Matteo Paoluzzi

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Matteo Paoluzzi is an associate researcher in the condensed matter physics department of the University of Barcelona, Spain. Paoluzzi received his PhD at Roma Tre University, Italy, and had postdoctoral positions at Syracuse University, New York, and Sapienza University of Rome. His research activity is focused on understanding collective phenomena in equilibrium and nonequilibrium systems ranging from glasses to active-matter materials. He is currently exploring the impact of active motion on the glass transition and the universality class of scalar active matter.


Measuring Entropy in Active-Matter Systems

A tool for estimating the local entropy production rate of a system enables the visualization and quantification of the out-of-equilibrium regions of an active-matter system. Read More »