Santo Fortunato is a professor is the School of Informatics and Computing at IU Bloomington.
Fortunato received his PhD in Theoretical Physics in 2000 at the Department of Physics of the University of Bielefeld, Germany, working on lattice gauge theories, percolation and phenomenology of heavy-ion collisions. He switched to complexity science in 2004, and from 2005 till 2007 he has been a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Informatics and Computing of Indiana University, working in the group of Alessandro Vespignani. From 2007 till 2011 Santo has been at ISI Foundation in Turin, Italy, first as research scientist then as a scientific leader. In 2011 he joined the the School of Science of Aalto University, Finland, where he was full professor in the Department of Computer Science before returning to IU.
- X. Yan, L. G. S. Jeub, A. Flammini, F. Radicchi, S. Fortunato, Weight Thresholding on Complex Networks, Physical Review E 98, 042304 (2018)
- R. K. Pan, A. M. Petersen, F. Pammolli, S. Fortunato, The memory of science: Inflation, myopia, and the knowledge network, Journal of Informetrics 12 (3), 656-678 (2018)
- L. W. Swanson, J. D. Hahn, L. G. S. Jeub, S. Fortunato, O. Sporns, Subsystem organization of axonal connections within and between the right and left cerebral cortex and cerebral nuclei (endbrain), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 115 (29), E6910-E6919 (2018)
- L. G. S. Jeub, O. Sporns, S. Fortunato, Multiresolution Consensus Clustering in Networks, Scientific Reports 8, 3259 (2018)