Oliver Nagy, MSc

complex systems, mathematical physics, statistical mechanics, simulations


Leiden University
Mathematisch Instituut
Niels Bohrweg 1
Room number 242
2333 CA Leiden

The Netherlands


Email: o.nagy at

Oliver Nagy received a bachelor's degree in physics (2017) and master's degree in theoretical physics (2020) at Charles University in Prague. His master's thesis is called "Contour methods in the mathematical theory of phase transitions" and it is focused on mathematical statistical physics (cluster expansion, Pirogov-Sinai theory...).

In February 2020, Oliver has started his PhD at Leiden University, working on the project "Random Walks on Dynamic Random Graphs" under the supervision of Frank den Hollander, Luca Avena and Remco van der Hofstad.