email: francesco.parino (at) inserm.fr
After getting his Master’s Degree in Physics of Complex Systems at the University of Turin in 2017, Francesco Parino joined ISI Foundation for two years, working on big-data and machine-learning-related projects. In November 2019, he started his PhD at Politecnico di Torino, where he focused on the study of dynamic processes over complex networks, and the design and optimal control of epidemiological models. In November 2022, he joined the EPIcx Lab to continue working on social and epidemic phenomena in complex systems.
His interest concerns the development of epidemiology models that include mobility networks, the policy of interventions and individual behaviour responses.
His main research area at the EPIcx lab involves modelling influenza-like diseases at national and global scales. In particular, the purpose of his research is to integrate the results of spatial epidemiological models with geographic phylogenetic analysis.