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  • Computational psychiatry and integral models of behavior.
    Co-PIs: Antonio Artés and Enrique Baca.
    Comunidad de Madrid, Proyectos Sinérgicos. The team consisted of members of GISC and of the Signal Theory Department at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, along with personnel of the Fundación Jiménez Díaz.
  • Biological and social complexity (BASIC).
    Co-PIs: Angel Sánchez and José A. Cuesta.
    Agencia Estatal de Investigación. The team consisted of members of GISC at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2022.
  • Bridging the gap: from Individual Behavior to the Socio-tEchnical MaN (IBSEN).
    PI: Angel Sánchez
    FET-Open, H2020, European Commission, 2 600 000 €. The team consisted of groups from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (coordinator), Universidad de Zaragoza, Universitat de València, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Aalto University and Universiteit van Amsterdam. September 1, 2015 - August 31, 2018.
  • Dunbar's numbers and the structure of digital societies: modeling and simulation (DUNDIG).
    PI: Angel Sánchez
    Fundación BBVA, 72 692 €. October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2018.
  • Modeling, simulation and analysis of complex systems (MOSAICO).
    PI: Angel Sánchez
    Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, 500 000 €. The team included 10 faculty and 16 postdocs and Ph D students from two Universities in Madrid and produced 213 papers. Finished in 2013.
  • Resilience of Networks in Ecology and Economy (RESINEE).
    PI: Angel Sánchez
    ERA–Net on Complexity. 500 000 € (coordinated a Spanish–British–Dutch team). The team included 6 faculty and 4 postdocs and produced 41 papers. Finished in 2013.