Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship


  1. (with B. Szegedy) On Sidorenko's conjecture for determinants and Gaussian Markov random fields, pdf

  2. (with F. Bencs) Note on the zero-free region of the hard-core model, pdf

  3. (with M. Borbényi) On degree-contsrained subgraphs and orientations, pdf

  4. (with A. Imolay) Covers, factors and orientations pdf


  1. Workshop on Graph Limit Theory, Janov, 2018

  2. Summer School on Graph Limit Theory, Budapest, 2018 (lecturer)

  3. Building Bridges II, Celebrating the Work of László Lovász, Budapest, 2018, (invited speaker, mini talk)

  4. Introduction to Partition Functions, EPFL, Lausanne, 2018 (invited speaker)

  5. Partition Functions and Computational Complexity, Amsterdam, 2018 (invited speaker)

  6. Theoretical Challanges in Partition Functions, EPFL, Lausanne, 2018 (invited speaker)

  7. Applications of Partition Functions, EPFL, Lausanne, 2018 (invited speaker)

  8. Deterministic Counting, Probability, and Zeros of Partition Functions. Berkeley, 2019 (invited speaker)


  1. Discrete Mathematics (2018-19 fall)

  2. Probabilistic Methods in Combinatorics (2018-19 spring)

  3. Problem Solving Seminar in Combinatorics (2018 fall, 2019 spring)

Public outreach, transfer of knowledge and supervision

  1. I have been supervising many super gifted students: Ferenc Bencs (CEU, PhD student, finishing soon), Haoran Luo (Msc student, ELTE), Márton Borbényi, András Imolay, Ádám Schweitzer (Bsc students, ELTE). I also supervised Levente Szemerédi and Benedek Váli (Bsc students, ELTE).

  2. I was invited to give a lecture series and instruct exercise classes in the MaMuT2 math camp for gifted high school students (Matematikai Mulatságok Tábora, Camp of Math Fun) in the summer of 2018. I gave problems about polynomials: problems. This math camp is organized by the Gondolkodás Öröme Alapítvány (Joy of Thinking Foundation, website).

  3. Published an article in the electronic journal Érintő about the math education at MIT: article.

  4. I give a week-long lecture series with the title Counting in Sparse Graphs (venue) in the the summer of 2019. Participants were Márton Borbényi, András Imolay, Ádám Schweitzer, Kristóf Zolomy, Balázs Bursics, Marcell Alexy, Panna Fekete, Attila Gáspár. This lecture series became the foundation of my course Selected Topics in Graph Theory: Counting in Sparse Graphs (course, lecture note).

  5. I also wrote, polished and extended my other lecture notes on Discrete Mathematics (course, lecture note) and Probabilistic Methods in Combinatorics (course, lecture note).

  6. I became a member of the Committee of Educational Reform at the math department of the Eötvös Loránd University.