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Alessandro Galeazzi
Alessandro Galeazzi
Assistant Professor (RtdA), University of Padova
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The COVID-19 social media infodemic
M Cinelli, W Quattrociocchi, A Galeazzi, CM Valensise, E Brugnoli, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
22522020
The echo chamber effect on social media
M Cinelli, G De Francisci Morales, A Galeazzi, W Quattrociocchi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (9), e2023301118, 2021
13802021
Economic and social consequences of human mobility restrictions under COVID-19
G Bonaccorsi, F Pierri, M Cinelli, A Flori, A Galeazzi, F Porcelli, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15530-15535, 2020
11042020
Human mobility in response to COVID-19 in France, Italy and UK
A Galeazzi, M Cinelli, G Bonaccorsi, F Pierri, AL Schmidt, A Scala, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 13141, 2021
1462021
Growing polarization around climate change on social media
M Falkenberg, A Galeazzi, M Torricelli, N Di Marco, F Larosa, M Sas, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (12), 1114-1121, 2022
1172022
Echo chambers on social media: A comparative analysis
M Cinelli, GDF Morales, A Galeazzi, W Quattrociocchi, M Starnini
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.09603, 2020
662020
The limited reach of fake news on Twitter during 2019 European elections
M Cinelli, S Cresci, A Galeazzi, W Quattrociocchi, M Tesconi
PloS one 15 (6), e0234689, 2020
602020
Conspiracy theories and social media platforms
M Cinelli, G Etta, M Avalle, A Quattrociocchi, N Di Marco, C Valensise, ...
Current Opinion in Psychology 47, 101407, 2022
592022
Political polarization of news media and influencers on Twitter in the 2016 and 2020 US presidential elections
J Flamino, A Galeazzi, S Feldman, MW Macy, B Cross, Z Zhou, M Serafino, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (6), 904-916, 2023
422023
Evidence of economic segregation from mobility lockdown during COVID-19 epidemic
G Bonaccorsi, F Pierri, M Cinelli, F Porcelli, A Galeazzi, A Flori, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.05455, 2020
302020
Entropy and complexity unveil the landscape of memes evolution
CM Valensise, A Serra, A Galeazzi, G Etta, M Cinelli, W Quattrociocchi
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 20022, 2021
272021
Comparing the impact of social media regulations on news consumption
G Etta, M Cinelli, A Galeazzi, CM Valensise, W Quattrociocchi, M Conti
IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems, 2022
132022
Lack of evidence for correlation between COVID-19 infodemic and vaccine acceptance
CM Valensise, M Cinelli, M Nadini, A Galeazzi, A Peruzzi, G Etta, F Zollo, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2107.07946, 2021
132021
COVID-19 infodemic on Facebook and containment measures in Italy, United Kingdom and New Zealand
G Etta, A Galeazzi, JR Hutchings, CS James Smith, M Conti, ...
PloS one 17 (5), e0267022, 2022
92022
A deep neural network approach for customized prediction of mobile devices discharging time
M Gentil, A Galeazzi, F Chiariotti, M Polese, A Zanella, M Zorzi
GLOBECOM 2017-2017 IEEE Global Communications Conference, 1-6, 2017
82017
Reputation-based spectrum data fusion against falsification attacks in cognitive networks
A Galeazzi, L Badia, SC Chang, F Gringoli
2021 19th Mediterranean Communication and Computer Networking Conference …, 2021
62021
Drifts and shifts: characterizing the evolution of users interests on reddit
CM Valensise, M Cinelli, A Galeazzi, W Quattrociocchi
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.09210, 2019
52019
Analyzing the changing landscape of the Covid-19 vaccine debate on Twitter
A Santoro, A Galeazzi, T Scantamburlo, A Baronchelli, W Quattrociocchi, ...
Social Network Analysis and Mining 13 (1), 115, 2023
42023
Growing climate polarisation on social media
M Falkenberg, A Galeazzi, M Torricelli, N Di Marco, F Larosa, M Sas, ...
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2112.12137, 2021
32021
Beyond Active Engagement: The Significance of Lurkers in a Polarized Twitter Debate
A Baqir, Y Chen, F Diaz-Diaz, S Kiyak, T Louf, V Morini, V Pansanella, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.17538, 2023
22023
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