I am Full Professor of Computer Science at the School of Science and Technology, and
Coordinator of the PhD in Computer Science at the International School of Advanced Studies

Research and Education
I am leading the BioShape & Data Science Lab: A laboratory for exploring the power of Algebraic and Computational Topology with Formal Methods in the Data-driven modelling of complex systems such as interactions in RNA and Protein folding, and in the Immune System.
My research interests include: formal methods and concurrency theory; interactive computation and agent-oriented modelling; S[B] paradigm & self-adaptive systems. Recently, topological field theory of data and data languages. Link

I coordinated the EU FP7 FET Project TOPDRIM: Topology driven methods for multilevel complex systems
I am member of the EU COST Action IC1405 Reversible Computation: extending horizons of computing
I am the PI of the EU Erasmus+ KA2 Project DA.RE: Data Science Pathways to re-imagine education
I have organized the 2nd EATCS Young Researchers School on Understanding COMPLEXITY and CONCURRENCY through TOPOLOGY of DATA

Editor of special issues for the Theory of Natural Computing and for Complex Systems:
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Incoming Events

Open Problems in Concurrency Theory June 26-29, 2017, IST Vienna

My Recent Publications:

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The Topological Field Theory of Data: mining data beyond complex networks , in Advances in Disordered Systems, Random Processes and Some Applications, eds P. Contucci, C. Giardina', Cambridge University Press (2016)
The Topological Field Theory of Data: a program towards a novel strategy for mining data through data language , J. Physiscs: Conf. Series 626 (2015)
Topology driven modeling - the Immune System metaphor Natural Computing, vol. 14, issue 3 (2015)
Non Locality, Topology, Formal Languages: New Global Tools to Handle Large Data Sets Proceedings of ICCS (2013)

with Marco Piangerelli, Matteo Rucco and Luca Tesei
Topological Classifier for Detecting the Emergence Epiletic Searures Submitted, (2017)
with Nicola Paoletti and Luca Tesei
Adaptability checking in complex systems Science of Computing Programming, vol. 115-116 (2016)
with Matteo Rucco, Peter Sloot and Luca Tesei
Topological Characterization of Complex Systems: Using Persistent Entropy Entropy, 17(10), 6872-6892, (2015)

Emanuela Merelli, School of Science and Technology -- Division of Computer Science
Camerino University.
Last modified: March 2017 .