Mario is a research fellow in the Data Science Lab at the University of Warwick. He received his PhD in Physics at the University of Barcelona in 2016. His research has been highly multidisciplinary including several studies on Complex Systems, Behavioural Economics, Computational Archaeology and Data Science, that have been published in top-tier scientific journals. He is interested in understanding and modelling human behaviour and its impact on the social dynamics at the collective level, especially in cities.
He has also contributed with public outreach activities organizing behavioural experiments and seminars in non-academic environments and schools within the Citizen Science approach, as well as developing data visualizations for public administrations such as the Coventry City of Culture 2021 bid.
Poncela-Casasnovas, J., Gutierrez-Roig, M., Gracia-Lazaro, C., Vicens, J., Gomez-Gardenes, J., Perello, J., Moreno, Y., Duch, J. and Sanchez, A. (2016) "Humans display a reduced set of consistent behavioral phenotypes in dyadic games", Science Advances, 2, 8, e1600451
Sagarra, O., Gutiérrez-Roig, M., Bonhoure, I. and Perelló, J. (2016) "Citizen science practices for computational social science research : the conceptualization of pop-up experiments", Frontiers in Physics, 3, 93
Gutiérrez-Roig, M., Sagarra, O., Oltra, A., Palmer, J. R. B., Bartumeus, F., Díaz-Guilera, A. and Perelló, J. (2016) "Active and reactive behaviour in human mobility : the influence of attraction points on pedestrians", Royal Society Open Science , 3, 7, 160177
Preis, T., Gutierrez-Roig, M., Segura, C., Duch, J. and Perelló, J. (2016) "Market imitation and win-stay lose-shift strategies emerge as unintended patterns in market direction guesses", PLoS One, 11, 8, e0159078
Gutiérrez-Roig, M., Gracia-Lázaro, C., Perelló, J., Moreno, Y. and Sánchez, A. (2014) "Transition from reciprocal cooperation to persistent behaviour in social dilemmas at the end of adolescence", Nature Communications, 5, 4362
Perelló, J., Gutiérrez-Roig, M. and Masoliver, J. (2011) "Scaling properties and universality of first-passage-time probabilities in financial markets", Physical Review E, 84, 6, 066110