Publications in JCR-indexed journals

Núñez, M., P. J. Reyes-Santiago, O. E. Malandraki (2017), Real-time prediction of the occurrence of GLE events, Space Weather, 15, 7, pp 861-873, Preprint (PDF).

Zucca, P., M. Núñez and K. Klein (2017), Exploring the potential of microwave diagnostics in SEP forecasting: The occurrence of SEP events, Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, vol. 7, A13, 2017.

Núñez, M., T. Nieves-Chinchilla, and A. Pulkkinen (2016), Prediction of Shock Arrival Times from CME and Flare Data, Space Weather, 14, 2016, Preprint (PDF).

García-Rigo A., M. Núñez, R. Qahwaji, O. W. Ashamari, M. Hernández-Pajares, P. Jiggens, A. Hilgers, G. Pérez (2016), Prediction and Warning system of SEP events and Solar Flares for Risk Estimation in Space Launch Operations, Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, 6 (2016) A28, doi:

Núñez, M. (2015), Real-time prediction of the occurrence and intensity of the first hours of > 100 MeV solar energetic proton events, Space Weather, 13, See Space Weather Quarterly (the cover headline is about this model; paper's full text is in pages 22-34).

Tsagouri I., A. Belehaki, N. Bergeot, C. Cid, M. Núñez, et al. (2013), Progress in space weather modeling in an operational environment, J. Space Weather Space Climate, 3, A17, 2013, doi:10.1051/swsc/2013037.

Núñez, M. (2011), Predicting solar energetic proton events (E > 10 MeV), Space Weather, 9, S07003, doi:10.1029/2010SW000640. Preprint (PDF).

Fidalgo-Merino, R., Núñez, M. (2011), Self-Adaptive Induction of Regression Trees, in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 33, 8, pp.1659-1672, Aug. 2011, doi: 10.1109/TPAMI.2011.19.

Nuñez M., R. Fidalgo-Merino, R.Morales, (2007), Learning in Environments with Unknown Dynamics: Towards more Robust Concept Learners, Journal of Machine Learning Research, 8, (2007) 2595-2628, pp 2595 - 2628.

Núñez M., Morales R. (2006) , Extreme value dependence in problems with a changing causation structure, Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, 4093, pp 899-910, 2016

Nuñez M., R. Fidalgo, M. Baena, R.Morales, (2005), The influence of active region information in the prediction of solar flares: an empirical model using Data Mining, Annales Geophysicae, 23, 9, pp 3129 - 3138.

Nuñez M., R. Fidalgo, R.Morales (2005), On-Line Learning of Decision Trees in Problems with Unknown Dynamics, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Proceedings of MICAI-2005), 3789, pp 443 - 453.

Nuñez M., R.Morales, F.Triguero (2002), Automatic Discovery of Rules for Predicting Network Management Events, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications Special Issue: Recent Advances in Fundamentals of Network Management,  20, 4, doi: 10.1109/JSAC.2002.1003040.

Núñez N. (2000), Learning Patterns of Behavior by Observing System Events, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2000, Volume 1810/2000, 323-330, doi: 10.1007/3-540-45164-1_34.

Núñez, M. (1991), The Use of Background Knowledge in Decision Tree Induction, Machine Learning, Vol 6, 3, DOI: 10.1007/BF00114778,, Pags: 231-250.

Selected conference papers, book chapters and presentations

Núñez M., K.-L. Klein, B. Heber, O. E. Malandraki, P. Zucca, J. Labrens, P. Reyes, P. Kuehl and E. Pavlos (2017), HESPERIA forecasting tools: Real-time and post-event, in Solar Particle Radiation Storms Forecasting and Analysis, ISBN 978-3-319-60051-2, Springer Nature, 2018. 

Posner A., O. Malandraki, M. Núñez, B. Heber, et al. (2017), Solar Particle Radiation Storms Forecasting and Analysis within the Framework of the ‘HESPERIA’ HORIZON 2020 Project, Abstract SH21A-2638, presented at 2017 Fall Meeting, AGU, New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec.

Núñez, M., P. J. Reyes-Santiago, O. E. Malandraki (2017). Prediction of Ground Level Enhancements, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposium 335, Cambridge University Press, 2017.

Malandraki O., K.-L. Klein, R. Vainio, N. Agueda, M. Núñez, et al. (2016) ‘HESPERIA’ HORIZON 2020 project: High Energy Solar Particle Events foRecastIng and Analysis’, European Geophysical Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 17–22 April 2016.

Núñez  M., P. Reyes (2016), ‘On the prediction of GLE events’, European Geophysical Union General Assembly (2016), Vienna, Austria, 17-22 April 2016

Malandraki, O. K.-L. Klein, R. Vainio, N. Agueda, M. Nuñez, et al. (2015), High Energy Solar Particle Events foRecastIng and Analysis: The HESPERIA Project’. In: Proceedings of the  34th International Cosmic Ray Conference, PoS (ICRC2015), 2015.

García-Rigo A., M. Nuñez, R. Qahwaji, et al. (2015), Prediction system for the anticipation of Space Weather events affecting ionosphere and GNSS satellite systems, 5th International Colloquium Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of the Galileo Programme, 27-29 October 2015, Braunschweig, Germany.

García-Rigo A., M. Nuñez, R. Qahwaji, O. Ashamari, P. Jiggens, G. Pérez (2015), Space Weather Prediction System providing forecasts and alerts on solar flares and SEP events, ESWW12: European Space Weather Week: Oostende, Belgium: November 23-27, 2015.

Wintoff P. et al (2012), Verification of space weather models, European Space Weather Week, November, 2012, Brussels, Belgium.

Núñez M. (2011), Comparison of two operational SEP Forecasting Services taking into Account the first Years of the Solar Cycle 24, European Space Weather Week, December, 2011, Namur, Belgium

Núñez, M., Nuñez, D. (2011), On the assessment of the quality of hazardous event forecasts, COST Action ES0803 - Workshop on Assessment and Validation of Space Weather Models, Alcala, Spain, 16-17 March, 2011

Núñez M. (2010), Dual-model for predicting Solar Energetic Proton Events, European Space Weather Week, November, 2010, Brugge, Belgium.

Núñez M. (2010), Real-time estimations of Sun-Earth magnetic connection for predicting well-connected SEP events and identifying the associated solar regions, IAU Symposium 273 - Physics of Sun and Star Spots, CSU press, August 2010.

Núñez M. (2009), Real-time forecasting of SEP events with warning time of up to seven-hours and low false alarm rate, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, Colorado

Núñez, M. (2008), A model for predicting the hourly mean Bz magnitude near solar minima, 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 37, 2251

Núñez, M. Nuñez, D. (2008), A Model for Predicting the Onset and Intensity of Well-Connected SEPs and Its Evaluation for Cycles 22 and 23, European Space Weather Week, November, 2008, Brussels, Belgium.

Núñez M., R Fidalgo, R Morales (2006) On forecasting the onset of solar proton events, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 2 (S233), 81-82

Núñez M., R. Morales (2006), Extreme value dependence in problems with changing causation structure, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 4093, 899 - 910

Núñez M. and R. Fidalgo (2005), On-line learning of decision trees in problems with unknown dynamics, MICAI 2005: Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 443-453
Núñez M., R Fidalgo, R Morales (2004), Reducing potential risks by preventing events: A case study, Management and Control of Production and Logistics 2004 (MCPL 2004).

Núñez M., R Fidalgo, R Morales (2004), Discovering temporal patterns from events and other multivariate data, Proceedings of the Congress Euro Electromagnetics (EUROEM 2004)
M Núñez, R Morales (2004), Incorporating prediction facilities to autonomous systems, Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents, ACM, 2004

Núñez M. (2000), Generalized regression trees, Proceedings in Computational Statistics 14th (COMPSTAT 2000), The Netherlands Springer, 367-372.

Núñez, M. (1990), Decision tree induction using domain knowledge, in Wielinga B et al (eds) Current Trends in Knowledge Acquisition, IOS Press, ISBN: 978-90-5199-036-2, pp. 276-288.

Núñez, M. (1988). Economic induction: A case study. Proceedings of the Third European Working Session on Learning, EWSL-88, Glasgow, 3-5 October 1988, eds. D. Sleeman, ISBN-10: 0273088009, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, pp. 139-145.

Recent invited talks

"Exploring the use of EUV measurements for making real-time SEP event predictions", Solar Transient Events Forum, Goddard Space Flight Center / NASA, December 5, 2017, Greenbelt, USA.

"Prediction of the Occurrence and Intensity of SEP Events with Energies >100 MeV and >500 MeV Using the UMASEP Scheme", SEPRAD Expert Workshop - Forecasting of Solar Energetic Particle Radiation Effects, September 18-19, 2017, Seibersdorf, Austria.

"Use of the UMASEP scheme for predicting >100 MeV and >500 MeV SEP events", BBC-SWS International Conference on Solar Variability and its Heliospheric Effects, November 1-5, 2015, Athens, Greece.

"Prediction of >100 MeV SEP events", European Radiation Dosimetry Group - Anual Meeting, WG11 session, 2013, Barcelona, Spain.

“Real-Time Forecasting the Onset of Prompt SEP Events”, Global Space Forum, May 2008, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

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