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

Recent and ongoing Research projects

POST-DIGITAL

POST-DIGITAL: Neuromorphic computing in photonic and other nonlinear media

P.I.: Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
POST-DIGITAL is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. POST-DIGITAL is committed to form a new generation of engineers and researchers, affording ...

ADOPD

Adaptive Optical Dendrites

P.I.: Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
The increased demand for computation with low energy consumption requires entirely novel hardware concepts. In ADOPD we develop ultra-fast computational units based on optical-fiber technologies exploiting information processing principles used by neurons ...

Climb-Out

ChiLd MicroBes predict how to stay away from Obesity

P.I.: Emilio Hernández-García, Claudio Mirasso, Silvia Ortín
Overweight affects greater than 50% of the EU populaon and contributes to the development of chronic metabolic (type-2 diabetes) and cardiovascular disorders, which are leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Child ...

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 ...

Decaph

Dendrite-based Computation Applied to PHotonics systems

P.I.: Apostolos Argyris, Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
The DECAPH project addresses fundamental aspects of cognitive computing introducing a disruptive architecture that mimics in more detail the actual operations that are performed in the brain. By mimicking such neuron structures ...

MISLAND

Modelling island ecological complexity in the context of global change

P.I.: Lucas Lacasa, Víctor M. Eguíluz
** This project (PID2020-114324GB-C22) is part of a coordinated project between IFISC and IMEDEA, both research centers from CSIC located in Mallorca. The project is funded by AEI and a PhD fellowship ...

PTI+Neuroaging

PTI+Neuroaging

P.I.: Claudio Mirasso
El objetivo final de la medida es lograr una mejora sustancial de la calidad de vida en una población cada vez más envejecida, desarrollando y aplicando los últimos avances en técnicas moleculares ...

ESPoM

Ecosystemic Services in Posidonia oceanica Meadows

P.I.: Tomás Sintes
Identify the relevant interaction mechanisms in Posidonia oceanica (Po) meadows based on field data. Estimate the vulnerability of seagrasses in an scenario of climate change and environmental degradation. Analyze the climate change ...

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 ...

AIHUB

AIHUB

P.I.: Jose Javier Ramasco
HUB CSIC for fomenting the research and services on Artificial Intelligence.

Recent Publications

Communicability in time-varying networks with memory

Ernesto Estrada
New Journal of Physics 24, 063017 (1-16) (2022)

Correlations of network trajectories

Lacasa, Lucas; Rrodriguez, Jorge P.; Eguiluz, Victor M.
, (2022)

Quantifying mobility responses to COVID-19 containment strategies in Spain

Cuevas Blanco, Mar (Advisor: Sandro Meloni)
Master Thesis (2022)

Optical dendrites for spatio-temporal computing with few-mode fibers

Ortín, Silvia; Soriano, Miguel C.; Fischer, Ingo; Mirasso, Claudio R.; Argyris, Apostolos
Optical Materials Express 12 (5), 1907-1919 (2022)

Related News

The shape of memory in temporal networks

Jan. 25, 2022
An international team of researchers, with participation of IFISC (UIB-CSIC), have proposed a mathematical framework to estimate the memory structure of temporal networks. These findings are published in the latest issue Nature Communications.Temporal Networks (those whose structure changes over ...

Analyzing online communication as ecological systems

April 26, 2021
An international team of scientists including researchers from IFISC (UIB-CSIC) has published a study in which they analyze online communication systems from the point of view of ecology. The article, published in Nature Communications, proposes a model in which the ...

Defining the 'temperature' of language features

Jan. 22, 2021
It is estimated that 'modern' human language has been with us for at least 100,000 years. Unfortunately, the historical evolution of languages is often poorly documented, and evidence does not go further back in time than the moment when ...

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