Chiara Cammarota

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2015- Department of Mathematics King's College London, London, UK 
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Altieri A, Roy F, Cammarota C, et al. (2021) Properties of Equilibria and Glassy Phases of the Random Lotka-Volterra Model with Demographic Noise. Physical Review Letters. 126: 258301
Ros V, Arous GB, Biroli G, et al. (2019) Complex Energy Landscapes in Spiked-Tensor and Simple Glassy Models: Ruggedness, Arrangements of Local Minima, and Phase Transitions Physical Review X. 9: 11003
Williams I, Turci F, Hallett JE, et al. (2018) Experimental determination of configurational entropy in a two-dimensional liquid under random pinning. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Biroli G, Cammarota C, Tarjus G, et al. (2014) Random-field-like criticality in glass-forming liquids. Physical Review Letters. 112: 175701
Cammarota C, Gradenigo G, Biroli G. (2013) Confinement as a tool to probe amorphous order. Physical Review Letters. 111: 107801
Cammarota C, Biroli G. (2013) Random pinning glass transition: hallmarks, mean-field theory and renormalization group analysis. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 138: 12A547
Cammarota C, Biroli G. (2012) Ideal glass transitions by random pinning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 8850-5
Cammarota C, Biroli G, Tarzia M, et al. (2011) Renormalization group analysis of the random first-order transition. Physical Review Letters. 106: 115705
Cammarota C, Cavagna A, Gradenigo G, et al. (2009) Numerical determination of the exponents controlling the relationship between time, length, and temperature in glass-forming liquids. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 131: 194901
Cammarota C, Cavagna A. (2007) A novel method for evaluating the critical nucleus and the surface tension in systems with first order phase transition. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 127: 214703
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