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László Gulyás


Education, degrees

BSc in Computer Science, Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences (ELTE), Budapest
1994-1998 Courses in Teaching Methodology at ELTE, Budapest
1994-1998 Selected Courses in General Economics at University of Economics, Budapest
1996 MSc in Computer Science, ELTE, Budapest
1996-present PhD student at the joint Informatics department of the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and the Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Project title:
Applications of Multi-Agent Systems


Programming Competition of the National Health Institute, 1st and 3rd prizes
National Competition in Informatics, 9th place
International Olympiad in Informatics, member of the national team
1991 National Competition in Informatics, 3rd place
International Olympiad in Informatics, bronze medal
1994-1995 Scholarship of the government
1995 Excellent student of the faculty (ELTE TTK)
1998, 1999, 2000 Award of the Minister of Education for the training of the Hungarian team participating at the International Olimpiad in Informatics
Best Talk Award, 3rd place, Conference of Phd Students on Computer Science, Szeged, Hungary
2001 János Kemény Prize of the John von Neumann Computer Society

Current position

Laboratory of Engineering and Management Intelligence, CARI, junior researcher

Fields of interests

Multi-Agent Systems (Coordination, Social Approaches, Stigmergy)
Distributed Systems (Mobile Agents, Mobile Object Systems, Coordination in Mobile Systems)
Multi-Agent Simulation (Social Systems, Social Science Models)
Artificial Intelligence


1997-present John von Neumann Computer Society, Secretary of Talent-Scouting Section
1998 Co-chair of the First Hungarian National Conference on Agent-Based Computing


1993-present Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Budapest,
Several courses for undergraduate and graduate students in informatics.
Introduction to Programming (1993-1996)
Programming Methodology (1994-1997)
Programming Technologies (1996-1998)
The Java Language (1996-1997)
The Modula-2 Language (1995)
Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (1998-present)
Mobile Software Systems (1999-present)
The Techniques of E-Commerce (2000)

1997-1999 Complex Adaptive Systems Laboratory, Central European University, Budapest
Courses for graduate students on Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation, using Swarm and MAML (Multi-Agent Modeling Language).

1992-present Hungarian National Contest in Informatics, International Olympiad in Informatics for High School Students. Taking part in the organization of the national contest since 1992. Selecting and training the national team for IOIs, since 1996.

Supervised projects

1998-2000 Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Department of General Computer Science, supervised 12 successful thesis works (for MSc and BSc degrees)
2000 Dénes Gábor College, supervised 1 successful thesis work


Editor of a book. Author or co-author of 19 publications, among others 5 book chapters, 14 journal and conference papers (9 published in international volumes). (See for details.)
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