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Today, our research on how we organize our relationships, or in more technical words, on a theoretical foundation for the empirical observation of Dunbar's circles, is out in PNAS. It is a very exciting work, mostly done by my Ph.D. student Ignacio Tamarit, in which...

Today, two students of mine defended successfully their Ph D theses at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Pablo Lozano defended his work "Hierarchy can arise spontaneously in egalitarian societies" within the Master on Mathematical Engineering, and Daniel Sierra, whom I co-supervised with Antonio Artés, presented...

PhD Position, Data Analytics for Context Aware Decision Making  Applications are invited for a PhD fellowship at the INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics, Dublin City University. The position is funded by Allied Irish Banks. The research project will be carried out in collaboration with the Universidad...

We would very much like to receive MSCA Individual Fellowships in our group at UMICCS. There is a deadline next September and you can find all the information about the application process here (you can find a summary here). We work at the boundaries between...

Tomorrow I will be in Mallorca, in a quick visit to IFISC (UIB-CSIC). I will present our latest results on the structure of ego networks and on the measurements we are carrying out at a school in Madrid. Then in the afternoon I will be...

A new paper of mine is out, in collaboration with J.A. Molina, A. Ferrer, J.I. Giménez-Nadal, C. Gracia-Lázaro and Y. Moreno, all from the University of Zaragoza, on cooperation between generations. In a logistically quite demanding experiment, we got 55 triads of grandparent-parent-child and we...

A few years ago, Katie Cronin, Dan Acheson, Penélope Hernández and myself showed that when a hierarchy is present in a human group, such that rewards from collaborative work are distributed according to that hierarchy, cooperation decreases (this paper). Now, again with Katie, but this...

In a research using ideas from behavioral sciences and game theory, we have worked along with the Federació de Salut Mental de Catalunya and a researcher team from Open Systems at Universitat de Barcelona and Universitat Rovira i Virgili to analyze the features of the...

Today, my perspective paper on experiments on human cooperation and its relation to theoretical models is out, and can be found here. I believe that quoting the abstract is the easiest way to convey what it is about: In recent years, many physicists have used evolutionary...