The XIXth GISC workshop was held January the 20th 2023 in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, at Cantoblanco campus. This is the webpage with all the relevant information.
We now announce our Seminars in the Forthcoming events section. Check them out!!!
Latest news (dd-mm-yy):
23-05-2023: J.Mazo has recently published a paper in Chaos, Solitons & Fractals entitled "Dynamical and topological conditions triggering the spontaneous activation of Izhikevich neuronal network". Click on the title to read it!
09-05-2023: I. Atienza, S. Ares and S. Manrubia have just published a paper in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, entitled "Vaccination strategies in structured populations under partial immunity and reinfection". Click on the title to read it!
09-05-2023: J. Pelletier has just published a paper in nature nanotechnology entitled "Inferring scale-dependent non-equilibrium activity using carbon nanotubes". Click on the title to read it!
08-05-2023: Y. Martinez-Ratón has just published a paper in Liquid Crystals entitled "Exotic liquid crystalline phases in monolayers of vertically vibrated granular particles". Click on the title to read it!
26-04-2023: M. Pereda has just published a paper in Computers & Industrial Engineering entitled "Explainable machine learning for project management control". Click on the title to read it!
25-04-2023: R. Gutiérrez and R. Cuerno have just published a paper in Physical Review Research entitled "Nonequilibrium criticality driven by Kardar-Parisi-Zhang fluctuations in the synchronization of oscillator lattices". Click on the title to read it!
24-04-2023: Our renovated web page is online as of today!! In the meantime, some of us published a few articles. Check the latest publications in our Publications section!
24-04-2023: J. Cuesta and A. Sanchez, J. Ozaita and M. Pereda have just published a paper in PNAS entitled "Known by the company we keep: 'Triadic influence' as a proxy for compatibility in social relationships". Click on the title to read it!
24-04-2023: E. Moro has just published a paper in Nature communications entitled "Behavioral changes during the COVID-19 pandemic decreased income diversity of urban encounters". Click on the title to read it!