Davide Valenti is professor of Theoretical Physics at University of Palermo, Italy. His research fields range from nonequilibrium statistical mechanics in quantum physics, stochastic processes in nonlinear systems, to effects of noise in population dynamics and financial markets. He is currently editor of two scientific journals in the field of physics and mathematics. He’s co-author of more than 130 articles indexed in Web of Science and teaches the course of Physics of Complex Systems in the Master Degree in Physics.

Interests

- Statistical properties of matter in quantum physics
- Open & metastable quantum systems
- Quantum phase transitions
- Noise-induced effects in nonlinear and superconducting systems
- Josephson junctions for axion detection

Education

Master degree in Physics, 1996

University of Palermo

Ph.D. in Physics, 2000

University of Palermo