Mate Nagy

mate1Mate is is a biological physicist who is interested in collective animal behaviour and applying/developing state-of-the-art automated measurement techniques and analysis methods.

Previously he was a Royal Society Newton Fellow in the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford and Junior Research Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford working with Dr Dora Biro. He has been a post-doc and he did his PhD in Physics at Eotvos University, Budapest with Professor Tamas Vicsek, studying collective motion and leader-follower relations in pigeon flocks and modelling self-propelled particles.