Thomas Robiglio

Dept. of Network and Data Science, CEU


Welcome to my page!

I am a PhD student in Network Science at the Department of Network and Data Science at CEU. I am moving my first steps into graduate studies and reasearch. Previously, I obtained my MSc. degree in Physics of Complex Systems from Politecnico di Torino and Sorbonne Université.

My interest relies in the study of Complex Systems using tools from Network Science and Statistical Physics with a particular focus on Higher-Order systems.

During my MSc internship I have worked under the supervision of Alain Barrat and Mathieu GĂ©nois at CPT in Marseille. The thesis deals with the the study of attractiveness and higher-order structures in face-to-face interactions in human gatherings. I am also working in the NPL group at Centai in Torino on the relation between mechanism and behavior in complex systems with higher-order interactions.


Nov 20, 2023 Today my visualisation about NBA passing networks was displayed at Data Stories. Fun collaboration with my brother!
Jul 28, 2023 Today I completed my MSc. in Physics of Complex Systems. You can look up my thesis “Higher-order structures in face-to-face interaction networks” here!
May 11, 2023 I am in Vienna for Netsci 2023! On Wednesday 12/07 at 16:00 I will give a regular talk about our work “Simplicially driven simple contagion”
May 11, 2023 Go check XGI release 0.5.8!
Apr 21, 2023 I’m pumped to announce that I will join the Department of Network and Data Science at CEU to pursue a PhD in Network Science!

selected publications

  1. Simplicially driven simple contagion
    Maxime Lucas, Iacopo Iacopini, Thomas Robiglio, and 2 more authors
    Phys. Rev. Res. Mar 2023