Dr Ruggero Gramatica
Honorary Research Associate
Dr. Ruggero Gramatica's research focus is in the field of complex systems and in particular the investigation of econophysic's phenomena. Ruggero's main activity sits at the intersection of graph-theoretic methods, machine learning, econometric and financial models and applications in real-world industries.
He maintains involvement in both industrial and academic sectors where over many years he has contributed to the creation and expansion of blue-chip and early-stage companies in the United States and across Europe, as well actively participating in research and academic funding activities.
Ruggero is currently expanding his interest within the field of complexity economics by leveraging his recent work on a graph-based dynamic data framework where he and his team were able to improve efficiency and depth in the creation of multi-factor models underlying financial market indices, ETFs as well as beta and alpha predictive investment strategies.
In addition to a PhD in Applied Mathematics from King’s College London, Ruggero earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, an Engineering degree from the Politecnico di Milano University and a Certificate in Quantitative Finance.