Tibor Ódor @ Bolyai Institute, University
of Szeged, Hungary

Tibor Ódor

I am an Associate Professor at Department of Geometry, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged, Hungary.

My main areas of interest are integral geometry, convexity, group theory, 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 and physics.

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Diploma munka, Szakdolgozat, TDK és Kutatási Témák

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