Fernanda Strozzi


Fernanda Strozzi was graduated in Mathematics at the University of Pavia, and received her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Twente in the Netherlands in 1997.

She is a research fellow at the Cattaneo University-LIUC where she is teaching Management and Simulation of Discrete Systems and Mathematical Methods for Industrial Applications. Her main research interests include the theory of nonlinear systems, time series analysis, control and stability of dynamical systems, bullwhip effect, complex networks theory and recently she has started to work on sustainability of supply chain and bibliographic networks.

On these issues she is the author of about 100 publications in collaboration with national and foreign research centres. She was work package leader in two European projects, one on the safety of chemical reactors (AWARD, FP5 2002-2005) and another on the theory of complex networks applied to manmade networks such as power grids and supply chains (MANMADE,FP6, 2007-2009). She is reviewer for several scientific journals, between them: International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Decision Support System, Physica A, T-ASE: Transaction on Automation Science and Engineering, International Journal of Systems Science.