What we do

Our Reports

Our reports

Here you find a summary report of the results and and achievements of the Center since 2015. [pdf download]

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 – Published 19 May 2015

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)

3. G. Tiana,
Effect of disorder on the contact probability of elongated conformations of biopolymers
PHYSICAL REVIEW E 92, 010702(R) (2015)

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)

5. Y. J. Chen, Stefano Zapperi, and James P. Sethna
Crossover behavior in interface depinning
Phys. Rev. E 92, 022146 (2015)

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)

7. A. Sanzeni, A. Celani, G. Tiana, M. Vergassola
Theory of feedback controlled brain stimulations for Parkinson’s disease
Physica A (in press 2015)

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 (in press 2015)

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)

10. Carlotta Negri, Alessandro L. Sellerio, Stefano Zapperi, M. Carmen Miguel
Deformation and failure of curved colloidal crystal shells
PNAS, in press (2015)

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
Nature Scientific Report, 5, 15464 (2015)

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) - Published 20 August 2015

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 (2015) 224

14. Zoe Budrikis and Stefano Zapperi
Temperature-Dependent Adhesion of Graphene Suspended on a Trench, NanoLetters
Nano Lett., 2016, 16 (1), pp 387–391

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

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 (in press, 2016)

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)

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)

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)

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)

21. Paolo Boldi and Sebastiano Vigna
Efficient optimally lazy algorithms for minimal-interval semantics.
Theoretical Computer Science, 648:8−25, (2016)

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)

23. Sebastiano Vigna
An experimental exploration of Marsaglia’s xorshift generators, scrambled.
ACM Trans. Math. Software, 42(4), (2016)

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)

25. Paolo Boldi, Irene Crimaldi, Corrado Monti
A network model characterized by a latent attribute structure with competition.
Inf. Sci.354: 236-256, (2016)

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


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)

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 doi:10.1073/ pnas.1600503113 (2016)

29. A. Lehtinen, Gi. Costantini, M. J. Alava, S. Zapperi, and L. Laurson
Glassy features of crystal plasticity
Phys. Rev. B 94, 064101 (2016)

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)

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, accepted

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. doi: 10.1186/s12983-016-0149-x (2016)

33. Ferrario C., Leggio L., Leone R., Di Benedetto C., Coccè 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. [Epub ahead of print] doi: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.03.007 (2016)

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)

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)

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)

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. doi: 10.1016/j.steroids.2015.08.008 (2015)

38. Wilkie I.C., Fassini D., Cullorà 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)

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. doi: 10.1016/j.zool.2014.10.003 (2015)

Conference proceedings/presentations

1. Cinzia Ferrario, Roberta Leone, Silvia Colombo, Cristiano Di Benedetto, Livio Leggio,Valentina Coccè, Francesco Bonasoro, M. Daniela Candia Carnevali, Caterina La Porta, Michela Sugni
Human fibroblast behavior on echinoderm-derived fibrillar collagen substrates
!5Th 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 Coccè, 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: 15 th 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: 38 th 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 24 th 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 24 th 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

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

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
(Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Italy)
When size matters: genome shrinkage in bacterial intracellular symbionts
22 December 2015 at 9.30

7. Michele Caselle
(Università 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

Conferences/Workshops/Schools organization

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

2. CCS’15,
Tempe, Arizona (USA) 28 9 2015 – 2 10 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)

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. 40 th 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, Università di Palermo, Italy

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

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

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

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

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

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

13. C. La Porta, Conference in Complex Systems CCS’15, Cancer Stem cells in melanoma: a complex problem, 28 September-2 October 2015, Tempe, Arizona

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

22. 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

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

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

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

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

27. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

34. S. Vigna, Scrambling Marsaglia’s xorshift generators. 21 December 2015, UCSB, California, USA.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

43. S. Zapperi, summer school on Advances in Complex System, Size effects in fracture and plasticity, 2 July 2015 Como

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

45. S. Zapperi, Statphys 26, Lyon, July 18-22 2016. Invited talk Size effects in fracture and plasticity

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

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

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

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

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

51. Sugni M, A microscopic survey on the amazing regenerative abilities of echinoderms. 1st London Echinoderm Network. London, July 2015

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

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

Grants

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

1. ERC Advanced Grant SIZEFFECTS 2012–2018
2. Fondazione Cariplo 2014–2016
3. Nadine FET Project 2012–2015
4. Google Focused Award (“Algorithms and Mathematical Optimization”, subproject “Large-scale Graph Sketching”)
5. Università degli Studi di Milano: Bando Giovani Ricercatori, 2015. Progetto MARE-Myocyte remodelling during Arm
6. REgeneration in starfish mode