Here is a list of the Master Theses carried out by former students of the our Master of Science programme

YEAR

THESIS TITLE

NAME

SURNAME

SUPERVISOR

TRACK

           

2023

Optimal cellular strategies for growth in uncertain environments

RAFFAELE

MENDOZZA

Andrea De Martino (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2023

Neuronal classification based on high spatial and temporal resolution extracelluler electrophysiological recordings performed using HD-MEAS

FRANCESCO

MODENA

Andread Hierleman (ETH, Zürich)

National

2023

Model-data fusion of chlorophyll fluorescence for reducing uncertainties in large-scale simulations of plant photosynthesis and transpiration

LORENZO FRACESCO

DAVOLI

Fabienne Maignan & Camille Abadie (LSCE, Paris)

National

2023

Effects of Doping on Stripe Order and Superconductivity in Cuprates: A Variational Monte Carlo Approach

ANTONIO

LE CHIARA

Luca F. Tocchio (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2023

Role of interactions in a 1-dimensional model of stochastic transport

ALEX

PANINFORMI

Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino), Marco Pretti (CNR)

National

2023

Sampling of multi-modal distributions assisted with mixtures of normalizing flows

ELENA

PIERANNUNZI

Marylou Gabrié (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris), Giulio Biroli (ENS, Paris)

International

2023

First Passage Time statistics in  cell trajectories

ANDREA

SICILIANO

Carla Bosia (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Structure and Dynamics on Single-Crystalline Superconductor LaPt2Si2

IRENE

SANLORENZO

Renato Gonnelli (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Impact of Encoding Techniques on the Classification of Raw Time-Variant Signals with Spiking
Neural Networks

RICCARDO

PIGNARI

Gianvito Urgese, Evelina Forno, Vittorio Fra (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

A new metric for the interpretability of artificial neural networks in medical diagnosis applications.

NICCOLO'

MANFREDI SELVAGGI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Image Reconstruction via Expectation Propagation with auxiliary informative variables

FRANCESCO

UDINE

Alfredo Braunstein, Anna Paolo Muntoni (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Coherent electron transport in nanowires with spin-orbit coupling

LEONID

GOGIN

Fabrizio Dolcini (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

HGF.jl: a Julia package for Hierarchical Gaussian
Filter fitting and simulation.

JACOPO

COMOGLIO

Andrea Pagnani (Poltecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Theory and Simulations of Microcavity Dissipative Kerr Solitons in the presence of Mode Interactions with Applications to Low-Noise Microwave Generation

ANDREA CARMELO

TRISCARI

Tobias J. Kippenberg (EPFL, Lausanne), Vittorio Penna (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Stochastic Resonance in Human Low Level Visual Processing

CARLO

PARIS

Peter Neri (ENS, Paris), Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

A Non-equilibrium model of the ParBS bacterial system

ANDREA

SALATI

Andrea Pagnani (Poltecnico di Torino)

National

2022

A bistable model for active domain formation on cell membranes

PASCAL CHRISTOPHER

IULIANO

Andrea Gamba (Poltecnico di Torino)

National

2022

A model of joint hippocampal and cortical representation of space and context

FABIO

VENETO

Johnatan Aljadeff (UC San Diego, USA), Andrea Pagnani (Poltecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Conservation laws and temporal witnesses of non-classicality

GIUSEPPE

DI PIETRA

Chiara Marletto (Wolfson College, Oxford, UK), Arianna Montorsi (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Stochastic transport of interacting particles: a heterogeneous 1-dimensional model

BEATRICE

MINA

Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino), Marco Pretti (CNR)

National

2022

Self-Organized Molecular Sorting on Fluid Membranes

RICCARDO

ROSSETTO

Luca Dall'Asta & Andrea Gamba (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Network approach to Circular Economy: heavy metals and plastic cycle accumulation analysis

GIULIO

GALFRE'

Stefano Battiston (University of Zürich), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Climate financial risk evaluation using a conditional VAR model: an application to the European electricity sector

LORENZO

DI FILIPPO

Stefano Battiston (University of Zürich), Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Non-equilibrium crystallisation across a dynamical phase transition

LEONARDO

GALLIANO

Ludovic Berthier (Université de Montpellier), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Mathematical modelling of intermittent radiotherapy protocols for recurrent high-grade glioma

FRANCESCO

ALBANESE

Marcello E. Delitala (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

A two-component model for phase separation driven molecular sorting

SILVIA

VARESCHI

Andrea Gamba & Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Attention Based Direct Coupling Analysis for Protein Structure Prediction

FRANCESCO

CAREDDA

Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Continuum background suppression using Deep Learning for the Belle II experiment

LUCIANA

TANZARELLA

Hans-Gunther Moser (Max Planck Inst., Munich), Alfredo Braunstein (Poltecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Deep Learning techniques for Natural Language Processing: A multilingual encoder model for NLI task

ALESSANDRO

MANENTI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Equitable Data Evaluation in Graph Machine Learning

FRANCESCO PAOLO

NERINI

Paolo Bajardi & André Panisson (CENTAI), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Data-driven characterization of viral events on social networks: sustainability issues in the palm oil production

ELENA

CANDELLONE

Yamir Moreno Vega & Alberto Aleta Casas (Universidad de Zaragoza), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Surveillance-based estimates of the reproductive number may be biased in spatially structured populations

PIERO

BIRELLO

Eugenio Valdano (INSERM, Paris), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Faithful playground for online social dynamics studies: a calibrated, agent-based model and recommender systems

PAUL

BOUCHAUD

David Chavalarias (CNRS, Paris), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

 

2022

Gaussian states manipulation in optomechanical systems

LORENZO

BINI

Francesco P. Massel (University of South-Eastern Norway), Vittorio Penna (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Active-absorbing transition in the linear perceptron model

FRANCESCO

MORRI

Pier Francesco Urbani (Université Paris-Saclay), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

A fundamental bound to quantum information processing

MARCO

ROBBIO

Davide Girolami (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Shape formation in active liquid crystals by topological defects

CAMILLE MARIE

THIBAULT

Carles Blanch Mercader (Institut Curie, Paris), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

 

2022

A machine learning approach to musical success prediction and genre emergence

CLAUDIO

ASCIONE

Giulio Prevedello (Sony Computer Science, Paris), Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

PID-APOLO locus in Arabidopsis thaliana: quantitative modelling for inferring operational principles

ROBERTO

NETTI

Silvia Grogolon (Sorbonne Université), Olivier Martin (Institute for Plant Sciences, Paris Saclay), Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Allostery and hydration dynamics: a molecular dynamics study of dihydrofolate reductase

SALVATORE

DI MARCO

Damien Laage (ENS, Paris), Olivier Rivoire (ESPCI, Paris), Andrea Gamba (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Economic Complexity Algorithms in Complex Networks: Applications to Economics and Ecology

EMANUELE

CALO'

Vito D.P. Servedio (Complexity Science Hub, Vienna), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of endogenous fluctuations in systems of heterogeneous interacting agents

SEBASTIANO

MESSINA

Matteo Marsili (ICTP), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Characterization Measurements of Metabolic Hypergraphs

PIETRO

TRAVERSA

Yamir Moreno Vega (Universidad de Zaragoza), Guilherme Ferraz de arruda (CENTAI, Torino); Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Bayesian variable selection for environment-dependent phylogenetic models of diversification

MATTIA

TARABOLO

Hélène Morlon (ENS, Paris), Julien Clavel (CNRS, Lyon), Andrea Gamba (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Enhancing blood clot simulations by Deep Learning and Model Order Reduction techniques

ALESSANDRO

LONGHI

Didier Lucor (CNRS, Orsay), Amélie Fau (Université Paris Saclay), Andrea Gamba (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Optimization of an RNA coarse-grained force field with Machine Learning

GIANLUCA

LOMBARDI

Samuela Pasquali (Université de Paris), Frédéric Lechenault (ENS, Paris), Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Local scale atmospheric transport modelling for the quantification of methane emissions from industrial and landfill sites

SAMUEL

TAMAGNONE

Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2022

Anomalous metallic phases induced via ionic gate-driven intercalation of hydrogen and hydrogen-rich ions

JESSICA

MONTAGNA BOZZONE

Renato Gonnelli & Erik Piatti (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Accelerated dynamics of spin glasses: a test of the swap method

GREIVIN ANTONIO

ALFARO MIRANDA

Leticia Cugliandolo & Marco Tarzia (Sorbonne Université, Paris)

International

2022

Pressure waves propagation in hydraulic networks

ELIA

ALTIMANI

Riccardo Ridolfi & Riccardo Vesipa (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Tuning metallic and superconducting phases of 2D transition metal dichalcogenides by ionic-gate induced intercalation of hydrogen and hydrogen-rich ions

DARIA

FERRARIS

Renato Gonnelli (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

Coevolution of individual perception and cooperative behavior in the Norm Compliance Dilemma

SARA

GHIVARELLO

Alberto Antonioni (Carlos III University of Madrid)

International

2022

Models of cell membrane patterning via diffusion-controlled phase separation

GABRIELE

RIGANO

Andrea Gamba (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2022

A Minimal Model of Inoculum-Dependent Growth in Cancer Cell Cultures

MATTIA

TARCHINI BOJCZUK

Carla Bosia (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Maximum entropy modelling for inference in biological sequences analysis

MATTEO

DE LEONARDIS

Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Complex Systems Methods to describe Financial Time Series

EMANUELE

RICCO

Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Unsupervised video anomaly detection using 3D CNNs and novelty detection techniques

ADRIAN KHALIL

LOPEZ RAVEN

Andrea Bottino (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Unsupervised video anomaly detection using 3D CNNs and novelty detection techniques

EUGENIO

MARINELLI

Andrea Bottino (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Modeling the spread of COVID-19 in New York City and the impact of socio-economic inequalities

CLAUDIA

DE CEGLIE

Michele Tizzoni (Università di Trento), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Community detection in heterogeneously attributed networks

NICOLO'

ZOTTINO

Caterina De Bacco (Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Minimal parsimonious chunking of written language: investigating the storage-computation trade-off as a driving principle in chunk formation

FRANCESCA

DI GIOVANNI

Davide Crepaldi (SISSA), Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Decoding model for decision task under risk

OSCAR DANIEL

DUFOUR

Rava Azeredo da Silveira (IOB, Basel), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

 

2021

Modeling the boundaries of social norms online

SARA

DE CANDIA

Francesco Bonchi (CENTAI, Turin), Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic noise-induced bimodality in post transcriptional regulation experiments

VALERIA

FAMA'

Carla Bosia (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2021

A mean field games application to pedestrain dynamics

MATTEO

BUTANO

Denis Ullmo (Université Paris Saclay)

International

2021

Self-organization of active mixtures

ALBERTO

DINELLI

Julien Tailleur (Université Paris Diderot), Martin Lenz (Université Paris Saclay)

International

2021

Kernel methods performance in high dimensional phase retrieval: a
statistical physics perspective

LUCA

PESCE

Florent Krzakala (EPFL, Lausanne)

International

2021

Optogenetic perturbations to unveil brain-scale functional organization in zebrafish larva

ALEXANDRE MARIUS P.A.

NAULEAU

Georges Debregas (CNRS, Paris), Volker Bormuth (Sorbonne Université, Paris)

 

2021

Biologically plausible learning algorithms for recurrent neural networks 

MATTIA

DELLA VECCHIA

Vincent Hakim (ENS, Paris)

International

2021

Predictive relevance in dynamical systems

DAVIDE

STRAZIOTA

Matteo Marsili (ICTP), Iacopo Mastromatteo (Directional Portfolio Construction, Paris)

International

2021

The Zero Risk Society : A COVID application

FRANCESCO MARIA

RUSSO

Didier Sornette (ETH, Zürich)

International

2021

Semi-supervised classification in the Censored Block Model

FILIPPO

ZIMMARO

Romain Couilet (Université Grenoble-Alpes), Lorenzo Dell'Amico (ISI Foundation, Turin)

International

2021

Using Glauber Pseudo-likelihood Dynamics to Generate Artificial Proteins

MARCO

CIPOLLINI

Andrea Pagnani & Anna Paolo Muntoni (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2021

Optimization of the gradient descent dynamics in simple mean field spin glasses

YURI

LOMBARDO

Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino), Pierfrancesco Urbani (Université Paris Saclay)

International

2021

Zero-Risk Society

GIUSEPPE

AVENTAGGIATO

Didier Sornette (ETH, Zürich)

International

2021

Graph Neural Networks for glassy materials

FRANCESCO SAVERIO

PEZZICOLI

François Landes (Université Paris Sud)

International

2021

A model of non-interacting particles in one dimension under resetting dynamics

COSTANTINO

DI BELLO

Alessandro Pelizzola (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2021

A multi-scale geometric approach to compare healthy and pathological brain networks

ALICE

LONGHENA

Fabrizio De Vico Fallani (Paris Brain Institute), Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2021

Generative statistical models for RNA sequences

FRANCESCO

CALVANESE

Martin Weigt (Université Sorbonne)

International

2020

Study of cellular heterogeneity of mouse cerebral cortex, through joint scRNA-seq and scATAC-seq analysis, derived from SNARE-seq technique

LORENZO

MARTINI

Stefano di Carlo and Roberta Bardini (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2020

Learning capabilities of belief propagation based algorithms for sparse binary neural networks

CHEN YI

ZHANG

Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino) and Jean Barbier (ICTP)

International

2020

Spatially extended touch sensation

GEORGI HRISTOV

SPASOV

Massimo Vergassola (Institut Pasteur, Paris)

National

2020

Modeling COVID-19 epidemic in Île-de-France during the first wave

CHIARA ELISA

SABBATINI

Vittoria Colizza (Sorbonne Université)

International

2020

Phase transition in vehicular traffic: a Boltzmann-type kinetic approach

ADELE

RAVAGNANI

Andrea Tosin (Politecnico di Torino) and Mattia Zanella (Padua University)

National

2020

How has evolution shaped our decision making? A Neural Network Agent Based Model for the development of heuristics

VALERIA

NANOTTI

Matteo Giuliani (Politecnico di Milano) and Didier Sornette (ETH Zuerich)

National

2020

Supercoiled knotted DNA: theory and simulations

PIETRO LUIGI

MUZZEDDU

Cristian Micheletti (SISSA)

International

2020

A coding approach to statistical inference

EMANUELE

MASSA

Matteo Marsili (ICTP)

International

2020

Spectral Analysis of Infinitely Wide Convolutional Neural Networks

ALESSANDRO

FAVERO

Wyart Matthieu (Ecole Polytechnique Paris)

International

2020

Bosonic Binary Mixture in a 4-well Ring

ALESSANDRA

CONTESTABILE

Vittorio Penna (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2020

A Statistical Physics approach to financial bubbles: Ising-like modeling of social imitation in an Agent-based multi-asset market

DAVIDE

CIVIDINO

Didier Sornette and Rebecca Westphal (ETH Zuerich)

International

2020

Dynamics for large q-Potts model in 2d

FRANCESCO

CHIPPARI

Marco Picco (LPTHE, Sorbonne Université)

National

2020

Application of renormalization group techniques to the solution of integrals and Schrodinger eigenvalue equations

ALBERTO GIUSEPPE

CATALANO

Andrea Trombettoni (Univ. of Trieste) and Roberto Piazza (Politecnico di Milano)

International

2020

Decision-Making Under Risk: the Role of Correlation in Fostering the Low-Carbon Transition

CAROLA

BOTTO

Marcello Restelli (Politecnico di Milano) and Stefano Battiston (Univ. Zuerich)

International

2020

Characterization and forecast of online music consumption dynamics.

GIANLUCA

BONI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino) and Vittorio Loreto (LaSapienza Univ., Rome)

International

2020

Nuclear Quantum Effects on Hydrogen Diffusion via Langevin-based Molecular Dynamics

NICCOLO'

AVALLONE

Fabio Finocchi and Simon Huppert (Université Sorbonne)

International

2020

Many-body dynamics of fermionic open quantum systems

LORENZO

ROSSO

Leonardo Mazza and Stefano Longhi (Université Paris-Saclay)

International

2020

Many-body localization in open quantum systems

DANIELE

NELLO

Laura Foini and Alberto Rosso (Université Paris-Saclay)

International

2020

Connecting Structure and dynamics in model network glasses

SIMONE

MONACO

Frank Smallenburg (Univ. Paris-Saclay)

International

2020

Lossy compression and other hard optimization problems: a statistical physics approach

STEFANO

CROTTI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino) e Alessandro Barenghi (Politecnico di Milano)

National

2020

Designing models using machine learning: one-body reduced density matrices and spectra

ANDREA

COSTAMAGNA

Jean-Pascal Rueff (CNRS, Palaiseau)

International

2020

Towards statistical-physics inspired modeling of experimental protein evolution

MATTEO

BISARDI

Martin Weigt (Université Sorbonne)

International

2020

Interaction between energetic particles and axisymmetric modes in magnetically confined fusion plasmas

TOMMASO

BARBERIS

Franco Porcelli (Politecnico di Torino)

National

2020

Active matter and collective motion

EVELYN

CAMACHO SOBERON

Denis Bartolo (ENS Lyon)

International

2020

Herding Behavior in Latent Order Books

GIOVANNI MICHELE

CHERCHI

Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2020

The trade consequences of climate change driven disasters in nature: an Econometrical Approach - The People's Republic of Bangladesh case.

ALESSIO

PELLEGRINO

Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2019

The role of open-mindedness in shaping opinions: theory and empirical results

ALBERTO

BRACCI

Vittorio Loreto (Univ. La Sapienza, Roma) & Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2019

Time Between The Maximum And The Minimum Of One-dimensional Brownian Motion

FRANCESCO

MORI

Satya Majumdar (Université Paris Sud), Paolo Biscari (Politecnico di Milano)

International

2019

Analysis Of The Discriminator's Training In A Simple GAN Model With Statistical Physics Methods

FRANCESCA

MIGNACCO

A. Braunstein, M. Matteucci, and L. Zdeborova (CEA Saclay, France)

International

2019

Clustering methods applied to diagnostic ultrasound of adnexal masses

PINNA

LUCA

A. Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2019

Correlation in heart beat time series during exercise

GIORGIO

ANGELOTTI

T. Emig (Université Paris Sud - CNRS)

International

2019

The role of disorder in the yielding transition of amorphous solids

SAVERIO

ROSSI

Gilles Tarjus (Université Sorbonne - CNRS)

International

2019

Optimal binary encoding through convolutional autoencoders

ALESSANDRO

CAPPELLI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2019

Multiscale modeling of influenza viral emergence

FABIO

MAZZA

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino) & Chiara Poletto (Université Sorbonne - INSERM)

International

2019

Pairing and topological phases in cold atoms with long range interactions

LORENZO

GOTTA

Guillaum Roux & Leonardo Mazza & Pascal Simon (Université Paris Sud)

International

2019

Equilibrium model of fundamentalist and noise traders in a multi-asset framework

EMILY

DAMIANI

Didier Sornette (ETH Zürich)

International

2019

Towards a universal model for structured microbial populations

IRENE

LAMBERTI

Anne-Florence Bitbol (Université Sorbonne)

International

2019

Non Perturbative Renormalization Group Approach to Kraichnan Model : Calculation of the two point Correlation Function

TOMMASO

REDAELLI

Léonie Canet (Univesité Grenoble)

International

2019

Dynamical approach for tumour regression: a cancer stem cell model

GIULIA CHARLOTTE MARINA

DE MEIJERE

Martine Ben Amar (LPS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

International

2019

Representations of cortical activity using Restricted Boltzmann Machine

LEONARDO

AGUECI

Rémi Monasson (CNRS - Ecole Normale Supérieure)

International

2019

Ising model subject to resetting dynamics

MATTEO

MAGONI

Satya N. Majumdar (CNRS, Université Paris Sud)

International

2019

Clustering methods applied to diagnostic ultrasound of adnexal masses

LUCA

PINNA

Andrea Pagnani (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

A mechanism for the latent liquidity revealing into the limit order book

LORENZO

DALL'AMICO

Luca Dall'Asta (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

Structural, Electronic and Magnetic Instabilities in Candidate Quantum Spin Liquid Honeycomb Iridates

STEFANO

FALLETTA

Giacomo Ghiringhelli (Politecnico di Milano)

International

2018

Horse-race between decision-making models: Quantum Decision Theory and 'Classical' counterparts

GIUSEPPE MARIA

FERRO

Didier Sornette (ETH Zürich)

International

2018

Optical Analogue Of Self-Gravitating Systems

MARTINO

LOVISETTO

Bruno Marcos (Université de Nice)

International

2018

The undirected Feedback Vertex Set problem

LUCA

MANFRIN

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

Will we ever learn? - An attempt to clarify convergence of learning in games

LUCA

MUNGO

J. Doyne Farmer (Oxford University)

International

2018

Dynamics of online social networks

LUDOVICO

NAPOLI

Janos Kertesz (Central European University)

International

2018

Using random subspace training to investigate deep neural networks

LORENZO

PACCHIARDI

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

Deformation of glassy states in p-spin models

JACK THOMAS

PARLEY

Pierfrancesco Urbani (Université Paris-Saclay)

International

2018

Optimization through control based gradient descent

PAOLO

PAVANELLI

Hilbert J. Kappen (Radboud University)

International

2018

Non-equilibrium dynamics in the fully connected Bose-Hubbard model

ANDREA

PIZZI

Karyn LeHur (Ecole Polytechnique) and Fabrizio Dolcini (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

The effect of a noise trader on the equilibrium in repeated prediction markets

ANDREA

SOMAZZI

Giulio Bottazzi (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa)

International

2018

Change point detection on graphs

GIUSEPPE LUCA

TOMMASONE

Alfredo Braunstein (Politecnico di Torino)

International

2018

Business strategies in Darknet marketplaces. Subtitle: An attempt to model competition in the framework of Economic Complexity

GIANGIACOMO

DELLA TORRE

Didier Sornette (ETH Zürich)

International

2018

Analysis and modelling of biophysical processes from single-particle tracking data

MATTEO

DORA

David Holcman (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

International

2018

Heterogeneous Vicsek Model

GIORDANO

FAUSTI

Hugues Chaté (CEA Saclay)

International

2018

Freezing and pinning in a Schelling-type system

ENRICA

RACCA

Julien Randon-Furling (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris)

International

2018

Inverse Problem in Legionella Outbreaks

SAMUEL

SALINI

José J. Ramasco and Riccardo Gallotti (IFISC, Balearic Islands)

International

2018

Microrheology of Actin Networks

MATHIEU

LE VERGE SERANDOUR

Hervé Turlier (Université Paris-Diderot)

International

2017

Picturing Spacetime as a Quantum Many-Body System

DANIELE

BIELLI

Goffredo Chirco (MPI Potsdam)

International

2017

Synchronized State In Power Grids. Kuramoto Model With Asymmetric Population Of Oscillators

SIMONE

BLANCO MALERBA

Stefan Wieland (CEA)

International

2017

Information, Quantum Complexity And Black Holes

FRANCESCO

BORDERI

Scott Aaronson (Austin Univ)

International

2017

Superconducting Qubits For Quantum Annealing

LORENZO

BUFFONI

Andrea Trombettoni (SISSA)

International

2017

Large Deviations Of Random Walks On Random Graphs

FRANCESCO

COGHI

Hugo Touchette (NiTheP)

International

2017

Randomized Algorithms For Unsupervised Learning

MARCO

DI GIOVANNI

Igor Carron (LightON)

International

2017

Generalized Version Of The Marginal Simulation Algorithm For The Analysis Of Stochastic Reaction Networks

LORENZO

DUSO

Christoph Zechner (MPI Dresden)

International

2017

Learning Dynamics Of Restricted Boltzmann Machines

GIANCARLO

FISSORE

Aurélien Decelle (UPSUD)

International

2017

Developement Of Message Passing Algorithms (Amp, Vamp) Related To Compressed Sensing Problems In Tomography And Super-Resolution Imaging

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Florent Krzakala (UPMC)

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Critical Dynamics Of A Non-Dissipative Statistical Model For The Description Of Biological Systems

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A Heuristic For Model Selection Of Spin Models Of Arbitrary Order

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Experimental Implementation Of Qkd Protocol By Using An Integrated Heralded Single Photon Source.

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Fabio Grazioso (Montreal)

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Principles Of Swarm Intelligence

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Antonio Celani (ICTP)

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Epidemic Spreading In Modular Time-Varying Networks

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Nicola Perra (Greenwich Univ.)

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Dynamical Model Of Cancer Stem Cell Population

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Martine Ben Amar (UPMC)

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Quantum Annealing Algorithm For 3-Xorsat Problems

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Antonello Scardicchio (ICTP)

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Accelerating Deep Neural Networks With Random Projections

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Igor Carron (LightON)

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Superconductivity In Electrochemically Gated Diamond Thin Films: Ab-Initio Computations And Experimental Results

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Renato Gonnelli (PoliTO) and Matteo Calandra (UPMC)

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Stochastic Hydrodynamic Equations For Dry Active Matter

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Hugues Chaté (CEA)

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Geometria D'Impacchettamento Denso Del Dna Virale

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Martin Lenz (LPT PSUD)

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2016

Loops And Gauge Transformations In Model Selection

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BERETTA

Matteo Marsili (ICTP)

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2016

Storage Properties And Hard-Sphere Packing In Perceptron And Support Vector Machines

GIOVANNI

CATANIA

Silvio Franz (UPSUD)

International

2016

Control Of Information Cascades On General Networks

LUCA

CORINZIA

Nicolas Vayatis (ENS Cachan)

International

2016

Two-Sites Pseudolikelihood Inference Approach For Protein Contact Prediction

FULVIO

GRIGOLATO

Andrea Pagnani (PoliTO)

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2016

A Stochastic Model For Cellular Dynamics

IVAN

PALAIA

Vincent Hakim (ENS Paris)

International

2016

Record Statistics

LORENZO

PALMIERI

Gregory Schehr (CNRS and PSUD)

International

2016

Statistics And Ballistic Transport From A Quench Of Two Ising Chains

GABRIELE

PERFETTO

Andrea Gambassi (SISSA)

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2016

Dopaminergic Neuron Response To Inhibition: The Effect Of Ethanol And Nicotine

MIRKO

PIEROPAN

Boris Gutkin (ENS Paris)

International

2016

A Game Theoretical Approach To A Multi-Agent System

CRISTINA

PINNERI

Matteo Marsili (ICTP)

International

2016

Winning The Competition: Enhancing Counter-Contagion In Sis-Like Markov Processes

STEFANO

SARAO

Nicolas Vayatis (ENS Cachan)

International

2016

Quantum Phase Transitions In Open Dissipative Light-Matter Systems

ORAZIO

SCARLATELLA

Marco Schirò (IPT-CEA Saclay)

International

2016

Dissipative Dynamics On The Bloch Sphere, Stochastic Trajectories And Geometry

ANTONIO

SCLOCCHI

Karyn LeHur (Ecole Polytechnique)

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2016

Molecular Simulations Of Aqueous Electrolytes In Nanoporous Carbon: Blue Energy And Water Desalination

MICHELE

SIMONCELLI

Mathieu Salanne (CNRS, UPMC)

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2015

Floquet Analysis Of Time-Periodic 1D Lieb-Liniger Model System In Low-Energy Regime

GIANMICHELE

BLASI

Giuseppe Mussardo (SISSA)

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2015

Mechanical Response Of Disordered Viscoelastic Networks

FEDERICO

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Martin Lenz (LPT PSUD)

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2015

Study Of The Stationary Solutions Of A Reaction-Diffusion Model For Riot Dynamics

GIULIO

BONDANELLI

Henri Berestycki (EHESS) and Jean Pierre Nadal (LPS-ENS)

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2015

A Random Network Approach To Liquid Water

CARLO

CAMPAJOLA

Matteo Marsili and Ali Hassanali (ICTP)

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2015

Inference Of Capabilities In Production Networks

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Matteo Marsili (ICTP)

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2015

Local Dynamical Correlations In A Quantum Spin Chain Out Of Equilibrium

CARLA

LUPO

Marco Schirò (IPT-CEA Saclay)

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2015

The Link Between Action And Language: An Fmri Study

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MANSOUR POUR

Raffaella Rumiati (SISSA)

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Long-Range Percolation In One Dimension

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Andrea Trombettoni, Giacomo Gori (SISSA)

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Relativistic Attractive Bose-Einstein Condensate as Self-Sustained Critical System: A Black Hole Analogue?

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Stefano Liberati, Andrea Trombettoni (SISSA)

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Frequencies Of Multilocus Genotypes In Sib Recombinant

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Olivier Martin (INRA, Gif-sur-Yvette)

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Decoding Of Space Representation In The Hippocampus With Statistical Physics Techniques

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Rémi Monasson (ENS)

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Delphine Salort (UPMC)

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Regularized Network Inference From Diffusion Observations

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Samuel Bottani (Univ. Paris Diderot)

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Ergodicity In Molecular Dynamics Simulations Using Global Thermostats

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Phase Diagram Of Multi-Lane Driven Diffusive Systems

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Julien Tailleur (Univ. Paris Diderot)

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Properties Of A Variational Approximation For Stationary States Of Ising-Like Models

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Extreme Value Statistics For The Fractional Brownian Motion

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Kay J. Wiese (ENS Paris) and Alberto Rosso (CNRS Saclay)

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An Agent Based Toy Economic Model

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Marco Tarzia (UPMC)

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Denis Ullmo (UPSUD)

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Robust Inference Of Causal Models: Applications To Spontaneous Activity Of Zebrafish Brain

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Hervé Isambert (Institut Curie)

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Jean-Louis Viovy (Institut Curie)

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2014

Record Statistics Of Non Gaussian Time Series

FRANCESCA

SOZZI

Damien Challet (Ecole Centrale Paris)

International

2014

Plaquette Models For Glasses (Modelli A Placchette Per I Sistemi Vetrosi)

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SPIGLER

Silvio Franz (UPSUD)

International

2013

Cavity Method For Analysing Graph Structures

ROBERTA

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Alfredo Braunstein & Riccardo Zecchina (PoliTO)

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2013

Trasferimento Del Protone In Acqua Liquida: Studio Del Modello Zundel Con Tecniche Quantum Monte Carlo.

MARIO

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Marco Saitta (UPMC)

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Multiple Time-Step Approach To The Sampling Of Rare Events In Molecular Dynamics Simulations.

MARCO JACOPO

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Giovanni Bussi (SISSA)

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2013

Detecting Overlapping Random Subgraphs Using Statistical Mechanics Tools

ANNA PAOLA

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Alfredo Braunstein & Riccardo Zecchina (PoliTO)

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2012

Statistical Physics Of Compressed Sensing

JEAN

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Florent Krzakala (UPMC)

International

2012

Adaptive Cluster Algorithm

LUCA

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Simona Cocco (ENS Paris)

International

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Neuronal Correlations In Equilibrium And Nonequilibrium Models

GAIA

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Nicolas Brunel (Paris Descartes)

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Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology has driven the electronic scenario for the last 40 years. The exponential grow of computing power implicates technological challenges, such as scaling transistor sizes, increasing clock frequency and reducing the power consumption. These goals raise dramatically the manufacturing cost with every new technology node. The projections of the ITRS roadmap report tell us that the scaling will be also influenced by fundamental physical limits. These observations have stimulated researchers from industry and academia to investigate possible feasible alternatives to CMOS technology. Since at the time of writing is difficult to find a clear winner, many possibilities are studied. They are based on different computational variables such as charge controlled (i.e. transistors) or magnetic field controlled devices. But, all of them have three aspects in common: i) the manufacturing process is still not mature, so they have to deal with a high defect rate; ii) the high density expected from these new devices arise problems related to the design automation field; iii) currently no tools, specifically targeted for emerging devices, are available on the market that allow researchers to investigate these technologies. In fact, it is rather difficult to find a toolchain of existing software able to provide a complete design flow from nanodevice simulation to floorplanning, place and route, and nanoarchitecture simulation and evaluation, able to handle emerging devices related constraints. This manuscript focuses on the development of a CAD tool for nanotechnologies, named ToPoliNano. It has the ability, starting from the VHDL description of the circuit, to automatically generate the physical layout choosing a target nanotechnology. At the time of writing two technologies are supported: silicon nanorrays and in-plane NanoMagnetic Logic. After the layout phase, the user can simulate the circuit behavior with an integrated simulation engine. In this work, three beyond CMOS technologies are investigated and analyzed from an architectural point of view. The first one is based on silicon nanoarrays, the last two come from the Quantum dot Cellular Automata (QCA) family, the in-plane Nano Magnetic Logic (iNML) and the perpendicular Nano Magnetic Logic (pNML). The aim of this thesis is to analyze the layout constrains of these emerging technologies making an architectural exploration. The investigation and the benchmarking is enabled thanks to ToPoliNano, which has been enriched, during my PhD, of a place and route engine and a fault injection mechanism to verify circuits robustness. These features implementation will be discussed more in detail respectively in part 2 and 1. After a brief technological background provided in the introduction, the thesis is divided in three main parts dedicated to the three technologies analyzed: silicon nanoarray, iNML and pNML. In part 1 the high defect rate of silicon nanoarray technology is discussed and analyzed in order to find a method to design more reliable circuits. A new methodology has been developed and tested through our CAD tool ToPoliNano. Fault tolerant circuits have been tested injecting different fault maps and evaluating the output error rate and yield. In part 2, the main working structure of the layout engine and the layout constraints of iNML technology are introduced. In part 2, first the main working principle and the layout constrains are presented to the reader. Then, a detailed description of the design flow implemented in ToPoliNano will be presented. The place and route engine implemented in ToPoliNano will be analyzed and described in detail with examples. The algorithms are compared and results are provided in the last part of this section. In the last part, the pNML technology will be analyzed. In particular, this work has been done in collaboration with the Lehrstuhl für Technische Elektronik (LTE) institute at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Here, after a brief introduction about the up to date fabrication process, some experimental data are presented in order to extract useful information for developing a drawing tool. The idea is to design a drawing tool that enables the final user to design 3D pNML based circuits. The tool should embed data collected from experiments and it should able to automatically export the VHDL file that described the drawn architecture. In this way, the behavior and the correctness of the circuit can be verified using Modelsim simulator from Mentor Graphics. However, this part of the thesis in currently under development. Thus, only an overview of the whole flow will be provided.

Design Methods and Tools for Nanocomputing: from Silicon Nanoarrays to Nano Magnetic Logic / Riente, Fabrizio. - (2016). [10.6092/polito/porto/2643119]

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Urban rooftop farming : sustainability, practices and stakeholder perception on case studies in Europe (Torino, Paris, Rotterdam)

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Urban rooftop farming : sustainability, practices and stakeholder perception on case studies in Europe (Torino, Paris, Rotterdam).

Rel. Roberto Albano , Alfredo Mela , Emanuela Saporito . Politecnico di Torino, Corso di laurea magistrale in Architettura Per Il Progetto Sostenibile, 2017

Abstract:
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Tipo di pubblicazione: A stampa
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Corso di laurea: Corso di laurea magistrale in Architettura Per Il Progetto Sostenibile
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0.1 Motivations and assumptions

0.2 Research objectives

0.3 Methodology

0.4 Bibliographic research on Rooftop Farming

0.5 Qualitative investigation on case studies

0.6 Outline of the thesis

1 From evolution to innovation

1.1 The new urban agenda - from development to wellbeing

1.2 The innovation

1.3 The social innovation

1.4 The introduction of rooftop farming in the contemporary city

1.5 The green movement

1.6 Urban agriculture: From greening to farming

1.7 From the ground to the roofs

1.8 Rooftop farming typologies

1.9 Typologies according to the spaces and technology

1.10 Typologies according to the purpose of project

2 Rooftop gardens: Innovative tools for sustainability.

2.1 Social dimension

2.2 Food production social benefits

2.3 Social issues of green infrastructures for urban regeneration

2.4 Benefits

2.5 Limits

2.6 Community empowerment and well - being

2.7 Empowerment

2.8 Education

2.9 Well - being

2.10 Confrontation of empirical studies on community gardening

2.11 Environmental issues

2.12 Green building

2.13 Urban microclimate

2.14 Resource management and biodiversity

2.15 Environmental issues related to food production and distribution

2.16 Economic issues of rooftop farming

2.17 Rooftop gardens for production

2.18 Rooftop gardens for image return

2.19 Rooftop gardens that increase the real estate value

3 Urban policies and strategies on urban rooftop farming

3.1 Worldwide cases of strategies for simplifying the process of implementation of rooftop gardens

3.2 Policies and strategies at global level

3.3 Adaption to climate change

3.4 The new urban agenda - Smart cities

3.5 Policies and strategies at local level

3.6 Innovative urban governance

3.7 Multi stakeholder processes

3.8 Shared administration

3.9 Insight from 3 case studies: Urban governance and policies in Torino, Paris and Rotterdam

3.10 Torino

3.11 Urban, social and economic context

3.12 Local policies connected to rooftop farming

3.13 Paris

3.14 Urban, social and economic context

3.15 Local policies connected to rooftop farming

3.16 Rotterdam

3.18 Urban, social and economic context

3.19 Local policies connected to rooftop farming

4 Investigation on processes and stakeholder related to rooftop farming

4.1 Case Studies: The process of implementation of OrtiAlti, Dakakker, Topager

4.2 OrtiAlti Ozanam

4.3 Dakakker

4.4 Vignoles gymnasium community garden

4.5 Process of implementation of rooftop gardens

4.6 Comparison of processes between case study projects

4.7 Stakeholders

4.8 Perception of the stakeholders about rooftop farming sustainability

5 Impact on the community

5.1 The Methodology

5.2 Personal values and motivations of project participants

5.3 Social cohesion

5.4 Social impact and benefits

Conclusions

Bibliography

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  • find a Supervisor (faculty member or external lecturers with a teaching contract with Politecnico (Chair)). For details check the Guidelines ;
  • specify your thesis topic (approved by your Supervisor);
  • log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal - Thesis TAB - and select the "Thesis Application Form", or else click the Online services TAB - Degree and Final Examination portlet;
  • fill out all required fields: enter the name of your Co-supervisor, if any (he/she can be a person who does not pertain to Politecnico) and information on external institutions involve d (for thesis projects at private companies ).

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  • determines the first Graduation period in which you are allowed to graduate. Your thesis application does not lose its validity. This means it can be used also for graduation periods that follow the one for which the application has been submitted;
  • can be modified (you can change your thesis topic, add a Co-supervisor or external institution). In this case, your supervisor must inform the Office of Student Services;
  • can be cancelled if you want to change your thesis topic or choose a new Supervisor (send a ticket to the Office of Student Services). In this case, you need to check the dates of the next Graduation period and the deadlines for your thesis application and for the approval of your thesis topic.

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