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29 January 2020

Professor of Econophysics Tiziana Di Matteo appointed to significant positions at prestigious academic journal and celebrated research institution

Professor Tiziana Di Matteo, Professor of Econophysics in the Department of Mathematics, has been appointed Chief Editor of Advances in Mathematical Physics and member of the Board of Directors at Centro Fermi.

Professor Tiziana Di Matteo
Professor Tiziana Di Matteo

Established in 1997, Advances in Mathematical Physics is a peer-reviewed journal with a focus on theoretical physics and mathematics. In addition to original research, it also features review articles which explore emerging trends and future directions for developing fields.  Tiziana will lead an editorial board comprised of fellow outstanding figures in the arena, with an aim to encourage high-quality submissions and increase the journal’s visibility within the research community across the globe.

Tiziana’s recent accolades also include nomination by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) to her appointment as a member of the Board of Directors at Centro Fermi, Rome. Also known as the Enrico Fermi Historical Museum of Physics and Study and Research Centre, Centro Fermi is a research institution dedicated towards multidisciplinary studies in the wider application of physics.    

At King’s, Tiziana’s research interests are centred upon Econophysics, complex systems, complex networks and Data science. She is also currently serving in an editorial capacity for an array of other notable journals, including the Journal of Network Theory in Finance, the European Physical Journal B and the Artificial Intelligence in Finance Journal.

On her recent appointments, Tiziana commented:

I am honoured to be appointed Chief Editor and play a key role within the journal. This will allow me to help in fostering, strengthening and fortifying the strategic directions of the journal as well as promote new ones. I look forward to the challenges that such a role requires and look forward to collaborating with all members of our prestigious Editorial Board. I have no doubt that together we will make this journal stronger and stronger!

I am also delighted and honoured for such a prestigious new role at Centro Fermi, and am looking forward to working with the new President Professor Luciano Pietronero as well as the wider team. I’m particularly thrilled to soon be visiting the Museo Storico della Fisica, which I have been told is amazing!

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Tiziana Di Matteo

Professor of Econophysics