CV – Bence Ferdinandy

Place & date of birth: Szeged, Hungary – September 9, 1988
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: physicist (2012)

2012 – 2018                ELTE Doctoral School of Physics

2010 – 2012                ELTE Master in Physics
2007 – 2010                ELTE Bachelors in Physics

Languages skills: English, German

Degree: PhD (2018)

Professional experience and positions:
2015-                          research assistant – MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group

2012-2015                   contracted research fellow, ELTE EU ERC COLLMOT project

Teaching experience:
2018 –                        Biometrics, advanced biostatistics (english)

2012-2014                  Modern Physics Laboratory (ESR spectroscopy, Spectra of hydrogen and alkali metals)

Professional awards and recognition: 2011 – ELTE TTK Excellent Student of the Faculty

5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Abdai, J., Ferdinandy, B., Baño Terencio, C., Pogány, Á., Miklósi, Á. 2017. Perception of animacy in dogs and humans. Biology Letters, 13: 20170156. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2017.0156

Ferdinandy, B., Ozogány, K., Vicsek, T., “Collective motion of groups of self-propelled particles following interacting leaders.” Submitted to Physica A (2016).

Ferdinandy, B., Mones, E., Vicsek, T., Müller, V., “HIV competition dynamics over sexual networks: first comer advantage conserves founder effects.” In: PLoS Comput Biol 11.2 (2015).

Ferdinandy, B., Bhattacharya, K., Ábel, D., Vicsek, T., “Landing together: How flocks arrive at a coherent action in time and space in the presence of perturbations.” In: Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 391.4 (2012).