Tibor Ódor @ Bolyai Institute,
of Szeged, Hungary
My main areas of interest are integral geometry, convexity, group
quasicrystals and complexity theory. I am especially interested in
reconstructing convex, or general sets, functions from their Radon or
other integral transforms. I also work in Kolmogorov / computational
complexity theory and as an application, in cryptography
"They that give up essential liberty to
obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin, 1759.
"It will not follow that everything must be suppresst
may be abused... If all those useful inventions that are
liable to abuse should therefore be concealed there is not
any Art or Science which may be lawfully profest."
-- Bishop John Wilkins, 1641