Biocomplexity

Living systems are the paradigm of complex systems, with nonlinear interactions occurring at all spatial and temporal scales, from molecules and genes to the planetary scales defining the global biosphere. One of the focus of our research is the ecological level where we consider modes of organisms’ mobility and their interplay with food search, disease propagation, spatial patterning, and also with the basic ecological interactions such as competition, predation, or mutualism. Another focal issue in our studies is understanding brain function, which requires approaches at scales that range from individual neurons to the whole brain. At the neuronal level, we concentrate on aspects of synchronization between interacting neuronal populations and study how information flows. With the help of statistical measures, we analyze experimental data and compare the results with neuronal models.


Researchers

  • Ingo Fischer

    Ingo Fischer

  • Tobias Galla

    Tobias Galla

  • Damià Gomila

    Damià Gomila

  • Emilio Hernández-García

    Emilio Hernández-García

  • Cristóbal López

    Cristóbal López

  • Víctor M. Eguíluz

    Víctor M. Eguíluz

  • Manuel Matías

    Manuel Matías

  • Sandro Meloni

    Sandro Meloni

  • Claudio Mirasso

    Claudio Mirasso

  • Tomás Sintes

    Tomás Sintes

  • Raúl Toral

    Raúl Toral

  • Juan Fernández Gracia

    Juan Fernández Gracia

  • Laila Kazimerski

    Laila Kazimerski

  • Konstantin Klemm

    Konstantin Klemm

  • André Röhm

    André Röhm

  • Luíño F. Seoane

    Luíño F. Seoane

Recent and ongoing Research projects

SPASIMM

Spatiotemporality in sociobological interactions, models and methods

P.I.: Konstantin Klemm, Víctor M. Eguíluz
The Physics of Complex Systems is experiencing an important research activity, first due to the development of the Theory of Complex Networks, and second due to Big Data. The model driven approach ...

SuMaECO

Sustainability of marine coastal ecosystems in the context of global change in the Mediterranean sea: Modeling and simulations

P.I.: Damià Gomila, Tomás Sintes
The SuMaEco project is an interdisciplinary effort to try to understand the effects of global change on coastal marine ecosystems in the Mediterranean Sea by combining data, models and simulations. With global ...

HOINK

Higher-Order Interactions in complex NetworKs

P.I.: Sandro Meloni
The main idea behind the project is to move from the classical view of dyadic interactions in complex systems to higher order models that include larger groups of elements and different structural ...

IN-TREE

INCT in Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Studies in Ecology and Evolution

P.I.: Emilio Hernández-García
IN-TREE goal is to develop projects about ecological and evolutionary research questions from an interdisciplinary approach (based on integrating projects of mathematical/computational/statistical modeling and epistemology/ethics) and a transdisciplinary approach (based on integrating ...

Recent Publications

Vector-borne epidemics driven by human mobility

Soriano-Paños,David;Arias-Castro,Judy Heliana;Reyna-Lara,Adriana;Martínez,Hector J.;Meloni,Sandro;Gómez-Gardeñes,Jesús;
Physical Review Research 2, 013312 (1-12) (2020)

Altruism in populations at the extinction transition

Klemm, Konstantin; Khalil, Nagi
Physical Review Research (accepted) , (2020)

Aggression-affiliation Motifs in Bottlenose Dolphins’ Social Networks

Perez Manrique, Ana (Advisors: Fernandez-Gracia, Juan; Ramasco, Jose J.)
Master Thesis (2020)

Ecological communities from random generalized Lotka-Volterra dynamics with nonlinear feedback

Sidhom, Laura; Galla, Tobias
Physical Review E 101, 032101 (1-15) (2020)

Landscape-induced spatial oscillations in population dynamics

Dornelas, Vivian; Colombo, Eduardo H.; López, Cristóbal; Hernández-García, Emilio; Anteneodo, Celia
Submitted (2020)

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