Publications

JOURNAL PAPERS
  1. M. Karsai, R. Juhász, F. Iglói, Non-equilibrium phase transition and finite size scaling in weighted scale-free networks. Phys.Rev.E 73, 036116 (2006)
  2. M. Karsai, J-Ch. Anglès d’Auriac and F. Iglói, Rounding of first-order phase transitions and optimal cooperation in scale-free networks. Phys.Rev.E 76, 041107 (2007)
  3. M. Karsai, I. A. Kovács, J-Ch. Anglès d’Auriac and F. Iglói, Density of critical clusters in strips of strongly disordered systems. Phys.Rev.E 78, 061109 (2008)
  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)
  5. M. Karsai, Cooperative behaviour in complex systems (Ph.D. thesis). University of Szeged and Université Joseph Fourier, e-print: UJF-TEL (2009)
  6. M. Karsai, J-Ch. Anglès d’Auriac and F. Iglói, Interface mapping in two-dimensional random lattice models. J. Stat. Mech. P08027 (2010)
  7. M. Karsai, M. Kivelä, R. K. Pan, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, A.-L. Barabási and J. Saramäki, Small But Slow World: How Network Topology and Burstiness Slow Down Spreading. Phys. Rev. E 83, 025102(R) (2011)
  8. G. Tibely, L. Kovanen, M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész and J. Saramäki, Communities and beyond: mesoscopic analysis of a large social network with complementary methods. Phys. Rev. E 83, 056125 (2011)
  9. K. Zhao, M. Karsai and G. Bianconi, Entropy of dynamical social networks. PLoS ONE 6(12), e28116 (2011)
  10. L. Kovanen, M. Karsai, K. Kaski, J. Kertész and J. Saramäki, Temporal motifs in time-dependent networks. J. Stat. Mech. P11005 (2011)
  11. H.-H. Jo, M. Karsai, J. Kertész and K. Kaski, Circadian pattern and burstiness in human communication activity. New. J. Phys. 14 013055 (2012), Nature (highlight) 482 7384 (2012)
  12. M. Karsai, K. Kaski, A.-L. Barabási and J. Kertész, Universal features of correlated bursty behaviour. Scientific Reports (Nature) 2, 397 (2012)
  13. 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)
  14. G. Krings, M. Karsai, S. Bernhardsson, V. Blondel and J. Saramäki, Effects of time window size and placement on the structure of aggregated networks. EPJ Data Science 1, 4 (2012)
  15. M. Karsai, K. Kaski and J. Kertész, Correlated dynamics in egocentric networks. PLoS ONE 7(7), e40612 (2012)
  16. H.-H. Jo, M. Karsai, J. Karikoski and K. Kaski, Spatiotemporal correlations of handset-based service usages. EPJ Data Science, 1,10 (2012)
  17. R. Kikas, M. Dumas and M. Karsai, Bursty egocentric network evolution in Skype. Soc, Netw. Anal. Min., 3, 1393 (2013)
  18. M. Karsai, N. Perra and A. Vespignani, Time varying networks and the weakness of strong ties. Scientific Reports (Nature) 4, 4001 (2014)
  19. S. Liu, N. Perra, M. Karsai and A. Vespignani, Controlling Contagion Processes in Time-Varying Networks. Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 118702 (2014)
  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)
  21. M. Karsai, G. Iniguez, K. Kaski, J. Kertész, Complex contagion process in spreading of online innovation. J. R. Soc. Interface 11, 101 (2014)
  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)
  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)
  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)
  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)
  26. Z. Ruan, G. Iniguez, M. Karsai, J. Kertész, Kinetics of Social Contagion. Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 218702 (2015)
  27. L. Alessandretti, M. Karsai, L. Gauvin, User-based representation of time-resolved multimodal public transportation networks. R. Soc. Open Sci. 3, 160156 (2016).
  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).
  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).
  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 13 125 (2016)
  31. E. Ubaldi, A. Vezzani, M. Karsai, N. Perra, R. Burioni, Burstiness and tie reinforcement in time varying social networks. Scientific Reports (Nature) 7, 46225 (2017).
  32. Y. Leo, M. Karsai, C. Sarraute, E. Fleury, Correlations and dynamics of consumption patterns in social-economic networks. Invited submission to Soc. Netw. Analys. Min. (2017) – review in progress
  33. Y. Liao, W. Du, M. Karsai, C. Sarraute, M. Minnoni, Eric Fleury, Novel Methods of Subscription Type Prediction in Mobile Phone Services. Invited submission to Lect. Notes in Soc. Netw. Analys. Min. (2017) – accepted
  34. S. Unicomb, G. Iñiguez, M. Karsai, Threshold driven contagion on weighted networks. Submitted, e-print: https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.02185
  35. M. Kivelä, J. Cambe, J. Saramäki, M. Karsai, Mapping temporal-network percolation to weighted, static event graphs. Submitted, e-print: https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.05647
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
  1. 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).
  2. 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).
  3. J. Levy Abitbol, M. Karsai, J-P. Magué, J-P. Chevrot, E. Fleury, Socioeconomic dependencies of linguistic patterns in Twitter: a multivariate analysis. Submitted to WSDM (2018).
BOOK CHAPTERS
  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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).
  4. G. Iñiguez, R. Kikas, 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 (in progress)
  5. 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
BOOKS
  1. M. Karsai, H.H. Jo, K. Kaski, Bursty Human Dynamics. Springer Briefs in Complexity (in progress, expected publication: 2017 fall)
INVITED TALKS
  1. Institut Néel, CNRS-Grenoble (December 2007, Grenoble – France), Title: Complex Networks
  2. Department of Theoretical Physics – University of Szeged (May 2009, Szeged – Hungary), Title: Cooperative behaviour in complex systems
  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
  5. BarabasiLab – Northeastern University (November 2009, Boston, MA, USA), Title: Communication sequences and temporal correlations in a mobile communication network
  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
  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
  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
  15. STACC-Microsoft/Skype Labs – University of Tartu (March 2014, Tartu, Estonia)
  16. IXXI – ENS Lyon (May, 2013, Lyon, France), Title: Dynamique des interactions humaines
  17. BECS – Aalto University (March 2014, Espoo, Finland)
  18. RESCOM Summer School – Invited Lecturer (May 2014, Furiani, Corsica, France)
  19. TNetSphys’14 – NetSci’14 Symposium (June 2014, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA)
  20. CITI Lab – INSA Lyon (June 2014, Lyon, France)
  21. Complex Networks and Dynamics – ICCSA’14 Satellite meeting (June 2014, Le Havre, France)
  22. INRIA UCOOL workshop (October 2014, INRIA Headquarter, Paris,
    France)
  23. Institute of Research and Development (October 2014, Bondy, Paris, France)
  24. Center for Network Science – Central European University (November 2014, Budapest, Hungary)
  25. Department of Theoretical Physics – University of Szeged (November
    2014, Szeged, Hungary)
  26. Electronics Engineering Department – Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (April 2015, Valparaíso, Chile)
  27. Laboratoire de Reproduction et Développement des plantes and CBP Centre Blaise Pascal – ENS Lyon (April 2015, Lyon, France)
  28. Higher Order Models – NetSci’15 Satellite meeting (June 2015, Zaragoza, Spain)
  29. 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)
  30. MARAMI 2015 (October 2015, Nîmes, France)
  31. DPCN 2016 (January 2016, Wroclaw, Poland)
  32. Mechanisms underlying local to global signals in networks (19 May 2016, Lyon, France)
  33. Higher Order Models in Network Science, NetSci’16 Satellite (30 May 2016, Seoul, Korea)
  34. Social Connectome, NetSci’16 Satellite (30 May 2016, Seoul, Korea)
  35. SocioNet’16 workshop ENS Lyon (8 June 2016, Lyon, France)
  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)
  38. PhD course on Network Science Uppsala University, Department of Information Technology, (18 November 2016, Uppsala, Sweden)
  39. RIO 2017 Summer School on Computer Science, University of Rio Cuarto, (13-18 February 2017, Rio Cuarto, Argentina)
  40. PhD Course on Network Analysis and Applications, IMéRa – Aix-Marseille University, (9 April 2017, Marseille, France)
CONFERENCE TALKS (peer-reviewed, presented by MK)
  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)
  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)
  15. Spatiotemporal correlations of handset-based service usage. Connect1ons 2012 (December 17, 2012, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA, USA)
  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)
  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)
  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)
  25. Structure and dynamics of online service adoption spreading. COMPLENET’16 (30 March 2016, Dijon, France)
  26. Socioeconomic Correlations and Stratification in Social Communication Networks. NetSci’16 (1 June 2016, Seoul, Korea)
  27. Kinetics of Social Contagion. STATPHYS26 (22 June 2016, Lyon, France)
  28. Correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic networks. IEEE/ACM ASONAM (21 August 2016, San Francisco CA)
  29. Higher-order correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic networks. CCS 2016 (19 September 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  30. Higher-order correlations of consumption patterns in social-economic networks. NetMob’17 (5-7 April 2017, Milano, Italy)
  31. All at once: a global representation of δt-connected time-respecting paths in temporal networks. CCS 2017 (17-22 September 2017, Cancún, Mexico)
  32. Not all friends are equal: How heterogeneous social influence promotes or hinders behavioural cascades in complex networks. CCS 2017 (17-22 September 2017, Cancún, Mexico)

PHD THESIS

  • Cooperative behaviour in complex systems. (Ph.D. thesis). University of Szeged, Université Joseph Fourier, Institut Néel-CNRS
MASTER THESIS
  • Nonequilibrum phase transitions on complex networks (in Hungarian)
  • Physical description of the trumpet sound (in Hungarian)
MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS AND PUBLIC APPEARANCES