Clément Zankoc holds both a BSc degree in Fundamental Physics and Magistère in Fundamental Physics, specializing in theoretical physics of complex systems from Université Paris-Sud. He has also been awarded an Imperial College International Diploma following his successful Erasmus placement.
Clément has completed scientific internships at the Laboratory for Solid State Physics, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud (“Auto-assemblye of Virus Capsid” under the supervision of Dr. Tresset), Imperial College London (“Computational Evolution” under the supervision of Dr. Clements and “Molecular Dynamics Simulation” under the supervision of Dr. Eakins) and Laboratory of Theoretical Physics and Statistical Models (LPTMS), CNRS, Université Paris-Sud (“Collective behaviors in interacting spin systems” under the supervision of Dr. Rosso). In 2015, Clément began his PhD research at the University of Florence working on the project “The role of External and endogenous noise in neural network dynamics and statistics “, which is jointly supervised by Profs. Roberto Livi and Duccio Fanelli at the University of Florence and Prof. Francesco Ginelli at the University of Aberdeen. Clément’s research interests are broad and concern mainly quantum mechanics and statistical physics.
Zankoc C., Biancalani T., Fanelli D. and Livi R. “Diffusion approximation of the stochastic Wilson–Cowan model” Chaos, Solitons & Fractals (103) 504-512 LINK
Zankoc C., Fanelli D., Ginelli F. and Livi R. “Intertangled stochastic motifs in networks of excitatory-inhibitory units” Phys. Rev. E 96, 022308 LINK
Fanelli D., Ginelli F., Livi R., Zagli N. and Zankoc C. “Noise-driven neuromorphic tuned amplifier” (2017) Phys. Rev. E 96, 062313 LINK