Massimiliano Zanin

Massimiliano Zanin
I received the Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, in 2014. I'm currently a researcher at CSIC-IFISC, where I am coordinating the ERC Starting Grant ARCTIC. With more than 140 published peer-reviewed contributions in international conferences and journals, I have a good experience in data mining and machine learning research, both the theory and the application, and I have collaborated with scientists from all over the world. My main topics of interest include Data Science and its application to several real-world problems, including the modelling and understanding of air transport or mining complex biomedical data sets. I'm a member of the editorial team of Nature Scientific Reports, the European Journal of Social Behavior, PeerJ, PeerJ Computer Science and Complexity.

Recent Publications

20 years of ordinal patterns: Perspectives and challenges

Leyva Callejas, Inmaculada; Martinez, Johann; Masoller, Cristina; Rosso, Osvaldo A.; Zanin, Massimiliano
EPL , (2022)

Assessing Identifiability in Airport Delay Propagation Roles Through Deep Learning Classification

Ivanoska, Ilinka; Pastorino, Luisina; Zanin, Massimiliano
IEEE Access , 28520 - 28534 (2022)

Telling functional networks apart using ranked network features stability

Zanin, Massimiliano; Güntekin, Bahar; Aktürk, Tuba; Yıldırım, Ebru; Yener, Görsev; Kiyi, Ilayda; Hünerli-Gündüz, Duygu; Sequeira, Henrique; Papo, David
Scientific Reports 12, 2562 (2022)

From random failures to targeted attacks in network dismantling

Wandelt, Sebastian; Lin, Wei; Sun, Xiaoqian; Zanin, Massimiliano
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 218, 108146 (2022)

Corrupted bifractal features in finite uncorrelated power-law distributed data

Olivares, Felipe; Zanin, Massimiliano
Submitted (2022)

Ongoing Research projects


Air Transport as Information and Computation

P.I.: Massimiliano Zanin
This project is an ERC Starting Grant of panel SH2, "Institutions, Values, Environment and Space". Air transport has by and large been studied as a transportation process, in which different elements, e.g. ...

Mobility 2030

CSIC PTI Mobility 2030

P.I.: Jose Javier Ramasco
CSIC PTI (Interdisciplinar Platform) to foment the scientific collaborations between CSIC groups/institutes and industrial partners in the ambit of urban mobility.



P.I.: Jose Javier Ramasco
HUB CSIC for fomenting the research and services on Artificial Intelligence.

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