associate professor
Institute of Mathematics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)
Egry J. u. 1.
1111 Budapest, Hungary

E-mail: vetob at math dot bme dot hu
Office: building H, room no. 663
Phone: +36 1 463 1111, ext: 5904 (through the BME network);
Office hours: Wednesday 9.00-10.00 am (online)

Research interest: My current research in probability theory focuses on asymptotics of models in the KPZ universality class. In particular, I have been studying the limiting fluctuations of exactly solvable interacting particle systems such as versions of exclusion processes; I have been investigating non-intersecting trajectories of random processes, directed polymer models and random tiling problems, which belong to the family of KPZ class of models. I am also interested in random walks and processes with self-interactions.
Keywords: probability theory, KPZ universality class, growth models, interacting particle systems, random matrix theory, random walks with self-interactions

I am an associate professor at the Department of Stochastics at the Budapest University of Technology (BME).
Between Sep 2017 and Aug 2020, I was holding the Postdoctoral Scholarship of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFI).
Between Sep 2016 and Jun 2017, I was holding the Postdoctoral Scholarship of the New National Excellence Program.
Between Oct 2013 and Aug 2016, I was a postdoctoral researcher of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences hosted at the MTA-BME Stochastics Research Group.
Between Oct 2011 and Sep 2013, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics at the University of Bonn working with Patrik Ferrari.
From November 2012, I was supported by the Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers of the Humboldt Foundation.
I defended my PhD in mathematics in June 2011 under the supervision of Bálint Tóth at the Budapest University of Technology.

Curriculum Vitae
NSF-style short biography
BME Stochastics Seminar
Seminars in Hungary