I am a Ph.D. candidate of network science at the Department of Network and Data Science at the Central European University, in Budapest, Hungary. My research revolves around urban mobility in multiplex urban networks, bridging urban planning and complex systems. Currently, I am working on multiplex urban fingerprints for bicycle network planning. I have experience working in academic, government and private sectors.
Recent Articles and Posts
New Paper! “Quantifying Life Quality as Walkability on Urban Networks: The Case of Budapest”
- Leonhard Euler and Graph Theory
- Teaching network science, international summer at ITESO
- From multiplex urban fingerprints to bicycle network planning. Presentation at NetSci 2019. Burlington, VA. USA.
- How a city bikes? Visualizing bicycle sharing data
- 8th International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications
December 10-12, 2019 - Lisbon, Portugal