JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:


1.  M. Karsai, R. Juhász, F. Iglói:

     Nonequilibrum phase transition and finite size scaling in weighted

     scale-free networks.

     Phys.Rev.E 73, 036116 (2006), e-print: arXiv:cond-mat/0504666


2.  M. Karsai,  J-Ch. Angles d’Auriac and F. Iglói

     Rounding of first-order phase transitions and optimal cooperation in

     scale-free networks.

     Phys.Rev.E 76, 041107 (2007), e-print: arXiv.org/abs/0704.1538


3.  M. Karsai, I. A. Kovács,  J-Ch. Angles d’Auriac and F. Iglói

     Density of critical clusters in strips of strongly disordered systems. 

     Phys.Rev.E 78, 061109 (2008), e-print: arxiv.org/abs/0805.2006


4.  M. Karsai, J-Ch. Anglès d’Auriac and F. Iglói

     Non-equilibrium dynamics of the triangular antiferromagnetic Ising

     model at zero temperature.

     J. Stat. Mech., P07044 (2009) e-print: arxiv.org/abs/0905.3503


5.  M. Karsai

     Cooperative behaviour in complex systems. (Ph.D. thesis)

     University of Szeged, Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Néel-CNRS

     e-print: HAL , arxiv.org/abs/0907.3858 (2009)


6.  M. Karsai, J-Ch. Angles d'Auriac, F. Iglói:

     Interface mapping in two-dimensional random lattice models.

     J. Stat. Mech. P08027 (2010) e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1005.5666


7.  M. Karsai, M. Kivelä, R. K. Pan, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, A.-L. Barabási,

     J. Saramäki

     Small But Slow World: How Network Topology and Burstiness Slow

     Down Spreading.

     Phys. Rev. E 83, 025102(R) (2011), paper, e-print: arxiv.org/abs/

    1006.2125


8.  G. Tibely, L. Kovanen, M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, J. Saramäki

     Communities and beyond: mesoscopic analysis of a large social

     network with complementary methods.

     Phys. Rev. E 83, 056125 (2011), e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1006.0418


9.   K. Zhao, M. Karsai, G. Bianconi

      Entropy of dynamical social networks

      PLoS ONE 6(12), e28116 (2011) - open access


10. L. Kovanen, M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, J. Saramäki

      Temporal motifs in time-dependent networks

      J. Stat. Mech. P11005 (2011), e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1107.5646


11. H.-H. Jo, M. Karsai, J. Kertész, K. Kaski

      Circadian pattern and burstiness in human communication activity

      New. J. Phys. 14 013055 (2012) - open access

      Highlighted in Nature 482, 7384 (2012)


12. M. Kivelä, R. K. Pan, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, J. Saramäki and M. Karsai

      Multiscale Analysis of Spreading in a Large Communication Network

      J. Stat. Mech. P03005 (2012), e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1112.4312


13. M. Karsai, K. Kaski, A.-L. Barabási, J. Kertész

      Universal features of correlated bursty behaviour

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 2, 397 (2012), paper - open access


14. G. Krings, M. Karsai, S. Bernharsson, V.D. Blondel and J. Saramäki

      Effects of time window size and placement on the structure of

      aggregated networks

      EPJ Data Science 1, 4 (2012) - open access


  1. 15.M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész

      Correlated dynamics in egocentric communication networks

      PLoS ONE 7(7), e40612 (2012) - open access


  1. 16.H.-H. Jo, M. Karsai, J. Karikoski, K. Kaski

      Spatiotemporal correlations of handset-based service usages

      EPJ Data Science, 1,10 (2012) - open access


  1. 17.R. Kikas, M. Dumas and M. Karsai

      Bursty egocentric network evolution in Skype

      Soc. Netw. Anal. Min., 3, 1393 (2013)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1206.0883


  1. 18.M. Karsai, N. Perra and A. Vespignani

      Time varying networks and the weakness of strong ties

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 4, 4001 (2014) - open access


19. S. Liu, N. Perra, M. Karsai and A. Vespignani

      Controlling Contagion Processes in Time-Varying Networks

      Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 118702 (2014)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1309.7031


20. M. V. Tomasello, N. Perra, C. J. Tessone, M. Karsai, F. Schweitzer

      The role of endogenous and exogenous mechanisms in the formation

      of R&D networks

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 4, 5679 (2014) - open access


21. M. Karsai, G. Iniguez, K. Kaski, J. Kertész

      Complex contagion process in spreading of online innovation

      J. R. Soc. Interface 11, 101 (2014)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1405.6879


22. D. Mocanu, L. Rossi, Q. Zhang, M. Karsai, W. Quattrociocchi

      Collective attention in the age of (mis)information

      Computers in Human Behavior 51, 1198–1204 (2015)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1403.3344


  1. 23.M. Tizzoni, K. Sun, D. Benusiglio, M. Karsai, N. Perra

      The Scaling of Human Contacts in Reaction-Diffusion Processes on

      Heterogeneous Metapopulation Networks

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 5, 15111 (2015) - open access


24. G. Laurent, J. Saramäki, M. Karsai

      From calls to communities: a model for time varying social networks

      Eur. Phys. J. B 88, 301 (2015)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1506.00393


25. P. Jensen, M. Morini, M. Karsai, T. Venturini, A. Vespignani, M.

      Jacomy, J-P. Cointet, P. Mercklé, E. Fleury

      Detecting global bridges in networks

     Journal of Complex Networks 3, 4 (2015)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1509.08295


26. Z. Ruan, G. Iniguez, M. Karsai, J. Kertész

      Kinetics of Social Contagion

      Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 218702 (2015)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1506.00251


27. L. Alessandretti, M. Karsai, L. Gauvin

      User-based representation of time-resolved multimodal public       

      transportation networks

      R. Soc. Open Sci. 3, 160156 (2016) - open access


28. M. Karsai, G. Iniguez, R. Kikas, K. Kaski, J. Kertész

      Local cascades induced global contagion: How heterogeneous    

      thresholds, exogenous effects, and unconcerned behaviour govern

      online adoption spreading

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 6, 27178 (2016) - open access


29. E. Ubaldi, N. Perra, M. Karsai, A. Vezzani, R. Burioni, A. Vespignani

      Asymptotic theory for the dynamic of networks with heterogenous

      social capital allocation

      Scientific Reports (Nature) 6, 35724 (2016) - open access


30. Y. Leo, E. Fleury, J. I. Alvarez-Hamelin, C. Sarraute, M. Karsai

      Socioeconomic correlations and stratification in social-communication

      networks

      J. R. Soc. Interface 13, 20160598 (2016) - paper


31. E. Ubaldi, A. Vezzani, M. Karsai, N. Perra, R. Burioni

      Burstiness and tie reinforcement in time varying social networks

      Accepted in Scientific Reports (Nature). e-print: arxiv.org/abs/

      1607.08910



CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:


32. Y. Leo, M. Karsai, C. Sarraute, E. Fleury

      Correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic networks

      IEEE/ACM ASONAM p. 500-507, San Francisco CA, August 18-21

      (2016).

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1609.03756


33. H. Hours, E. Fleury, M. Karsai
      Link prediction in the Twitter mention network: impacts of local

      structure and similarity of interest

      16th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining  (ICDM) -

      DMHAA Workshop, Barcelona 12-15 December (2016).



BOOK CHAPTERS:


34. L. Kovanen, M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész and J. Saramäki

      Temporal motifs in communication networks

      In Temporal Networks, P. Holme and J. Saramäki (Eds.) Springer

      2013


35. K. Zhao, M. Karsai and G. Bianconi

      Models, Entropy and Information of Temporal Social Networks

      In Temporal Networks, P. Holme and J. Saramäki (Eds.) Springer

      2013


36. M. Karsai and N. Perra

      Control Strategies of Contagion Processes in Time-varying Networks

      In Temporal Network Epidemiology, N. Masuda and P. Holme (Eds.)    

      Springer 2017 (in press)


  1. 37.G. Iñiguez, Z. Ruan, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, M. Karsai
    Service adoption spreading in online social networks
    In Spreading Dynamics in Social Systems, S. Lehman, YY. Ahn (Eds.) Springer 2017 (under review)


38. L. Weng, M. Karsai, N. Perra, F. Menzer, A. Flamini

      Attention on Weak Ties in Social and Communication Networks

      In Spreading Dynamics in Social Systems, S. Lehman, YY. Ahn (Eds.)

      Springer 2017 (under review)

      e-print: arxiv.org/abs/1505.02399


CONFERENCE TALKS:


1.   Non-equilibrium phase transitions on complex networks

      Day of Statistical Physics 2006 (22 March 2006, Budapest, Hungary)


2.   Ferromagnetic Random Bond Potts model on scale-free network in

      the limit of an infinite number of state

      Journées de Physique Statistique 2007 (25-26 January 2007, Paris,

      France)


3.  Rounding of first-order phase transitions and optimal cooperation in

     scale-free networks

     The 32nd Conference of the Middle European Cooperation in

     Statistical Physics (16-18 April 2007, Ladek Zdrój, Poland)


4.  Non-equilibrium phase transitions and finite-size scaling in weighted

     scale-free networks

     Journées de Physique Statistique 2008 (24-25 January 2008, Paris,

     France)


5.  Density of critical clusters in strips of strongly disordered systems

     Day of Statistical Physics 2008 (19 March 2008, Budapest, Hungary)


6.  Density of critical clusters in strips of strongly disordered systems

     The 33rd Conference of the Middle European Cooperation in Statistical

     Physics (14-16 April 2008, Puchberg/Wels, Austria)


7.  Rounding of first-order phase transitions and optimal cooperation in

     scale-free networks

     International Workshop on Challenges and Visions in the Social

     Science (18-23 August 2008, ETH-Zürich, Switzerland)


8.  Non-equilibrium dynamics of the triangular antiferromagnetic Ising

     model at zero temperature

     Day of Statistical Physics 2009 (16 April 2009, Budapest, Hungary)


  1. 9. Dynamics and temporal correlations in mobile phone based social

     networks

     NetMob-NetSci 2010 - International School and Conference on

     Network Science  (11 May 2010, MIT Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA)


10. Timescales in evolving mobile networks

      NetMob-NetSci 2010 - International School and Conference on

      Network Science (11 May 2010, MIT Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA)


11. Small but slow world

      Physics Days 2011 - Annual meeting of the Scandinavian Physics

      Society (29-31 March 2011, Helsinki, Finland)


12. How network topology and burstiness slow down spreading

      Conference on Applications of Network Theory  (7-9 April 2011,

      Stockholm, Sweden)


13. Correlated bursty behaviour on human communication

      NetSci2011 - Spreading, Influencing and Cascading in Social and

      Information Networks Satellite  (6-10 June 2011, Budapest, Hungary)


14. Correlated dynamics in egocentric communication networks,    

      Aalto Complex Networks Factory - (4-8 June 2012, Porvoo, Finland)


  1. 15.Spatiotemporal correlations of handset-based service usage

      Connect1ons 2012 (December 17, 2012, MIT Media Lab,

      Cambridge, MA, USA)


  1. 16.Time-varying networks and the weakness of strong tie

      NetMob 2013 (May 1-3, 2013, MIT Media Lab, Boston, MA, USA)


17. Adoption Dynamics of Online Communication Networks

      TDNet 2013 (June 3-4, 2013, Technical University of Denmark,

      Copenhagen, Denmark)


18. Time-varying networks and the weakness of strong tie

      NetSci 2013 (June 5-7, 2013, Technical University of Denmark,

      Copenhagen, Denmark)


  1. 19.A new measure to detect global bridges

      TopoNets’14 - NetSci’14 Satellite (June 2, University of California,

      Berkeley, CA, USA)


20. Data-driven spreading for the detection of weak ties

      ECCS’14 (23 September, Lucca, Italy)


21. Socioeconomic correlations in communication networks

      NetMob’15 (8 April, MIT MediaLab, Cambridge, MA, USA)


  1. 22.The anatomy of online adoption spreading

      NetSci’15 (5 June, Zaragoza, Spain)


23. Complex contagion process in spreading of online innovation

      ICCSS’15 (9 June, Helsinki, Finland)


24. Socioeconomic correlations in social communication networks

      ICCSS’15 (11 June, Helsinki, Finland)


  1. 25.Structure and dynamics of online service adoption spreading

      COMPLENET’16 (30 March 2016, Dijon, France)


  1. 26.Socioeconomic Correlations and Stratification in Social Communication Networks

      NetSci’16 (1 June 2016, Seoul, Korea)


  1. 27.Kinetics of Social Contagion

      STATPHYS26 (22 June 2016, Lyon, France)


29. Correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic networks

      IEEE/ACM ASONAM (21 August 2016, San Francisco CA)


  1. 30.Higher-order correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic

      networks

      CCS 2016 (19 September 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)



INVITED TALKS:


1.   Institut Néel, CNRS-Grenoble (December 2007, Grenoble - France)

      Title: Complex Networks


  1. 2.  Department of Theoretical Physics – University of Szeged (May 2009,

      Szeged - Hungary)

      Title: Cooperative behaviour in complex systems


  1. 3.  INAC-L_Sim CEA-Grenoble (July 2009, Grenoble - France)

      Title: Nonequilibrium dynamics of the triangular antiferromagnetic Ising

      model at T=0


4.   Helsinki University of Technology (September 2009, Espoo Finland)

      Title: Cooperative Behaviour in Complex Networks


  1. 5.  BarabasiLab – Northeastern University (November 2009, Boston, MA,

      USA)

      Title: Communication sequences and temporal correlations in a mobile

      communication network


  1. 6.  Department of Psychology – University of Warsaw (December 2009,

      Warsaw, Poland)

      Title: Temporal Correlation Patterns in Mobile Phone Call Networks


7.   Saïd Business School – University of Oxford (March 2010, Oxford, UK)

      Title: Analysis of temporal and spatial patterns in mobile phone data


8.   INFSO - EU Commission (November 2010, Brussels, Belgium)

      Title: Small but slow world


  1. 9.  BarabasiLab – Northeastern University (December 2010,

      Boston, MA, USA)

      Title: Bursty correlations in communication networks


10. ISI Foundation (March 2011, Torino, Italy)

      Title: Circadian pattern and burstiness in human communication activity


11. Skype Research (March 2011, Tallin, Estonia)

      Title: Small but slow world


  1. 12.Institute of Physics - Budapest University of Technology and

      Economics (September. 2011, Budapest, Hungary)

      Title: Correlations in bursty time series: from human communications to

      earthquakes


13. MoBS – Norheastern University (February 2012, Boston, MA, USA)

      Title: Correlated Dynamics of human interactions


14. BECS – Aalto University (January 2013, Espoo, Finland)

      Title: Modelling adoption dynamics of online services


  1. 15.STACC-Microsoft/Skype Labs – University of Tartu (March 2014,

      Tartu, Estonia)


  1. 16.BECS – Aalto University (March 2014, Espoo, Finland)


  1. 17.RESCOM Summer School - Invited Lecturer (May 2014, Furiani, Corsica, France)


  1. 18.TNetSphys’14 - NetSci’14 Symposium (June 2014, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA)


  1. 19.CITI Lab - INSA Lyon (June 2014, Lyon, France)


  1. 20.Complex Networks and Dynamics - ICCSA’14 Satellite meeting (June 2014, Le Havre, France)


  1. 21.INRIA UCOOL workshop (October 2014, INRIA Headquarter, Paris,

      France)


22. Institute of Research and Development (October 2014, Bondy, Paris,

      France)


  1. 23.Center for Network Science - Central European University (November 2014, Budapest, Hungary)


  1. 24.Department of Theoretical Physics - University of Szeged (November

      2014, Szeged, Hungary)


  1. 25.Electronics Engineering Department - Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (April 2015, Valparaíso, Chile)


  1. 26.Laboratoire de Reproduction et Développement des plantes and CBP

      Centre Blaise Pascal - ENS Lyon (April 2015, Lyon, France)


  1. 27.Higher Order Models - NetSci’15 Satellite meeting

      (June 2015, Zaragoza, Spain)


  1. 28.Cecam 2015: Recognizing the relevance of change: Analysis and control of time-evolving networks in epidemiology and evolution

      Free University Berlin (July 2015, Berlin, Germany)


29. MARAMI 2015

      (October 2015, Nîmes, France)


30. RNSC annual meeting, 2015

      (November 2015, Le Havre, France)


  1. 31.Diffusion Processes in Complex Networks (DPCN), 2015

      Training workshop of NetSciX’15

      (January 2016, Wroclaw, Poland)


  1. 32.Workshop on mechanisms underlying local to global signals in

      networks (19 May 2016, Lyon, France)


  1. 33.Higher Order Models in Network Science

      NetSci’16 Satellite (30 May 2016, Seoul, Korea)


  1. 34.Social Connectome

      NetSci’16 Satellite (30 May 2016, Seoul, Korea)


  1. 35.SocioNet’16 workshop

      ENS Lyon (8 June 2016, Lyon, France)


  1. 36.Coarse-graining of Complex Systems

      CCS’16 Satellite (21 September 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


37. BURSTINESS in human behaviour and other natural phenomena

      CCS’16 Satellite (21 September 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


  1. 38.PhD course on Network Science (guest lecturer)

      Uppsala University, Department of Information Technology

      (18 November 2016, Uppsala, Sweden)


  1. 39.Exactas - Univerisity of Buenos Aires

      (10 February 2017, Buenos Aires, Argentina)


  1. 40.RIO’17 Summer School in Computer Science (lecturer)

      National University of Rio Cúarto

     (13-17 February 2017, Rio Cúarto, Argentina)


  1. 41.PhD course on complex networks and applications (guest lecturer)

      IMéRA - Aix-Marseille Université

      (7 March 2017, Marseille, France)


LONG SCIENTIFIC VISITS:


     2004-2005 (6 months) Department of Theoretical Physics -

     Saarland University, Saarbrucken, Germany

     Group of Prof. Heiko Rieger


     2009-2011 (1 month) BarabásiLab - Northeastern University, Boston,

     MA, USA - Group of Prof. Albert-László Barabási


     2011-2012 (4 weeks) STACC - University Of Tartu, Estonia

     Skype Research collaboration


     2012 (1 month) MoBS Lab - Northeastern University, Boston,

     MA, USA - Group of Prof. Alessandro Vespignani


     2013 (1 month) ISI Foundation

     Torino, Italy - Data analytics team


     2014 (1 month) Aalto University

     Espoo, Finland - Group of Prof. Kimmo Kaski

   

     2015 (2 weeks) MoBS Lab - Northeastern University, Boston,

     MA, USA - Group of Prof. Alessandro Vespignani


     2015 (1 month) Aalto University

     Espoo, Finland - Group of Prof. Jari Saramäki


     2016 (1 month) Aalto University

     Espoo, Finland - Group of Prof. Jari Saramäki


     2017 (1 month) Aalto University

     Espoo, Finland - Group of Prof. Jari Saramäki


PHD THESIS:


1.  Cooperative behaviour in complex systems. (Ph.D. thesis)

     University of Szeged, Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Néel-CNRS

     Supervisors: Prof. Iglói Ferenc, Dr. J.-Ch. Anglés d’Auriac

     e-print: arxiv.org/abs/0907.3858 (2009)


MASTER THESIS:


1.  Nonequilibrum phase transitions on complex networks (in Hungarian)

     Supervisor: Prof. Iglói Ferenc

     University of Szeged,  Department of Theoretical Physics (2005)


2.  Physical description of the trumpet sound (in Hungarian)

     Supervisor: Vidovszky László

     University of Pécs,  Institute of Medial Arts (2006)


HIGHLIGHTS AND PUBLIC APPEARANCES:


1.   Patchy communication

      Nature 482, 7384 (2012)


  1. 2.  A new model for our ‘bursty behavior’

      NEU news (by Angela Herring) - 14 May, 2012


  1. 3.  Bursty behaviour found to have similar features across complex

      systems

      Aalto News - 1 June, 2012

      phys.org - 1 June, 2012


  1. 4.  CampusChannel - ENS Lyon Complex Networks Master 2 program

      YouTube - 27 December, 2014