Talks & [slides]:

Talks in international conferences:

  1. Operationality in the Axiomatic Foundations of Relativity Theory Foundations of Physics, 29 to 31 July, 2013, München [slides: pdf]
  2. 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)]
  3. 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]
  4. Closed Timelike Curves in Relativistic Hypercomputation, Unconventional Computation 2011, 10th International Conference on Unconventional Computation, June 6-10, Turku, Finland 2011. [slides: pdf]
  5. New challenges in the axiomatization of relativity theory, New Challenges in the Field of Military Sciences 2010, Budapest, 28 – 30 September, 2010. [slides: pdf]
  6. Axiomatization of Physics in a Logical Framework, Physics and Computation 2010, On the Nile, Egypt, August 30 - September 6, 2010. [slides: pdf]
  7. 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]
  8. 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]
  9. 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]
  10. 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]
  11. Relativistic Computation Tutorial, Unconventional Computation 2009 September 7-11th 2009 Ponta-Delgada, Azores, Portugal. [slides: pptx]
  12. Symmetry Axioms in Relativity Theories, Symmetry Festival 2009, Budapest (2009). [slides: pdf]
  13. 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]
  14. Fine tuning the axioms of relativity to specific subject, Vienna Circle and Hungary, Vienna (2008). [slides: pdf]
  15. 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]
  16. Twin Paradox from first order logic point of view, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [slides: pdf, abstract: html]
  17. Logical foundation for spacetime, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  18. The effects of gravitation on clocks, proved in axiomatic relativity, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  19. An Alexandrov-Zeeman type theorem, Logic in Hungary - 2005, Budapest (2005). [abstract: html]
  20. A logical investigation of inertial and accelerated observes in flat space-times, Kalmár Workshop on logic and computer science, JATE, Szeged (2003).
  21. Clock paradox in model theoretic terms, Logic, Algebra, Relativity, Rényi Institute, Budapest (2002).
  22. Talks in seminars / Hungarian conferences:

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