Francesco Sorrentino


Postdoc position

A postdoctoral position is available starting January 2017. The ideal candidate has a solid theoretical background in either nonlinear dynamics or controls and a record of interdisciplinary research in the area of complex networks. Previous experience in studying biological systems is desirable. The candidate will help coordinate the work of several Ph.D. students.

If interested, please send your CV and two letters of reference to Francesco Sorrentino,  

Ph.D. positions

We are looking for a PhD candidate with a background in either physics or engineering to work in the following areas:
  1. Complex networks
  2. Chaos and complexity
  3. Networks of neurons
  4. Smart grids

News and Events

  • Sorrentino is a 2016 awardee of the ONR Summer Faculty Fellowship Program.


  • New paper "Symmetries, Cluster Synchronization, and Isolated Desynchronization in Complex Networks” featured in Nature Communications. (Download paper).


  • UNM researcher looks at hidden symmetries, cluster synchronization. Link


  • In sync: Researchers Discover way to coordinate different types of robots. Link


  • UNM researchers help robots talk to each other. Link