Publications on Higher Dimensional Theories
and Dilaton Gravity

01. Tonatiuh Matos. The Linear Problem for the Five Dimensional Projective Field Theory. Astron. Nachr. 307, (1986), 317-320.

02. Tonatiuh Matos. Solitions in Five-dimensional Gravity. Gen. Rel. Grav. 19, (1987), 481-492.

03. Tonatiuh Matos. Magnetized Schwarzschild Solution in Five Dimensional Gravity. Phys. Rev. D38, (1988), 3008-3010.

04. Tonatiuh Matos. SL (3,R) Representation of Invariance Transformations in Five-dimensional Gravity. Phys. Lett A131, (1988), 423-426.

05. Tonatiuh Matos. Subspaces and Subgroups in Five-dimensional Gravity. Ann. Phys. (Leipzig) 46, (1989), 462-472.

09. Ricardo Becerril and Tonatiuh Matos. Bonnor Solution in Five-dimensional Gravity. Phys. Rev. D41, (1990), 1895-1896.

11. Tonatiuh Matos. Solitones en Gravedad 4-dimensional. Rev. Mex. Fís. 36, (1990), 340-353.

12. Dietrich Kramer, Gernot Neugebauer and Tonatiuh Matos. Bäcklund Transforms of Chiral Fields. J. Math. Phys. 32, (1991), 2727-2730.

14. Ricardo Becerril and Tonatiuh Matos. A New Class of Stationary Solutions to the Five-dimensional Kaluza-Klein Equations. Gen. Rel. Grav. 24, (1992), 465-476.

15. Tonatiuh Matos and Guadalupe Rodríguez. Exact Solutions of N-dimensional Stationary Kaluza-Klein Field Equations. Nuovo Cim., 107B, (1992), 519-526.

16. Ricardo Becerril and Tonatiuh Matos. Stationary Solutions in Five-dimensional Gravity with Magnetic Field. Phys. Rev. D46, (1992), 1540-1545.

17. Tonatiuh Matos, Guadalupe Rodríguez and Ricardo Becerril. Exact Solutions of SL(N,R) -invariant Chiral Fields. One-and Two - dimensional Subspaces. J. Math. Phys. 33, (1992), 3521-3535.

20. Tonatiuh Matos and Antonio Nieto. Topics on Kaluza-Klein Theories. Rev. Mex. Fís. 39, (1993), S81-S131 (partial copy).

21. Tonatiuh Matos. 5D Axisymmetric Stationary Solutions as Harmonic Maps. J. Math. Phys. 35, (1994), 1302-1321. Available at: gr-qc /9401009

22. Tonatiuh Matos. 5D Schwarzschild-like Spacetime with Arbitrary Magnetic Field. Phys. Rev. D49, (1994), 4296-4298. Available at: gr-qc /9402008

24. Tonatiuh Matos and Nora Breton. Geodesic Motion in the 5-D Magnetized Schwarzschild-like solution. Gen. Rel. Gav. 26, (1994), 827-841. Available at: gr-qc /9403022.

25. Tonatiuh Matos and Alfredo Macias. Black Holes From Generalized Chatterjee Solutions in Dilaton Gravity. Mod. Phys. Lett. A9, (1994), 3707-3712.

27. Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Núñez and Hernando Quevedo. Class of Einstein-Maxwell Dilatons. Phys Rev. D51, (1995), R310-R313. Available at: gr-qc /9510042

28. Alfredo Macias, Abel Camacho and Tonatiuh Matos. Higher-Dimensional Theories, Dilaton Fields and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking. Int. J. Mod. Phys. D4, (1995), 617-637.

29. Tonatiuh Matos and Hugo Garcia-Compean. Solutions in Self-Dual Gravity Constructed Via Chiral Equations. Phys. Rev. D52, (1995), 4425-4429. Available at: hep-th /9409135.

30. Merced Montesinos-Velázquez and Tonatiuh Matos. From Vacuum Field Equations on Principal Bundles to Einstein's Equations with Fluids. Rev. Mex. Fis, 41 (1995), 791-795. Available at: gr-qc /9601013.

31. Nora Bretón, Tonatiuh Matos and Alberto Garcia. Colliding Plane Waves in Einstein-Maxwell-Dilaton Fields. Phys. Rev. D53, (1996), 1868-1873. Available at: hep-th /9511163.

32. Alfredo Macias and Tonatiuh Matos. Generalized Gross-Perry-Sorkin-Like Solitons. Class. Quant. Grav. 13 , (1996), 345-351. Available at: hep-th /9603154.

33. Tonatiuh Matos and Cesar Mora. Stationary Dilatons with Arbitrary Electromagnetic Field. Class. Quant. Grav. 14 , (1997), 2331-2340. Available at: hep-th /9610013.

35. Tonatiuh Matos. Can Dilaton Fields in Astrophysical Objects be Detected? Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, (1998), 5-13. Available at: gr-qc /9703054

37. Tonatiuh Matos, Hugo Villegas and Octavio Obregon . Axially Symmetric Solutions in Dilatonic Theory and the Solar System Tests. Mod. Phys. Lett. A13, (1998), 3161-3167.

38. Tonatiuh Matos. The Interior Field of a Magnetized Einstein-Maxwell Object. Phys. Lett. A249, (1998), 271-274. Available at: gr-qc /9810034.

39. Tonatiuh Matos and Maribel Rios. The Harmonic Map Ansatz in Gravitational Theories. Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, (1999). 693-700.

41. Tonatiuh Matos, Guillermo Arreaga and Gabriella Piccinelli. Inflation from an Effective Standard Model of Particle Physics for Curved Spacetime. Int. J. Mod. Phys. D8, (1999), 337-347. Available at: gr-qc /9905013.

43. Tonatiuh Matos and F. Siddhartha Guzmán. Scalar Fields as Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies. Class. Quant. Grav. 17, (2000), L9-L16. Available at: gr-qc /9810028. Highlight paper at the period 1999-2000 nominated by the Editorial Board of the Journal Classical and Quantum Gravity.

44. Tonatiuh Matos and Hugo Villegas. Possible Astrophysical Signatures of Dilatonic Fields. Class. Quant. Grav., 17, (2000), 1455-1466.

46. Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Nuñez, Gabino Estevez and Maribel Rios. Rotating 5D-Kaluza-Klein Space-Times from Invariant Trasformations. Gen. Rel. Grav., 32, (2000), 1499-1525. Available at: gr-qc /0001039

50. Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Núñez and Maribel Rios. Class of Einstein-Maxwell Dilatons, an Ansatz for new Families of Rotating Solutions. Class. Quant. Grav. 17, (2000), 3917 - 3933. Available at: gr-qc /0008068

56. Tonatiuh Matos and Ricardo Becerril. Rotating Gross-Perry-Sorkin Dilatons from 5-Dimensional Kaluza-Klein Theory. Int. J. Mod. Phys. D11, ( 2002), 103-111.

58. James Lidsey, Tonatiuh Matos and Luis A. Ureña. The Inflaton Field as Self-Interacting Dark Matter in the Braneworld Scenario. Phys Rev. D66, (2002), 023514. Available at: astro-ph/ 0111292.

66. Miguel Alcubierre, Ricardo Becerril, F. Siddhartha Guzmán, Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Núñez, and L. Arturo Ureña-López. Numerical studies of Phi2-Oscillatons. Class. Quant. Grav., 20, (2003), 2883-2903. Available at: gr-qc/0301105

67. Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Núñez, F. Siddhartha Guzmán and Erandy Ramírez. Quintessence-like Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies. Rev. Mex. Fis, 49 (2003), 203-206. Available at: astro-ph/0003105.

70. Tonatiuh Matos and L. Arturo Ureña-López. On the Nature of Dark Matter. Int. J. Mod. Phys. D13, (2004), 2287-2291. Available at: astro-ph/0406194. Essay selected to receive Honorable Mention from the Gravity Research Foundation, USA

80.Tonatiuh Matos, Jose-Ruben Luebano, Hugo García-Compean and Alberto Vázquez. An Alternative Interpretation for the Moduli Fields of the Cosmology Associated to Type IIB Supergravity with Fluxes. Int. J. Mod. Phys. A23,(2008), 1949 - 1960. Available at: hep-th/0511098.

81. Israel Quiros and Tonatiuh Matos. Thick DGP Braneworlds. Phys. Rev. D78, (2008), 103506. Available at: arXiv:0812.1732.

82. Israel Quiros, Ricardo Garcia-Salcedo, Tonatiuh Matos and Claudia Moreno. Self Interacting Scalar Field trapped in a DGP Brane: the Dynamical Systems Perspective. Phys. Lett. B670, (2009), 259-265. Available at: arXiv:0802.3362.

86. Tamé Gonz á lez, Tonatiuh Matos, Israel Quiros and Alberto Vázquez. Self-Interacting Scalar Field trapped in a Randall-Sundrum Brane World: the Dynamical Systems Perspective. Phys. Lett. B676, (2009), 161-167. Available at: arXiv:0812.1734.

87. Tonatiuh Matos, Galaxia Miranda, Ruben Sánchez-Sánchez and Petra Wiederhold. Class of Einstein-Maxell-Dilaton-Axion Space-times. Phys. Rev. D79, (2009), 124016. Available at: arXiv: 0905.4097

88. Yoelsy Leyva, Dania González, Tamé González, Tonatiuh Matos and Israel Quiros. Dynamics of a Self-interacting Scalar Field Trapped in the Braneworld for a Wide Variety of Self-interaction Potentials. Phys. Rev. D80, (2009), 044026. Available at: arXiv:0909.0281.

93. Miguel Angel García-Aspeitia and Tonatiuh Matos. Cosmic Aceleration from Topological Considerations. Gen. Rel. Grav., 43, (2011),315-329 . Available at: arXiv:0906.3278.

95. Miguel Angel García-Aspeitia and Tonatiuh Matos. Cosmic Aceleration from Topological Considerations: Branes Filled by a Scalar Field Dark Matter. Available at: arXiv:1102.0825.



Chapters in Books

1. Tonatiuh Matos. Harmonic Maps in Dilaton Gravity. In Field Theory, Integrable Systems and Symmetries by Faqir Khanna and Luc Vinet, Ed. Centre de Recherches Matháematiques, (1997), p. 166-173.

3. Tonatiuh Matos, Luis Ureña, Miguel Alcubierre, Ricardo Becerril, Francisco S. Guzmán and Darío Núñez. The Scalar Field Dark Matter Model: A Braneword Connection. In Lecture Notes in Physics, 646, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, (2004), p 401-420.


  1. Tonatiuh Matos and Guadalupe Rodríguez. One Dimensional Subspaces of Exact Solutions of the n-dimensional Einstein's Equations. In Proceedings of SILARG VII, Oaxtepec, Mexico. Ed. by J.C. D'Olivo et. al., World Sientific Singapore, (1990) p.456-460.
  2. Ricardo Becerril and Tonatiuh Matos. Exact Solutions from one Dimensional Subspaces in Kaluza-Klein Theory. In Proceedings of SILARG VII, Oaxtepec, Mexico. Ed. by J.C. D'Olivo et. al., Word Scientific Singapore, (1990) p.504-509.
  3. Tonatiuh Matos. 5D Model For the Magnetosphere of Static Bodies. In Proceedings of the VII Jorge Andre Swieca Summer School, Brazil. Ed. Victor Riveles, Word Scientific Singapore, (1994), p.766-772.
  4. Tonatiuh Matos. Chiral Equations in Gravitational Theories. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Aspects of General Relativity and Mathematical Physics, Mexico DF. Ed. by N. Breton, R. Capovilla y T. Matos. Ediciones CINVESTAV (1994), p.176-184.
  5. Tonatiuh Matos and Nora Breton. 5D Model for the Magnestosphere of Rotating Bodies. In Proceedings of SILARG VIII, Aguas de Lindoia, Brazil. Ed. by P. S. Letelier and W. A. Rodrigues Jr., Word Scientific Singapore, (1994), p 407-411.
  6. Tonatiuh Matos. Dilaton Solutions with Arbitrary Electromagnetic Field. In Proceedings of the VII Marcel Grossman Meeting, Stanford, USA, Ed. by D. Ruffini et. al., Word Scientific Singapore, (1996), p.304-306.
  7. Tonatiuh Matos, Merced Montesinos and Gabriella Piccinelli. Exact Solutions in Inflationary Theories from Dilaton Gravity. In Proceedings of the First Mexican School on Gravitation and Mathematical Physics, Guanajuato, Gto. Ed. A. Macias et. al., Word Scientific Singapore, (1996), 345-350.
  8. Alfredo Macias, Abel Camacho, Eckehard Mielke and Tonatiuh Matos. Effective Weinberg-Salam Model from Higher Dimensions. In Proceedings of the First Mexican School on Gravitation and Mathematical Physics, (1996), 277-286.
  9. Tonatiuh Matos and Francisco S. Guzmán. Modeling Dilaton Stars with Arbitrary Electromagnetic Field. In Proceedings of the VIII Marcel Grossman Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel, Ed. by D. Ruffini et. al., Word Scientific Singapore, (1999), p. 333
  10. Tonatiuh Matos. From the Strings Theory to the Dark Matter in Galaxies. In Proceedings of the VIII Mexican School of Particles and Fields, Ed. by M. Mondragon et. al., American Institut of Physics (AIM), (1999), p 382.
  11. Ricardo Becerril, Tonatiuh Matos and Maribel Ríos. Rotating Gross-Perry-Sorkin Monopole Solution in 5-dimensional Kaluza-Klein Theory. In Proceedings of the IX Marcel Grossman Meeting, Roma, Italia, Ed. By D. Ruffini et. al., Word Scientific Singapore, (2002), p. 1050.
  12. Tonatiuh Matos. Wormholes, Startrek: Reality and Science Fiction. In ``Proceedings of the Sommer School in Cinvestav, 2006''.

Other Publications:

  1. Tonatiuh Matos. Comment to ``Integrable Systems in Stringy Gravity'' . Archives hep-th/ 9505090.
  2. Tonatiuh Matos y Fernando Favela Rosales . Viaje a las Estrellas en Agujeros de Gusano. Aniversario de la ESFM, 2006.