János Kertész
homepage:http://www.phy.bme.hu/~kertesz/
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Description

Director of the Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Fields of Interest:

  • Networks (statics and dynamics of complex evolving structures)
  • Econophysics (analysis and modelling data from economy and finance by tools of statistical physics)
  • Traffic models (cellular automata description of one and two dimensional vehicular traffic, correlation functions, congestion as phase transition, the geometry of the traffic jam etc.)
  • Granular systems (cellular automata and molecular dynamics modelling of the flow, avalanches and segregation in granular media)
  • Pattern formation (spatial and temporal instabilities leading to patterns including growth phenomena, fractals, surface structures, aggregation, DLA, Eden and related models)
  • Percolation theory (universality problems, directed, continuum, correlated percolation, relation to phase transitions, nucleation problems)
  • Statistical physics of liquids (atomic dynamics of metallic and non-metallic simple liquids)
  • Computer simulation methods (efficient simulation of many particle systems, vector and parallel computation, cellular automata, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo methods, cluster statistics)


Lectures:

interview
flag Interview with János Kertész
as author at  Workshops to design a Human Centered AI roadmap in Europe,
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  lecture
flag Edit wars in Wikipedia: How cooperative value is formed
as author at  ZiF Workshop: Web Epistemics - How the Web shapes what we believe and know, how we learn and what we are, Bielefeld 2012,
together with: Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) (recorded by),
3151 views
best paper
flag Large Events on the Stock Market: A Study of High Resolution Data
as author at  Best Poster,
2999 views
  invited talk
flag The Role of Tie Strength in the Cohesion of the Society: A Tribute to Mark Granovetter
as author at  International Workshop on Coping with Crises in Complex Socio-Economic Systems,
4856 views
lecture
flag Modeling social networks on large scale
as author at  5th European Conference on Complex Systems ,
4755 views
  lecture
flag Fluctuation scaling in complex systems: Taylor's law and beyond
as author at  4th European Phd Complexity School,
4037 views
lecture
flag Social Networks from the Perspective of Physics
as author at  4th European Conference on Complex Systems,
4909 views