109) Atkinson-Clement C, Alkhawashki M, Ross J, Gatica M, Zhang C, Sallet J, Kaiser M. Dynamical and individualised approach of transcranial ultrasound neuromodulation effects in non-human primates. Scientific Reports, 14:11916, 2024. [PDF]

108) Atkinson-Clement C, Howett D, Alkhawashki M, Ross J, Slater B, Gatica M, Zhang C, Petkov C, Kaiser M. Extended Temporal Dynamics of Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation in the Primate Brain. iScience, 2024.

107) Gatica M, Atkinson-Clement C, Pedro A. M. Mediano PAM, Alkhawashki M, Ross J, Sallet J, Kaiser M. Transcranial ultrasound stimulation effect in the redundant and synergistic networks consistent across macaques. Network Neuroscience, 2024.

106) Yang Y, Shuai C, Long W, Dong L, Kaiser M. User Identification, Cross-layer, Topology Consistency, Link Prediction, Multilayer Complex Network. Neurocomputing, 2024. 

105) Kaiser M. Ten simple rules for establishing an experimental lab. PLOS Computational Biology 20:e1011778, 2024.

104) Kopetzky SJ, Li Y, Kaiser M, Butz-Ostendorf M. Predictability of intelligence and age from structural connectomes. PLOS ONE 19(4):e0301599, 2024.

103) Mackay M, Huo S, Kaiser M (2023) Spatial organisation of the mesoscale connectome: A feature influencing synchrony and metastability of network dynamics. PLOS Computational Biology,  19 (8), e1011349 [PDF]

102) Kaiser M (2023). Connectomes: from a sparsity of networks to large-scale databases. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 17, 1170337 [PDF]

101) Hayward CJ, Huo S, Chen X, Kaiser M (2023). Non-optimal component placement of the human connectome supports variable brain dynamics. Network Neuroscience [PDF]

100) Yu Q, Yin D, Kaiser M, Xu G, Guo M, Liu F, Li J, Fan M (2023). Pathway-Specific Mediation Effect Between Structure, Function, and Motor Impairment After Subcortical Stroke. Neurology 100 (6), e616-e626

99) Breitwieser L, Hesam A, de Montigny J, Vavourakis V, Iosif A, Jennings J, Kaiser M, Manca M, Di Meglio A, Al-Ars Z, Rademakers F, Mutlu O, Bauer R (2022). BioDynaMo: a modular platform for high-performance agent-based simulation. Bioinformatics, 38(2), 453-460

98) Lai Y, He N, Wei H, Deng L, Zhou H, Li J, Kaiser M, Zhang C, Li D, Sun B (2022). Value of functional connectivity in outcome prediction for pallidal stimulation in Parkinson disease. Journal of Neurosurgery 1 (aop), 1-11

97) Mehraram R, Peraza LR, Murphy NRE, Cromarty RA, Graziadio S, O’Brien JT, Killen A, Colloby SJ, Firbank M, Su L, Collerton D, Taylor JP, Kaiser M (2022). Functional and structural brain network correlates of visual hallucinations in Lewy body dementia. Brain, 145(6), 2190-2205

96) Zaaimi, B, Turnbull, M, Hazra, A, Wang, Y, Gandara, C, McLeod, F, McDermott EE, Escobedo-Cousin E, Shah Idil A, Bailey RG, Tardio S, Patel A, Ponon N, Gausden J, Walsh D, Hutchings F, Kaiser M, Cunningham MO, Clowry G, LeBeau FEN, Constandinou TG, Baker SN, Donaldson N, Degenaar P, O’Neill A, Trevelyan A, Jackson A (2022). Closed-loop optogenetic control of the dynamics of neural activity in non-human primates. Nature Biomedical Engineering, 1-17

95) Jiang S, Otero-Muras I, Banga J, Wang Y, Kaiser M, Krasnogor N (2022). OptDesign: Identifying Optimum Design Strategies in Strain Engineering for Biochemical Production. ACS Synthetic Biology.

94) Huo S, Zou Y, Kaiser M, Liu Z (2022). Time-limited self-sustaining rhythms and state transitions in brain networks. Physical Review Research, 4(2), 23076

93) Yin, D, & Kaiser M (2021). Understanding neural flexibility from a multifaceted definition. NeuroImage, 235, 118027

92) Chen X, Wang Y, Kopetzky SJ, Butz‐Ostendorf M, & Kaiser M (2021). Connectivity within regions characterizes epilepsy duration and treatment outcome. Human brain mapping, 42(12), 3777-3791

91) Chen X, Necus J, Peraza LR, Mehraram R, Wang Y, O’Brien JT, Blamire A, Kaiser M, Taylor JP (2021). The functional brain favours segregated modular connectivity at old age unless affected by neurodegeneration. Nature Communications Biology, 4(1), 1-16

90) Chen X, Wang Y, Kopetzky SJ, Butz-Ostendorf M, Kaiser M (2021). Connectivity within regions characterizes epilepsy duration and treatment outcome. Human Brain Mapping, 42: 3777-3791.

89) Hall GR, Kaiser M, Farr TD (2021). Stroke induced functional connectivity change is comparable from mouse to man. Stroke, doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.034097.

88) Yin D, Kaiser M (2021). Understanding Neural Flexibility from a Multifaceted Definition. Neuroimage, 235:118027.

87) R Bauer, G Clowry, M Kaiser (2021). Creative destruction: a basic computational model of cortical layer formation. Cerebral Cortex, bhab003.

86) S Lee, D Kim, HC Youn, WSW Hyung, S Suh, M Kaiser, CE Han, HG Jeong (2021). Brain network analysis reveals that amyloidopathy affects comorbid cognitive dysfunction in older adults with depression. Scientific Reports, 11:4299.

85) J Carmon, J Heege, JH Necus, TW Owen, G Pipa, M Kaiser, PN Taylor, Y Wang (2020). Reliability and comparability of human brain structural covariance networks. NeuroImage 117104

84) C Thornton, F Hutchings, RJ Tomsett, M Kaiser (2020). VERTEX. Scholarpedia15:53365

83) S Jiang, Y Yang, M Kaiser, N Krasnogor (2020). NIHBA: A Network Interdiction Approach for Metabolic Engineering Design. Bioinformatics 36:3482-3492

82) S Jiang, H Li, J Guo, M Zhong, S Yang, M Kaiser, N Krasnogor (2020). AREA: An adaptive reference-set based evolutionary algorithm for multiobjective optimisation. Information Sciences 515, 365-387

81) E Giannakakis, F Hutchings, CA Papasavvas, CE Han, B Weber, C Zhang, M Kaiser(2020). Computational modelling of the long-term effects of brain stimulation on the local and global structural connectivity of epileptic patients. PLOS ONE 15 (2), e0221380

80) CA Papasavvas, AJ Trevelyan, M Kaiser, Y Wang (2020). Divisive Gain Modulation Enables Flexible and Rapid Entrainment in a Neocortical Microcircuit Model. Journal of Neurophysiology

79) E Giannakakis, CE Han, B Weber, F Hutchings, M Kaiser (2020). Towards simulations of long-term behavior of neural networks: Modelling synaptic plasticity of connections within and between human brain regions. Neurocomputing

78) R Mehraram, M Kaiser, R Cromarty, S Graziadio, JT O’Brien, A Killen,  et al. (2020). Weighted network measures reveal differences between dementia types: An EEG study. Human Brain Mapping 41(6):1573-1590

77) Kaiser M, (2020). Computational models and fundamental constraints can inform the design of synthetic connectomes. Physics of Life Reviews 33:16-18

76) Schumacher J, Peraza LR, Firbank M, Thomas AJ, Kaiser M, Gallagher P, O’Brien JT, Blamire AM, Taylor JP (2019). Dynamic functional connectivity changes in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease. NeuroImage: Clinical 22:101812. [Article (PDF)]

75) Thornton C, Hutchings F, Kaiser M (2019). The Virtual Electrode Recording Tool for EXtracellular Potentials (VERTEX) Version 2.0: Modelling in vitro electrical stimulation of brain tissue. Wellcome Open Research 4. [Article (PDF)]

74) Jiang S, Kaiser M, Yang S, Kollias S, Krasnogor N (2019). A Scalable Test Suite for Continuous Dynamic Multiobjective Optimization. IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics. [Article (PDF)]

73) Schumacher J, Peraza LR, Firbank M, Thomas AJ, Kaiser M, Gallagher P, O’Brien JT, Blamire AM, Taylor JP (2019). Dysfunctional brain dynamics and their origin in Lewy body dementia. Brain 142:1767-1782. [Article (PDF)]

72) Schumacher J, Cromarty R, Gallagher P, Firbank MJ, Thomas AJ, Kaiser M, Blamire AM, O’Brien JT, Peraza LR, Taylor  JP (2019). Structural correlates of attention dysfunction in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s disease: an ex-Gaussian analysis. Journal of Neurology. [Article (PDF)]

71) Sinha N, Wang Y, Dauwels J, Kaiser M, Thesen T, Forsyth R, Taylor PN (2019). Computer modelling of connectivity change suggests epileptogenesis mechanisms in idiopathic generalised epilepsy. Neuroimage:Clinical, 21:101655. [Article (PDF)]

70) Peraza LR, Díaz A, Kennion O, Moratal B, Taylor JP, Kaiser M, Bauer R (2019). Structural connectivity centrality changes mark the path towards Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring, 11:98-107. [Article (PDF)]

69) Cromarty R, Schumacher J, Graziadio S, Gallagher P, Killen A, Firbank MJ, Blamire A, Kaiser M, Thomas AJ, O’Brien JT, Peraza LR, Taylor JP (2018). Structural Brain Correlates of Attention Dysfunction in Lewy Body Dementias and Alzheimer’s Disease. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 10:347. [Article (PDF)].

68) Gonzalez-de-Aledo P, Vladimirov A, Manca M, Baugh J, Asai R, Kaiser M, Bauer R (2018). An optimization approach for agent-based computational models of biological development. Advances in Engineering Software, 121: 262-275. [Article (PDF)].

67) Schumacher J, Peraza JR, Firbank M, Thomas AJ, Kaiser M, Gallagher P, O’Brien JT, Blamire AM, Taylor JP (2018). Functional connectivity in dementia with Lewy bodies: A within?and between?network analysis. Human Brain Mapping, 39(3):1118-1129 [Article (PDF)].

66) Kaiser M (2017). Mechanisms of Connectome Development. Trends in Cognitive Sciences [Article (PDF)].

65) Wang Y, Trevelyan AJ, Taylor PN, Valentin A, Alarcon G, Kaiser M (2017). Mechanisms underlying different onset patterns of focal seizures. PLOS Computational Biology, 13(5): e100547.[Article (PDF)].

64) Sinha N, Dauwels J, Kaiser M, Cash SS, Brandon Westover M, Wang Y, Taylor PN (2017). Reply: Computer models to inform epilepsy surgery strategies: prediction of postoperative outcome. Brain 140:e31.

[Article (PDF)].

63) Bauer R, Kaiser M (2017). Nonlinear growth: an origin of hub organization in complex networks. Royal Society Open Science, 4:160691 [Article (PDF)].

62) Peraza L, Nesbitt D, Lawson R, Duncan G, Yarnall A, Khoo T, Kaiser M, Firbank M, O’Brien J, Barker R, Brooks D, Burn D, Taylor JP (2017). Intra- and inter-network functional alterations in Parkinson’s disease with mild cognitive impairment. Human Brain Mapping, 38(3):1702-1715 [Article (PDF)].

61) Taylor N, Wang Y, Kaiser M (2017). Within brain area tractography suggests local modularity using high resolution connectomics. Scientific Reports 7:39859 [Article (PDF)].

60) Sinha N, Dauwels J, Kaiser M, Cash SS, Brandon Westover M, Wang Y, Taylor PN (2017). Predicting neurosurgical outcomes in focal epilepsy patients using computational modelling. Brain 140(2):319-332 [Article (PDF)].

59) Wang Y, Necus J, Kaiser M, Mota B. (2016). Universality in human cortical folding in health and disease. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA doi: 10.1073/pnas.1610175113 [Article (PDF)].

58) Ainsworth M, Lee S, Kaiser M, Simonotto J, Cunningham MO, Kopell N, Whittington MA (2016). GABAB receptor-mediated, layer-specific synaptic plasticity reorganises gamma frequency neocortical response to stimulation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA [Article (PDF)].

57) Peraza LR, Colloby SJ, Deboys L, O’Brien JT, Kaiser M, Taylor JP (2016). Regional functional synchronizations in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease. International Psychogeriatrics [Article (PDF)].

56) Thanarajah SE, Han CE, Rotarska-Jagiela A, Singer W, Deichmann R, Maurer K, Kaiser M, Uhlhaas P (2016). Abnormal Connectional Fingerprints in Schizophrenia: A Novel Network Analysis of Diffusion Tensor Imaging Data. Frontiers in Psychiatry 7:114. [Article (PDF)].

55) Hutchings F, Han CE, Keller S, Weber B, Taylor PN, Kaiser M (2015). Predicting Surgery Targets in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy through Structural Connectome Based Simulations. PLOS Computational Biology 11(12): e1004642 [Article (PDF)].

54) Lo YP, O’Dea R, Crofts JJ, Han CE, Kaiser M (2015). A geometric network model of intrinsic grey-matter connectivity of the human brain. Scientific Reports 5:15397 [Article (PDF)]

53) Papasavvas CA, Wang Y, Trevelyan AJ, Kaiser M (2015). Gain control through divisive inhibition prevents abrupt transition to chaos in a neural mass model. Physical Review E 92:032723. [Article (PDF)]

52) Peraza LR, Colloby SJ, Firbank MJ, Greasy GS, McKeith IG, Kaiser M, O’Brien J, Taylor JP (2015). Resting state in Parkinson’s disease dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies: Commonalities and differences. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry[Article (PDF)]

51) Peraza LR, Taylor JP, Kaiser M (2015). Divergent brain functional network alterations in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiology of Aging 36: 2458–2467 [Article (PDF)]

50) Kjeldsen H, Kaiser M, Whittington MA (2015). Near-Field Electromagnetic Holography for high-resolution analysis of network interactions in neuronal tissue. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 253:1-9 [Article (PDF)]

49) Kaiser M (2015). Neuroanatomy: Connectome Connects Fly and Mammalian Brain Networks. Current Biology 25:R416–R418 [Article (PDF)]

48) Taylor PN, Thomas J, Sinha N, Dauwels J, Kaiser M, Thesen T, Ruths J (2015). Optimal control based seizure abatement using patient derived connectivity. Frontiers in Neuroscience 9:202 [Article (PDF)]

47) Lim S, Han CE, Uhlhaas P, Kaiser M (2015). Preferential Detachment During Human Brain Development: Age- and Sex- Specific Structural Connectivity in Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) Data. Cerebral Cortex, 25(6):1477-1489 [Article (PDF)]

46) Yoo SW, Han CE, Shin JS, Seo SW, Na DL, Kaiser M, Jeong Y, Seong JK (2015). A Network Flow-based Analysis of Cognitive Reserve in Normal Ageing and Alzheimer’s Disease. Scientific Reports 5:10057 [Article (PDF)]

45) Taylor PN, Han CE, Schoene-Bake JC, Weber B, Kaiser M (2015). Structural connectivity changes in temporal lobe epilepsy: Spatial features contribute more than topological measures. Neuroimage:Clinical 8:322–328 [Article (PDF)]

44) Tomsett RJ, Ainsworth M, Thiele A, Sanayei M, Chen X, Gieselmann A, Whittington MA, Cunningham MO, Kaiser M (2015). Virtual Electrode Recording Tool for EXtracellular potentials (VERTEX): Comparing multi-electrode recordings from simulated and biological mammalian cortical tissue. Brain Structure and Function 220: 2333-2353 [Article (PDF)]

43) Lim S, Kaiser M (2015) Developmental time windows for axon growth influence neuronal network topology. Biological Cybernetics 109:275-286, DOI:10.1007/s00422-014-0641-3. [Article (PDF)]

42) Bauer R, Kaiser M, Stoll E (2014). A Computational Model Incorporating Neural Stem Cell Dynamics Reproduces Glioma Incidence across the Lifespan in the Human Population. PLOS ONE 9(11): e111219. [Article (PDF)]

41) Taylor PN, Kaiser M, Dauwels J (2014). Structural connectivity based whole brain modelling in epilepsy. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 236:51–57. [Article (PDF)]

40) Kim JS, Kaiser M (2014). From Caenorhabditis elegans to the Human Connectome: Lower dispersion and fewer rules reduce evolutionary and developmental costs. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society B 369:20130529. [Article (PDF)]

39) Huett MT, Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2014). Perspective: Network-guided pattern formation of neural dynamics. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society B369:20130522. [Article (PDF)]

38) Peraza LR, Kaiser M, Firbank M, Graziadio S, Bonanni S, Onofrj M, Collobya SJ, Blamire A, O’Brien J, Taylor JP (2014). fMRI resting state networks and their association with cognitive fluctuations in dementia with Lewy bodies NeuroImage: Clinical, 4:558–565. [Article (PDF)]

37) Klein D, Rotarska-Jagiela A, Genc E, Shritaran S, Mohr H, Roux F, Han CE, Kaiser M, Singer W, Uhlhaas PJ (2014). Adolescent Brain Maturation and Cortical Folding: Evidence for Reductions in Gyrification. PLOS ONE, 9:e84914. [Article (PDF)]

36) Kaiser M (2013). The potential of the human connectome as a biomarker of brain disease. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:484. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00484. [Article (PDF)]

35) O’Dea R, Crofts JC, Kaiser M (2013). Spreading dynamics on spatially constrained complex brain networks. Journal of the Royal Society: Interface 10: 20130016. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2013.0016. [Article (PDF)]

34) Bohr I, Kenny E, Blamire A, O’Brien J, Thomas A, Richardson R, Kaiser M (2013). Resting-state functional connectivity in late-life depression: higher global connectivity and more long distance connections. Frontiers in Neuropsychiatric Imaging and Stimulation3:116. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2012.00116. [Article (PDF)]

33) Zawadzki K, Echtermeyer C, Viana MP, Kaiser M, Costa LdF (2012). Morphological Homogeneity of Neurons: Searching for outliers in inner categories of neuronal cells. Neuroinformatics 10:379-389 [Article (PDF)]

32) Comin CH, Batistista JLB, Viana MP, Costa LdF, Travencolo BAN, Kaiser M (2012). Structure and dynamics: The transition from non-equilibrium to equilibrium in integrate-and-fire dynamics. Int. J. of Bifurcation and Chaos 22: 1250174 [Article (PDF)]

31) Marcelino J, Kaiser M (2012). Critical paths in a metapopulation model of H1N1: Efficiently delaying influenza spreading through flight cancellation. PLoS Currents Influenza doi: 10.1371/4f8c9a2e1fca8 [Article (PDF)]

30) Kaiser M, Varier S (2011). Evolution and Development of Brain Networks: From Caenorhabditis elegans to Homo sapiens. Network: Computation in Neural Systems22:143-7 [Article (PDF)]

29) Varier S, Kaiser M, Forsyth R (2011). Establishing, versus maintaining, brain function: a neuro-computational model of cortical reorganisation after injury to the immature brain. J Intl Neuropsychol Soc 17:1030-1038 [Article (PDF)]

28) Echtermeyer C, Han CE, Rotarska-Jagiela A, Mohr H, Uhlhaas P, Kaiser M (2011). Integrating temporal and spatial scales: Human structural network motifs across age and region-of-interest size. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 5:10 [Article (PDF)]

27) Kaiser M (2011). A Tutorial in Connectome Analysis: Topological and Spatial Features of Brain Networks. Neuroimage 57:892–907 [Article (PDF)]

26) Echtermeyer C, Rodriguez F, Costa FdL, Kaiser M (2011). Automatic network fingerprinting through singular node motifs. PLoS ONE 6(1):e15765 [Article (PDF)][Supplementary Information (PDF)] (note: algorithms are available under the Resources link)

25) Varier S, Kaiser M (2011). Neural development features: Spatio-temporal development of the C. elegans neuronal network. PLoS Computational Biology7:e1001044 [Article (PDF)] (note: datasets are available under the Resources link) [Press release]

24) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC, Kötter R (2010). Hierarchy and dynamics of neural networks. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 4:112 [Article (PDF)]

23) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2010). Optimal hierarchical modular topologies for producing limited sustained activation of neural networks. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 4:8 [Article (PDF)]

22) Roopun AK, Simonotto JD, Pierce ML, Jenkins A, Schofield IS, Whittaker RG, Kaiser M, Whittington MA, Traub RD, Cunningham MO (2010). A nonsynaptic mechanism underlying interictal discharges in human epileptic neocortex. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA107:338-343 [Article (PDF)]

21) Marcelino J, Kaiser M (2009). Reducing influenza spreading over the airline network. PLoS Currents: Influenza RRN1005 [Article]

20) Ribeiro P, Simonotto J, Kaiser M, Silva F (2009). Parallel calculation of multi-electrode array correlation networks. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 184:357-364 [Article (PDF)]

19) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC, van Ooyen A (2009). Random outgrowth and spatial competition generate realistic connection length distributions and filling fractions. Cerebral Cortex 19:3001-3010 [Article (PDF)]

18) Costa LdF, Rodrigues FA, Hilgetag CC, Kaiser M (2009). Beyond the average: detecting global singular nodes from local features in complex networks. Europhysics Letters 87:18008 [Article (PDF)]

17) Roopun A, Kramer M, Carracedo L, Kaiser M, Davies C, Traub R, Kopell N, Whittington M (2008). Temporal interactions between cortical rhythms. Frontiers in Neuroscience 2,2:145-154 [Article (PDF)]

16) Kaiser M (2008). Mean clustering coefficients – the role of isolated nodes and leafs on clustering measures for small-world networks. New Journal of Physics, 10:083042. [Article (PDF)]

15) Roopun A, Kramer M, Carracedo L, Kaiser M, Davies C, Traub R, Kopell N, Whittington M (2008). Period concatenation underlies interactions between gamma and beta rhythms in neocortex. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 2:1 [Article (PDF)]

14) Kaiser M (2007). Brain architecture: a design for natural computation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 365:3033-3045 [Article (PDF)]

13) Nisbach F, Kaiser M (2007). Developmental time windows for spatial growth generate multiple-cluster small-world networks. European Physical Journal B 58:185-191 [Article (PDF)]

12) Kaiser M, Martin R, Andras P, Young MP (2007). Simulation of robustness against lesions of cortical networks. European Journal of Neuroscience 25:3185-3192 [Article (PDF)]

11) Kaiser M, Görner M, Hilgetag CC (2007). Criticality of spreading dynamics in hierarchical cluster networks without inhibition. New Journal of Physics 9:110 [Article (PDF)]

10) Costa LdF, Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2007). Predicting the connectivity of primate cortical networks from topological and spatial node properties. BMC Systems Biology1:16 [Article (PDF)]

9) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2007). Development of multi-cluster cortical networks by time windows for spatial growth. Neurocomputing 70:1829-1832 [Article (PDF)]

8) Lappe M, Kuhlmann S, Oerke B, Kaiser M (2006). The fate of object features during perisaccadic mislocalization. Journal of Vision 6:1282-1293 [Article (PDF)]

7) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2006). Nonoptimal Component Placement, but Short Processing Paths, due to Long-Distance Projections in Neural Systems. PLoS Computational Biology 2:e95 [Article (PDF)] [Supplementary Information (Data Sets)]

6) Sporns O, Chialvo DR, Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2004). Organization, Development and Function of Complex Brain Networks. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 8:418-425

[Article (PDF)] [BibTeX]

5) Hilgetag CC, Kaiser M (2004) Clustered organisation of cortical connectivity. Neuroinformatics 2:353-360 [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX]

4) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2004) Modelling the development of cortical networks. Neurocomputing 58-60:297-302 [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX]

3) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2004) Edge vulnerability in neural and metabolic networks. Biological Cybernetics 90:311-317 [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX] q-bio.NC/0403015

2) Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC (2004) Spatial growth of real-world networks. Physical Review E 69:036103 [Abstract] [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX] cond-mat/0312037

1) Kaiser M, Lappe M (2004) Perisaccadic mislocalization orthogonal to saccade direction. Neuron 41:293-300 [Abstract] [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX] [Supplementary Information]


9) Jiang S, Kaiser M, Guo J, Yang S, Krasnogor N. Less detectable environmental changes in dynamic multiobjective optimisation. Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference 673-680, 2018.

8) Torres M, Jiang S, Pelta D, Kaiser M, Krasnogor N. Strain Design as Multiobjective Network Interdiction Problem: A Preliminary Approach. Conference of the Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence 273-282, 2018.

7) Jiang S, Kaiser M, Wan S, Guo J, Yang S, Krasnogor N. An empirical study of dynamic triobjective optimisation problems. IEEE Press, 2018.

6) Jiang S, Kaiser M, Guo J, Yang S, Krasnogor N. Less detectable environmental changes in dynamic multiobjective optimisation. ACM Press, 2018.

5) Torres M, Jiang S, Pelta D, Kaiser M, Krasnogor N. Strain Design as Multiobjective Network Interdiction Problem: A Preliminary Approach. Conference of the Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence. Springer, 2018.

4) Han CE, Peraza LR, Taylor JP, Kaiser M. Predicting Age across Human Lifespan Based on Structural Connectivity from Diffusion Tensor Imaging. IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference, 2014. [Article (PDF)]

3) Brust MR, Turgut D, Ribeiro CHC, Kaiser M. Is the Clustering Coefficient a Measure for Fault Tolerance in Wireless Sensor Networks? IEEE International Conference on Communication, 2012 [Article (PDF)]

2) Ribeiro P, Silva F, Kaiser M. Strategies for Network Motifs Discovery. e-science, pp.80-87, 2009 Fifth IEEE International Conference on e-Science, 2009 [Abstract] [Article (PDF)]

1) L.S. Smith, J. Austin, S. Baker, R. Borisyuk, S. Eglen, J. Feng, K. Gurney, T. Jackson, M. Kaiser, P. Overton, S. Panzeri, R. Quian Quiroga, S.R. Schultz, E. Sernagor, V.A. Smith, T.V. Smulders, L. Stuart, M. Whittington, C. Ingram. The CARMEN e-Science pilot project: Neuroinformatics work packages. Proceedings of the UK e-Science All Hands Meeting, 591-598, 2007 [Article (PDF)]


9) Bauer R, Kaiser M (2017). Organisational Principles of Connectomes: Changes During Evolution and Development. In: Brain Evolution by Design. Springer. 387-401

8) Lim S, Hutchings F, Kaiser M (2017). Modeling the Impact of Lesions in the Brain. In: The Rewiring Brain. Elsevier. 465-484.

7) Bauer R, Breitwieser L, Di Meglio A, Johard L, Kaiser M, Manca M, Mazzara M, Rademakers F, Talanov M, Tchitchigin AD (2017). The BioDynaMo project: experience report. In: Advanced Research on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures. IGI Global. 117-125

6) Kaiser M (2014). Neuropathologies and Networks. Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience. Springer.

5) Kaiser M, Hilgetag C (2014). Wiring principles, Optimization. Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience. Springer.

4) Kaiser M, Simonotto J (2010). Limited Spreading: How Hierarchical Networks prevent the Transition to the Epileptic State. In: Modeling Phase Transitions in the Brain. Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience.

3) Kaiser M, Simonotto J (2009). Structural and Functional Dynamics in Cortical and Neuronal Networks. In: Dehmer & Emmert-Streib, “Analysis of Complex Networks: From Biology to Linguistics”. Wiley-VCH.

2) Kaiser M (2008) Multiple-scale hierarchical connectivity of cortical networks limits the spread of activity. In: Soltesz & Staley, “Computational Neuroscience in Epilepsy”, Academic Press.

1) Hilgetag CC, Kaiser M (2008) Organization and Function of Complex Cortical Networks. In: beim Graben P, Zhou C, Thiel M, Kurths J (Eds), “Super-Computational Neuroscience: Complex Networks in Brain Dynamics”. Lecture Notes in Physics, Springer.


4) Sporns O: Discovering the human connectome. Book Review. ACM Computing Reviews, 2012.

3) F Gibson, P Overton, T Smulders, S Schultz, SJ Eglen5, CD Ingram, S Panzeri, P Bream, E Sernagor, M Cunningham, C Adams, C Echtermeyer, J Simonotto, M Kaiser, DC Swan, M Fletcher, P Lord. Minimum Information about a Neuroscience Investigation (MINI) Electrophysiology. Nature Precedings 1720.1, 2008.

2) Hilgetag CC, Kaiser M. (2005) Die Netzwerk-Struktur biologischer Systeme. BIOforum 4:32-33 [Article (PDF)]

1) Kaiser M. (2005) Spatial network growth: Generating small-world, scale-free, and multi-cluster spatial networks.International University Bremen Technical Report No. 1 [Article (PDF)] [BibTeX]



14) Interview for, 2021 

13) 健康地老去 / Staying healthy as we age, Advance Medical, 2019

12) Video interview for the Alzheimer Research UK (ARUK) conference, 2019

11) How even our brains get ‘slacker’ as we age (author: Dr Yujiang Wang): BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Der Standard, El Mundo, Sun, October 2016

10) Virtual brain surgery could personalise epilepsy treatment. New Scientist, December 2015

9) Brain Connectivity Leads Girls to Mature Faster than Boys. Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Correio Braziliense, Correio do Estado, Irish Independent, December 2013

8) British Science Festival 2013: Comic about epilepsy and Science Exhibition

7) British Science Festival 2013: How did a brain evolve?

6) Strategies for stopping flu spreading. MIT Technology Review &, May 2012

5) Timing is everything. Eureka altert, January 2011 press release

4) Stopping spreading: one link at a time. BBSRC Business, October 2008 [Article (PDF)]

3) Lange Leitungen. Die Zeit, 10 August 2006

2) BBC Newcastle radio interview. 1 August 2006

1) Peter Riesbeck: Mobile Eliten. Berliner Zeitung, 14 April 2005 [Article (PDF)] [Test (PDF)]