István Miklós

senior research fellow
1111 Budapest, Lágymányosi u. 11.
Room number
+36 1 279 6172


  • 1992-1998, ELTE TTK, biology-chemistry teacher
  • 1993-1998, ELTE TTK, mathematics teacher
  • 1998-2001, ELTE TTK, theoretical biology and ecology PhD school
  • 2002-2002, University of Oxford, Department of Stochastics, Genome Analysis and Bioinformatics group, postdoctoral fellow


Research area

  • Bioinformatics: dynamic programming, stochastic models, genome rearrangement
  • Theoretical Computer Science: computational complexity of counting and sampling, #P-completeness, FPRAS, FPAUS.
  • Markov chain Monte Carlo, speed of convergence of Markov chains
  • Graph degree sequence problems



  • Budapest Semesters in Mathematics: Algorithms of Bioinformatics, Introduction to Combinatorics
  • BMGE: Stochastic models in bioinformatics
  • CEU: Theory of Algorithms


Awards, stipends, fellowships

  • 2005: Young researcher award of the HAS
  • 2006-2009: Bolyai János stipends
  • 2010: Gyires Béla award


Organizing conferences

  • Bayesian Phylogeny, 2008 Rényi Institute, organizer
  • RECOMB Comparative Genomics, 2009 Budapest, co-chair
  • Dagstuhl Seminar 16071: Pattern Avoidance and Genome Sorting, co-organizer
  • Dagstuhl Seminar 18451: Genomics, Pattern Avoidance and Statistical Physics, co-organizer


Selected publications

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