I'm leading the BioShape Laboratory: Methods and Models for Analysis and Simulation of Complex Systems
I'm the coordinator of EU FP7 FET Project TOPDRIM: Topology driven methods for multilevel complex systems
I'm participating in the COST Action IC1405: Reversible Computation: extending horizons of computing
My research interests include: concurrency theory and agent-oriented languages for modelling the dynamics of multi-level complex systems; spatial and topology-driven process calculi for analysing and predicting the emergent behaviour of complex systems; distributed computing for open-ended, heterogeneous, highly parallel and distributed system with applications to physical, biological, and social phenomena; recently, data language.
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Recent talks - Brief CV
2005 2009 to Nadia Busi 2010 2015
EATCS-TOPDRIM Young Resercher School 2015 on Understanding COMPLEXITY and CONCURRENCY through TOPOLOGY of DATA
July 13th-22nd, 2015 in Camerino
TOPDRIM4Bio 2015 Topology-driven bio-inspired methods and models for complex systems
December 3rd, 2015 in New York -- Affiliated to BIONETICS15: 9th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies
Coordination Models, Languages and Applications Special Track of the 31st ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC'16)
April 3rd-8th, 2016 in Pisa
Mario Rasetti, Emanuela Merelli The Topological Field Theory of Data: a program towards a novel strategy for mining data through data language
coming soon, 2015
Emanuela Merelli, Nicola Paoletti, Luca Tesei Adaptability checking in complex systems, Science of Computing Programming, 2015
Emanuela Merelli, Marco Pettini, Mario Rasetti Topology driven modeling - the IS metaphor, Natural Computing, 2014
Emanuela Merelli, Mario Rasetti Non locality, Topology, Formal languages: New Global Tools to Handle Large Data Sets , ICCS 2013.
Emanuela Merelli, School of Science and Technology -- Division of Computer Science
Camerino University. Last modified: 10 March 2015 .