Peer-reviewed journals and preprints:


  1. 1.A. Asztalos., S. Sreenivasan, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Cascading failures in spatially-embedded random networks, PLoS ONE 9(1):e84563 (2014). (pdf)


  1. 2.S. Sreenivasan, Quantitative analysis of the evolution of novelty in cinema through crowdsourced keywords, Scientific Reports 3, Article No:2758 (2013). (pdf)
    Mention of the work in Wired, Smithsonian Magazine, Entertainment Weekly
    Also check out the Plot-Keyword Browser


  1. 3.P. Singh., S. Sreenivasan, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Threshold limited spreading in social networks with multiple initiators, Scientific Reports 3, Article No:2330 (2013). (pdf)


  1. 4.F. Molnar Jr., S. Sreenivasan, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Minimum dominating sets in scale-free network ensembles, Scientific Reports 3, Article No:1736 (2013). (pdf)


  1. 5.V. Kawadia and S. Sreenivasan, Sequential detection of temporal communities in evolving networks by estrangement confinement, Scientific Reports 2, Article No:794 (2012). (pdf)


  1. 6.J. Xie, J. Emenheiser, M. Kirby, S. Sreenivasan, B.K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Evolution of opinions on social networks in the presence of competing committed groups, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33215 (2012). (html).


  1. 7.P. Singh, S. Sreenivasan, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Accelerating consensus on co-evolving networks: the effect of committed individuals, Phys. Rev. E 85, 046104 (2012) (pdf)


  1. 8.A. Asztalos, S. Sreenivasan, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Distributed flow optimization and cascading effects in weighted complex networks, Eur. Phys. J. B 85: 288 (2012) (pdf).


  1. 9.S. Sreenivasan and I. R. Fiete, Grid cells generate an analog error-correcting code for singularly precise neural computation, Nature Neuroscience 14, 1330 (2011) (html).


  1. 10.J. Xie, S. Sreenivasan, G. Korniss, W. Zhang, C. Lim and B. K. Szymanski, Social consensus through the influence of committed minorities, Phys. Rev. E 84, 011130 (2011).     (pdf)
    Mention of the work in Science, Discovery News, The Atlantic, Comm. ACM., DotEarth-NYTimes, Skeptically Speaking podcast, Forbes.


  1. 11. W. Zhang, C. Lim, S. Sreenivasan, J. Xie, B. K. Szymanski and G. Korniss, Social influencing and associated random walk models: Asymptotic consensus times on the complete graph, Chaos 21, 025115 (2011).(pdf)


  1. 12. S. Sreenivasan, H. Kim and Z. Toroczkai, Emergence of functional modules in multitasking networks, (in preparation).


  1. 13. G. Paul, R. Cohen, S. Sreenivasan,S. Havlin, H. E. Stanley. Graph partitioning induced phase transitions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 115701 (2007). (pdf)


  1. 14. S. Sreenivasan, R. Cohen, E. López, Z. Toroczkai and H. E. Stanley. Structural bottlenecks for communication in networks, Phys. Rev. E. 75, 036105 (2007). (pdf)


  1. 15. T. Kalisky, S. Sreenivasan, L. A. Braunstein, S. V. Buldyrev, S. Havlin and H. E. Stanley. Scale-free networks emerging from weighted random graphs, Phys. Rev. E. 73 (R), 025103 (2006).(pdf)


  1. 16. G. Paul, S. Sreenivasan and H. E. Stanley. Resilience of complex networks to random breakdown, Phys. Rev. E. 72, 056130 (2005).(pdf)


  1. 17. S. Sreenivasan, T. Kalisky, L. A. Braunstein, S. V. Buldyrev and H. E. Stanley. Effect of disorder strength on optimal paths in complex networks, Phys. Rev. E. 70, 46133 (2004).(pdf)


  1. 18. S. Sreenivasan, D. R. Baker, G. Paul and H. E. Stanley. Approximate invariance of the average number of connections for the continuum percolation of squares at criticality. Physica A 320, 34 (2003).(pdf)


  1. 19. D. R. Baker, G. Paul, S. Sreenivasan and H. E. Stanley. Continuum percolation threshold for randomly oriented interpenetrating squares and cubes, Phys. Rev. E 66, 046136 (2002).(pdf)

Book chapters and conference proceedings:



  1. 1.On the influence of committed minorities on social consensus, B. K. Szymanski, S. Sreenivasan, J. Xie, W. Zhang, J. Emenheiser, M. Kirby, C. Lim and G. Korniss, Proc. NATO RTO HFM-201 Specialists Meeting, Tallinn, Estonia, April 16-18, 2012, pp 31-1 – 32-15 (2012).


  1. 2. Detecting communities in time-evolving proximity graphs, S. Pandit, Y. Yang, V. Kawadia, S. Sreenivasan and N. Chawla, IEEE First international workshop on Network Science (IEEE NSW 2011), West Point, NY (2011).


  1. 3.Optimizing Synchronization, Flow, and Robustness in Weighted Complex Networks, G. Korniss, R. Huang, S. Sreenivasan and B. Szymanski, Handbook of optimization in complex networks, Springer-Verlag, Eds. My T. Thai and P. Pardalos (2011).


  1. 4.Optimal Path and Minimal Spanning Trees in Random Weighted Networks" [invited review article for the topic issue on Complex Networks' Structure and Dynamics], International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 17, 2215-2255 (2007).


  1. 5.Scale-free properties of weighted random graphs: Minimum spanning trees and percolation, T. Kalisky, S. Sreenivasan, L. A. Braunstein, S. V. Buldyrev, S. Havlin and H. E. Stanley, Science of complex networks: from biology to the internet and WWW; CNET 2004 (AIP Conference Proceedings), Eds. J. F. F. Mendes, S. N. Dorogovstev, A. Povolotsky, F. V. Abreu, J. G. Oliveira (2005).


  1. 6.Optimal paths in random networks with disorder: A mini review, S. Havlin, L. A. Braunstein, S. V. Buldyrev, R. Cohen, T. Kalisky, S. Sreenivasan and H. E. Stanley, Proceedings of STATPHYS-KOLKATA V, Complex networks: Structure, function and processes, Physica A, 346 (2005).(pdf)


  1. 7.Transition between strong and weak disorder regimes for the optimal path S. Sreenivasan, T. Kalisky, L. A. Braunstein , S. V. Buldyrev, S. Havlin and H. E. Stanley, Proceedings of STATPHYS-KOLKATA V, Complex networks: Structure, function and processes, Physica A, 346 (2005).(pdf)


  1. 8.The optimal path in an Erdos-Renyi random graph, L. A. Braunstein, S. V. Buldyrev, S. Sreenivasan, R. Cohen, S. Havlin and H. E. Stanley. Complex Networks, Lecture Notes in Physics 650, Springer-Verlag, Eds. E. Ben-Naim, H. Fraunfelder, Z. Toroczkai (2004).(pdf)