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LORENZO ZINO

PostDoc Researcher - University of Groningen

Lorenzo Zino majored in Applied Mathematics (Ingegneria Matematica) at Politecnico di Torino in 2014 and received his PhD degree in Pure and Applied Mathematics from Università di Torino - Politecnico di Torino (joint doctorate program) in 2018. He had short term research fellowships at Politecnico di Torino and at New York University. Since October 2019, he is a PostDoc Research Fellow at the Discrete Technology & Production Automation, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen under the supervision of Professor Ming Cao. His research interests include but are not limited to the modeling, the analysis, and the control aspects of dynamical processes over network systems (epidemic spreading, opinion dynamics, diffusion of innovation, etc.), applied probability, network modeling and analysis, and game theory.

 
 
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OUR WORK SON MODELING BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES DURING EPIDEMIC OUTBREAKS AND ON A METAPOPULATION MODEL FOR COVID-19 IN ITALY HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS AT NETWORKS 2021: A JOINT SUNBELT AND NETSCI CONFERENCE (WHICH WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY)

April 2021

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

MED 2021

June 22-25, 2021

Lorenzo is the organizer of the invited session entitled Systems and Control Insight into Modeling, Predicting, and Controlling COVID-19, which will be held at the 29th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation. In that session, he will present his work on modeling behavioral response during epidemic outbreaks (with M. Ye, A. Rizzo, and M. Cao)

ECC 2021

June 29-July 2 2021

Lorenzo's works on mathematical modeling of STDs (with K. Frieswijk and M. Cao), on imitation dynamics under Markov switching (with R. Cunha and M. Cao), and on control of epidemics (with C. Cenedese, M. Cucuzzella, M. Cao, J.M.A. Scherpen, A.J. van der Schaft) will be presented at the 2021 European Control Conference

NETWORKS 2021

July 5-10, 2021

Our works on modeling behavioral responses during epidemic outbreaks (with M. Ye, A. Rizzo, and M. Cao) and on a metapopulation model for COVID-19 outbreak in Italy (with F. Parino, M. Porfiri, and A. Rizzo) will be presented at Networks 2021: A Joint Sunbelt and NetSci Conference