Last thesis defended in the group

Sergio Arregui
Modeling Tuberculosis spreading for the evaluation of new vaccines – November 29th, 2018.

Pablo Piedrahita
Non-linear models on complex networked systems: from synchronization phenomena to activity patterns and cascades – September 12th, 2017.

Emanuele Cozzo
Multiplex Networks: Structure and Dynamics – February 2nd, 2016.

Rafael Tapia Rojo
Modeling biomolecules: Interactions, forces and free energies – January 22nd, 2016

Ana Elisa Bergues Pupo
Mesoscopic modeling of DNA under the influence of mechanical and thermal forces – December 11th, 2015

Isaac Fernando Quijandría Díaz
One-dimensional bosons in circuit QED – October 21st, 2015

Joaquín Sanz Remón
Tackling Complexity in Biological Systems: multi-scale approaches to tuberculosis infection – October 22nd, 2014

Raquel Álvarez Baños
Collective behavior and information structure in socio-technical networks: Analysis and models - July 11st, 2014

Alessio Vincenzo Cardillo
Beyond Simple Complex-Networks: Coevolution, Multiplexity and Time-varying interactions - July 4th, 2014


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