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2017
  1. Sergio Arregui, Joaquin Sanz, Dessislava Marinova, Carlos Martin, and Yamir Moreno, “Design principles for TB vaccines’ clinical trials based on spreading dynamics”, in preparation (2017).
  2. Julian Vicensa, Nereida Bueno-Guerra, Mario Gutiérrez-Roig, Carlos Gracia-Lázaro , Jesús Gómez-Gardenes, Josep Perelló, Angel Sánchez, Yamir Moreno, and Jordi Duch, “Resource heterogeneity leads to unjust effort distribution in climate change mitigation”, in preparation (2017).
  3.  L. Alonso, J. A. Mendez-Bermudez, A. Gonzalez-Melendrez, and Yamir Moreno, “Weighted random–geometric and random–rectangular graphs: Spectral and eigenfunction properties of the adjacency matrix”, submitted for publication (2017).
  4.  Alejandro Tejedor, Anthony Longjas, Efi Foufoula-Georgiou, Tryphon Georgiou, and Yamir Moreno, “Diffusion Dynamics and Optimal Coupling in Directed Multiplex Networks”, submitted for publication (2017).
  5.  Alexis R. Hernandez, Carlos Gracia-Lazaro, Edgardo Brigatti, Yamir Moreno, “Robustness of cultural communities in an open-ended Axelrod’s model”, submitted for publication (2017).
  6.  Felipe Maciel Cardoso, Sandro Meloni, Andre Santanche, and Yamir Moreno, “Topical homophily in online social systems”, submitted for publication (2017).
  7.  Sergio Arregui, Joaquin Sanz, Dessislava Marinova, Maria Jose Iglesias, Sofia Samper, Carlos Martin, and Yamir Moreno, “A data-driven model for the assessment of age-dependent patterns of Tuberculosis burden and impact evaluation of novel vaccines”, submitted for publication (2017).
  8.  P. Piedrahita, J. J. Mazo, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Pulse-coupled model of excitable elements on heterogeneous sparse networks”, submitted for publication (2017).
  9.  C. Gracia-Lázaro, L. Hernández, J. Borge-Holthoefer, and Y. Moreno, “The joint influence of competition and mutualism on the biodiversity of mutualistic ecosystems”, submitted for publication (2017).
  10.  J. A. Méndez-Bermúdez, G. Ferraz de Arruda, F. A. Rodrigues, and Y. Moreno, “Diluted banded random matrices: Scaling behavior of eigenfunction and spectral properties”, submitted for publication (2017).
  11.  J. A. Molina, A. Ferrer, J. I. Giménez-Nadal, C. Gracia-Lazaro, Y. Moreno and A. Sanchez, “The effect of kinship on intergenerational cooperation: A lab experiment with three generations”, submitted for publication (2017).
  12.  L.-L Jiang, Z. Wang, C.-S. Zhou, J. Kurths, and Y. Moreno, “Assessing the impact of costly punishment and group size in collective-risk climate dilemmas”, submitted for publication (2017).
  13.  P. Piedrahita, J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno, and S. González-Bailón, “The Contagion Effects of Repeated Activation in Social Networks”, submitted for publication (2017).
  14. Carl E. Koppeschaar, Vittoria Colizza, Caroline Guerrisi, Clement Turbelin, Jim Duggan, W. John Edmunds, Charlotte Kjelsø, Ricardo Mexia, Yamir Moreno, Sandro Meloni, Daniela Paolotti, Daniela Perrotta, Edward van Straten, Ana O. Franco, “INFLUENZANET: Citizens Among Ten Countries Collaborating to Monitor Influenza in Europe”, JMIR Public Health and Surveillance , in press (2017).
  15.  G. Ferraz de Arruda, F. A. Rodrigues, P. Martin-Rodriguez, E. Cozzo, and Y. Moreno, “A General Markov Chain Approach for Disease and Rumor Spreading in Complex Networks”, Journal of Complex Networks , DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/comnet/cnx024 (2017)[Volume, issue and pages available soon]. Link to the Journal: .
  16.  Z. Wang, Y. Moreno, S. Boccaletti, M. Perc , “Vaccination and epidemics in networked populations —An introduction”, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 103, 177-183 (2017).
  17.  J. A. Méndez-Bermúdez, G. Ferraz de Arruda, F. A. Rodrigues, and Y. Moreno, “Scaling Properties of Multilayer Random Networks”, Physical Review E 96:012307 (2017).
  18.  W. Chen, C. Gracia-Lazaro, Z. Li, L. Wang, and Y. Moreno, “Evolutionary dynamics of N-person Hawk-Dove games”, Scientific Reports 7:4800 (2017).
  19.  Z. Wang, M. Jusup, R.-W. Wang, L. Shi, Y. Iwasa, Y. Moreno and J. Kurths, “Onymity promotes cooperation in social dilemma experiments”, Science Advances 3:e1601444 (2017).Supplementary Material  .
  20.  A. Aleta, Andreia N. S. Hisi, Sandro Meloni, Chiara Poletto, Vittoria Colizza, and Y. Moreno, “Human mobility networks and persistence of rapidly mutating pathogens”, Royal Society Open Science 4:160914 (2017).
  21.  A. Aleta, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “A multilayer perspective for the analysis of urban transportation systems”, Scientific Reports 7:44359 (2017).
  22.  S. Meloni, C. Xia and Y. Moreno, “Heterogeneous resource allocation can change social hierarchy in public goods games”, Royal Society Open Science 4:170092 (2017).
  23.  G. Ferraz de Arruda, E. Cozzo, T. P. Peixoto, F. A. Rodrigues, and Y. Moreno, “Disease Localization in Multilayer Networks”, Physical Review X 7, 011014 (2017).
  24.  J. Borge-Holthoefer, R. A. Baños, C. Gracia-Lazaro and Y. Moreno, “Emergence of consensus as a modular-to-nested transition in communication dynamics”, Scientific Reports 7, 41673 (2017). Supplementary Material
  25.  C. Gracia-Lazaro, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Cognitive Hierarchy Theory and Two-person Games”, Games 8(1), 1-18 (2017).
  26. 2016
    1.  A. Aleta, S. Meloni, M. Perc, and Y. Moreno, “From degree-correlated to payoff-correlated activity for an optimal resolution of social dilemmas”, Physical Review E 94, 062315 (2016).
    2.  J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno, and T. Yasseri (Eds)“At the Crossroads: Lessons and Challenges in Computational Social Science.”, Frontiers Research Topic Ebook, Lausanne: Frontiers Media, ISBN: 9782889450213 (2016).
    3.  J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno, and T. Yasseri “Editorial: At the Crossroads: Lessons and Challenges in Computational Social Science.”, Frontiers in Physics 4:37 (2016).
    4.  E. Cozzo and Y. Moreno, “Characterization of multiple topological scales in multiplex networks through supra-Laplacian eigengaps”, Physical Review E 94, 052318 (2016).
    5.  Q. Guo, E. Cozzo, Z. Zheng, and Y. Moreno, “Lévy random walks on multiplex network”, Scientific Reports 6:37641 (2016).
    6.  E. Estrada, S. Meloni, M. Sheerin and Y. Moreno, “Epidemic Spreading in Random Rectangular Networks”, Physical Review E 94, 052316 (2016).
    7.  C. Guerrisi, C. Turbelin, T. Blanchon, T. Hanslik, I. Bonmarin, D. Levy-Bruhl, D. Perrotta, D. Paolotti, R. Smallenburg, C. Koppeschaar, A. O. Franco, R. Mexia, W. J. Edmunds, B. Sile, R. Pebody, E. van Straten, S. Meloni, Y. Moreno, J. Duggan, C. Kjelsø, and V. Colizza, “Participatory syndromic surveillance of influenza in Europe”, The Journal of Infectious Diseases 214(S4), S386-S392 (2016).
    8.   E. Andre, C. Isaacs, D. Affolabi, R. Alagna, D. Brokmann, B. C De Jong , E. Cambau, G. Churchyard, T. Cohen, M. Delmee, J.-Ch. Delvenne, M. Farhat, A. Habib, P. Holme, S. Keshavjee, A. Khan, P. Lightfoot, D. Moore, Y. Moreno, Y. Mundade, M. Pai, S. Patel, A. U. Nyaruhirira, L. E C Rocha, J. Takle, A. Trebucq, J. Creswell, and C. Boehme, “Connectivity of diagnostic technologies: combining data sources to improve surveillance and accelerate TB elimination in the post-2015 era”, International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 20(8): 999-1003 (2016).
    9.   J. Poncela-Casasnovas, M. Gutierrez-Roig, C. Gracia-Lazaro, J. Vicens, J. Gomez-Gardenes, J. Perello, Y. Moreno, J Duch, and A. Sanchez, “Humans display a reduced set of consistent behavioral phenotypes in dyadic games”, Science Advances 2, e1600451 (2016).
    10.   J. P. Gleeson, K. P. O’Sullivan, R. A. Baños, Y. Moreno, “Effects of network structure, competition and memory time on social spreading phenomena”, Physical Review X 6, 021019 (2016).
    11.  J. Borge-Holthoefer, N. Perra, B. Goncalves, S. Gonzalez-Bailon, A. Arenas, Y. Moreno, and A. Vespignani, “The dynamics of information-driven coordination phenomena: A transfer entropy analysis”, Science Advances 2, e1501158 (2016).
    12.  G. Ferraz de Arruda, E. Cozzo, Y. Moreno, and F. A. Rodrigues “On degree-degree correlations in multilayer networks”, Physica D 323-324, 5 (2016).
    13.  S. Arregui, J. Sanz, D. Marinova, C. Martín, and Y. Moreno, “On the impact of Masking and Blocking Hypotheses for measuring efficacy of new tuberculosis vaccines”, PeerJ 4:e1513 (2016).
    14.  E. Cozzo, G. Ferraz de Arruda, F. A. Rodrigues, and Y. Moreno “Multilayer networks: metrics and spectral properties”, Chapter contribution to the book “Interconnected networks”, edited by F. Schweitzer and A. Garas. ISBN 978-3-319-23947-7, Springer (2016).
    15. 2015
      1.  E. Cozzo, M. Kivela, M. De Domenico, A. Sole-Ribalta, A. Arenas, S. Gómez, M. A. Porter, and Y. Moreno, “Structure of Triadic Relations in Multiplex Networks”, New Journal of Physics 17(7): 073029 (2015).
      2.   R. A. Baños, D. Garcia, Y. Moreno, and F. Schweitzer “Sentiment cascades in the 15M movement”, EPJ Data Science 4:6 (2015).
      3.   C. Saenz, C. Gracia-Lazaro, and Y. Moreno, “The role of the organization structure in the diffusion of innovations”, PLoS ONE 10(5):e0126076 (2015).
      4.   C.-Y. Xia, S. Meloni, M. Perc and Y. Moreno, “Dynamic instability of cooperation due to diverse activity patterns in evolutionary social dilemmas”, Europhysics Letters 109, 58002 (2015).
      5.   C. Poletto, S. Meloni, A. Van Metre, V. Colizza, Y. Moreno and A. Vespignani, “Characterizing two-pathogen competition in spatially structured environments”, Scientific Reports 5:7895 (2015).
      6.   J. A. Cuesta, C. Gracia-Lazaro, A. Ferrer, Y. Moreno, and A. Sanchez, “Reputation drives cooperative behavior and network formation in human groups”, Scientific Reports 5:7843 (2015).
      7. 2014
        1.   R. A. Baños, C. Gracia-Lazaro, and Y. Moreno, “La Física del Comportamiento Humano”, Revista Española de Física 28(3), 11-15 (2014). [In Spanish, title: The Physics of Human Behavior]
        2.   G. Ferraz de Arruda, A. Luiz Barbieri, P. Martin Rodriguez, Y. Moreno, L. da Fontoura Costa, and F. A. Rodrigues, “The role of centrality for the identification of influential spreaders in complex networks”, Physical Review E 90, 032812 (2014).
        3.   C. Gracia-Lazaro, J. Gomez-Gardenes, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Intergroups information exchange drives cooperation in the Public Goods Game”, Physical Review E 90, 042808 (2014).
        4.   J. Sanz, C.-Y. Xia, S. Meloni and Y. Moreno, “Dynamics of interacting diseases”, Physical Review X 4, 041005 (2014).
        5.   M. Gutierrez-Roig, C. Gracia-Lazaro, J. Perello, Y. Moreno, and A. Sanchez, “Behavioral transition with age in social dilemmas: From reciprocal youth to persistent response in adulthood”, Nature Communications 5:4362, doi:10.1038/ncomms5362 (2014).
        6.   R. Sanchez-Garcia, E. Cozzo, and Y. Moreno, “Dimensionality reduction and spectral properties of multilayer networks”, Physical Review E 89, 052815 (2014).
        7.   M. Kivela, A. Arenas, M. Barthelemy, J. P. Gleeson, Y. Moreno, and M. A. Porter, “Multilayer Networks”, Journal of Complex Networks 2, 203-271 (2014).
        8.   J. Grujic, C. Gracia-Lázaro, M. Milinski, D. Semmann, A. Traulsen, J. A. Cuesta, Y. Moreno, A. Sánchez, “A comparative analysis of spatial Prisoner’s Dilemma experiments: Conditional cooperation and payoff irrelevance”, Scientific Reports 4, 4615 (2014).
        9.   S. González-Bailón, N. Wang, A. Rivero, J. Borge-Holthoefer and Y. Moreno, “Assessing the Bias in Samples of Large Online Networks”, Social Networks 38, 16-27 (2014).
        2013
        1.   J. Sanz, E. Cozzo, and Y. Moreno, “Data reliability in complex directed networks”, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, P12008 (2013).
        2.   J. A. Molina, J. I. Giménez-Nadal, J. A. Cuesta, C. Garcia-Lazaro, Y. Moreno, and A. Sánchez, “Gender differences in cooperation: experimental evidence on high school students”, PLoS ONE 8(12): e83700 (2013).
        3.   P. Piedrahita, J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno and A. Arenas, “Modeling self-sustained activity cascades in socio-technical networks”, EPL 104, 48004 (2013).
        4.   R. Gutiérrez, R. Sevilla-Escoboza, P. Piedrahita, C. Finke, U. Feudel, J. M. Buldú, G. Huerta-Cuellar, R. Jaimes-Reátegui, Y. Moreno, and S. Boccaletti, “Generalized synchronization in relay systems”, Physical Review E 88, 052908 (2013).
        5.   E. Cozzo, R. A. Baños, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “Contact-based social contagion in multiplex networks”, Physical Review E (RC) 88, 050801 (2013).
        6.   M. De Domenico, A. Sole-Ribalta, E. Cozzo, M. Kivela, Y. Moreno, M. A. Porter, S. Gómez, and A. Arenas, “Mathematical formulation of multi-layer networks”, Physical Review X 3, 041022 (2013).
        7.   R. A. Baños, J. Borge-Holthoefer, N., Wang, Y. Moreno, and S. González-Bailón, “Diffusion dynamics with changing network composition”, Entropy 15, 4553-4568 (2013).
        8.   Z. Wang, C.-Y. Xia, S. Meloni, C.-S. Zhou and Y. Moreno, “Impact of social punishment on cooperative behavior in complex networks”, Scientific Reports 3, 3055 (2013).
        9.   C. Gracia-Lázaro, L. M. Floría, J. Gómez-Gardeñes and Y. Moreno, “Cooperation in changing environments: Irreversibility in the transition to cooperation in complex networks”, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 56, 188 (2013).
        10. J. Borge-Holthoefer, S. González-Bailón, A. Rivero, and Y. Moreno, “The Spanish Indignados Movement: Time dynamics, geographical distribution, and recruitment mechanisms”, Chapter contribution to Online Collective Action, in press, 2013.
        11. S. González-Bailón, J. Borge-Holthoefer and Y. Moreno, “Online Networks and the Diffusion of Protest”, Chapter contribution to Analytical Sociology: Norms, Actions and Networks, in press, 2013.
        12.   R. A Baños, J. Borge-Holthoefer and Y. Moreno, “The role of hidden influentials in the diffusion of online information cascades”, EPJ Data Science 2:6 (2013).
        13.   C. Poletto, S. Meloni, V. Colizza, Y. Moreno and A. Vespignani, “Host mobility drives pathogen competition in spatially structured populations”, PLoS Computational Biology 9 (8): e1003169 (2013).
        14.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, R. A. Baños, S. González-Bailón and Y. Moreno, “Cascading Behavior in Complex Socio-technical Networks”, Journal of Complex Networks 1, 3-24 (2013); doi: 10.1093/comnet/cnt006.
        15.   S. González-Bailón, J. Borge-Holthoefer, and Y. Moreno, “Broadcasters and Hidden Influentials in Online Protest Diffusion”, American Behavioral Scientist 57, 943 – 965 (2013); doi: 10.1177/0002764213479371.
        16.   C. Y. Xia, Z. Wang, J. Sanz, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “Effects of delayed recovery and nonuniform transmission on the spreading of diseases in complex networks”, Physica A 392, 1577 (2013).
        17.   M. Perc, J. Gómez-Gardeñes, A. Szolnoki, L. M. Floría and Y. Moreno, “Evolutionary dynamics of group interactions on structured populations – A review”, Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10, 20120997 (2013).
          Abstract
          Interactions among living organisms, from bacteria colonies to human societies, are inherently more complex than interactions among particles and non-living matter. Group interactions are a particularly important and widespread class, representative of which is the public goods game. In addition, methods of statistical physics have proved valuable for studying pattern formation, equilibrium selection and self-organization in evolutionary games. Here, we review recent advances in the study of evolutionary dynamics of group interactions on top of structured populations, including lattices, complex networks and co-evolutionary models. We also compare these results with those obtained on well-mixed populations. The review particularly highlights that the study of the dynamics of group interactions, like several other important equilibrium and non-equilibrium dynamical processes in biological, economical and social sciences, benefits from the synergy between statistical physics, network science and evolutionary game theory.
        18.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, S. Meloni, B. Gonçalves, and Y. Moreno, “Emergence of influential spreaders in modified rumor models”, Journal of Statistical Physics 151, 383 (2013).
        19.   S. Gómez, A. Díaz-Guilera, J. Gómez-Gardeñes, C. J. Pérez-Vicente, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Diffusion dynamics on multiplex networks”, Physical Review Letters 110, 028701 (2013).
        2012
        1.   L. Prignano, Y. Moreno, and A. Díaz-Guilera, “Exploring complex networks by means of adaptive walkers”, Physical Review E 86, 066116 (2012).
        2.   J. Gómez-Gardeñes, C. Gracia-Lázaro, L. M. Floría and Y. Moreno, “Evolutionary Dynamics on Interdependent Networks”, Physical Review E 86, 056113 (2012).
        3.   J. Iranzo, L. M. Floría, Y. Moreno, and A. Sánchez, “Empathy emerges spontaneously in the ultimatum game: Small groups and networks”, PLOS ONE 7, e43781 (2012).
        4.   E. Cozzo, A. Arenas, and Y. Moreno, “Stability of Boolean Multilevel Networks”, Physical Review E 86, 036115 (2012).
        5.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Topological versus Dynamical Robustness in a Lexical Network”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 22, 1250157 (2012).
        6.   J. Sanz, E. Cozzo, J. Borge-Holthoefer, and Y. Moreno, “Topological effects of data incompleteness of gene regulatory networks”, BMC Systems Biology 6: 110 (2012).
        7.   R. Criado, M. Romance, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Editorial to the Special Issue”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 22, 1202005 (2012).
        8.   C. Gracia-Lázaro , A. Ferrer , G. Ruíz , A. Tarancón , J. A. Cuesta , A. Sánchez, and Y. Moreno, “Heterogeneous networks do not promote cooperation when humans play a Prisoner’s Dilemma”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109, 12922-12926 (2012).
        9.   S. Meloni, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora, and Y. Moreno, “Effects of degree heterogeneity in flow fluctuations on complex networks”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 22, 1250170 (2012).
        10.   J. Sanz, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Dynamics of Persistent Infections in Homogeneous Populations”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 22, 1250164 (2012).
        11.   C. Xia, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “Effects of environment knowledge on agglomeration and cooperation in spatial Public Goods Games”, Advances in Complex Systems 15, 1250056 (2012).
        12.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, A. Rivero, and Y. Moreno, “Locating privileged information spreaders during political protests on an Online Social Network”, Physical Review E 85, 066123 (2012).
        13.   A. Cardillo, S. Meloni, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Velocity-enhanced Cooperation of Moving Agents playing Public Goods Games”, Physical Review E 85, 067101 (2012).
        14.   E. Cozzo, J. Sanz, and Y. Moreno, “Dynamics of Biomolecular Networks”, Chapter 11, pp 349-379, in “Systems Biology: Current Topics from the Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine”, (Edited by Robert A. Meyers), ISBN: 978-3-527-32607-5 (Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012).
        15.   I. Leyva, R. Sevilla-Escoboza, J. M. Buldu, I. Sendiña-Nadal, J. Gómez-Gardeñes, A. Arenas, Y. Moreno, S. Gómez, R. Jaimes-Reátegui, and S. Boccaletti, “Explosive first-order transition to synchrony in networked chaotic oscillators”, Physical Review Letters 108, 168702 (2012).
        16.   C. Gracia-Lazaro, J. A. Cuesta, A. Sánchez, and Y. Moreno, “Human behavior in Prisoner’s Dilemma experiments suppresses network reciprocity”, Scientific Reports 2, 325 (2012).
        17.   S. Meloni, A. Arenas, S. Gómez, J. Borge-Holthoefer, and Y. Moreno, “Modeling Epidemic Spreading in Complex Networks: Concurrency and Traffic”, Chapter contribution to the Handbook of Optimization in Complex Networks, Springer Optimization and Its Applications, Vol. 57, Thai, My T.; Pardalos, Panos M. (Eds.) 2012.
        18.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Growing Networks Driven by the Evolutionary Prisoner’s Dilemma Game”, Chapter contribution to the Handbook of Optimization in Complex Networks, Springer Optimization and Its Applications, Vol. 57, Thai, My T.; Pardalos, Panos M. (Eds.) 2012.
        19.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, and Y. Moreno, “Absence of influential spreaders in rumor dynamics”, Physical Review E 85, 026116 (2012).
        2011
        1.   S. Gonzalez-Bailon, J. Borge-Holthoefer, A. Rivero, and Y. Moreno, “The Dynamics of Protest Recruitment through an Online Network”, Scientific Reports 1, 197 (2011).
        2.   C. Gracia-Lazaro, F. Quihandría, L. Hernandez, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Co-evolutionary network approach to cultural dynamics controlled by intolerance”, Physical Review E 84, 067101 (2011).
        3.   S. Gómez, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Non-perturbative heterogeneous mean-field approach to epidemic spreading in complex networks”, Physical Review E 84, 036105 (2011).
        4.   S. Meloni, N. Perra, A. Arenas, S. Gomez, Y. Moreno, and A. Vespignani, “Modeling Human Mobility Responses to the Large-scale Spreading of Infectious Diseases”, Scientific Reports 1, 62 (2011).
        5.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, A. Rivero, I. García, E. Cauhe, A. Ferrer, D. Ferrer, D. Francos, D. Iñiguez, M. P. Pérez, G. Ruiz, F. Sanz, F. Serrano, C. Viñas, A. Tarancón, and Y. Moreno, “Structural and Dynamical Patterns on Online Social Networks: the Spanish May 15th Movement as a case study”, PLoS ONE 6(8): e23883 (2011).Video on 15M Movement  (@BIFI) and a brief report with the main conclusions derived from our work.
        6.   J. Borge-Holthoefer, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Modeling Abnormal Priming in Alzheimer’s patients with a Free Association Network”, PLoS ONE 6(8): e22651 (2011).
        7.   J. Sanz, J. Navarro, A. Arbues, C. Martin, P. C. Marijuan, and Y. Moreno, “The Transcriptional Regulatory Network of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis”, PLoS ONE 6(7): e22178 (2011).
        8.   M. Starnini, A. Sánchez, J. Poncela, and Y. Moreno, “Coordination and Growth: The Stag Hunt Game on Evolutionary Networks”, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, P050008 (2011).
        9.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Cooperation in Scale-Free Networks with Limited Associative Capacities”, Physical Review E 83, 057101 (2011).
        10.   C. Gracia Lazaro, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Selective Advantage of Tolerant Cultural Traits in the Axelrod-Schelling Model”, Physical Review E 83, 056103 (2011).
        11.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Evolution of Microscopic and Mesoscopic Synchronized Patterns in Complex Networks”, Chaos 21, 016105 (2011).
        12.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, S. Gómez, A. Arenas, and Y. Moreno, “Explosive Synchronization Transitions in Scale-Free Networks”, Physical Review Letters 106, 128701 (2011).
        13.   S. Gómez, A. Arenas, J. Borge-Holthoefer, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “Probabilistic Framework for Epidemic Spreading in Complex Networks”, International Journal of Complex Systems in Science 1, 47-54 (2011).
        2010
        1.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, G. Zamora-López, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “From Modular to Centralized Organization of Synchronization in Functional Areas of the Cat Cerebral Cortex”, PLoS ONE 5(8), e12313 (2010).
        2.   A. H. Rodríguez, and Y. Moreno, “Effects of Mass Media action on the Axelrod Model with Social Influence”, Physical Review E 82, 016111 (2010).
        3.   A. H. Rodríguez, and Y. Moreno, “Dyadic and Social Influence on the Axelrod Model with Clever Mass Media”, Chapter contribution to the collection Mass Media: Coverage, Objectivity and Changes Nova Publisher, (2010).
        4.   J. Sanz, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Spreading of Persistent Infections in Heterogeneous Populations”, Physical Review E 81, 056108 (2010).
        5.   B. Guerra, J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora, and Y. Moreno, “Dynamical organization towards consensus in the Axelrod model on complex networks”, Europhysics Letters 81, 056105 (2010).
        6.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Cooperation in the Prisoner’s Dilemma Game in Random Scale-Free Graphs”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 20, 849-857 (2010).
        7.   S. Gómez, A. Arenas, J. Borge-Holthoefer, S. Meloni, and Y. Moreno, “Discrete-time Markov chain approach to contact-based disease spreading in complex networks”, Europhysics Letters 89, 38009 (2010).
        2009
        1.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, L.M. Floría, Y. Moreno and A. Sánchez, “Cooperative scale-free networks despite the presence of defector hubs”, Europhysics Letters 88, 38003 (2009).
        2.   “Handbook on Biological Networks” Editors: S. Boccaletti, V. Latora and Y. Moreno, World Scientific Singapore, December 2009.
        3. M. Nekovee and Y. Moreno, “Rumor-like information dissemination in complex computer networks”, in Unifying Themes in Complex Systems Volume 5 (Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on Complex Systems), Springer Complexity Series, in press (2009).
        4.   C. Gracia-Lazaro, L. F. Lafuerza, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Residential Segregation and Cultural Dissemination: an Axelrod-Schelling model”, Physical Review E 80, 046123 (2009).
        5.   S. Meloni, A. Arenas, and Y. Moreno, “Traffic-Driven Epidemic Spreading in Finite-Size Scale-Free Networks”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106, 16897-16902 (2009).
        6.   R. Sinatra, J. Iranzo, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “The Ultimatum Game in Complex Networks”, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, P09012 (2009).
        7.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, A. Traulsen, and Y. Moreno, “Evolutionary Game Dynamics in a Growing Structured Population”, New Journal of Physics 11, 083031 (2009).
        8.   S. Meloni, A. Buscarino, L. Fortuna, M. Frasca, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora and Y. Moreno, “Effects of Mobility in a Population of Prisoner’s Dilemma Players”, Physical Review E 79, 067101 (2009).
        9.   Y. Moreno, “Complex Network Modeling: a New Approach to Neurosciences”, Chapter contribution in “Coordinated Activity in the Brain: measurements and relevance to brain function and behaviour”, Springer Verlag 2009.
        10.   A. Díaz-Guilera, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, M. Nekovee, “Synchronization of Kuramoto oscillators in Random Geometric Graphs”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 19, 687-693 (2009).
        11.   R. Sinatra, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, L.M. Floría, D. Condorelli and V. Latora, “Structural and dynamical properties of cellular regulatory networks”, in “Statistical mechanics of cellular systems and processes”, Edited by M.H. Zaman, Cambridge University Press, (2009).
        12.   L. M. Floria, C. Gracia-Lazaro, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Social Network Reciprocity as a Phase Transition in Evolutionary Cooperation”, Physical Review E 79, 026106 (2009).
        2008
        1.   A. Arenas, A. Diaz-Guilera, J.Kurths, Y. Moreno,and C. Zhou, “Synchronization in Complex Networks”, Physics Reports 469, 93-153 (2008).
          Abstract
          Synchronization processes in populations of locally interacting elements are the focus of intense research in physical, biological, chemical, technological and social systems. The many efforts devoted to understanding synchronization phenomena in natural systems now take advantage of the recent theory of complex networks.In this review, we report the advances in the comprehension of synchronization phenomena when oscillating elements are constrained to interact in a complex network topology. We also take an overview of the new emergent features coming out from the interplay between the structure and the function of the underlying patterns of connections. Extensive numerical work as well as analytical approaches to the problem are presented. Finally, we review several applications of synchronization in complex networks to different disciplines: biological systems and neuroscience, engineering and computer science, and economy and social sciences.
        2.   M. Nekovee and Y. Moreno, “Dynamics of gossip-like information dissemination in complex computer networks”, International Journal of Computer Mathematics 85, 1165 (2008).
        3.   S. Meloni, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora and Y. Moreno, “Scaling breakdown in flow fluctuations on complex networks”, Physical Review Letters 100, 208701 (2008).
        4.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, J. Poncela, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Natural Selection of cooperation and degree hierarchy in heterogeneous populations”, Journal of Theoretical Biology 253, 296 (2008).
        5.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, L.M. Floría, A. Sánchez and Y. Moreno, “Complex cooperative networks from evolutionary preferential attachment”, PLoS ONE 3, e2449 (2008).
        6.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, V. Latora, Y. Moreno, and E. Profumo, “Spreading of sexually transmitted diseases in heterosexual populations”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 105, 1399 (2008).
        2007
        1.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Synchronizability determined by coupling strengths and topology on Complex Networks”, Physical Review E 75, 066106 (2007).
        2.   S. Havlin, M. Nekovee, and Y. Moreno, “Focus on Complex Networked Systems: Theory and Application”, New Journal of Physics 9, (2007) (Editorial to the Focus Issue).
        3.   J. Poncela, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Robustness of Cooperation in the Evolutionary Prisoner’s Dilemma on Complex Networks”, New Journal of Physics 9, 184 (2007).
        4.   Y. Moreno, “The Emergence of Collective Behavior in Complex Topologies”, Proceedings of the Conference NET-WORKS’07, 97 (2007).
        5.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Synchronization of networks with variable local properties”, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 17, 2501 (2007).
        6. L. M. Floria, Y. Moreno, and J. Gomez-Gardeñes, “The Modeling of Biological Networks”, in Physics of Complex Systems and Life Sciences, Book Chapter Edited by M. A. F. Sanjuan, (Research Signpost, 2007).
        7.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, M. Campillo, L. M. Floria, and Y. Moreno, “Dynamical Organization of Cooperation in Complex Topologies”, Physical Review Letters 98, 108103 (2007).
        8.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and A. Arenas, “Paths to Synchronization on Complex Networks”, Physical Review Letters 20, 034101 (2007).
        9.   M. Nekovee, Y. Moreno, G. Bianconi, and M. Marsili, “Theory of rumor spreading in complex social networks”, Physica A 347, 457 (2007).
        10.   R. Lopez-Ruiz, Y. Moreno, S. Boccaletti, D.-U. Hwang, A. F. Pacheco, “Awaking and Sleeping a Complex Network”, Neural Networks 20, 102 (2007).
        2006
        1.   J. Clemente, Y. Moreno, J. F. Saenz and A. Velazquez, “From Physics to Biology: the interface between experiment and computation” (Editorial paper introducing the AIP Volume), AIP Conference Proceedings 851, 1 (2006).
        2.   Y. Moreno, L. M. Floria and J. Gomez-Gardeñes, “Current Trends in the modeling of Biological Networks”, AIP Conference Proceedings 851, 150 (2006).
        3.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes and Y. Moreno, “From Scale-Free to Erdos-Renyi Networks”, Physical Review E 73, 056124 (2006).
        4.   S. Boccaletti, V. Latora, Y. Moreno, M. Chavez and D.-U. Hwang, “Complex Networks: Structure and Dynamics”, Physics Reports 424, 175-308 (2006).
          Abstract
          Coupled biological and chemical systems, neural networks, social interacting species, the Internet and the World Wide Web, are only a few examples of systems composed by a large number of highly interconnected dynamical units. The first approach to capture the global properties of such systems is to model them as graphs whose nodes represent the dynamical units, and whose links stand for the interactions between them. On the one hand, scientists have to cope with structural issues, such as characterizing the topology of a complex wiring architecture, revealing the unifying principles that are at the basis of real networks, and developing models to mimic the growth of a network and reproduce its structural properties. On the other hand, many relevant questions arise when studying complex networks’ dynamics, such as learning how a large ensemble of dynamical systems that interact through a complex wiring topology can behave collectively. We review the major concepts and results recently achieved in the study of the structure and dynamics of complex networks, and summarize the relevant applications of these ideas in many different disciplines, ranging from nonlinear science to biology, from statistical mechanics to medicine and engineering.
        5.   F. Wang, Y. Moreno, and Y. Sun, “Structure of peer-to-peer social networks”, Physical Review E 73, 036123 (2006).
        6.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, P. Echenique, and Y. Moreno, “Immunization of Real Complex Communication Networks”, European Physical Journal B 49, 259 (2006).
        7.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and L. M. Floria, “Scale-Free topologies and Activatory-Inhibitory interactions”, Chaos (Focus Issue) 16, 015114 (2006).
        2005
        1.   P. Echenique, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Dynamics of Jamming Transitions in Complex Networks”, Europhysics Letters 71, 325 (2005).
        2.   P. Echenique, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and A. Vazquez, “Distance-d covering problems in scale-free networks with degree correlations”, Physical Review E 71, 035102(R) (2005).
        3.   D.-U. Hwang, S. Boccaletti, Y. Moreno, and R. Lopez-Ruiz, “Thresholds for Epidemic Outbreaks in Finite Scale-Free Networks”, Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 2, 317-27 (2005).
        4.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and L. M. Floria, “On the Robustness of Complex Heterogeneous Gene Expression Networks”, Biophysical Chemistry 115, 225 (2005).
        5.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, Y. Moreno, and L. M. Floria, “Michaelis-Menten Dynamics in Complex Heterogeneous Networks”, Physica A 352, 265-81 (2005).
        2004
        1.   P. Echenique, J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Improved Routing Strategies for Internet Traffic Delivery”, Physical Review E 70, 056105 (2004).
        2.   Y. Moreno, M. Vazquez-Prada, and A. F. Pacheco, “Fitness for Synchronization of Network Motifs”, Physica A 343, 279 (2004).
        3.   Y. Moreno, and A. F. Pacheco, “Synchronization of Kuramoto Oscillators in Scale-Free Networks”, Europhysics Letters 68, 603 (2004).
        4.   Y. Moreno, M. Nekovee, A. F. Pacheco, “Dynamics of Rumor Spreading in Complex Networks”, Physical Review E 69, 066130 (2004).
        5.   Y. Moreno, M. Nekovee, A. Vespignani, “Efficiency and Reliability of Epidemic Data Dissemination in Complex Networks”, Physical Review E 69, 055101(R) (2004).
        6.   J. Gomez-Gardeñes, and Y. Moreno, “Local versus Global Knowledge in the Barabasi-Albert Scale-free Network Model”, Physical Review E 69, 037103(2004).
        2003
        1.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Epidemic Incidence in Correlated Complex Networks”, Physical Review E 68, 035103(R) (2003).
        2.   Y. Moreno, M. Vazquez-Prada, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Error Diagrams and Temporal Correlations in a Fracture Model with Characteristic and Power-Law Distributed Avalanches”, European Physical Journal B 34, 489 (2003).
        3.   O. E. Yewande, Y. Moreno, F. Kun, R. Cruz, H. J. Herrmann, “Time Evolution of Damage under Variable Ranges of Load Transfer”, Physical Review E 68, 026116 (2003).
        4.   F. Kun, Y. Moreno, R. Cruz, H. J. Herrmann, “Creep Rupture has two Universality Classes”, Europhysics Letters 63, 347 (2003).
        5.   G. Dill-Langer, R. Cruz, F. Kun, Y. Moreno, S. Aicher, and H. J. Herrmann, “Size Dependency of Tension Strength in Natural Fiber Composites”, Physica A 325, 547 (2003).
        6.   A. Vazquez, M. Boguna, Y. Moreno, R. Pastor-Satorras, A. Vespignani, “Topology and Correlations in Structured Scale-Free Networks”, Physical Review E 67, 046111 (2003).
        7.   Y. Moreno, R. Pastor-Satorras, A. Vazquez, A. Vespignani, “Critical Load and Traffic Instabilities in Scale-Free Networks”, Europhysics Letters 62, 292 (2003).
        8.   Y. Moreno and A. Vazquez, “Disease Spreading in Structured Scale-Free Networks”, European Physical Journal B 31, 265 (2003).
        9.   A. Vazquez, Y. Moreno, “Resilience to Damage of Graphs with Degree Correlations”, Physical Review E 67, 015101(R) (2003).
        2002
        1.   Y. Moreno, R. Pastor-Satorras, A. Vespignan, “Epidemic Outbreaks in Complex Heterogeneous Networks”, European Physical Journal B 26, 521 (2002). Featured in the article: “To stop AIDS, find hub, scientists say”, United Press International, (July 23th, 2001).
        2.   R. Cruz, Y. Moreno, F. Kun, H. J. Herrmann, “Fracture Model with Variable Range of Interaction”, Physical Review E 65, 046148 (2002).
        3.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Inestability of scale-free networks under node-breaking avalanches”, Europhysics Letters 58, 630 (2002).
        4.   Y. Moreno, A. Vazquez, “The Bak-Sneppen Model on Scale-Free Networks”, Europhysics Letters 57, 765 (2002).
        2001
        1.   L. Moral, J. B. Gomez, Y. Moreno, A. F. Pacheco, “Exact Numerical Solution for a Time-Dependent Fiber-Bundle Model with Continuous Damage”, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 34, 9983 (2001).
        2.   L. Moral, Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Time Dependence of Breakdown in a Global Fiber-Bundle Model with Continuous Damage”, Physical Review E 63, 066106 (2001).
        3.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Phase Transitions in Load Transfer Models of Fracture”, Physica A 296, 9 (2001).
        4.   Y. Moreno, A. Correig, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “A Model for Complex Aftershock Sequences”, Journal of Geophysical Research 106 B4, 6609 (2001).
        1995-2000
        1.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco,“Fracture and Second-Order Phase Transitions”, Physical Review Letters 85, 2865 (2000).
        2.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Modified Renormalization Strategy for Sandpile Models”, Physical Review E 60, 7565 (1999).
        3.   Y. Moreno, J. B. Gomez, A. F. Pacheco, “Self-Organized Criticality in a Fiber-Bundle Type Model”, Physica A 274, 400 (1999).
        4.   M. Vazquez-Prada, J. B. Gomez, Y. Moreno, A. F. Pacheco, “Time to Failure of Hierarchical Load-Transfer Models of Fracture”, Physical Review E 60, 2581 (1999).
        5.   J. B. Gomez, M. Vazquez-Prada, Y. Moreno, A. F. Pacheco, “Bounds for the Time to Failure of Hierarchical Systems of Fracture”, Physical Review E 58, R1287 (1999).
        6.   J. B. Gomez, Y. Moreno, A. F. Pacheco, “Probabilistic Approach to Time-Dependent Load-Transfer Models of Fracture”, Physical Review E 58, 1528 (1998).
        7.   O. Sotolongo, Y. Moreno, J. J. LLovera, J. C. Antoranz, “Criticality in Droplet Fragmentation”, Physical Review Letters 76, 42 (1996).
        8. Y. Moreno, O. Sotolongo, “Stability and Combustion of W/O Emulsions”, Rev. Cub. Fis.14, 93 (1996).
        9. Y. Moreno, J. J. LLovera, O. Sotolongo, “Droplet Size Distribution Function in W/O Emulsions”, Proceedings of III Caribbean Congress on Fluid Dynamics and III Latin-American Symposium on Fluid Mechanics, Caracas, Venezuela, (1995).
        10. J. J. LLovera, Y. Moreno, A. Sotto, “Bubble Nucleation in Water/Gasoil Emulsions. The Influence of Water Fraction and the Surfactant Fraction”, Proceedings of III Caribbean Congress on Fluid Dynamics and III Latin-American Symposium on Fluid Mechanics, Caracas, Venezuela, (1995).
        11. O. Sotolongo, Y. Moreno, “Scaling in Liquid Atomization”, Rev. Ing. Energ. 16, 53 (1995).
        12. Y. Moreno, O. Sotolongo, “Microexplosion of Emulsified Droplets”, Rev. Ing. Energ. 16, 53 (1995).
        13. Y. Moreno, J. J. LLovera, “Combustibles Emulsionados: Su Ahorro y Eficiencia”, Ciencia, Innovacion y Desarrollo 1, 18 (1995).