Welcome to my personal site!
I'm a postdoctoral researcher at Toulouse School of Economics and a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse. I'm employed by Ingela Alger's ERC grant entitled 'Evolving Economics'.
My research is in game theory, networks, and the application of game theory to fight cancer*.
"How does that work", you ask? For an introduction, check out a transcript of my talk from 2018 and/or how it is applied on my first cancer patient during the 2019 IMO Workshop.
Together with Cristoph Kuzmics and Erik Mohlin, I co-organize the online LEG (Learning, Evolution, and Games) seminar series. Reach out if you'd like to join the mailing list!
In the academic year 2022-23, together with Maria Kleshnina, I am provisional co-leader of the IAST Social Evolution Research Team.
I received my PhD at Maastricht University in 2019 under the supervision of Jean-Jacques Herings, Ronald Peeters, and Frank Thuijsman. The title of my dissertation is "Public Goods Games on Networks and in Tumors".
I have some normal-sounding hobbies (hiking, sports, travel), and I have a fascination with military history. Together with Chris Pringle I am translating 1848-1849 -- A szabadságharc hadtörténete (The Military History of the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848-1849) by Róbert Hermann.
Here is how that came about and how it went.
Cover photos: Home, Sint Servaasbrug in Maastricht. Research, TSE's new building. Teaching, Corvinus University of Budapest and the Szabadság híd (Liberty Bridge). Resume, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Contact, a view of Grenoble. Blog, Halászbástya (Fisherman's Bastion) in Budapest.