Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – 2 June 1958
Education: electric engineer, MSc.
1977-1981 Budapest Technical University, Faculty of Electric Engineering
Languages skills: English, German, Russian
2007 Habilitation (ELTE, biology)
2005 Dsc in philosophy (Hung.Acad.Sci)
1997 CSc in biology (Hung.Acad.Sci)
Professional experience and positions:
2007-2015 Head of department, full professor (ELTE)
1995-2007 Head of department, associate professor (ELTE)
1988-1995 Senior research fellow (Hung.Acad.Sci – ELTE)
1984-1987 Hung.Acad.Sci. doctoral fellow
2016 – philosophy of science, and cognitive science courses
1995-2015 philosophy of science, history of science, cognitive science, and consciousness studies courses
Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2014- guest professor (PhD programme, computational science, ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia)
2014 Fellow, NIAS (Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, 5 months)
2012 guest professor (6 months), University of Amsterdam
2011 FuturICT flagship pilot (1 year), management associate, ETH Zürich
2006-2011 Fellow, Collegium Budapest (the Institute for Advanced Study)
2009 Fulbright research fellowship (6 months) Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2007 Basler Chair of Excellence, East Tennessee State U., TN
2004 guest professor (1 semester, University of Vienna, Dept. of History and Philosophy of Science)
2004 guest professor (2 weeks), Dept. of Mathematics, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
2002-2003 Fujitsu Associate Professor of Complex Systems (1 year), Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Tatsunokuchi, Ishikawa, Japan.
2001-2004 Széchenyi professzoral fellowship (a national fellowship at ELTE)
5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Kampis, George, Tobias Franke, Sascha Negele, and Paul Lukowicz. “Efficient Information Distribution Using Human Mobility.” Procedia Computer Science 66 (2015): 382-391.
Kampis, George, Jan W. Kantelhardt, Kamil Kloch, and Paul Lukowicz. “Analytical and simulation models for collaborative localization.” Journal of Computational Science 6 (2015): 1-10.
Gulyás, László, George Kampis, and Richard O. Legendi. “Elementary models of dynamic networks.” The European Physical Journal Special Topics 222, no. 6 (2013): 1311-1333.
van Harmelen, Frank, George Kampis, Katy Börner, Peter Van den Besselaar, Erik Schultes, Carole Goble, Paul Groth et al. “Theoretical and technological building blocks for an innovation accelerator.” European Physical Journal-Special Topics 214, no. 1 (2012): 183-214.
Soós, Sándor, and George Kampis. “Beyond the basemap of science: mapping multiple structures in research portfolios: evidence from Hungary.” Scientometrics 93, no. 3 (2012): 869-891.