University of Maribor & CSH External Faculty
Matjaz Perc is professor of physics at the University of Maribor and director of the Complex Systems Center Maribor. He is member of Academia Europaea and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and he was among the top one percent of the most cited physicists according to Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers in 2014 and 2015.
Matjaz received the Zois Certificate of Recognition for outstanding research achievements in theoretical physics in 2009 and the Young Scientist Award for socio-and econophysics in 2015. His research on complex systems covers evolutionary game theory, social physics, large-scale data analysis, and network science, and has been covered by Nature News, New Scientist, MIT Technology Review, Inside Science, Boston Globe, Fox News, Chemistry World, Phys.org, Physics Today, Science News, and APS Physics.
M. Perc, V. Capraro
Grand Challenges in Social Physics: In Pursuit of Moral Behavior
Front. Phys. (2018)
M. Perc, L. Liu, S. Wang, X. Chen
Evolutionary dynamics in the public goods games with switching between punishment and exclusion
CHAOS 28 (2018) 103105
M. Perc, S. Khajanchi, D. Ghosh
The influence of time delay in a chaotic cancer model
CHAOS 28 (2018) 103101
H. Sigaki, M. Perc, H. Ribeiro
History of art paintings through the lens of entropy and complexity
PNAS (2018) 201800083
M. Perc, R. Markovič, M. Gosak, M. Marhl, V. Grubelnik
Applying network theory to fables: Complexity in Slovene belles-lettres for different age groups
Journal of Complex Networks cny (2018)
M. Perc, E. Nepomuceno, A. Barbosa, M. Silva
Individual-based modelling and control of bovine brucellosis
Royal Society Open Science 5 (2018) 180200
M. Perc, , C. Shen, C. Chu, L. Shi, Z. Wang
Aspiration-based coevolution of link weight promotes cooperation in the spatial prisoner’s dilemma game
Royal Society Open Science 5 (2018) 180199
M. Perc, J-M. Ginoux, H. Ruskeepää et al.
Is type 1 diabetes a chaotic phenomenon?
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 111 (2018) 198-205
M. Perc, E. Nepomuceno, S. Martins et al.
Inconsistencies in numerical simulations of dynamical systems using interval arithmetic
International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 28 (2018) 1850055
M.Perc, Q. Wang, Y. Liu et al.
Heterogeneous investments promote cooperation in evolutionary public goods games
Physica A 502 (2018) 570-575
M. Perc, B. Silva, S. Martins et al.
Detecting unreliable computer simulations of recursive functions with interval extensions
Applied Mathematics and Computation 329 (2018) 408-419
M. Perc, Y. Li, J. Zahng
Effects of compassion on the evolution of cooperation in spatial social dilemmas
Applied Mathematics and Computation Volume 320 (2018) 437-443
M. Perc, R. Markovic, M. Marhl et al.
Network science of biological systems at different scales: A review
Phys Life Rev 24 (2018) 118-135
M. Perc, I. Bačić, I. Franović
Disordered configurations of the Glauber model in two-dimensional networks
Europhysics Letters 120 (2017) 68001
M. Perc, M. Gosak, J. Dolenšek et al
Loosening the shackles of scientific disciplines with network science Reply to comments on “Network science of biological systems at different scales: A review”
Physics of Life Reviews 24 (2018) 162–167
H. Ribeiro, L. Alves, A. Martins, E. Lenzi, M. Perc
The dynamical structure of political corruption networks
Journal of Complex Networks (2018) cny002
M. Perc, A. Szolnoki
Evolutionary dynamics of cooperation in neutral populations
New Journal of Physics 20 (2018) 013031
M. Perc, M. Gosak et al.
Critical and supercritical spatiotemporal calcium dynamics in beta cells
Front Physiol 8 (2017) 1106
M. Perc, A. Szolnok
Second-order free-riding on antisocial punishment restores the effectiveness of prosocial punishment
PhysRev X 7 (2017) 041027