malattie neurodegenerative, individuarle prima che si manifestino  

3. 26 09 2016, Edicola24.com, Malattie neurodegenerative, individuarle prima che si manifestino  

4. 26 09 2016, Galileonet.it, Malattie neurodegenerative, individuarle prima che si manifestino  

5. 27 09 2016, Scienzainrete.it, La medicina scandaglia il genoma per diventare più precisa  

6. 20 09 2016, Ilfattoquotidiano.it, Alzheimer, nei prossimi ventanni una famiglia italiana su quattro avr à un parente malato  

7. 20 09 2016, Askanews.it, Malattie neurologiche, da test preclinico nuove prospettive, studio italiano: individuare la malattia  

8. 20 09 2016, Edicola24.com, Alzheimer, nei prossimi ventanni una famiglia italiana su quattro avr à un parente malato  

9. 20 09 2016, Le-Ultime-Notizie.eu, Malattie neurologiche, da test preclinico nuove prospettive  

10. 20 09 2016, Meteoweb.eu, Ricerca, Alzheimer e Parkinson: da Milano il test per svelarli prima dei sintomi  

11. 04 03 2016, L. Carra, A rischio di SLA se la proteina si fa in tre. Scienzainrete

12. 25 02 2016, Int. a N. Dokholyan: “Così arriveremo a sconfiggere la sla” (F.Lozito) è Vita (Avvenire) pag. 2

13. 15 01 2016, Sebastiano Vigna interviewed at “Le Oche” - RadioPopolare

14. 15 01 2016, Il prof della Statale conquista la Silicon Valley con un algoritmo - Il Giorno

15. 15 01 2016, Il web 2.0 ‘parla’ italiano su pc, tablet e smartphone - ANSA

16. 15 01 2016, Un matematico italiano ha ‘salvato’ i vostri acquisti online - La Repubblica

17. 21 12 2015, Un centro per lo studio della complessit à, Pietro Greco intervista Stefano Zapperi - Scienzainrete

18. 20 11 2015, Carlotta Negri, Caterina La Porta and Stefano Zapperi interviewed at “Le Oche” - RadioPopolare  

19. 10 11 2015, Scienziati Interdisciplinari, non Supereroi - OggiScienza

20. 28 10 2015, S. Coyaud, “Bufala”. DBlog - La Repubblica

21. 27 10 2015, S. Coyaud, “Condizionatori”. DBlog - La Repubblica

22. 02 09 2015, S. Coyaud, “Fatti vostri cont.” DBlog - La Repubblica

23. 25 05 2015, D. Bilancetti, La fisica per spiegare come cambiano forma le staminali - Le Scienze

24. 20 05 2015, Scoperto come le Staminali cambiano forma. Web: ADUC, MeteoWeb, AGI, Ilfont

25. 18 05 2015, S. Coyaud, Come un pesce nell’acqua - Oggiscienza

26. 15 05 2015, Caterina La Porta and Stefano Zapperi interviewed at “Le Oche” - RadioPopolare  

27. 15 05 2015, S. Coyaud, “Le Oche e il Danio” DBlog - La Repubblica

28. 08 11 2016, Wise Society: Un test clinico per prevenire le malattie neurodegenerative, Andrea Ballocchi

29. 26 10 2016, ArcipelagoMilano: L’AGENZIA EUROPEA DEL FARMACO (EMA)

30. 02 11 2016, 100 Donne contro gli stereotipi - Vanity fair

31. 02 11 2016, 100 Donne contro gli stereotipi - Io Donna, Corriere della Sera  

32. 16 02 2017,   Radio Magazine, Report interview on gender in media  
http://www.reporternuovo.it/2017/02/16/replay-del-16-febbraio-2017

33. 27 03 2017, M. Bellone, L. Carra, Rotture
http://www.scienzainrete.it/articolo/rotture/michele-bellone-luca-carra/2017-03-27

34. 24 03 2017, Interview Radio Popolare, Le Oche, 11am  
http://www.radiopopolare.it/podcast/le-oche-di-ven-2403

35. 10 03 2017, Oggiscienza: Colesterolo e malattie neurodegenerative: una possibile correlazione? Cristina Da Rold
https://oggiscienza.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/21086425615_b9d8c3caaa_b.jpg  

36. 06 03 2017, www.meteoweb.it, Filomea Fotia: Ricerca: Rischi per il cervello dal calo drastico del colesterolo  
http://www.meteoweb.eu/2017/03/ricerca-rischi-per-il-cervello-dal-calo-drastico-delcolesterolo/866100/#4 JJJM3VUx1HG6jrM.99

37. 06 03 2017, Italiasalute.it, Andrea Sperelli: Un colesterolo troppo basso non va bene

38. 06 03 2017, Insalutenews.it, Una drastica riduzione del colesterolo potrebbe causare malattie

39. 06 03 2017, Salute Domani, Una drastica riduzione del colesterolo nelle membrane cellulari potrebbe causare malattie  neurodegenerative  
http://www.salutedomani.com/article/una_drastica_riduzione_del_colesterolo_nelle_membrane_cellulari_ potrebbe_causare_malattie_neurodegenerat...

40. 06 03 2017, TG24.sky.it, Rischio malattie neurodegenerative con calo drastico di colesterolo  

41. 07 03 2017, Milanoonline.com, Una drastica riduzione del colesterolo nelle membrane cellulari potrebbe causare malattie  neurodegenerative
http://www.publicnow.com/view/423365F489EDB271B9C066B15D74918E85A51450

42. 07 03 2017, www.italiannetwork.it, Ricerca Scientifica Italiana nel mondo - Dall’universit à di Milano: abbassare i livelli di  colesterolo per contrastare malattie cardiovascolari potrebbe innescare malattie neurodegenerative  

43. 07 03 2017, Trasferimentotec.wordpress.com, Il possibile legame fra colesterolo e malattie neurodegenerative

44. 07 03 2017,  www.sanihelp.it, Quando il calo del colesterolo non è un buon segno  

45. 07 03 2017, improntaunika.it, Un nuovo studio su colesterolo e malattie neurodegenerative  

46. 10 03 2017, oggiscienza.wordpress.com, Colesterolo e malattie neurodegenerative: una possibile correlazione?

47. 15 03 2017,  APS press conference, 2.30pm
http://apswebcasting.com/webcast/archive/aps/march2017/mar15-17-4.php

48. 23 06 2017, RADIO POPOLARE - LE OCHE, 10.35 - Un prototipo di software per valutare la qualit à degli spermatozoi  

49. 08 06 2017, Scienza in Rete: La Fisica del cancro, recenzione del libro The Physics of cancer, Cambridge University Press  (autori C. A. M. La Porta and Stefano Zapperi) scritto da Giorgio Scita e Assunta Croce
http://www.scienzainrete.it/articolo/fisica-del-cancro/giorgio-scita-assunta-croce/2017-06-28

50. 17 07 2017, Oggiscienza: Obesità, diabete e cancro: scoperte le ragioni genetiche della loro correlazione  

51. 24 07 2017, Interview at Scienza in Rete for the Second Summer school in Advanced in Complex System Como  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRAJjNOxnig&feature=youtu.be

52. 29 09 2017, Meet Me tonight 2017 (Milano), Museo Scienza e tecnica. Tavola rotonda: Ringiovanire il cervello: Mito o sfida  per il futuro?

53. 26 07 2017, La stampa
Scoperta una stessa “firma” per tumore, obesità e diabete

54. 10 07 2017, Saluteh24.com
La firma genetica che accomuna obesità, diabete e cancro alla mammella

55. 10 07 2017, Italiasalute.it
Obesità, diabete e cancro al seno: la firma genetica è una

56. 10 07 2017, Greenreport.it
Una firma genetica accomuna obesità, diabete e cancro alla mammella

57. 10 07 2017, Insalutenews.it
Obesità, diabete e cancro alla mammella. Scoperta la firma genetica che li accomuna

58. 10 07 2017, Salutedomani.com
La firma genetica che accomuna obesità, diabete e cancro alla mammella

59. 10 07 2017, Healthdesk.it
Una firma genetica comune per obesità, diabete e cancro al seno

60. 10 07 2017, Meteoweb.eu
Ricerca: una firma genetica lega obesità, diabete e cancro al seno

61. 10 07 2017, Tg24.sky.it
Il cancro a mammella ha “firma genetica” comune con obesità e diabete

62. 10 07 2017, Repubblica.it
Il link genetico tra cancro al seno, obesità e diabete

63. 11 07 2017, Sanihelp.it
La firma genetica che accomuna obesità, diabete e tumori

64. 12 07 2017, Ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it
L’altro human brain project

65. 18 07 2017, Liberoquotidiano.it
Una firma genetica che accomuna obesità, diabete e cancro del seno

66. 18 07 2017, Agoravox.it
Diabete, obesità e cancro: scoperte le ragioni genetiche della loro correlazione

67. 24 07 2017, Lastampa.it
Ecco come scatta a livello genetico la relazione fra obesità, diabete e cancro al seno

68. 25 07 2017, Diariodelweb.it
Obesità, diabete e cancro al seno: scoperta la relazione

69. 11 01 2018, Ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it
Anche noi, come l’axolotl e il cetriolo (di mare)

70. 11 01 2018, Lescienze.it
Università Statale di Milano – Evoluzione: i geni condivisi dagli invertebrati ai mammiferi

71. 11 01 2018, Healthdesk.it
Dalle stelle marine alle lucertole: gli animali che possono rigenerarsi condividono un gruppo di geni

72. 11 01 2018, Italiannetwork.it
Ricerca scientifica italiana nel mondo – biosistemi – dall’Università di Milano ricerca sulla rigenerazione degli organismi invertebrati e mammiferi

73. 12 01 2018, Ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it
Le oche – Gli axolotl, i cetrioli di mare, i topi, altri animali e noi intesi come homo sapiens condividiamo geni che rigenerano i tessuti o gli arti

74. 12 01 2018, Easynewsweb.com
Center for Complexity & Biosystems – Evoluzione: i geni condivisi da invertebrati e mammiferi

75. 12 01 2018, Enopress.it
Evoluzione: i geni condivisi da invertebrati e mammiferi

76. 29 09 2017, Meet Me tonight 2017 (Milano)
Museo Scienza e tecnica – Tavola rotonda: Ringiovanire il cervello: Mito o sfida per il futuro?

77. 02 10 2017, Il Bello della Ricerca
Meet me tonight, L’Espa.net, Meteoweb.eu – Ringiovanire il cervello: gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

78. 02 10 2017, Lasaluteinpillole.it
Ricerca: ringiovanire il cervello, sceinziati ne pralano a Milano

79. 02 10 2017, Ilfoglio.it
Ricerca: ringiovanire il cervello, scienziati ne parlano a Milano

80. 02 10 2017, Cataniaoggi.it
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

81. 02 10 2017, Paginemediche.it
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

82. 02 10 2017, Sanità24.ilsole24ore.com
Ringiovanire il cervello: mito o sfida per il futuro?

83. 02 10 2017, Notizie.tiscali.it
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

84. 02 10 2017, Affarititaliani.it
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

85. 02 10 2017, Tribunapoliticaweb.it
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

86. 02 10 2017, Ildubbio.news
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

87. 02 10 2017, Adnkronos.com
Ringiovanire il cervello, gli scienziati ne parlano a Milano

88. 02 10 2017, Il Sole 24 ore
Ringiovanire il cervello: mito o sfida per il futuro? (medicina e ricerca con Maria Pia Abbracchio e Caterina La Porta)

89. 06 10 2017, Le Oche
Interview: Radio Popolare Le Oche (C. La Porta)
http://www.radiopopolare.it/podcast/le-oche-di-ven-0610/
90. 10 10 2017, Il Sole 24 Ore
Sanità: Maria Pia Abbracchio, Caterina La Porta – Il labirinto delle cure per il cervello, numero 36

91. 03 11 2017, Fifthy eighty four Academic Perspectives from Cambridge University Press: 3 November 2017
How Marie Curie taught me to persevere

92. 01 2016, SIFA-STEM, interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37VX8XnrMwI

93. 01 02 2018, Scienzeinrete.it
Evoluzione i geni condivisi da invertebrati e mammiferi
https://www.scienzainrete.it/articolo/evoluzione-geni-condivisi-da-invertebrati-e-mammiferi/michele- bellone/2018-02-01

94. 03 11 2017, Ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it
Le Oche sulla nanoscala, 95. 03 11 2017, Interview: Radio Popolare, (S. Bonfanti) Le Oche
http://www.radiopopolare.it/podcast/le-oche-di-ven-0311/

96. 19 01 2018, Interview: Radio Popolare
(C. La Porta, M. Fumagalli) Le Oche
http://www.radiopopolare.it/podcast/le-oche-di-ven-1901/

97. Starbene, 06/04/2018
N.17 - 10/04/2018 Dimagrire? in gruppo è meglio — Solo il 5 dei casi di obesità grave è colpa dei geni lo sostiene uno studio dell'Università di Milano (Roberta Camisasca)

98. saluteh24.com, 04/04/2018
Obesita': uno studio sui gemelli conferma è una questione di ambiente e stile di vita, più che di geni

99. Repubblica.it, 04/04/2018
L'obesità dipende dagli stili di vita. uno studio assolve i geni

100. salutedomani.com, 04/04/2018
Obesita': uno studio sui gemelli conferma e' una questione di ambiente e stile di vita, più che di geni

101. insalutenews.it, 04/04/2018
Obesità: ambiente e stile di vita hanno un ruolo più importante del genoma. studio su gemelli lo conferma

102. meteoweb.eu, 04/04/2018
Salute: studio sui gemelli conferma che l'obesità dipende da ambiente e stile di vita

103. italiannetwork.it, 04/04/2018
Medicina - contributo genetico solo nel 5% dei casi di obesita'. sono ambiente e stili di vita elementi fondanti

104. tecnomedicina.it, 04/04/2018
L'obesità è una questione di ambiente e stile di vita, più che di geni

105. gossipblog.it, 04/04/2018
L'obesità è una questione di stile di vita più che di geni

106. agoramagazine.it, 05/04/2018
Sviluppo dell'obesità: ambiente e stili di vita incidono più dei geni

107. diariodelweb.it, 05/04/2018
L'obesità è questione di ambiente e stile di vita, più che di geni

108. medicoepaziente.it, 06/04/2018
Obesità, stile di vita e ambiente contano più dei geni
109. liberoquotidiano.it, 07/04/2018
Obesità. ambiente e stile di vita più importanti dei geni ereditati

110. sanihelp.it, 09/04/2018
L'obesità? macché geni, contano ambiente e stile di vita

111. RADIO 24, 23/05/2018
Radio 24 - obiettivo salute 12.00 - la strada delle cellule che vanno in metastasi - Intervento Caterina La Porta

112. LA STATALE - WEB, affaritaliani.it, 23/05/2018
Tumori, creata a milano una mappa virtuale del processo che crea le metastasi

113. diariodelweb.it, 22/05/2018
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Grants

Research activities within CC&B is supported by the following grants:

1. ERC Advanced Grant SIZEFFECTS 2012-2018 (S. Zapperi)

2. Fondazione Cariplo 2014-2016 (C. La Porta)

3. Nadine FET Project 2012-2015 (P. Boldi, S. Vigna)

4. Google Focused Award “Algorithms and Mathematical Optimization”, subproject “Large-scale Graph Sketching”  (P. Boldi, S. Vigna)

5. Young Researcher Grant 2017 (UNIMI). Innovative solutions from the seas: development of marine-derived and eco-friendly  skin-substitutes (M. Sugni)

6. Metamaterials research for a new physical interaction, Research grant from Samsung Electronics (S. Zapperi)

7. FASTEN, “Fine-Grained Analysis of Software Ecosystems as Networks” H2020-ICT-2018-2, €366225, 2018-2021 (P. Boldi, S. Vigna)

8. Donation from Amazion, $75.000 funds, $25.000 AWS credits, 2018 (P. Boldi, S. Vigna)

9. FFABR, Miur, €3000, 2017 (M. Sugni)

10. FFABR, Miur, €3000, 2017 (R. Guerra)

11. “Sviluppo sostenibile di sostituti della pelle di origine marina”, Grant Linea 2, Università degli Studi di Milano, €5000, 2017 (M. Sugni)

12. “Nanotubes as Nanoscale Water Pumps”, Grant Linea 2, Università degli Studi di Milano, €4600, 2017 (R. Guerra)

13. DISORDER, “Complexity in the Physics of Disordered Solids”, Bilateral project, Italy-Israel, MAECI, 2018-2020, €100000 (S. Zapperi)

Awards and prizes

1. S. Zapperi, elected fellow of the American Physical Society (9/2015)

2. C. La Porta, best oral awards, 44th Annual Meetings of the SCUR, Milano, Italy (6/2017)

3. S. Bonfanti, best poster award, Trends in Nanotribology, Trieste, Italy (7/2017)