Assistant Professor - Politecnico di Torino
Lorenzo Zino majored in Applied Mathematics (Ingegneria Matematica) at Politecnico di Torino in 2014 and received his PhD degree (with honors) in Pure and Applied Mathematics from Università di Torino - Politecnico di Torino (joint doctorate program) in 2018. After research fellowships at Politecnico di Torino, New York University, and University of Groningen, since October 2022, he has joined the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Politecnico di Torino, Italy, where he is a Senior Assistant Professor (RTDb), since 2023. 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.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
OUR PAPERS ENTITLED ON INCENTIVIZING INNOVATION DIFFUSION IN A NETWORK OF COORDINATING AGENTS (WITH M. YE), MODELING THE CO-EVOLUTION OF CLIMATE IMPACT AND POPULATION BEHAVIOR: A MEAN-FIELD ANALYSIS (WITH K. FRIESWIJK, S. MORSE, AND M. CAO), AND ON A BI-VIRUS EPIDEMIC MODEL WITH PARTIAL AND WANING IMMUNITY (WITH M. YE AND B. ANDERSON) HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2023 IFAC WORLD CONGRESS
MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS
December 13-15, 2023
Our works on adaptive control for evolutionary dynamics (with M. Ye, A. Rizzo, and G. Calafiore) and on robust control (with M. Pagone and C. Novara) will be presented by M. Ye and M. Pagone, respectively, at the upcoming IEEE CDC 2023. Moreover, the invited session Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Complex Systems (co-organized with M. Ye, M. Cao, and N. Leonard) will be held.