Duccio Fanelli


 
  

Position: Associate Professor
       Organization: Università degli Studi di Firenze
       Department:   Dipartimento di Energetica Sergio Stecco""





Contact:


Email: duccio.fanelli@unifi.it
Mailing address: Via S.Marta, 3 - C.A.P. 50139, Firenze, Italy



Research Interests


Population Dynamics, stochastic models and patterns formation. 

 

Investigating the dynamical evolution of an ensemble made of microscopic entities in mutual interaction constitutes a rich and fascinating problem, of paramount importance and cross-disciplinary interest. The intimate discreteness of any individual based stochastic models results in finite size corrections to the ideal mean-field dynamics. Under specific conditions, such microscopic disturbances can amplify as follows a complex resonance mechanism and yield to organized spatio-temporal patterns. More specifically, the measured concentration which reflects the distribution of the interacting entities (e.g. chemical species, biomolecules) can oscillate regularly in time and/or display spatially patched profile, collective phenomena which testify on a surprising degree of macroscopic order, as mediated by the stochastic component of the dynamics. Our research is aimed at exploring these effects into details and so contribute to elaborate on a comprehensive theoretical picture. This task is pursued with reference to specific models, of broad theoretical and applied relevance.  More concretely,  we have revisited the reference mechanism for patterns formation in biology, the so called Turing instability, classically assumed to rely on a mean-field description. By explicitly accounting for the stochastic nature of the microscopic medium, and consequently resolving the inherent finite size corrections, we extended the concept of Turing instability to a generalized setting that holds promise to bridge the gap between theory and observation. Furthermore, a bottom-up strategy to the modeling can bring significantly new insight into the topic being debated, by returning a mathematical formulation justified from first principle, as opposed to any heuristically proposed scheme. Emblematic is the case of the reaction/diffusion dynamics of a chemical system made of several species. Starting from a correct formulation of the microscopic dynamics and accounting for the finite carrying capacity of the hosting volume, one recovers a modified diffusive behavior, different from that postulated a priori on the basis of a phenomenological ansatz. Cross diffusive terms appear which links multiple diffusing communities and which can contribute to explain the deviation from the conventional Fick's law as seen in crowded molecular diffusion experiments. Elaborating on this intriguing scenario represents another promising direction of investigation.

 

Statistical mechanics of long range systems.

 

Long-range interactions are such that the two-body interaction potential decays at large distances with a power--law exponent which is smaller than the space dimension. The thermodynamics and dynamical properties of physical systems subject to long--range couplings were poorly understood until a few years ago, and their study essentially restricted to astrophysics (e.g. self-gravitating systems). Later, it was recognised that long--range systems display universal  out--of--equilibrium features, for which conventional equilibrium statistical mechanics is inadequate.  In particular, it has been shown that long range interacting systems generally exhibit a whole set of new qualitative properties and behaviours: ensemble inequivalence (negative specific heat, temperature jumps), long-time relaxation (quasi-stationary states), violations of ergodicity and disconnection of the energy surface, subtleties in the relation of the fluid (i.e. continuum) picture and the particle (granular) picture, new macroscopic quantum effects, etc.. While progress has been made in understanding such phenomena, an overall thermodynamic and statistical framework is, however, still lacking.  Our work aims at contributing to the developing of such comprehensive picture.



Publications


Publications & Preprints:

1.  P. Laise, D. Fanelli, P. Liò, A. Arcangeli, “Modeling TGF-beta; signaling pathway in epithelial-mesenchymal transition” submitted to AIP Advances (2011).

2. G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “Out-of-equilibrium statistical ensemble inequivalence”, submitted to Europ. Phys. Lett.  (2011) ArXiv:1011.2981.

3.   D. Fanelli, G. De Ninno, A. Turchi, “Efficiency of cyclic devices working with non-Boltzmannian fluids: challenging the second principle of thermodynamics”, submitted to Europhysics Letters (2011)  arXiv:1103.5224 .

4.     C. Cianci, F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, L. Barletti, “Analytical study of non Gaussian fluctuations in a stochastic scheme of autocatalytic reactions”, submitted to Europ Phys. Journal B (2011)  arXiv:1104.5668

5.     C. Cianci, F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, “Non-Gaussian fluctuations in stochastic models with absorbing barriers”, Europhys. Lett. in press (2011) arXiv:1104.5570

6.      P. Laise, D. Fanelli, A. Arcangeli, “Dynamical model of apoptosis and its role in tumor progression”, submitted Comm. in Nonlinear Science. and  Num. Sim. (2011).

7.     P. Laise F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, M. Masselli, A. Arcangeli, “Deterministic and stochastic aspects of VEGF-A production and the cooperative behaviour of tumoral cell colony” Journal of Theoretical. Biology,  272(1) 55-63 (2011) arXiv:1012.2322

8.     A. Turchi, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini, “Existence of Quasi-stationary states at the Long Range threshold” Comm. in Nonlinear Science. and  Num. Sim.  doi:10.1016/j.cnsns.2011.03.013 (2011).

9.     T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, S. Righi, “Emerging structures in social networks guided by opinions' exchanges”, Advances in complex systems,  14(1) 13-30 (2010).

10.  R. Morris, D. Fanelli, A. McKane, “Dynamical description of vesicles growth and shape change” , Phys. Rev E 82 134123 (2010).

11.  D. Fanelli, A. McKane, “ Diffusion in a crowded environment”,  Phys. Rev E 82 021113 (2010).

12.  F. Staniscia, A. Turchi, D. Fanelli, P.H. Chavanis, G. De Ninno, “Negative specific heat in the canonical statistical ensemble”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105 010601 (2010).

13.  P. De Anna, F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, A. J. McKane, T. Dauxois, “Spatial model of autocatalytic reactions” Phys. Rev E 81 056110 (2010)

14.  R Bachelard, T Manos, P de Buyl, F Staniscia, F S Cataliotti, G De Ninno, D Fanelli and N Piovella, “Experimental perspectives for systems based on long-range interactions”, J. Stat Mech, P06009 (2010).

15.  A. Barucci, G. Macaluso, D. Mecatti, L. Noferini, D. Fanelli, A. Facchini, M. Materassi, M. Pieraccini, C. Atzeni  “Universal fluctuations in tropospheric radar measurements” Europhysics Letters, 89 20006; p. 1-4, ISSN: 0295-5075, doi: 10.1209/0295-5075/89/20006 (2010).

16.  F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, “On the molecular mechanisms driving pain perception and emergent collective behaviors” Comm. in Nonlinear Science. and  Num. Sim. 15 1385-1399, ISSN: 1007-5704 (2010).

17.  R. Bachelard, D. Fanelli, “Short-time dynamics in the presence of wave–particles interactions: A perturbative approach”, Comm. in Nonlinear Science. and  Num. Sim. 50 40-48, ISSN: 1007-5704 (2010).

18.  T. Biancalani, D. Fanelli, F. Di Patti “Stochastic Turing patterns in the Brusselator model” Phys. Rev. E 81  ISSN: 1539-3755 (2010).

19.  T. Van Den Berg, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini “Stationary states and fractional dynamics in systems with long-range interaction” Europhysics Letters, 89 ISSN: 0295-5075 (2010).

20.  F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, “Can a microscopic stochastic model explain the emergence of pain cycles in patients?” J. Stat. Mech.: Theory and Exp. P01004; ISSN: 1742-5468 (2010).

21.  F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, “A stochastic reaction scheme for drug/metabolite interaction” Journal of Theoretical Biology 259 382-388, ISSN: 0022-5193, doi: :10.1016/j.jtbi.2009.03.031 (2009).

22.  R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, A. Ciani, D. Fanelli, Y. Yamaguchi, “Analytical results on the magnetization of the Hamiltonian Mean Field model”,  Physics Letters A. 373 46 (2009) 4239.

23.  F. Sbrana, D. Fanelli, m. Vassalli, L. Carresi, A. Scala, L. Pazzagli, G. Cappugi, B. Tiribilli “Progressive pearl necklace collapse mechanism for cerato-ulmin aggregation film” European Biophysics Journal with Biophysics Letters, ISSN: 0175-7571, doi: 10.1007/s00249-009-0465-6 (2009).

24.  F. Staniscia, P.H. Chavanis, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “Out-of-equilibrium phase re-entrance(s) in long-range interacting systems” Phys. Rev. E 80 ISSN: 1539-3755 (2009).

25.  D. Fanelli D., A. McKane, Reply to “Comment on ‘Thermodynamics of vesicle growth and instability’ ”. Phys. Rev. E 80 ISSN: 1539-3755 (2009).

26.  J. Barrè, A. Ciani, D. Fanelli, F. Bagnoli, S. Ruffo, “Finite size effects for the Ising model on random graphs with varying dilution” Physica A  388 3413-3425, ISSN: 0378-4371 (2009).

27.  P. De Buyl, D. Fanelli, R. Bachelard, G. De Ninno, “Out-of-equilibrium mean-field dynamics of a model for wave-particle interaction” Phys. Rev. S T- Accel . Beams 12, 6 ISSN: 1098-4402 (2009).

28.  X. Leoncini, T. L. Van Den Berg and D. Fanelli, “Out-of- equilibrium solutions in the XY-Hamiltonian Mean-Field model” Europhysics Letters, 86 20002 (2009).

29.  T. Dauxois, F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, A. J. McKane, “Enhanced Stochastic oscillations in autocatalytic reactions” Phys. Rev. E 79 036112 (2009).

30.  D. Fanelli, A. J. McKane, “Thermodynamics of vesicle growth and instability” Phys. Rev. E 78 051406 (2008).

31.  R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini and S. Ruffo “Abundance of Regular Orbits and Nonequilibrium phase transitions in the Thermodynamic limit of Long-Range Systems”   Phys. Rev. Lett. 101 260603 (2008).

32.  R. Bachelard, D. Fanelli, “Short-time dynamics in presence of wave-particles interactions: a perturbative approach”, Comm. in Nonlinear  Science. and  Num. Sim. (2008) doi:10.1016/j.cnsns.2008.07.023 

33.  F. Di Patti, D. Fanelli, R. Pedersen, C. Giuliani, F. Torricelli, “Modelling the Pharmacokinetics of Tramadol: On the difference between extensive and poor metabolizers” J. of Theoretical Biology 254 3 568 (2008).

34.  T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, F. Bagnoli, A. Guazzini, “Birth and death in a continuous opinion dynamics model – The consensus case”, Europ. Phys. J. B. 64 2 285-292 (2008).

35.   R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini, “Stabilizing the intensity for an Hamiltonian model of FEL”, Nuclear Methods and Instruments in Physics Research: Section A, 593, 94 (2008). 

36.  A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, “The HMF model: anomalous or normal diffusion?” AIP conf Proceedings, CTNEXT07, Catania, Stathys23 Satellite (2008)

37.  D. Fanelli, O. Öktem, "Electron Tomography: A short overview with an emphasis on the absorption potential model for the forward problem”, Inverse problems 24 013001(51pp) (2008). Topical Review.

38.  F. Bagnoli, T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, A. Guazzini, “Modelling the role of affinity in opinion dynamics”  Phys. Rev. E. 76 066105 (2008).

39.  A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, R. Johal, S. Ruffo, “On the origin of quasi stationary states in a model of wave-particles interactions” Comm. in Nonlinear
Science. and  Num. Sim.
13 2 (2008).

40.  R. Bachelard, A. Antoniazzi, C. Chandre, D. Fanelli, M. Vittot “Enhancement of particle trapping in the wave-particle interaction”, Comm. in Nonlinear
Science. and  Num. Sim.,
13 660-665 (2008).

41.  F. Curbis, A. Antoniazzi, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli “Maximum entropy principle and coherent harmonic generation uing a single pass free electron laser: A recipe to predict the saturated intensity”,  Europ. Phys. J. B 59, 527-533 (2007).

42.  A. Antoniazzi, D.  Fanelli, S. Ruffo, Y. Yamaguchi,  “Non equilibrium tricritical point in a system with long-range interactions”,   Phys. Rev. Lett.  99 040601 (2007)

43.  L. Bongini, D. Fanelli, F. Piazza, P. De Los Rios, S. Sandin, M. Sanner, U. Skoglund, “A dynamical Study of antibody-antigen encounter process” Physical Biology, 4 172-180 (2007).

44.  L. Bongini, D. Fanelli, S. Svensson, M. Gedda, F. Piazza, U. Skoglund, “Resolving the geometry of biomolecules as seen by Cryo-Electron Tomography”, Journal of Microscopy 228 174-184 (2007).

45. D. Fanelli et al. “AFM images suggest aggregation mechanisms in cerato-platanin” European Biophysical Journal  36 7 (2007)

46.  A. Antoniazzi, F. Califano, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo,“Exploring the thermodynamic limit of Hamiltonian models: convergence to the Vlasov equation”  Phys. Rev. Lett.  98 150602 (2007)

47.  A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, J. Barrè, P.H: Chavanis, T. Dauxois, S. Ruffo “A maximum entropy principle explains quasi-stationary states in system with long-range interactions” Phys. Rev E 75 011112 (2007).

48.  T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, “From chemical equation to evolution: emergence of species” Europhys. Letters 77 18005 (2007).

49.  F. Sbrana, L. Bongini, G. Cappugi, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, L. Pazzagli, A. Scala, M. Vassalli, C. Zoppi, B. Tiribilli, “Atomic force microscopy images suggest aggregation mechanism in cerato-platanin” European Biophysics Journal with Biophysics Letters, 36 727-732, ISSN: 0175-7571 (2007).

50.  R. Bachelard, A. Antoniazzi, C. Chandre, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini, M. Vittot “Stabilizing the intensity of a wave amplified by a beam of particles”,  European Physical Journal B 42 207 (2007) ; nlin.CD/0609030

51.  T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, “Evolution of a population of protocells: emergence of species” Proceedings of BIOMAT2006 International Symposium (2006)

52.  L. Sguanci, F. Bagnoli, D. Fanelli “A cellular automata model for ripple formation” Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry ACRI2006, Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 4773, Springer, Berlin (2006) 407-416.

53.  S. Svensson, M. Gedda, D. Fanelli, U. Skoglund, S. Sandin, L.G. Öfverstedt “Using a fuzzy framework for delineation and decomposition of Immunoglobulin G in cryo electron tomographic images” ICPR’06, IEEE (2006).

54.  A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, Y. Elskens, S. Ruffo “Statistical mechanics and Vlasov equation allow for a simplified Hamiltonian description of Single Pass Free Electron Laser dynamics”, European Physical Journal B, 50 603-611 (2006) .

55.  T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, “How to make an efficient Propaganda”, Europhys. Lett.74(2) 222-228 (2006).

56.  T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, “A simple model for gait time series in neurodegenerative disease”,  Neuroscience Letters, 394 3 252-255 (2006).

57.  G. De Ninno,  A. Antoniazzi, B. Diviacco, D. Fanelli, L. Giannessi, R. Meucci, M. Trovò “Stabilization of the Elettra storage-ring free-electron laser using a closed-loop derivative feedback”, Phys. Rev E. 71, 066504 (2005).

58.  F. Piazza, P. De Los Rios, L. Bongini, D. Fanelli "Anticooperativity in diffusion controlled reactions with pairs of partially absorbing spheres: a model for the antigen-antibody encounter",  European Biophysics Journal, 34 7 899-911 (2005).

59.  A. Antoniazzi, G. De Ninno, A. Guarino, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo “Wave-particles interactions: from plasma physics to free electron laser dynamics”,  Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 7 143-153 (2005).

60.  L. Bongini, D. Fanelli, F. Piazza, P. De Los Rios, S. Sandin, U. Skoglund, “Dynamics of antibodies from cryo-electron tomography”, Biophysical Chemistry, 115 235-240 (2005).

61.  G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “A fully analytical approach to the longitudinal dynamics of a storage-ring free-electron laser”, Phys. Rev. E, 70 016503 (2004).  

62.  L. Bongini, D. Fanelli, F. Piazza, P. De Los Rios, S. Sandin, U. Skoglund, “Freezing immunoglobulins to see them move”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 101 17 6466-6471 (2004).

63.  J. Barre’, T. Dauxois, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, “Statistical theory of high-gain free-electron laser saturation”, Phys. Rev. E, Rapid Communication, 69, 045501 (2004).

64.  G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “A deeper analytical insight into the longitudinal dynamics of a storage-ring free-electron laser”, Nucl. Instrum. and Methods in Physics Research A 528 1-2, 39-43  (2004).

65.  G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “Controlled Hopf Bifurcation of a Storage Ring Free-Electron Laser” ,  Phys. Rev. Lett. 92,  094801  (2004).

66.  E. Aurell, D. Fanelli, S.N. Gurbatov, A. Moshkov, “The inner structure of Zeldovich’ pancakes” ,  Physica  D 186, 171-184  (2003).

67.  A. Noullez, D. Fanelli, E. Aurell, "A heap-based algorithm for the study of one-dimensional particles system",    Journ. of Comp. Phys. 186, 697-703 (2003).

68.   G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, C. Bruni, M.E. Couprie, “Chaotic dynamics in a Storage Ring Free Electron Laser”,  Europ. Phys. Journ. D 22, 269-277 (2003).

69.  D. Fanelli, E. Aurell, " Asymptotic behaviour of a stratified perturbation in a three dimensional expanding Universe",   Astron. & Astrophys. 395, 399-408 (2002).

70.  G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, M.E. Couprie, " Detuned Dynamics of a Storage-Ring Free-Electron Laser",  Nucl. Instrum. and Methods in Physics Research A, 483, 177 (2002).

71.  D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, "Self-gravitating shells systems and globular clusters", Physica A 305 253 (2002).

72.  D. Fanelli, M. Merafina, S. Ruffo, "A one dimensional  toy model of globular clusters" , Phys. Rev. E 63 066614 (2001).

73.  E. Aurell, D. Fanelli, P. Muratore-Ginnaneschi, "On the dynamics of a self-gravitating medium with random and non-random initial conditions",  Physica D, 148 272-288 (2001).

74.  G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “Resonances families and their action on betatron motion”, Phys. Rev. S T- Accel . Beams 3, 054001 (2000).

 

Other Journals and Refereed Proceedings

 

75.  D. Fanelli, Collective and microscopic dynamics in mean field Hamiltonian models”, Proceedings of the the 12th Marcel Grossman Meeting,  Paris (2010), to appear.

76.  A. Ciani, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, “Long-range interactions and diluted neworks”, Long-range Interactions, Stochasticity and Fractional Dynamics, HEP and Springer, (2010).

77.  R. Bachelard, M.-E. Couprie, P. de Buyl, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, C. Chandre, X. Leoncini, “Deep saturation dynamics in a Free Electron Laser”,  Proceedings of the 29th International Free Electron Laser Conference, Liverpool, UK (2009).

78.  R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, M.-E. Couprie, D. Fanelli, X. Leoncini, S. Ruffo, “Orbites regulieres et transition de phases hors-d'equilibre dans les systemes avec interactions a longue portee”,  Compte-rendus de la 12e Rencontre du Non-Lineaire, edited by C. Josserand, M. Lefranc and C. Letellier (Non Lineaire Publications, 2009).

79.  P. De Buyl, R. Bachelard, M.-E. Couprie, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, “Transition de phases hors-d'equilibre dans le Laser a Electrons Libres”,  Compte-rendus de la 12e Rencontre du Non-Lineaire, edited by C. Josserand, M. Lefranc and C. Letellier (Non Lineaire Publications, 2009).

      80. R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli and G. De Ninno, “Control of the Intensity of a              Wave  Interacting with Charged Particle”, Proceedings of the 28th International Free Electron Laser                  Conference (2008).

      81. T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, A. Guarino, A. Guazzini,  "Meet discuss and Trust each other: large versus small       groups” in WIWACE 2008.

      82. P.H. Chavanis, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo,  "Out of equilibrium phase transitions in Mean Field          Hamiltonian dynamics", World Scientific Conf. Proceedings, and Chaos and Transport, X. Leoncini et al.          (Eds.), to appear (2008) 

      83. R. Bachelard, A. Antoniazzi, C. Chandre, D. Fanelli, M. Vittot “Enhancement of particle trapping in the        free electron laser”, proceedings of Chaos06, Reims (Elsevier).

84.  R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, X. Leoncini, M. Vittot, A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli “Control of the Intensity of a Wave Interacting with Charged Particles”, Proceedings of the 28th international FEL conference 2006 (2006).

85.  A. Antoniazzi, J. Barrè, T. Dauxois, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, . Ruffo, “Free Electron Laser as a paradigmatic model example of sytems with long-range interactions”, Proceedings of the 28th international FEL conference 2006 (2006).

86.  F. Curbis, A. Antoniazzi, G. De Ninno D. Fanelli, “The saturated regime of a seeded single pass Free Electron Laser”, Proceedings of the 28th international FEL conference 2006  (2006).

87.  E. Allaria, G. De Ninno, A. Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, “Dynamics Control of the Elettra Storage Ring Free-Electron Laser with Digital Feedbacks”, Proceedings of the 28th international FEL conference 2006  (2006).

      88. R. Bachelard, C. Chandre, X. Leoncini, M.Vittot, A.Antoniazzi, D. Fanelli, Contrôler l'interaction                    onde-particules, Rencontres du Non-Linéaire, Paris (2006)

89.  E. Allaria, A. Antoniazzi, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, R. Meucci, F.T. Arecchi, “Stabilization of the Elettra storage ring free electron laser through a delayed feedback control method” Proceedings of the 27th international FEL conference 2005, (2005).

      90. S. Bielawski, C. Szwaj, C. Bruni, D. Garzella, G-L. Orlandi, M.E. Couprie, M. Hosaka, Amochihashi, Y.       Takashima, M. Katoh, G. De Ninno, M. Trovò , B. Diviacco, D. Fanelli, “Feedback Control of Dynamical           Instabilities in Classical Lasers and FELs” Proceedings of the 27th international FEL conference 2005,              (2005). 

91. E. Aurell, D. Fanelli, S.N. Gurbatov, A. Moshkov, “The non-linear regime of the gravitational instability. The inner structure of the pancake”,  Frontier of Nonlinear Physics (2005).

92. C. Bruni, M.E. Couprie, D. Garzella, G.L. Orlandi, L. Giannessi, E. Allaria, R. Meucci, D. Fanelli, S. Bielawski, M. Danailov, G. De Ninno, B. Diviacco, M. Trovo’, Stabilization of the pulsed regimes on a Storage Ring Free Electron Laser: The cases of Super-ACO and ELETTRA ,  EPAC 2004 (2004).

93. M.E. Couprie, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, D. Garzella , "Etudes théoriques de chaos sur le Laser à Electrons libres de Super-ACO", Comptes-Rendus de la 5e Rencontre du Non-Linéaire, Paris, 61-66  (2002).

94. D. Fanelli, E. Aurell, A. Noullez, "Heap-based scheme and 1D expanding Universe", proceeding of IAU Symposium 208 (Tokyo) (2001).

95. D. Fanelli, M. Merafina, S. Ruffo, "1-D toy model of globular cluster formation", proceedings of the Ninth Marcel Grossman Meeting,  Rome (2001).

96. E. Aurell, D. Fanelli, "Self-gravitating systems in a three-dimensional expanding Universe", cond-mat/0106444 (2001)

97. G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, "Multiple resonance treatment for linear coupling", EPAC 2000, Wien (2000).

98. E. Aurell, D. Fanelli, P. Muratore-Ginnaneschi, "Self-gravitating systems and expanding Universe ",  proceeding of  "Rencontre de Blois: the birth of galaxies", Blois, France (1998).

99.  D. Guyomarc'h, F. Doveil, Y. Elskens, D. Fanelli, "Warm beam-plasma instability beyond saturation", Transport, Chaos and Plasma Physics 2, S. Benkadda, F. Doveil, Y. Elskens eds. (World Scientific) (1997).

100.                D. Guyomarc'h, F. Doveil, Y. Elskens, D. Fanelli, “Long time evolution of a warm beam plasma instability”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. (ser. II) 41 (1997) 1493.


Technical and Internal Reports

 

101.                T. Carletti, D. Fanelli, “Emergence of species in a Chemoton-like model: Technical issues”, www.fundp.ac.be/publications/58350.pdf (2006).

102.                D. Fanelli, O.Öktem , “A suggestion for an experimental test of the validity of the standard model in ET”.Technical report, Sidec Technologies AB, Torshamnsgatan 28A, SE-164 40 Kista, Sweden, (2005)

103.                G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli , "A full analytical insight into the longitudinal dynamics of a Storage-Ring Free-Electron Laser ", Elettra Technical Report ST/SL-03/03, Trieste, Italy (2003).

104.                D. Fanelli, S. Masich, "The alignment of Electron Tomography Images", Technical Report, Sidec Technologies AB, Torshamnsgatan 28A, SE-164 40 Kista, Sweden (2003).

105.                A. Noullez, D. Fanelli, E. Aurell, "A heap-based algorithm for the study of 1D particles system",   TRITA-NA-0208, NADA, KTH  (extended version) (2002).

106.                D. Fanelli, "Clustering in a two-masses self-gravitating system in an expanding medium”, TRITA-NA-0209, NADA, KTH (2002).

 

 

Chapters of Books

 

107.                A. Antoniazzi, G. De Ninno, D. Fanelli, Stabilization of the temporal dynamics of a storage-ring free-electron laser , “Focus on Laser and Electro- Optics Research II”, Nova Science Publisher Inc. (2005)

108.                A. Ciani, D. Fanelli, S. Ruffo, “Long-range interactions and diluted neworks”, Long-range Interactions, Stochasticity and Fractional Dynamics, HEP and Springer, (2010).


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