Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

Vizi Zsolt
Beosztás: lead researcher
Munkahely: University of Szeged
Végzettség:

Applied Mathematician, University of Szeged (2013)

Mathematics PhD, University of Szeged (2017)

Önéletrajz:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/zsolt-vizi-phd/

Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

In English:

  • Mathematics for pharmacist students (2014 fall)

In Hungarian:

Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Studies:

  • Informatics II. (2012 spring, 2013 spring)
  • Informatics for nurses (2012 fall)

Faculty of Pharmacy:

  • Mathematics for pharmacist students (2012 fall, 2014 fall, 2015 spring)

Faculty of Sciences and Informatics:

  • Applied statistics (2011 fall)
  • Discrete mathematics (2011 fall, 2012 fall)
  • Biostatistics (2013 fall)
  • Computer-aided mathematical modelling (2013 fall)
  • Mathematics for biology teachers (2013 fall, 2016 fall, 2020 fall)
  • Mathematical statistics for bioengineer students (2014 spring)
  • Mathematical models (2016 spring, 2017 spring, 2020 spring)
  • Dynamical models for environmental engineers (2017 spring, 2020 fall)
  • Industrial mathematics(2020 spring)

Engineering Center Budapest at Robert Bosch Kft.

  • university lectures about radar-based driver assistance systems and autonomous driving at three universities (2017 fall)

Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

Theses: 

Bachelor thesis - 2011

Master Thesis - 2013

PhD Thesis - 2017

Publications:

[1]   Röst, G. and Vizi, Z., 2014. Backward bifurcation for pulse vaccination. Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems14, pp.99-113.

[2]   Kiss, I.Z., Röst, G. and Vizi, Z., 2015. Generalization of pairwise models to non-Markovian epidemics on networks. Physical review letters115(7), p.078701.

[3]   Barbarossa, M.V., Dénes, A., Kiss, G., Nakata, Y., Röst, G. and Vizi, Z., 2015. Transmission dynamics and final epidemic size of Ebola virus disease outbreaks with varying interventions. PloS one10(7), p.e0131398.

[4]   Röst, G., Vizi, Z. and Kiss, I.Z., 2016. Impact of non-Markovian recovery on network epidemics. In BIOMAT 2015: International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology (pp. 40-53).

[5]   Röst, G., Kiss, I.Z. and Vizi, Z., 2016, June. Variance of Infectious Periods and Reproduction Numbers for Network Epidemics with Non-Markovian Recovery. In European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (pp. 171-178). Springer, Cham.

[6]   Röst, G., Vizi, Z. and Kiss, I.Z., 2018. Pairwise approximation for SIR-type network epidemics with non-Markovian recovery. Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences474(2210), p.20170695.

[7]   Vizi, Z., Kiss, I.Z., Miller, J.C. and Röst, G., 2019. A monotonic relationship between the variability of the infectious period and final size in pairwise epidemic modelling. Journal of Mathematics in Industry9(1), p.1.

[8]   Bogya, N., Fazekas, R., Nagy-György, J. and Vizi, Z., 2019. Clustering Algorithm Exploring Road Geometry in a Video-Based Driver Assistant System. In Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2018 (pp. 589-595). Springer, Cham.

[9] Boldog, P., Tekeli, T., Vizi, Z., Dénes, A., Bartha, F.A. and Röst, G., 2020. Risk assessment of novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreaks outside China. Journal of clinical medicine9(2), p.571.

[10] Röst, G., Bartha, F.A., Bogya, N., Boldog, P., Dénes, A., Tamás, F., Horváth, K.J., Juhász, A., Nagy, C., Tekeli, T. and Vizi, Z., 2020. Early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in Hungary and post-lockdown scenarios. medRxiv.

Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

BSc thesis supervision:

  • Zsuzsanna Mári, Force Management in Call Centers (2014)
  • Eszter Szénási, Association algorithms in driver assistance systems (2017)
  • Anita Fülöp, A 2014-es Ebola-járvány matematikai modellezése és számítógéppel segített vizsgálata (2017)

MSc thesis supervision

  • Róbert Fazekas, Forgalmi sávok modellezése videó alapú vezetést támogató rendszerekben (2018)
  • Róbert Csányi, A vízminőség elemzése a Bácsvíz Zrt. kecskeméti területén (2018)
  • Árpád Kónya, Long Short-Term Memory Networks in Time Series Forecasting (2018)

Conference talks:

  • 2013. National Scientific Student Competition, Applied mathematics subsection, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2014.  BIOMATH 2014 - International Conference on Mathematical Methods and Models in Biosciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 2014.  CSM - The Third Conference of PhD Students in Mathematics, Szeged, Hungary
  • 2014.  Fifth Central- and Eastern European Conference on Computer Algebra- and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Education, Halle, Germany
  • 2015. Pannonian Modeling Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • 2015. 10th Colloquium on the Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations, Szeged, Hungary
  • 2015.  ICMA-V: The 5th International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems, London, Canada
  • 2015. 5th international Workshop on 'Modeling in Life Sciences', Szeged, Hungary
  • 2016. BJMT Applied Mathematical Conference, Győr, Hungary
Seminar talks:
  • 2013. seminar talk, Beuth Hochschule, für Technik Berlin, Germany
  • 2015. PhD seminar, Bolyai Institute, Szeged
  • 2016. PhD seminar, Bolyai Institute, Szeged
  • 2016. seminar talk, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Germany
  • 2016. 'Ecologist Tea' seminar, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest
  • 2018. Advanced Autonomous Systems, course for automotive engineers, Technical University, Budapest
Posters:
  • 2013.  Zs. Vizi, G. Röst, Backward bifurcation for pulse vaccination, Modeling in Life Sciences, Szeged, Hungary
  • 2014. Zs. Vizi, J. Karsai, Visual introduction to bifurcations, Fifth Central- and Eastern European Conference on Computer Algebra- and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Education, Halle, Germany
  • 2016, M.V. Barbarossa, A. Dénes, G. Kiss, Y. Nakata, G. Röst, Zs. Vizi, Transmission dynamics and final epidemic size of Ebola Virus Disease outbreaks with varying interventions, The Mathematics of Life - Conference on the occasion of the 60th birthday of Mats Gyllenberg
  • 2016. J. Erostyák, J. Karsai, S.M. Moghadas, Zs. Vizi, Agent-based modeling of Ebola disease transmission, BJMT Applied Mathematical Conference, Győr, Hungary
  • 2018. Bogya, N., Fazekas, R., Nagy-György, J. and Vizi, Z., Lane modelling algorithm for video-based driver assistance system, ECMI 2018, Budapest, Hungary
Science promoting talks:
  • 2013. Science Cafe, University of Szeged
  • 2014. JAG Day for Health, József Attila Grammar School, Makó
  • 2014. University Spring, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
  • 2014. Autumn Festival, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
  • 2015. Promoting talk (Bolyai Institute), József Attila Grammar School, Makó
  • 2015. Compact course, Szeged – Novi Sad Winter School on Non-Standard Forms of Teaching Mathematics and Physics: Experimental and Modeling Approach HUSRB/1203/221/024
  • 2015. Science Contest, József Attila Grammar School, Makó
  • 2017. University Spring, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
  • 2018. Promoting talk, József Attila Grammar School, Makó
  • 2018. University Spring, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
  • 2019. Promoting talk, József Attila Grammar School, Makó
  • 2019. University Spring, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged

Organizing activity:

  • 2016. Forum Mathematicum (mathematics in the industry) seminar series, Bolyai Institute
  • 2016. Modeling course for high school students, JAG, Makó
  • 2018. Machine Learning Seminar for algorithm developers, Robert Bosch Kft., Budapest

 

Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

E-mail: zsvizi(at)math.u-szeged.hu

Location: University of Szeged, Bolyai Building, M05

Vizi Zsolt Ph.D.

Zs. Vizi, Visual introduction to bifurcations (in Wolfram Mathematica)

http://www.model.u-szeged.hu/data/etc/edoc/2015-bifurcation/index-en.html