Gábor Péter Nagy is a full professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the head of the Algebra Department. Previously, he spent several years at German and Italian universities with research grants or as an invited lecturer. His main research field is non-associative algebra, computer algebra, coding theory, and mathematical cryptography. In the QINL project, he investigates the mathematical foundations of post-quantum cryptographic protocols and their computer implementations, specializing in McEliece type code-based crypto schemes.
On the dimension of the subfield subcodes of 1-point Hermitian codes,
S. El Khalfaoui, G.P. Nagy, Adv. Math. Commun. 15 (2021) 219–226.
Codes and gap sequences of Hermitian curves,
G. Korchmáros, G.P. Nagy, M. Timpanella, IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory. 66 (2020) 3547–3554.