László Kozma


Email address: Lkozma@gmail.com
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I recently started as an assistant professor at Freie Universität Berlin, working in the Theoretical Computer Science group (semi-official page). I am interested in data structures, algorithms, combinatorics, and other related (and unrelated) topics.

I obtained my PhD at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany, where my advisor was Raimund Seidel. Afterwards I spent a year as a postdoc at Tel Aviv University, hosted by Haim Kaplan and Yossi Azar, and a year at TU Eindhoven, hosted by Nikhil Bansal. A long time ago I worked and/or studied at Helsinki University of Technology (currently called Aalto University), and TU Cluj in Romania, where I'm actually from. Below you can find links to my research work and some fun projects I work(ed) on.


(recent and representative work — here is a more complete list with summaries, slides, and other links)



Books I've read recently

  • Random blog posts
  • Links I found interesting or useful
  • Have the same name?
  • Some favorites:
    "So any theorem that a human can prove is, ipso facto, utterly trivial."    D Zeilberger, Opinion 36
    "Man muss immer umkehren."    CGJ Jacobi
    "Everybody has plans until they get hit."    M Tyson
    "Understanding is a poor substitute for convexity."    NN Taleb, Antifragile
    "ügyeskedhet, nem fog a macska \ egyszerre kint s bent egeret"    J A, Eszmélet

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