Research in discrete mathematics, mathematical foundation of computer science, number theory, information and coding theory, data mining, and in their applications in engineering, in economics and in the development of cutting edge computer technologies.

Our research is supported by the Hungarian National Research Fund.


(Please click on the names below for lists of publications)

Dr. Csákány Rita: combinatorics, graph theory

Csehi Csongor György: matroids

Dr. Csima Judit: formal languages, bioinformatics

Dr. Fleiner Tamás: graph theory, game theory, combinatorial optimization, stable matchings

Dr. Friedl Katalin: theory of algorithms and complexity, quantum algorithms

Dr. Györfi László: stochastic approximation, pattern classification, nonparametric density, regression and entropy estimation, prediction of time series, multiple access communication, source coding, empirical portfolio selection

Kabódi László: quantum algorithms, quantum simulation

Dr. Katona Gyula Y.: graph theory, hypergraphs, toughness, matchings, algorithms

Dr. Kaszanitzky Viktória: graph theory, matroids, combinatorial rigidity

Dr. Ketskeméty László: mathematical statistics, SPSS, probability theory

Dr. Pach Péter Pál: additive combinatorics, combinatorics, combinatorial algebra

Papp László: graph pebbling, graph theory

Dr. Pintér Márta: probability theory, mathematical statistics

Dr. Recski András: graph theory, combinatorial optimisation, matroids, VLSI

Dr. Sali Attila: extremal set systems, theory of databases, graph theory

Dr. Schlotter Ildikó: parametric complexity, theory of algorithms and complexity

Dr. Simonyi Gábor: graph theory, extremal combinatorics, information theory

Dr. Szeredi Péter: declarative programming, logic programming, constraints, Prolog,semantic technologies: semantic web, semantic integration,parallelism, parallel logic programming, implementation of programming languages

Dr. Szeszlér Dávid: graph theory, combinatorial optimisation, VLSI

Dr. Telcs András: random walks, social networks, statistics for scientometrics, economy and higer education evaluation, neuroscience

Dr. Tóth Géza: combinatorial geometry

Varga Kitti: graph theory, graph toughness

Dr. Wiener Gábor: combinatorics, especially combinatorial search, graph theory, hypergraphs

Zlatniczki Ádám: economical modelling, stochastic decision support, optimal investment strategies