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Roberta Sinatra
Visiting Research Assistant Professor

Roberta Sinatra is an Assistant Professor at the Center for Network Science and at the Department of Mathematics, CEU, and a visiting Faculty at the Network Science Institute. She is a theoretical physicist by training, working at the forefront of network and data science, developing novel theoretical methods and analyzing empirical data sets on social phenomena and human behavior. Her research projects span topics as diverse as random walks and human mobility on networks, to quantifying human behavior during cooperative games by EEG measurements. Currently, she spends particular attention on the analysis and the modeling of information and dynamics that lead to the collective phenomenon of success. 

177 Huntington Ave, 11th floor
Boston, MA 02115
personal website
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Roberta Sinatra

Visiting Research Assistant Professor
lab website

Roberta Sinatra is an Assistant Professor at the Center for Network Science and at the Department of Mathematics, CEU, and a visiting Faculty at the Network Science Institute. She is a theoretical physicist by training, working at the forefront of network and data science, developing novel theoretical methods and analyzing empirical data sets on social phenomena and human behavior. Her research projects span topics as diverse as random walks and human mobility on networks, to quantifying human behavior during cooperative games by EEG measurements. Currently, she spends particular attention on the analysis and the modeling of information and dynamics that lead to the collective phenomenon of success. 

office location

177 Huntington Ave, 11th floor
Boston, MA 02115

contact

personal website
@robysinatra

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