My primary interests lie on the Physics of Complex Systems, in which I explore & design applications of network science, time series, nonlinear dynamics along with big data science-related projects in real and man-made systems (Neuroscience, Social, System Biology, among others).
I was impressed by research works showing how biological and man-made systems exhibit behaviours typically attributed to physical systems. Hence, I bet for a transdisciplinary research to solve problems in a given field by resorting to tools from a prima facie completely different one. An innovative way to find new solutions with a different perspective. I've always worked in interdisciplinary teams when this involve computational implementations, mathematical developments, physics, and applications to relevant biological and/or social problematic.
I'm part of the founder committee of the Latin American Conference on Complex Network (LANET), Organizer of the Brain Networks Satellite @NetSci & En-Red-Ando, International school of nonlinear dynamics & networks.
J.H. Martínez. Intervención sobre un modelo en red. Artwork exhibited at Neuromancia. International Year of Science. Madrid, Spain 2013