PhD (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1994)
Habilitation (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 2003)
Doctor of HAS (2004)
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Biography:Research interests: quantum computing, complex systems, computational social science
- Hungarian Quantum Technologies National Excellence Program, ELTE coordinator
- Excellent Research Groups Grant in Urban Scaling
• 1992 Adjoint professor at ELTE
• 1995 Assistant professor at ELTE
• 2005 Full professor at ELTE
• Member of the council of the Doctoral School of Physics
• 2008-14 President of the Committee for Statistical Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
• 2000- Director of ELTE-Ericsson Communication Networks Laboratory
• 2003- Head of Department, Department of Physics of Complex Systems
• 2008-11 Member of the council of the European Complex Systems Society
• 1997 Széchenyi Professor Fellowship
• 1998 von Humboldt Fellowship
• 2002 Physics Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
• 2015 Inovation-to-Venture Award of University of Vermont
• 2018 John von Neumann Prize
Links to associated scientific database profiles:
- Publications in MTMT
- Publications in ORCID
- Publications in ResearcherID
- Publications in Scopus
- Publications in Google Scholar
- User profile at doktori.hu
Selected publications of recent years:
- Kondor, D., Pósfai, M., Csabai, I. and Vattay, G., 2014. Do the rich get richer? An empirical analysis of the Bitcoin transaction network. PloS one, 9(2), p.e86197.
- Kondor, D., Csabai, I., Szüle, J., Pósfai, M. and Vattay, G., 2014. Inferring the interplay between network structure and market effects in Bitcoin. New Journal of Physics, 16(12), p.125003.
- Vattay, G., Salahub, D., Csabai, I., Nassimi, A. and Kaufmann, S.A., 2015. Quantum criticality at the origin of life. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 626, No. 1, p. 012023). IOP Publishing.
- Vattay, G., Kauffman, S. and Niiranen, S., 2014. Quantum biology on the edge of quantum chaos. PloS one, 9(3), p.e89017.
- Bokányi, E., Kondor, D., Dobos, L., Sebők, T., Stéger, J., Csabai, I. and Vattay, G., 2016. Race, religion and the city: twitter word frequency patterns reveal dominant demographic dimensions in the United States. Palgrave Communications, 2(1), p.16010.