I was born in Budapest, Hungary. During my studies I have participated the TIME (Top Industrial Managers for Europe) program and obtained a physicist master title form the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2013 and diplôme d'ingénieur from École Centrale de Lille in 2012. I have done my PhD at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, in the group of Prof. Ignacio Cirac and have obtained the PhD title from the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München in 2019. Since September 2019, I hold a postdoctoral position at the ICMAT.
I am interested in Tensor Network mehods for the study of strongly correlated systems. In particluar, I am interested in understanding how physical symmetries are reflected in the structure of MPS and PEPS. Such an understanding then has applications in phase classification: the different representations of the physical symmetry lead to different symmetry protected and symmetry enriched topological orders. The ability to characterize non translationally invariant symmetries can also lead a better understanding of multipartite entanglement of these states, in particular, in certain cases it enables us to carry out SLOCC classification of such states. Through the ability to describe local (gauge) symmetries, one can also gain insights into high energy physics.