Research Groups

MTA-ELTE research group

Egerváry Research Group on Combinatorial Optimization

Leader: András Frank
Seminar time: Mondays 14:00-15:30 Place: Pázmány Péter Sétány 1/C, room 3.517

Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics Research Group

Leader: Tamás Szőnyi
Weekly seminar: Friday 2:15 pm, Pázmány Péter Sétány 1/C, room 3.607

Numerical Analysis and Large Networks Research Group

Leader: István Faragó
Weekly seminar: Monday 3 pm, room D-3.719, Thursday 4 pm, room D-3.701, Pázmány Péter Sétány 1/C

Project based research groups

ELTECRYPT Research Group

Subject: Research in Cryptography (theory and applications: RFID, secure communication, related topics). Supported by: ETIK, MIK, NKTH
Leaders: Péter Sziklai, Dániel Nagy
Office: ELTE Southern building, 3.113

Fuel-cell Research Group

Subject: Mathematical and computer simulation of fuel cells. Co-operative partners: Electrochemical- and Electroanalitycal Laboratory of Chemical Inst. of ELTE, STS Group Zrt. (Győr), Mool Invest Kft. (Budapest). Supported by: NKTH (OMFB-00121-00123/2008), Magyar Villamos Művek, National Instruments, Zoltek, Meshining Engineering, Willisits Engineering.
Leader: István Faragó
Office: ELTE Southern building, 3.701

LEMON – a Library of Efficient Models and Optimization in Networks

Subject: Creation of a C++ template library aimed at combinatorial optimization tasks, especially those working with graphs and networks.
Leader: Alpár Jüttner

Thematic research groups

PIT – Protein Information Technology group

Mathematical analysis of 3D protein structures, amino acid sequences, and protein-protein interaction networks. Protein interaction network generation and alignment. System modeling in nanodiagnostics and nanomedicine. High throughput protein-ligand docking. Data mining of biological databases.
Leader: Vince Grolmusz
Members: Gábor Iván, Rafael Ördög, Dániel Bánky, Árpád Tóth

Large networks research group

Subject: in recent years it became apparent that a large number of the most interesting structures and phenomena of the world can be described by networks. From a practical point of view, sparse networks are more important, but at present we have more complete theoretical results for dense networks. The group investigates the properties and behaviour of both types of networks.
Leader: László Lovász
Members: Zoltán Király, Katalin Vesztergombi, Endre Csóka, Attila Deák, György Hermann, Tamás Hubai, Júlia Pap.

Differential geometry research group

Finite Geometry

Applied analysis research group

Operator semigroups and dynamical systems research group

Group Theory and Applications

Rings and modules

General algebras and algorithms

Number theory research group

Applied Statistical Consulting Unit Dependence and extremes of stochastic models