Curriculum vitæ et studiorum 

Until age 17 I studied at Budapest. Upon winning the 5th place at the National Student Olympiad in physics, I was invited to apply for a scholarship of the United World Colleges. I eventually received the scholarship and thus spent two years in Atlantic College (UK) where I obtained my baccalaureate.
 19962001: Master in physics at the Eötvös Loránd University; degree obtained with "summa cum laude".
 20012005: PhD studies in pure mathematics at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata''. Supervisor: prof. Roberto Longo. Research topic: Operator Algebraic aspects of Conformal Quantum Field Theory. PhD obtained in 2005 (and formally signed by the rector in 2006).
I was several times invited for shorter term collaborations; e.g. I worked with prof. Yasuyuki Kawahigashi at the University of Tokyo and with prof. KarlHenning Rehren at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Göttingen. However, my longer postdoctoral positions were the following.
I have also participated to a number of international conferences and summer schools, e.g. I gave talks at Oberwolfach and Banff.
 20062007: postdoctoral position at the Department of Mathematics, University of Rome "Tor Vergata''
 20072008: "Junior Fellow'' grant for 2x2 months at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute,
 20092010: Research Grant; postdoctoral position financed from the ERC AdG 227458 "Operator Algebras and Conformal Field Theory" at the Department of Mathematics, University of Rome "Tor Vergata".
 20072011: "Young Researcher" position at the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics.
 20162016: Invited Researcher (for one semester); position financed from the ERC AdG 669240 "Quantum Algebraic Structures and Models"
In 2011 I became an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematical Analysis of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). In 2016 I was promoted to associate professor, which is also my current title. I am a member of the editorial board of Periodica Mathematica Hungarica, and between 2012 and 2015 I was also a Bolyai János Research Fellow of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. I am the organizer of a yearly mathematical contest at my University. I regularly participate at international scientific conferences; this year for example I was invited speaker at the conference "Quantum Information and Operator Algebras" held in Rome. Apart from teaching at BME, I often teach a course regarding Quantum Probability Theory and Quantum Logic at the Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT). and at the Budapest Semesters of Mathematics (BSM).
I have a profound interest in music and I play the violin. Apart from Hungarian, I am fluent (and taught University courses) both in English and in Italian.