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Alejandro Fabian Rozenfeld

Post-Doc Researcher

Post-Doc Researcher
Member type
CIBIO-InBIO, Universidade de Évora, Casa Cordovil 2ª Andar, Rua Dr. Joaquim Henrique da Fonseca, 7000-890 Évora, Portugal

Alejandro Fabian Rozenfeld has graduated in Physics (1998) and as Ph.D. in Physics (Complex Systems) in 2003 at the National University of La Plata, Argentina. He has also specialized in Complex Networks at Bar Ilan University, Israel (2001−2004). He owned a "Juan de la Cierva” researcher position at the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (IMEDEA) at Mallorca, Spain (2005−2009). There, he performed studies to understand patterns and dynamics in Population Genetics, Ecology and Biology applying analytical tools already developed in the field of Complex Systems. On 2010– 2011he worked as Researcher/Associated Professor at the Department of Physics, Balearic University, Spain, and at "Universidad del Centro”, Engineering Department, Buenos Aires, Argentina..

Since 2008 he is member of the LINCGlobal (International Laboratory on Global Change) performing numerical simulations and modelling of future environmental scenarios in order to assess the impacts of global change on macro-ecology. He currently owned a researcher contract from Portuguese Technology and Science Fundation to work on "dynamics on network models of species including biotic and abiotic interactions”.

Major Research Interests:

Statistical mechanics; Complex Systems. Theory and computer simulations. Self-organized systems. Phase transitions. Stochastic resonance and noise induced phase transitions. Percolation. Optimization. Statistical properties of polymer chains. Physics of disordered systems and fractals. Complex Networks. Medical physics. Statistical physics of biological and medical systems. Complexity in Sociology and Economics. Robotics and control. Artificial Intelligence. Global Change and its impacts on ecology.

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