Curriculum Vitae


Personal Details

  • Place of Birth: Massa Marittima (Gr)

  • Date of Birth: 06th January 1976

  • Citizenship: Italian

  • Email: andrea.guazzini@complexworld.com

  • Telephone: +39 050 315 3059 (work)

  • Mobile: +39 338 2316802


Current Position

  • Researcher at the Department of Science of Education and Psychology, University of Florence, Italy.


Community Services


  • Member of the Scientific Board for the PhD Curriculum of Complex Systems and Nonlinear Dynamics, within the PhD School on Information Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Florence, Italy.

  • Associate Researcher of the Centre for The Study of Complex Dynamics (CSDC) of the University of Florence.

  • Organizing Committee Member of CODYM - Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future

  • Responsible for the VirtHuLab, "Laboratory for the Study of Virtual Human Dynamics", University of Florence.

  • Scientific Committee Member of InPACT conference 2017 - "International Psychological Applications and Trends", 29th April, 1st May 2017, Budapest, Hungary.

  • Scientific Committee Member of InPACT conference 2016 - "International Psychological Applications and Trends", 30th April, 2nd May 2016, Lisbon, Portugal (web).

  • Program Committee Member of FOCAS@SASO2015 - "3rd FoCAS Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems", 21th September 2015 at SASO 2015, Boston, USA.

  • Program Committee Member of FOCAS@SASO2014 - ’2nd FoCAS Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Systems, 8th September 2014 at SASO 2014, London, UK.

  • Program Committee Member of SAOS’14 2nd International Workshop on “Self-optimisation in organic and autonomic computing systems”

  • Program Committee Member of SCA 2013, Satellite. "Collective Social Awareness and Relevance workshop (CSAR)" (web),

  • Program Committee Member of ECCS 2013, Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).

  • Mentors for the AWASS 2012 - Summer School.

  • Program Committee Member of ECCS 2012, Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).

  • Program Committee Member of ECCS 2011 Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).

  • Program Committee Member of "Extreme Events in Urban Dynamics" (2008), organized by the Centre for The Study of Complex Dynamics of the University of Florence (web).

  • Reviewer for the AIP journal: Chaos, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science.

  • Reviewer for the Elsevier journal: Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulations.

  • Reviewer for the Elsevier journal: Computer Communications.

  • Reviewer for the IEEE journal: Computer.

  • Reviewer for the Elsevier journal: Computer in Human Behavior.



Education

  • 2009 : Phd in Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Systems at the University of Florence

    • Thesis: Computational models of cognitive activity: from neural to social dynamics.

    • Supervisor: Prof. Franco Bagnoli.

  • 2008 : Nomination as expert on the field of “Computational Models of the Cognitive Activity” (Cultore della materia), Department of Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2006 : Membership of the Centre for The study of Complex Dynamics (CSDC), University of Florence.

  • 2005 : Qualified to practice the profession of Psychologist, Tuscany Psychologists Register, Italy.

  • 2004 : Nomination as expert on the field of “Theory and Techniques of research and data analysis in psychology” (Cultore della materia), Department of Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2004 : M Phil in Advanced Models of Data Analysis in Psychology at the university of Florence

    • Supervisor: Prof. RIccardo Luccio

  • 2004 : M Phil in Cognitive Evaluation and Neuropsychological assessment at the university of Florence

    • Supervisor: Prof.ssa. Maria Pia Viggiano

  • 2003 : Degree in Psychology at the University of Florence.

    • Thesis: e-Category Test: costruzione della prima versione italiana computerizzata e primi dati per la validazione.

    • Supervisors: Dott. Marco Giannini, Dott.ssa Rosapia Lauro-Grotto

  • 1995 : General certificate of education in Chemistry (perito chimico), ITIS B. Lotti, Massa Martittim, (GR), Italy.

  • 1992 : Professional programming course of COBOL and management of UNIX based systems. Infotirrena S.r.l., Follonica, (GR), Italy (2 years).




Courses and School


  • 2008 - Complexity in Social Dynamics: from the micro to the macro, organized by Universitè Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur, Belgium.

  • 2007 - Complex System Summer School, organized by Institut des Systèmes Complexes Paris Île-de-France , Paris, France. Thesis: Evolutionary multiagent model of Information analysis: Data driven processes VS Schema driven processes. Emergence of unconscious analysis of environmental information.

  • 2007 - Analysis and Control of Complex Network, organized by SICC (Italian Society of CAOS and Complexity), University of Milan, Italy.

  • 2006 - Soft Computing: Theories, Tecniques and Applications, organized by SICC (Italian Society of CAOS and Complexity), University of Milan, Italy.

  • 2006 - From Individual to Collective behaviour in large scale Complex Systems Soft Computing,organized by University of Manchester, Ambleside, UK.

  • 2004 - Gestalt therapy, Istituto di Psicoterapia Comparata (SPC), Florence, Italy.

  • 2004 - Morenian PSYCHODRAMA, Istituto di Psicoterapia Comparata (SPC), Florence, Italy.

  • 2003 - Theories and Tecniques of Psychological Assessment, Istituto di Psicoterapia Comparata (SPC), Florence, Italy.



Accademic working experience


  • 05/04/2012-:  Researcher at the Department of Science of Education andPsychology, University of Florence, Italy.

  • 01/01/2008-31/12/2011:  Researcher at the Institute of Informatics and Telematics of National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Pisa.

  • 01/01/2006-31/12/2008: PhD student at the Centre for the Study of Complex Dynamics (CSDC) of the University of Florence.

  • 01/01/2005-31/12/2006: Research Assistant for the courses of "Metodologia della Ricerca in Psicologia", and "Modelli Computazionali dell'Attività Cognitiva", Faculty of Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 01/09/2003-31/12/2004: Research assistant for the course of "Teorie e Tecniche dei Test Psicologici", Faculty of Psychology, University of Florence.


Other working experience


  • 01/01/2004-31/12/2004: Online counselor for students and psychologists. www.Vertici.it, School of Comparative Psychotherapy (SPC), Florence, Italy.

  • 01/01/1997-31/12/1999: Supervisor of the data entry services for the updating of the cadastral databases of the city of Florence (TARSU-ICI-IRPEF). Infotirrena S.r.l., Via della Pace, 44/A, Follonica, Grosseto, Italy.

  • 01/01/1996-31/12/1997: Software developer. Development of software for data mining and data management using COBOL and C++programming  languages. Infotirrena S.r.l., Via della Pace, 44/A, Follonica, Grosseto, Italy.


Participation in funded projects


  • H2020 - PROVA Prevention of violent Radicalization and Of Violent Actions in intergroup relations: (ERASMUS+ EACEA-05-2016). (2017-2018). Duration: 24 months. Total budget € 472 736

  • FP7 EC Science in Society - Project SciCafe 2.0: The SciCafe 2.0 project takes as its starting point the FP7 funded SciCafe project (Science in Society), in which a European network of science cafes has been developed. Science cafés are an informal and innovative way of communicating science and they represent a successful case for grassroot social innovation for citizens’ empowerment. One of the SciCafe project results was that science café proved to be an excellent tool for collective discussion, encouraging participation, knowledge building, knowledge sharing and creativity of individuals and communities. This suggests the possibility of extending science cafes to the virtual dimension by developing an appropriate ICT platform, starting from the positive research carried out for the first SciCafe project. The overall objective of the SciCafe 2.0 project is to foster the “science café” instrument making use of ICT-based instruments in a wiki-like form, with a bottom-up approach, in order to enhance collective awareness of relevant scientific issues (such as global warming, energy, biomedicine, etc.) and also investigate how science cafés can be exploited as a collective decision-making tool for approaching participative/electronic democracy issues. The social impact of the project will cover many dimensions. In addition to enhancing the development of a scientific culture at the local level, the SciCafe 2.0 ICT platform will develop a more effective and participatory scheme for the communication and circulation of scientific ideas in for the general public, through the sharing, exchange, and participation at a local and global scale. This will lead to a deeper understanding and management of social and environmental problems, at a collective level. Improving collective knowledge through sharing of data and competences is a crucial step towards social innovation. proposal number: 611299 call: FP7-ICT-2013-10


  • FP7 EC European Network of Excellence in Internet Science - EINS Open Call Project FOCAL: Foundations for Collective Awareness Platforms: Disruptive ideas for an Internet Science (2014-2015). Collective Awareness Platforms (CAPs) are currently viewed as a promising vehicle for unlocking the tremendous potential that technology-enabled, highly-connected, distributed and participatory human beings can bring about for the benefit of the society and the environment. However, CAPs largely rely on the collaboration and contributions of human beings with very different personality attributes and varying exposure to social influence. Their behaviours combine in different proportions (pure) altruism and rational selfishness (i.e., economic man), exhibit psychological and cognitive biases and are shaped by real and virtual communities they participate in. Moreover, many CAPs instances need to overcome the concerns of end users about the privacy of their data and locations; again, the intensity of these concerns varies broadly across the (candidate) contributors. Last, but not least, CAPs usually represent a paradigm of service provision that deviates from familiar rules and prescriptions of market and may stand competitively against purely commercial alternatives. For all these reasons, their wide adoption, sustainability, and effectiveness presents major challenges. The proposed action will leverage the skills and relevant work of its three-partner Consortium to systematically explore all different dimensions inherent in CAPs, including the market, social- and cognitivepsychological dimensions and their implications for their design and the user participation in them. These dimensions will drive a characterization/classification of CAPs, which will include the end user participation incentives, sometimes monetary and more often non-monetary, the value of the private information shared in the platform, their vulnerability to the free riding phenomena, and account for the different entities/players in the CAPs ecosystem. The work of FOCAL will inevitably involve literature surveys across widely different knowledge domains, but also preliminary efforts to derive novel modelling ideas and design experiments that will quantitatively capture the CAPs characterization attributes. FOCAL mainly contributes to the efforts of EINS JRA1 to develop a theory for Internet Science; in particular, it addresses the activities in JRA1 task R1.4 on “Collective intelligence”. At the same time, its work on CAPs characterization feeds the JRA6 activities on virtual communities (primarily task R6.1), while it is expected to interact with JRA5 (on the privacy aspects) and JRA7 (on aspects of resilience and vulnerability). Keywords: incentives, collective awareness, decision-making, social networks. Funded under: 7th FWP (Seventh Framework Programme). Duration: 12 months


  • FP7 EC FET-AWARE RECOGNITION Project: Relevance and cognition for self-awareness in a content-centric Internet (2010-2013). RECOGNITION will develop a radically new approach for embedding self-awareness in ICT systems. This will be based on the cognitive processes that the human species exhibits for self-awareness, seeking to exploit the fact that humans are ultimately the fundamental basis for high performance autonomic processes. This is due to the cognitive ability of the brain to efficiently assert relevance (or irrelevance), extract knowledge and take appropriate decisions, when faced with partial information and disparate stimuli. Using the psychological and cognitive sciences as concrete inspiration, our approach is to develop functional models of the core cognitive processes that allow humans to assert relevance and achieve knowledge from information. This involves mechanisms such as inference, belief, similarity and trust. These will be translated to the ICT domain by development of flexible RECOGNITION algorithms that can be imbedded in ICT on a flexible basis for self-awareness. We will demonstrate this new paradigm for Internet content. The future Internet will see ever- increasing amounts of content that needs to be effectively managed and acquired, often from portable devices and in diverse spatial and social situations. The massive scale of content will swamp the user with information, impeding effective management and relevant acquisition by the user. By exploiting the self-awareness capability we will enable the users, content and network to cope effectively in a scalable manner, thus making unprecedented amounts of relevant content available and unleashing new classes of applications that extract maximum utility from content. Funded under: 7th FWP (Seventh Framework Programme), Area: Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems (ICT-2009.8.5); Project reference: 257756. Total cost: 3.15 million euro. EU contribution: 2.4 million euro. Execution: From 2010-10-01 to 2013-09-30. Duration: 36 months



  • FP6 EC PATHFINDER – Measuring the Impossible Memory Project: “MEasuring and MOdelling Relativistic-like effects in brain and NCSs” (2007-2010). This project involves researchers of IIT-CNR (Italy), of SUPSI (CH), of the Libera Università “Vita Salute S.Raffaele” of Milan (Italy), and of Philipps-University Marburg (Germany). This project builds on recent psychophysical and neurophysiologic findings showing that as humans and animals move their eyes, their visual systems are subject to strong and robust (albeit transient) distortions of perceived space and time. It has been suggested, with strong supporting evidence, that these distortions may be relativistic-like consequences of the rapid remapping of neurones, necessary to compensate for the changes in retinal position produced by the eye movement. We plan to investigate and measure these phenomena with a multidisciplinary approach that combines the techniques of human psychophysics, functional magnetic imaging, animal neurophysiology and modelling within a Networked Control System (NCS). Funded under: 6th FWP (Sixth Framework Programme), Area: Measuring the impossible; Project reference: 43236 . Total cost: 1.45 million euro. EU contribution: 1.28 million euro. Execution: From 2007-03-15 to 2010-09-14. Duration: 42 months.



Visiting Position


  • 2016 (december): Invited researcher at Senseable City Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from December 14, 2016 through December 20, 2016. Title of the talk: “Human behavior in real and virtual environments”.
  • 2016 (september): Faculty of Psychology, Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, Croatia. Invited course entitled: “Human Virtual Dynamics and Social Network Psychology

  • 2016 (september): Invited professor at Faculty of Psychology, Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, Croatia. Invited course entitled: “Human Virtual Dynamics and Social Network Psychology”.

  • 2013 (december): Invited researcher at Istituto di Scienze e Tecniche della Cognizione Umana (ISTC) of the National Council of Research of Italy (CNR). Invited lecture entitled: “From Sociophysic to Cognitive Dynamics”.

  • 2012 (november): Invited researcher at Universität Augsburg - Lehrstuhl für Organic Computing. Eichleitnerstr. 30. 86159 Augsburg (De). Invited lecture entitled: “The architecture of a Tri-Partite Model of Cognition”. (Funded by the Awareness coordination action of the European Commision).

  • 2012 (march): Invited researcher at Instituto de Fisica Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Comlejos, Universidad de las Islas Baleares (IFISC). Invited lecture entitled: “Cognitive network structure of Human Virtual Interactions: a minority game experiment”.

  • 2010 (november): Invited researcher at Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, UK. Invited lecture entitled: “A Cognitive Heuristic based approach to the study of epidemics”.

  • 2010 (june): Invited researcher at Grupo Interdisciplinar de Sistemas Complejos, Departamento de Matematicas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. Lecture entitled:

  • 2009 (september): Invited researcher at Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, UK. Invited lecture entitled: “Cognitive network dynamics”.

  • 2008 (april): Invited researcher at Namur Center for Complex Systems (NAXYS) at the University of Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur, Belgium. Invited lecture entitled: “Complex system modeling of cognitive activity”.

  • 2007 (may): Invited researcher at School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester, UK. Invited lecture entitled: “The peace mediator effect: the role of openness of mind and affinity in a continuous opinion model”.

  • 2006 (december): Invited researcher at Namur Center for Complex Systems (NAXYS) at the University of Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur, Belgium. Invited lecture entitled: “Heuristic role in the Opinion Making Processes”.



Teaching


  • 2002 (April-July) Holder of a course entitled “Informatic: theory and standard applications”.  Biblioteca A. Gamberi, Roccastrada, (GR), Italy.

  • 2003 (April-July) Holder of a course entitled “Computer and Telematics”.  Biblioteca A. Gamberi, Roccastrada, (GR), Italy.

  • 2003-2004 Assistant of the course “Theory and Tecniques of Psychological Testing, Faculty of psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2003-2004 Assistant of the course “Theory and Tecniques of Data Analisys in Psychology, Faculty of psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2004 (January-April) Holder of a course entitled “Art and Psychology: Percorsi artistico percettivi nel territorio di Massa Marittima”.  Cooperativa Colline Metallifere, Massa Marittima, (GR), Italy.

  • 2004-2005 Assistant of the course “Metodology of research in psychology, Faculty of psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2004-2008 Assistant of the course “Metodology of research in psychology, Faculty of psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2008 Holder of the course “Medical Statistics, University master of “Diagnostica clinica strumentale e di laboratorio”, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence.

  • 2008-2009 Holder of the course “Social dynamics modelling” (8 hours), supplementary of the course of “Computational modelling of cognitive processes” Faculty of psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2009 Holder of the course “Statistics and Methodology of Research in medicine” (12 hours), Doctoral School of Anesthesia, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence.

  • 2009 Holder of the course “Statistics” (20 hours), University master of “Nursing and Obstetric Management”, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence.

  • 2011 Holder of the course “ Proposal Development and Project Management for the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Community” (8 hours), University master of “Nursing and Obstetric Management”, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence.

  • 2012 Holder of the course “Statistics”, University master of “Nursing and Obstetric Management”, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence.

  • 2012 Holder of the course “Human Cognitive Modeling: from the cognitive heuristics to their application on the ICT science” (30 hours), Institute of Informatics and Telematics (IIT), National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Pisa.

  • 2012 Mentor of the AWASS2012 summer school, organized by the Awareness Coordination Action (CA), of the FP7:FET Proactive Initiative: Self-Awareness in autonomic systems (40 hours). Holder of a case study entitled Cognitive modelling of community detection/definition, and cognitive based forecasting models of epidemics.  10th-16th June, Napier University, Edinburgh, (UK).

  • 2013 Holder of the course “Validitation of Clinical measures and tools”, PhD on “Ricerca in Scienze Cliniche - Indirizzo Scienze Infermieristiche”  (Coordinator Gacomo Laffi, responsible Prof.ssa Laura Rasero), University of Florence. http://www.unifi.it/cmpro-v-p-6891.html

  • 2013 Holder of the Module “Psychosocial dynamics of virtual groups”, within the course of “Group and Community Psychology” holded by Prof.ssa Patrizia Meringolo, Master of sceince degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2014 Holder of the Module “Virtual dynamics for application in Development Psychology”, within the course of “Development Psychology” holded by Prof.ssa Ersilia Menesini, Bachelor of science degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2014 Holder of the Module “Human virtual dynamics”, within the course of “Social Psychology” holded by Prof.ssa Ersilia Menesini, Bachelor of science degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2014/15 Holder of the University course “Group Psychology and Social relationships”, Bachelor degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2014/15 Holder of the University course “Application in Social Psychology”, Master of science degree in Social Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2014/15  Holder of the Course “Dynamics databases design for healthcare applications”, Doctoral course of Clinical Sciences, Director Prof. F. Annunziato, University of Florence.

  • 2014/15  Holder of the Course “European projects design and management”, Doctoral course of Clinical Sciences, Director Prof. F. Annunziato, University of Florence.

  • 2015/16 Holder of the University course “Group Psychology and Social relationships”, Bachelor degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2015/16 Holder of the University course “Psychology of Virtual Groups and Social Networks”, Master degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2015/16 Holder of the University course “Psychology of New Media”, Master degree in “Methods and Tecnique of Education”, Italian University Line, IUL.

  • 2016 Holder of the University course “Human Virtual Dynamics and Social Network Psychology”, Erasmus Teaching Programme, Faculty of Psychology, Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

  • 2016/17 Holder of the University course “Group Psychology and Social relationships”, Bachelor degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2016/17 Holder of the University course “Psychology of Virtual Groups and Social Networks”, Master degree in Psychology, University of Florence.

  • 2016/17 Holder of the University course “Psychology of New Media”, Master degree in “Methods and Tecnique of Education”, Italian University Line, IUL.

  • 2017 Holder of the course “Group and community psychology”. Corso, riconosciuto dalla Regione Toscana ai sensi dell’art. 17 comma 1 lett. B della L.R. 32/2002 con AD nr. 4016 del 28/10/2014 è realizzato dall’Agenzia Formativa FISM Regionale Toscana “Codice Accreditamento nr. FI0122, Florence.




Computer skills

  • Operating systems: Unix, Linux, Windows and Mac-Os

  • Programming & Computational: Matlab, Fortran, C/C++, Pearl, Java Script, SPSS, SAS, R, Visual Basic,  Grace, NETLOGO, Lisrel, Amos, Statistica, Pajek.

  • Drawing: Photoshop, Gimp, Gnuplot.

  • Word Processing: LATEX, Microsoft Word, Pages.

  • Other: Microsoft Excell, Microsoft PowerPoint, Openoffice, Keynote, Numbers, Dreamweaver, Soundforge, Nuendo, CoolEdit.




Research coordination tasks

2017-2020

Supervisor (50% with prof. Lucia Bigozzi and prof Patrizia Meringolo) of the PhD in Psychology (Florence) of Federica Stefanelli and Enrico Imbimbo.


2009-2016

Scientific coordinator of the laboratory for the study of the virtual human interactions (VirtHuLab: Virtual Human dynamics Laboratory), Centre for the Study of Complex Dynamics (CSDC) and Psychology Department, university of Florence.


2013-2016

Supervisor (50% with prof. Franco Bagnoli and prof Patrizia Meringolo) of the PhD in Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Systems (Florence) of Cristina Cecchini and Elisa Guidi.


2011-2013

Supervisor (50% with Franco Bagnoli) of the PhD in Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Systems (Florence) of Alessandro Cini and Emanuele Massaro.


2010

Supervisor (50% with R. Lauro Grotto) of the master thesis in Psychology (Florence) of Alessandro Cini. Title “Social Dynamics: dinamiche di piccolo gruppo in ambiente virtuale”.




Organization and commitees of schools, workshops, congresses and seminars.

5-6/9/2008 - Florence

Extreme events in Urban Dynamics,

Centre for the Study of Complex Dynamics and Energetic Department of the University of Florence.

http://www.csdc.unifi.it/upload/sub/ExtremeEvents/index.html


25/5/2011 - Florence

Human Virtual Dynamics Day (FP7 workshop for the RECOGNITION project)

Department of Psychology, University of Florence http://virthulab.complexworld.net/events/humanvirtualdynamicsday


12-16/9/2011 - Vienna

Program Committee Member of ECCS 2011 Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).


26-29/6/2012 - Arcidosso

Summer Solstice 2012 and BIOPHYS2012

Arcidosso, GR, Italy

BIOPHYS2012 (INFN TO61 experiment) - Methods of theoretical physics applied to biology, sociophysics and the relationship between psychology and computer sciences, themes of interest of the UE project RECOGNITION.

http://summersolstice2012.complexworld.net/organization


3-7/9/2012 - Bruxelles

Program Committee Member of ECCS 2012, Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).


17-18/6/2013 - Florence

Organizer of the final dissemination action for the FP7 European Project: RECOGNITION.

From Cognitive Activity to Artificial Self Awareness: Cognitive sciences, Social Psychology, Socio-Physics, and Computer Science: Models and Experiments, organized by the Centre for the Study of Complex Dynamics, University of Florence (web).


16-20/9/2013 - Barcellona

Program Committee Member of ECCS 2013, Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).


30/9-2/10/2013 - Karlsruhe

Program Committee Member of SCA 2013, International conference of Social Computing and its Applications. Satellite. "Collective Social Awareness and Relevance workshop (CSAR)" (web), organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).


25th-28th/02/2014 - Lübeck

Program Committee Member of SAOS’14 2nd International Workshop on „Self-optimisation in organic and autonomic computing systems“ (SAOS14) held within the 27th International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems (ARCS 2014), (web) .


22th-26th/09/2014 - Lucca

Organizing Committee Member of ECCS 2014 Satellite. "Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future", organized by the Complex Systems Society (web).


8th-12th/09/2014 - London, UK

Program Committee Member of FOCAS@SASO2014 - “2nd FoCAS Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Systems”, 8th September 2014 at SASO 2014, London, UK. (web)


15th-18th/09/2014 - Florence, IT

Organizing Committee Member of ISCS-2014, “Interdisciplinary Symposium on Complex Systems”

Florence, IT. (web)


21th/09/2015 - Boston, USA

Program Committee Member of FOCAS@SASO2015 - “3nd FoCAS Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Systems”, 21th September 2015 at SASO 2015, Boston, USA. (web)


12th-14th/09/2016 - Florence, IT

Program Committee Member of INSCI2016 - Openness, Collaboration and Collective Action. “3rd international conference on Internet Science”, 12th September, Florence, Italy. (web)


19th-23th/09/2016 - Rome, IT

Program Committee Member of SSC2016 - Social Simulation Conference 2016, 19th September, Rome, Italy. (web)





Other items

  • Good knowledge of Italian (mother tongue) and English; Basic knowledge of French and Spanish.



Conferences and Workshop


  • Naples, Italy, 22th-24th September 2016. XIV Annual Conference of Social Psychology, AIP - Italian National Association of Psychology. Title of the talk “Effetto Bustander in ambiente virtuale”. Authors: Guidi, E., Guazzini, A., Meringolo, P.
  • Philadelphia, U.S.A., 10th-13th August 2016. 38th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Title of the Talk “Simulating the cost of cooperation: A recipe for collaborative problem solving.” Authors: Lazzeri, A., Guazzini, A., Vilone, D., and Gronchi, G.
  • Dublin, Ireland, 22th-24th June 2016. 7th Living Knowledge Conference. Title of the talk “Challenges of online engagement and effective collaborations ”. Authors: Guazzini, A., Castellani, T., Valente, A., Balázs, B., Bagnoli, F., Pacini, G., Ferri, F., Grifoni, P., Badii, A. 
  • Lisbon, Portugal, 30th April, 2nd May 2016. InPact: International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends. Title of the talk “Being a positive bystander: the point of view of Italian and Brazilian students”. Authors: Guidi, E., Mandelbaum, B., Bosco, N., Guazzini, A., Meringolo, P.
  • Lisbon, Portugal, 30th April, 2nd May 2016. InPact: International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends. Title of the talk “Self-Stigma in mental health: planning effective programs for teenagers”. Authors: Bosco, N., Guazzini, A., Meringolo, P.

  • Lisbon, Portugal, 30th April, 2nd May 2016. InPact: International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends. Title of the talk “Self-Efficacy and Personality effect on participation and privacy: comparing italian and turkish samples”. Authors: Cecchini, C., Guazzini, A., Saraç, A., Donati, C., Meringolo, P.

  • Genova, Italy, 10th-12th December 2015. AISC conference “Language, Cognition & Society”. Title of the talk “Modellizzare processi di problem solving collettivo: un approccio simulativo”. Authors: Vilone, D., Guazzini, A., Donati, C., Nardi, A. and Levnajić., Z. (https://aisc2015.wordpress.com/).

  • Genova, Italy, 10th-12th December 2015. AISC conference “Language, Cognition & Society”. Title of the talk “Scambio di informazioni ed effetti reputazionali in un gioco competitivo tra adolescenti”. Authors: Giardini, F., Guazzini, A., Brigida, L., Vilone, D. and Paolucci, M. (https://aisc2015.wordpress.com/), [BEST PAPER AWARD].

  • İÇEL, TÜRKIYE 7th-9th, October, 2015.Title of the talk "Türk ve İtalyan Üniversite Öğrencilerinin Fonksiyonel Olmayan Tutumlarının Karşılaştırılması", 13. Ulusal Psikolojik Danışma ve Rehberlik Kongresi. Authors: Saraç A., Guazzini A. , Donati C. , Nardi A.,

  • Firenze - 18th-22th, May, 2015. 5th International Conference on Digital Health. Title of the contribute “Risk perception and epidemic spreading: How the interplay between physical contacts and information gathering can stop the infection”. Authors: Gronchi, G., Massaro, E., Guazzini, A., e Bagnoli, F.

  • Pistoia - 15th - 16th, May, 2015. 6th National conference on Alzheimer centres. Invited talk entitled: “Cognitive and multimedial stimulation in the APP age”.

  • Milano - 21th, March, 2015. CNOPUS school - L’Assistenza Globale alla Persona con Lesione Midollare. Invited talk entitled “Validation of clinical scales and instruments”.

  • Lucca - IMT. 22th-26th, September, 2014. ECCS2014- European Conference in Complex System - Satellite Codym. Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future. Title of the talk “Phase transitions in a society of reasonable contrarians and conformists”.

  • London - Imperial College. 8th-12t, September, 2014. SASO 2014 - Eighth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems. Title of the talk “Cognitive structure of collective awareness platforms (CAPs)”.

  • Lubiana 23 - 25 June, 2014. Summersolstice 2014 - 6th Conference on Discrete Models of Complex Systems. Title of the talk “Sociophysics of Human Virtual Dynamics”

  • Kyoto 1 - 12 December, 2013. SITIS2013 - The 9th International Conference on SIGNAL IMAGE TECHNOLOGY & INTERNET BASED SYSTEMS. Title of the talk “Evaluating cerebral cortex connectivity with local information algorithm

  • Karlsruhe, 30 September - 2 Ottobre  2013. CSAR’13 – Third international conference on Social Computing and its applications (SCA). Title of the talk “A local algorithm for detecting community structures in dynamic networks”.

  • Barcellona, 16-20 September 2013. ECCS’13 – European Conference on Complex System. Tnets satellite: Temporal Networks in Human Dynamics. Title of the talk “Revealing the dynamic social community structure in temporal networks given by human mobility"

  • Barcellona, 16-20 September 2013. ECCS’13 – European Conference on Complex System. CODYM satellite: Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future. Title of the talk “The stubborness effect: the relevance of psychological field topology”.

  • Taormina, 2 September 2013. ECAL2013 – 12th European Conference on Artificial Life. 1st FOCAS workshop on “Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems”. Title of the talk The Sociopsychological Ergonomy of the Collective Awareness Platforms”.

  • Milano, 1-2 July 2013. WIVACE 2013: Italian workshop on Artificial Life and Evolutionary Computation. Title of the talk: “Impact of local information in growing networks”. Emanuele Massaro, Andrea Guazzini, Franco Bagnoli and Henrik Olsson (WIVACE Program).

  • Lugano, 10-11 December 2012. BIONETICS 2012: 7th International Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing SystemsTitle of the talk: “Risk Perception in Epidemic Modeling in Networks with Community Structure”. F. Bagnoli, D. Borkmann, A. Guazzini, E. Massaro, S. Rudolph http://bionetics.org/2012/show/home.

  • Santorini, 24-27 September 2012. ACRI 2012 - Cellular automata for research and industry. Title of the talk: Community-detection cellular automata with local and long-range connectivity.” 

  • Lyon, 10-14 September 2012. SASO 2012 - Sixth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems, ASENSIS - WS9: First International Workshop on Adaptive Service Ecosystems: Nature and Socially Inspired Solutions. Title: “A cognitive-inspired model for self-organizing networks”. 

  • Bruxelles, 3-7 September 2012. ECCS’12 – European Conference on Complex System. CODYM satellite: Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future. Title of the talk “A small group minority game experiment”.

  • Edinburgh, 10-16 June 2012. AWASS2012 – Awareness Summer School. Self-Awareness in autonomic Systems. Title of the talk “From the Social Cognition and the Cognitive Heuristics to the modeling of the Self Awareness: the Tri-Partite Model”[Ref].

  • Vienna, 12-16 September 2011. ECCS’11 – European Conference on Complex System. CODYM satellite: Cultural and opinion dynamics: Modeling, Experiments and Challenges for the future. Title of the talk “Cognitive chatline network structure: an experimental study”.

  • Amsterdam, Ned, 31 May - 2 June 2010. ICCS2010 – International conference on computational sciences. Title of the talk: “Cognitive network dynamics in chatlines

  • Warwick, UK, 23-26 September 2009. ECCS’09 – European Conference on Complex System. Title of the talk “The Peace Mediator Effect

  • Lymassol, Cyprus, 14-17 September 2009. ICANN09. 19th International Conference on Artificial Neural Network. Title of the talk: “Information processing and timing mechanisms in vision

  • Padova, 12-14 Settembre 2008. Università degli Studi di Padova. X° Congresso nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Clinica e Dinamica 2008. Title of the talk: “Dinamica dei piccoli gruppi: uno studio di simulazione.”

  • Stockholm, September 7 - 9, 2008 NEUROINFORMATICS 2008, 1st INCF Congress of Neuroinformatics: Databasing and Modeling the Brain. Title of the talk: “Complex network model of visual timing during saccades.”

  • Venezia, 8-10 September 2008. Dipartimento di Scienze Sociali Cognitive e Quantitative - Univeristy' of Modena and Reggio Emilia and University Ca' Foscari Venezia WIVACE 2008 – Workshop Italiano di Vita Artificiale e Computazione Evolutiva. Title of the talk: “Meet, Discuss and Trust each other: large versus small groups.

  • Dresden, 4-5 October 2007 Technische Universität Dresden ECCS’07 – IACIA – Interacting agents, complexity and inter-disciplinary applications Title of the talk: “Modelling psychological information processes”.

  • Dresden, 1-3 October 2007 Technische Universität Dresden ECCS’07 – European Conference on Complex System Title of the talk: “Cognitive dissonance theory in an opinion dynamics model”.

  • Como, 17-19 September 2007 A.I.P. Associazione Italiana Psicologia XXI Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale. Title of the talk: “Modellizzazione di dinamiche sociali tramite sistemi ad agenti: dalla social cognition alle simulazioni numeriche dei fenomeni collettivi”.

  • Erice, 14-19 July 2007 Satellite Workshop of STATPHYS XXIII - Statistical physics of social dynamics: opinion, semiotic dynamics, and language. Title of the talk: “Modelling affinity in opinion dynamics.

  • Stockholm, 9-12 May 2007 XIIIth congress of E.A.W.O.P.: European Work Organizational Psychology Title of the talk: “Burnout versus well-being measure of the organizational and relationship factors.

  • Arcidosso, 06-08 September 2006 Biophys 06: Back to the Nature (I.N.F.N. Worskshop) Title of the talk: “Opinion Dynamics: the role of affinity and social temperature.”

  • Cagliari, 18-20 September 2005 XIX Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale. Title of the talk: “Verifica della struttura fattoriale dell’e-YCCT tramite l’impiego dei modelli di equazioni strutturali (MES)”.

  • Zadar, 2-4 June 2005 7th Alps-Adria conference in Psychology. Title of the talk: “Confirmatory factor analysis of the italian computerized version of the young children category test”. 

  • Zadar, 26-29 May 2004 Department of Psychology – University of Zadar 14th Psychological Days. Title of the talk: “Computerized Halstead Category Test: using structural equation modeling to explain the three latent factors of the task”.

  • Bari, 22-25 September 2003 A.I.P. - Associazione Italiana Psicologia XVII Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale. Title of the talk: “Versione Italiana Computerizzata dell’Halstead Category Test: costruzione e primi dati su di un campione italiano


Pubblications


61) Guazzini, A., Duradoni, M., & Gronchi, G. (2016, December). The selfish vaccine Recipe: A simple mechanism for avoiding free-riding. In Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2016 (pp. 3429-3439).


60) Di Fabio, A., Palazzeschi, L., Bucci, O., Guazzini, A., Gori, A. (2016). The challenge of fostering healthy organizations: An empirical study on the role of workplace relational civility in acceptance of change and well-being.Frontiers in Psychology, 7, pages 1748. URL=http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01748; DOI=10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01748; ISSN=1664-1078. (IF. 2.463).


59) Ruggiero, C., Bonamassa, L., Pelini, L., Prioletta, I., Cianferotti, L., Metozzi, A., ... & Mecocci, P. (2016). Early post-surgical cognitive dysfunction is a risk factor for mortality among hip fracture hospitalized older persons.Osteoporosis International, 1-9.


58) Cavalli, L., Guazzini, A., Cianferotti, Parri, S., Cavalli, T., Metozzi, A., Giusti, F., Fossi, C., Black, D., Brandi, M.L. (2016 September). Prevalence of osteoporosis in the Italian population and main risk factors: results of BoneTourCampaign. BMC Musculoskelet Disord (2016) 17: 396. doi:10.1186/s12891-016-1248-8


57) Guazzini, A., Cecchini, C., & Guidi, E. (2016, September). Small Group Processes on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. In International Conference on Internet Science (pp. 123-132). Springer International Publishing.


56) Perfumi, S. C., Cardelli, C., Bagnoli, F., & Guazzini, A. (2016, September). Conformity in Virtual Environments: A Hybrid Neurophysiological and Psychosocial Approach. In International Conference on Internet Science (pp. 148-157). Springer International Publishing.


55) Duradoni, M., Bagnoli, F., & Guazzini, A. (2016, September). Non-trivial Reputation Effects on Social Decision Making in Virtual Environment. In International Conference on Internet Science (pp. 115-122). Springer International Publishing.


54) Stefanelli, F., Imbimbo, E., Bagnoli, F., & Guazzini, A. (2016, September). Collective Intelligence Heuristic: An Experimental Evidence. In International Conference on Internet Science (pp. 42-54). Springer International Publishing.


53) Guazzini, A., Cecchini, C., Guidi, E., Milani, M., Meringolo, P. (2016). Excessive Self-Presentation on Facebook One Year of Analysis of Online Posting. Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science. Volume 5, Number 1, pp 16-24. ISSN:2309-012X(Print), ISSN:2309-0138(Online)


52) Guidi, E., Magnatta, G., Guazzini, A. and Meringolo, P. (2016). Intimate partner sexual violence: an overview of the problem in Italy.  The Australian Community Psychologist. Volume 28,  Number 1. ISSN: 1835-7393 (Electronic) 1835-7393


51) Gronchi, G., Raglianti, M., Noventa, S., Lazzeri, A., Guazzini, A. (2016). Modeling the overalternating bias with an asymmetric entropy measure. Frontiers in Psychology. Volume 7,  Number 01027. URL=http://www.frontiersin.org/Journal/Abstract.aspx?s=956&name=quantitative_psychology_and_measurement & ART_DOI=10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01027. DOI=10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01027. ISSN=1664-1078 (IF: 2,463)     


50) Vilone, D., Carletti, T., Bagnoli, F., Guazzini, A. (2016). The Peace Mediator effect: Heterogeneous agents can foster consensus in continuous opinion models, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, Volume 462, 15 November 2016, Pages 84-91, ISSN 0378-4371, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2016.06.082.
(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378437116303508) (IF: 1,785).


49) Calamassi, D., Nannelli, T., Guazzini, A., Bambi, S., Gioachin, G., Pini, R., & Rasero, L. (2016). High-Fidelity in Urgency-Emergency Simulation: validation of a tool to determine the satisfaction of participants. Acta Bio Medica Atenei Parmensis, 87(2-S), 28-37. (h5: 14)


48) Capecchi, L., Guazzini, A., Lorini, C., Santomauro, F., & Bonaccorsi, G. (2015). The first italian validation of the most widespread health literacy assessment tool: the Newest Vital Sign. Epidemiologia e prevenzione, 39(4 Suppl 1), 124. (h5: 12))


47) A Guazzini, D Vilone, C Donati, A Nardi, Z Levnajic (2015). Modeling crowdsourcing as collective problem solving. Sci. Rep. 5, 16557; doi: 10.1038/srep16557 (2015). (IF: 5.578)


46) Guazzini, A., Cini, A., Bagnoli, F., & Ramasco, J. J. (2015). Opinion dynamics within a virtual small group: the stubbornness effect. Frontiers in Physics, 3, 65. doi: 10.3389/fphy.2015.00065 (IF: -)


45) Guazzini, A., Yoneki, E., Gronchi, F.  Cognitive dissonance and Social influence effects on preference judgements: an eye tracking based system for their automatic assessment, International Journal of Human-Computer studies, Volume 73, pp. 12-18, (2015). doi: 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2014.08.003  (IF: 1.830)


44) Bambi, S., Becattini, G., Giusti, G. D., Mezzetti, A., Guazzini, A., & Lumini, E. (2014). Lateral hostilities among nurses employed in intensive care units, emergency departments, operating rooms, and emergency medical services: a national survey in Italy. Dimensions of critical care nursing, 33(6), 347-354. DOI: 10.1097/DCC.0000000000000077 (IF: -)


43) Bagnoli, F., Guazzini, A., Pacini, G., Stavrakakis, I., Kokolaki, E., & Theodorakopoulos, G. (2014, September). Cognitive structure of collective awareness platforms. In Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshops (SASOW), 2014 IEEE Eighth International Conference on (pp. 96-101). IEEE.


42) Metozzi, A., Brandi, M. L., Black, D., Fasano, A., Di Tanna, G. L., Piscitelli, P., ... & Prioletta, I. (2014). Code study: connections between outcomes of osteoporosis fractures, depression, delirium & dementia in the elderly. In Osteoporosis international (Vol. 25, pp. S226-S227). 236 Grays Inn Rd, 6TH floor, London WC1X 8HL, England: Springer London LTD. (h5: 85)


41) Gronchi, G., Guazzini, A., Massaro, E., Bagnoli, F.  Mapping cortical functions with a local community detection algorithm, Journal of Complex Networks, pag 1-17, (2014).doi:10.1093/comnet/cnu035 (IF: -)

40) Massaro, E., Olsson, H. , Guazzini, A.  and Bagnoli, F.  Cognitive-inspired algorithm for growing networks, Natural Computing 13(3), pag. 379-390, (2014). Doi: 10.1007/s11047-014-9444-7 (IF: 0.757)

39) Lauro Grotto, R., Guazzini, A., and Bagnoli, F. Metastable structures and size effects in small group dynamics. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(699), (2014), DOI=10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00699, ISSN=1664-1078, (web) (IF: 2.600)

38) Bagnoli, F., Borkmann, D., Guazzini, A., Massaro, E., Rudolph, S. Modeling Epidemic Risk Perception in Networks with Community Structure. BIONETICS 2012, Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, Volume 134, 2014, pag 283-295, (2014) (IF: -)

37) Gronchi, G., Guazzini, A., Bagnoli, F., Massaro, E. Evaluating cerebral cortex connectivity with local information algorithm. Internation Conference on Signal-Image Technology & Internet-Base Systems, 454-461. ( 2013) Doi: 10.1109/SITIS.2013.80 (IF: -)

36) A., Dal Molin, C., Gatta, V., Derossi, A., Guazzini, A., Cocchieri, E., Vellone, R., Alvaro, L., Rasero. Hospital Discharge: Results From an Italian Multicenter Prospective Study Using Blaylock Risk Assessment Screening Score. International journal of nursing knowledge 12/2013; DOI:10.1111/2047-3095.12016 (IF: 0.404)

35) Marini, F., Parri, S., Masi, L., Ciuffi, S., Guazzini, A., Fabbri, S., Luzi, E., Cianferotti, L., Brandi, M.L. COL1A1 Sp1 variation and bone phenotypes in an Italian population. Clinical Cases in Mineral and Bone Metabolism 05/2013; 10(2):133-8. (2013) (IF: -)

34) Massaro, E., Olsson, H., Guazzini, A. and Bagnoli, F.. Impact of local information in growing networks.  EPTCS 130 - Proceedings of Wivace 2013 - Italian Workshop on Artificial Life and Evolutionary Computation. Milan, Italy, July 1-2, 2013. Edited by: Alex Graudenzi, Giulio Caravagna, Giancarlo Mauri and Marco Antoniotti. Published: 30th September 2013. DOI: 10.4204/EPTCS.130. ISSN: 2075-2180 (2013) (IF: -)


33) Cini, A., Guazzini, A. Human virtual communities: affinity and communication dynamics. Advances in Complex Systems (ACS), October 2013, Vol. 16, No. 07 - Page: 1350034, (2013), doi: 10.1142/S0219525913500343 (IF: 0.968)


32) Massaro, M., Valerio, L., Guazzini, A., Passarella, A., Bagnoli, F. A local algorithm for detecting community in dynamics networks,  arXiv:1307.3003v1 [physics.soc-ph] 11 Jul 2013. (http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.3003) (2013) (IF: -)


31) Guazzini, A., Vilone, D. Bluffing as a Rational Strategy in a Simple Poker-Like Game Model, Journal of Complex Systems, vol. 2013, Article ID 390454, 6 pages, 2013. doi:10.1155/2013/390454. (2013) (IF: -)

30) Guazzini, A. A cognitively inspired model for self-aware agents. Awareness Magazine. 24 January 2013. web: http://www.awareness-mag.eu/view.php?source=004625-2013-01-23 DOI:  10.2417/3201301.004625 (2013) (IF: -)


29) Arnaboldi, V, Guazzini, A., Passarella, A.,  Egocentric Online Social Networks: Analysis of Key Features and Prediction of Tie Strength in Facebook. Computer Communications, Volume 36, Issues 10–11, June 2013, Pages 1130–1144. (2013) (IF: 1.695)


28) Borkmann, D.; Guazzini, A.; Massaro, E.; Rudolph, S., "A Cognitive-Inspired Model for Self-Organizing Networks," Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshops (SASOW), 2012 IEEE Sixth International Conference on , vol., no., pp.229,234, 10-14 Sept. 2012 - doi: 10.1109/SASOW.2012.47 - URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6498408&isnumber=6498360 (2012) (IF: -)


27) Conti F, Piscitelli P, Italiano G, Parma A, Caffetti MC, Giolli L, Di Tanna GL, Guazzini A, Brandi ML. Adherence to Calcium and Vitamin D supplementations: results from the ADVICE Survey. Clin Cases Miner Bone Metab. 2012 Sep;9(3):157-60. Epub 2012 Dec 20. (2012) (IF: -)


26) A. Dal Molin, S. McMillan, F. Zenerino, V. Rattone, S. Grubich, A. Guazzini, L. Rasero. Validity and reliability of the Italian Constipation Assessment Scale. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 2012 Jul;18(7):321-5. (2012), DOI:10.12968/ijpn.2012.18.7.321 (IF: -)


25) Guazzini, A., Cini, A., Lauro Grotto, R., Bagnoli, F. Virtual Small Group Dynamics: a quantitative experimental framework.  Vol.1 Iss.2, pp 10-16,  the Journal of Review of Psychology Frontier (RPF), (2012). (IF: -)


24) Guazzini, A., Bagnoli, F. Carletti, T., Vilone, D., Lauro Grotto, R. Cognitive network structure: an experimental study. Advanced in complex systems, (ACS), Volume No.15, Issue No. 6, pp 12500. DOI:  10.1142/S0219525912500841 (2012) (IF: 0.968)


23) F. Bagnoli, A. Guazzini., and E. Massaro. Community-detection cellular automata with local and long-range connectivity. In G.C. Sirakoulis and S. Bandini (Eds.): ACRI 2012, LNCS 7495, pp. 204–213, 2012. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2012)  (IF: -)


22) Massaro, E., Guazzini, A., Bagnoli, F, Liò, P. Information dynamics algorithm for detecting communities in networks. Journal of Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 17(11): 4294 – 4303, 2012,  DOI: 10.1016/j.cnsns.2012.03.023 (2012). (IF: 2.879)


21) Guazzini, A., Vilone, D. (2011), "Social Aggregation as a Cooperative Game", Physica A.,Volume 390, Issue 14, 15 July 2011, Pages 2716–2727 Elsevier DOI: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2011.03.024) (2011). (IF: 1.732)


20) Guazzini, A., Liò, P., Passarella, A., Conti, M. (2010), "Modeling perisaccadic time perception", Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 12, December 2010, Pages 1133-1142. DOI:10.4236/jbise.2010.312147 (2010). (IF: 0.872)


19) Abdulcadir, O.H., Capecchi, R., Catania, L., Gattai A., Guazzini, A., Scarselli, V., "Trattamento e cura delle complicanze MGF", In Sessualità e culture. Mutilazioni genitali femminili: risultati di una ricerca in contesti socio-sanitari, a cura di Morrone, A. E Sannella, A., pages 141-158, Franco Angeli, Milano. ISBN 13: 9788856814958  (2010) (IF: -)

18) Guazzini, A., Lió, P., Bagnoli, F., Passarella, A., and Conti, M. "Cognitive network dynamics in chatlines". Procedia Computer Science, Volume 1, Issue 1, May 2010, Pages 2349-2356. ICCS 2010. DOI:10.1016/j.procs.2010.04.265 (2010). (IF: -)


17) Guazzini, A., Liò, P., Passarella, A., Conti, M. (2009) "Information processing and timing mechanisms in vision". ICANN 2009, LNCS, Volume 1, Pages 325-334.DOI10.1007/978-3-642-04274-4_34 (2009). (IF: -)

16) Guazzini, A. (2009). Phd Thesis. "Computational models of cognitive activity: from neural to social dynamics". Centre for the study of complex dynamics, University of Florence. (IF: -)


15) Bagnoli., F., Guazzini, A., Liò, P. (2008). “Human Heuristic for Autonomous Agents”, In P. Li\`{o} et al. editors, BIOWIRE 2007, LNCS 5151, pages 340-351, Springer--Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008. DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-92191-2_30. (IF: -)

14) Bagnoli., F., Carletti, T., Fanelli, D., Guarino, A., Guazzini, A. (2008). “Meet, Discuss and Trust each other: large versus small groups”, proceedings WIVACE 2008,  In R. Serra et al.editors. artificial life and evolutionary computation, 213-224, 2009. (IF: -)

13) Guazzini, A., Lauro-Grotto, R., Carletti, T., Fanelli, D., Guarino, A.. (2008). “Dinamica dei piccoli gruppi: uno studio di simulazione”. Estratti del X° congresso nazionale di psicologia clinica e dinamica. Padova, Cluep Editore. (IF: -)


12) Bagnoli., F., Carletti, T., Fanelli, D., Guarino, A., Guazzini, A. (2008).. Dynamical affinity in opinion dynamics modeling", Phys. Rev. E, 76, 066105. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.76.066105. (IF: 2.288)

11) Bagnoli., F., Carletti, T., Fanelli, D., Guarino, A., Guazzini, A. (2007). “Birth and Death in a Continuous Opinion Dynamics Model. The consensus case”, The European Physical Journal B 64 2 (2008) 285-292. DOI: 10.1140/epjb/e2008-00297-3. (IF: 1.345)

10) Guazzini, A. (2007). “Modellizzazione di dinamiche sociali tramite sistemi ad agenti: dalla social cognition alle simulazioni numeriche dei fenomeni collettivi”, XXI Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale: Proceedings, Como (2007). (IF: -)

9) Gattai, A., Guazzini, A., Capecchi, R., Marocci, G. (2007). “Burnout versus well-being measure of the organizational and relationship factors.” Proceedings of XIIIth EAWOP international conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-12.5.2007. (IF: -)

8) Donati Della Lunga, S., Guazzini, A., Martellucci, P., Raffagnino, R. (2006). “Body Art tra i giovaniSalute e Prevenzione, Rassegna italiana delle tossicodipendenze. n° 45/2006, p. 112 - 128. (IF: -)

7) Guazzini. A, Lauro-Grotto, R. e Giannini, M. (2006). “Versione computerizzata dell'Halstead Category Test: primi dati su un campione italiano”. Testing Psicometria Metodologia. Vol. 13, No. 2, 91-106. (IF: -)

6) Guazzini, A. e Lauro-Grotto, R.: “Verifica della struttura fattoriale dell’e-YCCT tramite l’impiego dei modelli di equazioni strutturali (MES)”. XIX Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, Università di Cagliari: Cagliari (2005). (IF: -)

5) Guazzini, A. e Urpe, M.: “Confirmatory factor analysis of the italian computerized version of the young children category test”. 7th Alps-Adria conference in Psychology. International conference of psychology Congresso Internazionale di Psicologia, Università di Zara (Croazia): Department of Psychology, University of Zadar (2005). (IF: -)

4) Guazzini, A. e Menzione, M.(2004): “Computerized Halstead Category Test: using structural equation modeling to explain the three latent factors of the task”. “14th Psychology Days in Zadar” International Conference of Psyhology, Zadar University (Croatia): Znanstvena knjiznica Zadar. (IF: -)

3) Guazzini, A. (2004), “Breve storia della diagnosi del danno cerebrale”, Neuroscienze.net, Anno 1, Vol. 1, n° 0. (IF: -)


2) Guazzini.A. (2004), “Lo studio delle funzioni cognitive”, Neuroscienze.net, Anno 1, Vol. 1, n° 1. (IF: -)

1) Guazzini, A.,Lauro-Grotto, R. e Giannini, (2003) M.: “Versione Italiana Computerizzata dell’Halstead Category Test: Primi dati su di un campione italiano”. Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, dell'Associazione Italiana di Psicologia, Bari, pp.518-528. (IF: -)




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