Claudio Angione



I am a PhD student in the Artificial Intelligence group of the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. I am supervised by Dr Pietro Lió, and a member of King's college.

I received the BSc degree in July 2009 from the University of Catania, with the thesis "Chaotic Maps and Bose—Einstein Condensation for Algorithms and NP-Complete Problems", under the supervision of Dr Giuseppe Nicosia.

In February 2010 I received the BSc diploma from the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Catania, with the thesis "Bose—Einstein Condensation in the k-SAT Problem".

In July 2011 I received the MSc degree in Mathematics from the University of Catania, with the thesis "Phase Transition Detection and Model Checking using Bose—Einstein Condensation in Random Satisfiability Problems", under the supervision of Dr Giuseppe Nicosia.

In January 2012 I was awarded the "Anile Prize 2011" for the best thesis at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Catania.

In April 2013 I received the MSc diploma from the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Catania, with the thesis "Improving Satisfiability-solvers using Classical and Quantum Statistical Distributions".

In October 2013 I was selected for the First Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

My current research interests include systems biology, multi-objective optimisation, organelle models, computation with molecular machines, and statistical-physical approaches in satisfiability problems.