Civil Engineering Building (H20)
Level 1, Room CE104
Research Associate in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering's Research Centre for Integrated Transport Innovation (rCITI)
András holds a BSc in Systems Engineering from the University of Pécs, a MSc in Computer Science and Information Technology from the University of Debrecen and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Szeged. The title of his PhD dissertation is “Methods for the description and analysis of processes in real-life networks”.
Applications of graph theory and network science on real-life problems.
- The detection and analysis of static and dynamic communities in networks.
- Studying infection and diffusion processes on networks, with an emphasis on developing fast heuristics for these models.
- Using optimization methods to trace back infections, to identify infection probabilities between neighbouring nodes and detect the probabilities of infection for all nodes.