NEPUSZ, Tamás

Name: Tamás Nepusz
Address: Dept. Biophysics, KFKI RIPNP of the HAS, Konkoly-Thege M. út 29-33, Budapest, H-1121, Hungary
Office: KFKI Campus, Building 13, Floor 1, Room 3.
E-mail: ntamas at rmki dot kfki dot hu
ICQ: 120372197
Phone: +36 20 352 66 56 (cellular)
Fax: +36 1 392 2742
Occupation: computer scientist
Position: research assistant

Studies

Research interest

  • Structure and dynamics of virtual Internet communities
  • Analysis of brain cortical networks using graph theory methods
  • Computer aided movement analysis of patients with neurological diseases

Projects

Publications, conference talks
2008

  • Nepusz T, Négyessy L, Tusnády G, Bazsó F: Reconstructing cortical networks: case of directed graphs with high level of reciprocity. To appear in: Handbook of Large-Scale Random Networks, ed. Béla Bollobás, Róbert Kozma. Springer-Verlag.
  • Nepusz T, Petróczi A, Négyessy L, Bazsó F: Fuzzy communities and the concept of bridgeness in complex networks. Physical Review E, 77:016107, 2008. Preprint available at arXiv:physics.soc-ph/0707.1646 (abstract, PDF)

2007

  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F: Maximum likelihood methods for data mining in datasets represented by graphs. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics, Subotica, Serbia, 24-25 August 2007, pp. 161-165.
  • Nepusz T, Petróczi A, Bazsó F: Fuzzy clustering and the concept of bridgeness in social networks. Contributed talk, 3rd International Workshop and Conference on Network Science, 20-26 May 2007, Hall of Science, New York, USA. (slides)
  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F: Likelihood-based clustering of directed graphs. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, Agadir, Morocco, 28-30 March 2007, pp. 189-194. (link)
  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F, Strausz Gy: A new approach for the clustering of directed graphs. In: Proceedings of the 14th PhD Mini-symposium, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, pp. 34-37. (link)

2006

  • Csárdi G, Nepusz T: The igraph software package for complex network research. InterJournal, Complex Systems 1695. 2006. (link)
  • Petróczi A, Nepusz T, Bazsó F: Measuring tie-strength in virtual social networks. Connections 27(2), pp. 49-57. (download)
  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F, Négyessy L, Tusnády G: Predicting uncharted connections with Szemerédi's Regularity Lemma in the cerebral cortical network. Conference talk, Large Scale Random Graph Methods for Modeling Mesoscopic Behavior in Biological and Physical Systems, 29 August 2006, Rényi Institute, Budapest, Hungary. (download)
  • Négyessy L, Nepusz T, Kocsis L, Bazsó F: Prediction of the main cortical areas and connections involved in the tactile function of the visual cortex by network analysis. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2006; 23(7): 1919-1930. (link)
  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F, Strausz Gy: Efficient framework for the analysis of large datasets represented by graphs. In: Proceedings of the 13th PhD Mini-symposium, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, pp. 52-53. (download)

2005

  • Nepusz T: Movement examination of patients with cerebrovascular accident. Conference talk in Hungarian, Budamed '05 conference, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Kovács Zs, Nepusz T, Hamar G: Simple movement analyser for neurological applications (translation, originally in Hungarian). Kórház- és orvostechnika, 2005; 43(1): 3-8.

2004

  • Herczeg E, Baumgartner I, Fazekas G, Kovács Zs, Nepusz T: Application of a movement analyser system in the assessment of the hand movement of patients with one-sided palsy (translation, originally in Hungarian). Rehabilitáció, 2004; 14(4): 31-34.

Essays, conference posters
2007

  • Nepusz T, Petróczi A, Bazsó F: Multigraph Approach to Social Network Analysis. Conference poster, NATO Advanced Study Institute: Evolution from Cellular to Social Scales, 10-20 April 2007, Geilo, Norway. (download)
  • Nepusz T, Csárdi G: igraph -- Software Package for Complex Network Analysis. Conference, poster, NATO Advanced Study Institute: Evolution from Cellular to Social Scales, 10-20 April 2007, Geilo, Norway. (download, related link)

2005

  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F, Petróczi A: Discovering Community Structure from Communication Characteristics. Conference poster, NATO Advanced Study Institute: Dynamics of Complex Interconnected Systems -- Networks and Bioprocesses, 11-21 April 2005, Geilo, Norway.
  • Kovács Zs, Nepusz T: Application of movement analysis in the qualitative assessment of patients with neurological diseases. National Students' Scientific Conference, Hungary, 2005, 1st prize.
  • Nepusz T: Application of movement analysis in the qualitative assessment of patients with cerebrovascular accident. Master's thesis, 2005, Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Informatics major.

2004

  • Nepusz T, Bazsó F, Petróczi A: Structure and dynamics of virtual networks. Conference poster, European Conference on Complex Systems, 5-7 December 2004, Torino, Villa Gualino.

2003

  • Nepusz T: Visualisation of the execution of Prolog programs. Students' Scientific Conference of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics at the Technical University of Budapest, 2003, 2nd prize.
Born: 29th July, 1983, Székesfehérvár, Hungary
Languages: English (intermediate), German (intermediate), Finnish (basic, but constantly improving)