2018-23: | ERC Consolidator Grant, Noise-Sensitivity Everywhere |
2017: | Bolyai Plaquette from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
2016: | 7ECM Berlin invited speaker |
2014: | Paul Erdős Prize from the Mathematics Section of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
2013-: | Research Fellow at the Rényi Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and |
half-time Associate Professor at the Department of Stochatics of TU Budapest | |
Research supported by a Bolyai Fellowship, and partially supported by Balázs Szegedy's Lendület and Miklós Abért's OTKA grants | |
2011-13: | EU Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship at the Department of Stochatics of TU Budapest, hosted by Bálint Tóth |
2011: | Rollo Davidson Prize from the University of Cambridge |
jointly with Christophe Garban, "for striking and important new results for planar random processes, particularly in establishing a theory of noise sensitivity for critical percolation and the application of this theory to dynamical percolation" | |
2009-11: | Coxeter Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto (Scarborough, St George) |
Research supported by an NSERC individual Discovery Grant | |
Fall 2008: | Postdoc at MSRI, in the Ergodic Theory and Additive Combinatorics semester |
2006-08: | Postdoc at the Theory Group of Microsoft Research, working mainly with Oded Schramm (whom I miss dearly) |
2001-06: | PhD at the Dept of Statistics at UC Berkeley, under the guidance of Yuval Peres |
Thesis: Dependent percolation, critical exponents, anchored isoperimetry and random walks | |
1999-2001: | Started my PhD in Szeged, but was mostly dancing. |
1998-99: | Part III (kind of MSc) at the University of Cambridge, England, mainly to learn geometry |
Essay on Morse theory and supersymmetry, under the supervision of Graeme Segal | |
1997: | Kató Rényi Memorial Prize for outstanding undergraduate research, from the János Bolyai Mathematical Society |
1994-99: | Diploma at the Bolyai Institute, Szeged, under the guidance of Péter Hajnal |
Thesis: Disease processes and bootstrap percolation | |
1990-94: | Ságvári High School, Szeged, class specialized in mathematics |