Publications on Numerical Relativity

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

52. Tonatiuh Matos and Luis A. Ureña. Further Analysis of a Model with Quintessence and Scalar Dark Matter. Phys Rev. D63, (2001), 063506. Available at: astro-ph/ 0006024

54. Tonatiuh Matos and Ricardo Becerril. An Axially Symmetric Scalar Field as Gravitational Lens. Class. Quant. Grav. 18, (2001), 2015-2024.

61.Miguel Alcubierre, F. Siddhartha Guzmán, Tonatiuh Matos, Darío Núñez, Luis A. Ureña and Petra Wiederhold. Galactic Collapse of Scalar Field Dark Matter. Class. Quant. Grav. 19, (2002), 5017-5024. Available at: gr-qc /0110102. Highlight paper at the period 2001-2002 nominated by the Editorial Board of the Journal Classical and Quantum Gravity.

62. Luis A. Ureña, Tonatiuh Matos and Ricardo Becerri. Inside Oscillatons. Class. Quant. Grav. 19, (2002), 6259 - 6277.

63. Tonatiuh Matos and Gabino Torres. Galaxies Formation Simulations with Scalar Field Dark Matter Haloes. Rev. Mex. A.A. 39, (2003), 113-118.

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

76.-Ricardo Becerril, Tonatiuh Matos and L. Arturo Ureña-López. Geodesics around Oscillatons. Gen. Rel. Grav. 38, (2006), 633-641.


Chapters in Books

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 Hugo Villegas. Post-Post-Newtonian Limit of a Dilatonic Gravity Model. In Recent Developments in Gravitation and Mathematical Physics. Ed. A. Macias et. al., or CD-Rom by Science Network Publishing, (1998). Available at: gr-qc/9703048.
  2. 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.
  3. Francisco S. Guzmán, Tonatiuh Matos and Gabino Torres-Vega. Tully-Fisher Relations and the Background Space-Time of a Galaxy. In Proceedings of the Third Mexican School on Gravitation and Mathematical Physics, (2000). Ed. by Nora Breton et. al., Universidad de Guanajuato.