Mira Anisiu 
(Romanian Academy, Romania) 

Margit Antal 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Handcrafted vs automatic features for user authentication based on mouse dynamics

Loredana Balilescu 
(University of Pitesti, Romania) 
The dispersion tensor and its unique minimizer

Csaba Bálint 
(Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) 
Advances in Sphere Tracing

Barna Barabási 
(Sapientia University, Romania) 

Attila Barta 
(University of Debrecen, Hungary) 
Theoretical and simulation results on a network evolution model driven by a branching process

Dénes Bartha 
(Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) 
Inferring large jumbled patterns from small patterns

Paul Blaga 
("BabesBolyai" University, Romania) 
On some transformations in elliptic triangle geometry

Cristina Blaga 
("BabesBolyai" University, Romania) 

Krisztian Buza 
(Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) 
Some Recent Breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence (science popularizing talk)

Tiberiu Coconet 
(BabesBolyai, Romania) 
Domination of blocks and fusion systems

Nicusor Costea 
(Politehnica University of Bucharest & IMAR , Romania) 
Mixed hemivariationallike inequalities involving setvalued maps and applications

DanielaMaria Cristea 
(Babes Bolyai University, Romania) 
Formal Concept Analysis for Amino Acids Classification and Visualization

Lehel Csato 
(BabesBolyai University of ClujNapoca, Romania) 
Sparse Projection for Data Visualisation and Classification

Kalman Cziszter 
(Renyi Institute, Hungary) 
Degree bounds for generators of invariant rings

Mátyás Domokos 
(MTA Rényi Institute, Hungary) 
Constructive noncommutative invariant theory

Csaba Farkas 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Multipolar Hardy inequalities on Riemannian manifolds

Izabella Ingrid Farkas 
(Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) 
Signatures of integer expansions in real quadratic fields

István Fazekas 
(University of Debrecen, Hungary) 
Is Taylor's power law true for random networks?

Norbert Fejér 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 

Ágnes Győrfi 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 

Anca Hangan 
(technical university of cluj napoca, Romania) 
Evaluation Metrics for Anomaly Detection Algorithms in Time Series

LiaAnca Hangan 
(technical university of cluj napoca, Romania) 

Emil Horobet 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Curvature and randomness

Sándor Horváth 
(Sapientia EMTE, Romania) 
Recursive Formulas for the Simple Continued Fraction of some Mathematical Constants

David Iclanzan 
(Sapientia EMTE, Romania) 
Properties of Simple Random Walks on the Integer Axis

Liviu Ignat 
(Institute of Mathematics Simion Stoilow, România) 
The Schrödinger equation on a tree: dispersion and Hardy’s uncertainty principle

Tatiana Ignat 
(Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Romania) 

Katalin Tünde JánosiRancz 
(Sapientia University, Romania) 
Burnout in IT sector

Petru Jebelean 
(West University of Timisoara, Romania) 
Multiple periodic solutions for the relativistic operator

Dániel Joó 
(Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary) 

Zoltán Kása 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Complexity of finite and infinite words

Zoltán Kátai 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Dynamic visualizations in the AlgoRythmics environment

Jozsef Kolumban 
(Leipzig University, Germany) 
RayleighTaylor turbulence via convex integration

József, senior Kolumbán 
(BabeșBolyai University, Romania) 
On the solution set of a hemivariational inequality governed by the NavierStokes operator

Lehel Istvan Kovacs 
(Sapientia, Románia) 
KinectBased Gesture Recognition for Robot Control

György Kovács 
(Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania) 

Alexandru Kristály 
(Óbuda University, Hungary BabesBolyai University, Romania) 
BrezisPoincaréVázquez inequalities on noneuclidean structures

Zsolt Levente Kucsván 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Atlas based segmentation of 6monthold infant brain MR images

Pál Kupán 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 

Tamás László 
(Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary) 
Numerical semigroups and geometry of singularities

Rodica Ioana Lung 
(BabesBolyai University, Romania) 
Finding Equilibrium: Computational Intelligence and Games

Zoltán Makó 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 

Andrei Marcus 
(BabeșBolyai University, Romania) 
Equivalences of categories in representation theory of finite groups

Aurora Marica 
(Politehnica University of Bucharest+IMAR+ICUB, Romania ) 
Multiplier techniques and eigenfunction estimates for discrete Laplace operators

Gyöngyvér Márton 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Románia) 
"Endtoend encryption"  real perspective or danger in cryptography?

Mihai Mihailescu 
(University of Craiova, IMAR, Romania) 
The Monotonicity of the Principal Eigenvalue of the $p$Laplace Operator

VirgiliusAurelian Minuță 
(BabeșBolyai University of ClujNapoca, Romania) 
Character triples and group graded equivalences

Florian Munteanu 
(University of Craiova, Romania) 

Eszter Jáhel Nagy 
(Sapientia University, Romania, Romania) 

Boroka Oltean Peter 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
The Modelling of Cardiovascular Diseases Using Differential Equations

Lillian Oluoch 
(University of Szeged, Hungary) 
Gaussian Regression Analysis of Drilling Protocols for Dental Implantation Surgery

Erika Osztian 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, ROMANIA) 
Testing tool for investigating young school students’ algorithmic thinking

Pálma Rozália Osztián 
(Sapientia University, Romania) 
Interactivity Effectiveness in the AlgoRythmics Universe

Ágnes Orsolya PállSzabo 
(BabesBolyai University, Romania) 
Coefficient estimates for new classes of biunivalent functions defined by Salagean integrodifferential operator

Szabolcs Pável 
(BabesBolyai University, Romania) 
Distortion Estimation Through Explicit Modeling of the Refractive Surface

Sándor Pecsora 
(University of Debrecen, Faculty of Informatics, Hungary) 
On the spectrum of noisy blownup matrices

Miklos Pinter 
(BME, Hungary) 
Objective ambiguity

Shariefuddin Pirzada 
(University of Kashmir, India) 
On Laplacian eigenvalues of graphs

Dan Popovici 
(West University of Timisoara, Romania) 
Decompositions for triples of commuting isometries

Adriana Popovici 
(West University of Timisoara, Romania) 
Extensions of Linear Cellular Automata

SimonaMaria Radu 
(BabesBolyai University, Romania) 
CSRickart Objects in Abelian Categories

Julia Salamon 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 
Correlated equilibriums of the games in fuzzy environment

Csanád Sándor 
(BabeșBolyai University, Romania) 
Compression of Convolutional Neural Networks by Filter Pruning

László Stachó 
(University of Szeged, Hungary) 

Csaba Szanto 
(UBB Cluj, Romania) 
Schofield sequences in the Euclidean case

Róbert Szász 
(Sapientia EMTE, Romania) 

Eszter Szatmari 
(BabesBolyai University, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Romania) 
Differential subordinations obtained by using generalized Salagean integrodifferential operator

Ferenc Szenkovits 
(BabeșBolyai University , Romania) 
The Jesuit astronomers Nicolaus Ianosi and Maximilian Hell in Cluj

István Szöllősi 
("BabesBolyai" University, Romania, Romania) 
Computer assisted proof of the tree module property for representations of Euclidean quivers

Iharka SzücsCsillik 
(Romanian Academy, Romania) 
Existence and stability of circular orbits in exponentialtype potentials

GabrielBogdan Trofin 
(Babes Bolyai University, Romania) 
An NLPparadigm for Retrieving Historical Documents from the Romanian Language

Csaba Varga 
(BabeșBolyai University, Romania, Romania) 
Multiple positive standing wave solutions for Schrödinger equations with oscillating statedependent potentials

Balázs Vass 
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary) 
Enumerating Regional Failures in Communication Networks

Géza Vekov 
(Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania) 

Rolland Vida 
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Magyarország) 
Smart Cities – what technology can bring, and what depends on us

László Viharos 
(University of Szeged, Hungary) 

Pedro Henrique Villar de Figueiredo 
(Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary) 
Generating Adaptive Distance Fields from Triangle Meshes

Viktoria Zsok 
(ELTE, H) 
Prototyping Distributed Systems
