Indaco Biazzo



Lausanne, Switzerland

I’m a, currently, a postdoc researcher at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). I have a Ph.D. in statistical physics of the Politecnico di Torino. I graduated in physics at the “La Sapienza” university of Rome. My current areas of research are inference problems, statistical physics, epidemic inference problems and urban science.

I’m the creator and webmaster of the CityChrone project.

selected publications

  1. General scores for accessibility and inequality measures in urban areas
    Biazzo, Indaco, Monechi, Bernardo, and Loreto, Vittorio
    Royal Society open science 2019
  2. Epidemic mitigation by statistical inference from contact tracing data
    Baker, Antoine,  Biazzo, Indaco, Braunstein, Alfredo, Catania, Giovanni, Dall’Asta, Luca, Ingrosso, Alessandro, Krzakala, Florent, Mazza, Fabio, Mézard, Marc, Muntoni, Anna Paola, and others,
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2021
  3. Epidemic inference through generative neural networks
    Biazzo, Indaco, Braunstein, Alfredo, Dall’Asta, Luca, and Mazza, Fabio
    arXiv preprint arXiv:2111.03383 2021
  4. CityChrone: an Interactive Platform for Transport Network Analysis and Planning in Urban Systems
    Biazzo, Indaco
    In Complex Networks & Their Applications X 2022