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André Martin Timpanaro

Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Física (IF)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil
FAPESP support in numbers
(Total / Available in English)
3 / 1Completed scholarship in Brazil 
1 / 1Completed scholarship abroad 
4 / 2 All Scholarships
*Updated in March 25, 2017

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Has a bachelor's degree (2007) in Physics (Basic research) from the Physics Institute of the University of São Paulo (Instituto de Física da Universidade de São Paulo). Has experience in the study of complex systems and statistical physics. Has studied earthquake models and more recently opinion propagation and ecology models (with a focus on the appearence of diversity both in a social and in an ecological context). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

Citation indices (Source: Google Scholar Sept. 8, 2016, 1:23 a.m.)

AllSince 2011
Citations9897
h-index66
i10-index44
201120122013201420152016
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Completed scholarship in Brazil (most recent)

  • Diversity, mobility and cyclic competition in social and ecological systems, BP.PD

    Diversity, mobility and cyclic competition in s...

    The interest of physicists in interdisciplinary problems has increased in the last few years, with the study of complex systems. Tools from statistical mechanics, dynamic systems and other traditional areas have been applied to sociology, economy and biology problems, among others. In this project, we propose to study models defined in networks, that have the property of locally inhibit...

Completed scholarship abroad (most recent)

  • Diversity, mobility and cyclic competition in social and ecological systems, BE.EP.PD

    Diversity, mobility and cyclic competition in s...

    The interest of physicists for interdisciplinary problems has grown in the last years, with techniques from traditional areas of physics being applied to problems in sociology, economy and biology, among others. In this project, we propose to study how models defined in networks, that tend to inhibit diversity locally (homogenizing the states of the agents), could sustain this same dive...

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Physical Sciences and Mathematics Physics
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