Talks & [slides]:

Talks in international conferences, seminars and workshops:

  1. Upcoming: Tutorial on Logic and the Theory of Relativity, 5th World Congress and School on Universal Logic, June 20 - 24 2015, University of Istanbul
  2. Axiomatizing Minkowski Spacetime in First-Order Temporal Logic, 2nd workshop of The Budapest-Krakow Research Group, December 8, 2014, Krakow
  3. Interpretation of Special Relativity in the Language of Newtonian Kinematics, Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science -- Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2014.09.24.
  4. A completeness theorem for general relativity, Logic Colloquium 2014, 14th - 19th July, Vienna University of Technology
  5. Modal logic of clocks (Modalizing a first-order theory of time to get a better understanding of relativity theories), Logic Colloquium 2014, 14th - 19th July, Vienna University of Technology
  6. Operationality in the Axiomatic Foundations of Relativity Theory Foundations of Physics, 29 to 31 July, 2013, München [slides: pdf]
  7. Tutorial on logical analysis of relativity theories, First International Conference on Logic and Relativity: honoring István Németi's 70th birthday, September 8 - 12, 2012, Budapest [slides: pdf (Part1), slides: pdf (Part2)]
  8. Existence of Faster Than Light Signals Implies Hypercomputation Already in Special Relativity, Turing Centenary Conference University of Cambridge 18 June - 23 June, 2012. [slides: pdf]
  9. Closed Timelike Curves in Relativistic Hypercomputation, Unconventional Computation 2011, 10th International Conference on Unconventional Computation, June 6-10, Turku, Finland 2011. [slides: pdf]
  10. New challenges in the axiomatization of relativity theory, New Challenges in the Field of Military Sciences 2010, Budapest, 28 – 30 September, 2010. [slides: pdf]
  11. Axiomatization of Physics in a Logical Framework, Physics and Computation 2010, On the Nile, Egypt, August 30 - September 6, 2010. [slides: pdf]
  12. Axiomatization of spacetime geometries, Non-Euclidean Geometry and its Applications 7-th Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference, Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár), Romania 5-9 July, 2010. [slides: pdf]
  13. Logic and Language of Relativity Theories, Logic Language Mathematics A Philosophy Conference in Memory of Imre Ruzsa, September 17-19, 2009 Budapest, Hungary. [slides: pdf]
  14. Logical Foundation and Introduction for Relativity Theory (and for relativistic computing), Physics and Computation 2009, September 7-11th 2009 Ponta-Delgada, Azores, Portugal. [slides: pptx]
  15. Answering Why-Type Questions of Relativity Theories (Both Special and General) Mathematics, Physics and Philosophy In the Interpretations of Relativity Theory Budapest 4-6 September 2009 [abstract: pdf]
  16. Relativistic Computation Tutorial, Unconventional Computation 2009 September 7-11th 2009 Ponta-Delgada, Azores, Portugal. [slides: pptx]
  17. Symmetry Axioms in Relativity Theories, Symmetry Festival 2009, Budapest (2009). [slides: pdf]
  18. Reverse Thinking and Axiomatic Method in Foundations of Physics, Studia Logica International Conference Logic and the foundations of physics: space, time and quanta Trends in Logic VI, Brussel (2008) [slides: pdf]
  19. Fine tuning the axioms of relativity to specific subject, Vienna Circle and Hungary, Vienna (2008). [slides: pdf]
  20. A logical analysis of effects of gravitation on clocks, Mathematics, Physics, and Philosophy in the Interpretations of Relativity Theory, ELTE, Budapest (2007). [slides: pdf, abstract: doc]
  21. Twin Paradox from first order logic point of view, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [slides: pdf, abstract: html]
  22. Logical foundation for spacetime, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  23. The effects of gravitation on clocks, proved in axiomatic relativity, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  24. An Alexandrov-Zeeman type theorem, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  25. A logical investigation of inertial and accelerated observes in flat space-times, Kalmár Workshop on logic and computer science, JATE, Szeged (2003).
  26. Clock paradox in model theoretic terms, Logic, Algebra, Relativity, Rényi Institute, Budapest (2002).
  27. Talks in Hungarian conferences, seminars and workshops:

  28. Relativitáselmélet és matematikai logika, MTA Rényi Alfréd Matematikai Kutatóintézet, Összintézeti Szeminárium, 2014. április 7. [slides: pdf]
  29. Interpretation of Special Relativity in the Language of Newtonian Kinematics, MTA Rényi Alfréd Matematikai Kutatóintézet, Logika és Relativitáselmélet Szeminárium, 2014.06.26, Budapest.
  30. Egy axiomatikus út a speciális relativitáselmélettől az általános relativitáselméletig, Wigner RMI Elméleti Osztály Szemináriuma, Budapest, 2014 Február 21. [slides: pdf]
  31. Does faster than light motion contradict Einstein's theory of relativity? Rényi Intézet, Fiatal Kutatói Szeminárium, Budapest, 2013 Május 6. [slides: pdf]
  32. Megdől-e a relativitáselmélet, ha vannak fénynél gyorsabb részecskék?, Wigner RMI Elméleti Osztály Szemináriuma, Budapest, 2012 Június 1. [slides: pdf]
  33. Miért axiomatizálunk fizikát? Matematikai fizika ünnepi ülés Matolcsi Tamás 70. születésnapja alkalmából, KFKI, RMKI, Budapest, 2011. [pdf, videó, hang]
  34. What are the numbers in which spacetime? LaPoM – Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics szeminárium, ELTE, Logika Tanszék, Budapest, 2011. [slides: pdf]
  35. Mik a számok a melyik téridõben? (What are the numbers in which spacetimes?) Fiatal Kutatói Mini-konferencia, Rényi institute, Budapest (2010). [slides: pdf]
  36. Megmaradási tételek a relativisztikus dinamikában (Conservation postulates in relativistic dynamics), Theoretical Philosophy Forum, ELTE, Budapest (2009). [slides: pdf]
  37. A conceptual analysis of the relativistic clock paradox, Philosophy of Science Colloquium, ELTE Budapest (2007). [slides: pdf]
  38. Why First-Order Logic, Filozófiai logika szeminárium, ELTE BTK Logika tanszék, Budapest (2006).
  39. Az ikerparadoxon logikai analízise (Logical analysis of the twin's paradox), Philosophy of Science Colloquium, ELTE, Budapest (2006). [slides: pdf]
  40. Gyorsulás hatása az órákra a relativitás elméletben, Matematikafilozófia mûhelyszeminárium, ELTE BTK Logika tanszék, Budapest (2005).