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Personal Data:

I finished the BSc and the MSc in Physics by the University of Cantabria located in Santander,
Spain, in 1997 and the PhD, by the same university, in 2002. During that period, I worked in
the Statistical Physics group of IFCA .

After the PhD, I moved a little: A first postdoc in Oporto (Portugal) at the Centro de Fisica do
Porto
, a center belonging to the University of Porto, and a second one in Atlanta (Georgia, USA)
in Stefan Boettcher's group at the Physics Department of Emory University. Then, for five years,
I have been a research scientist at the ISI Foundation in Turin, Italy.

Nowadays, I am a Ramon y Cajal reseacher at IFISC (Insitute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and
Complex Systems) in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, associated to the University of the Balearic Islands.

To reach me:

Address: IFISC (CSIC-UIB),
Edifici Inst. Univ. Recerca,
Campus Univ. Illes Balears,
07122 Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
 
Phone: ++(34) 971 259 886

 
Fax: ++(34) 971 173 248
 
E-mail:

Research Topics:

My interests lie in the general field of Complexity. In particular, in the study of Complex Networks
and their use to better understand real world complex systems. More specifically my research
topics are the following:

Complex networks
Network Structure Inference
Internet use and Online Social Networks
Epidemic spreading
Transport and spatial systems

Publications:

These are some of the projects in which I am or have been working recently:

  • TREE, a SESAR project to analyze delay propagation in the air traffic networks:

  • EUNOIA is a FP7 European project to analyze and model urban mobility:

  • INSIGHT is a FP7 European project to analyze and model land use in cities:

    • OSLOM and network clustering in statistically significant communites:

    Some photos from my hometown: Reinosa.

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