Mátyás Koniorczyk received his PhD degree in 2003 under the supervision of József Janszky in the doctoral school of University of Szeged, in the framework of its subprogramme affiliated at University of Pécs. Initially he had been investigating the quantum information and quantum optical aspects of quantum teleportation. He spent two years in the group of Vladimír Bužek in Bratislava in the Research Centre of Quantum Information of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, as a research fellow of the CONQUEST Marie Curie network. Between 2005 and 2020 he was an instructor of University of Pécs, teaching subjects of theoretical physics, applied mathematics, and computer science. In 2012 he received a habilitation degree. Besides quantum information theory his research interest turned towards applied mathematics and operations research. His current research areas are nonclassical correlations and their game theoretic aspects, the application of quantum annealing in optimization problems, and the information theory of dynamical systems.
Koniorczyk, M; Bodor, A; Pintér, M: Ex ante versus ex post equilibria in classical Bayesian games with a nonlocal resource, PHYSICAL REVIEW A 101:6 Paper: 062115, 5 p. (2020)
Janaček, J; Kohani, M; Koniorczyk, M; Márton, P: Optimization of periodic crew schedules with application of column generation method, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART C-EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 83 pp. 165-178., 14 p. (2017)
B, Kollár; M, Koniorczyk: Entropy rate of message sources driven by quantum walks PHYSICAL REVIEW A 89:2 Paper: 022338 , 11 p. (2014)
Hiesmayr, BC; Koniorczyk, M; Narnhofer, H: Maximizing nearest-neighbor entanglement in finitely correlated qubit chains, PHYSICAL REVIEW A 73:3 Paper: 032310, 11 p. (2006)
Koniorczyk, M; Bužek, V; Janszky, J: Wigner-function description of quantum teleportation in arbitrary dimensions and a continuous limit, PHYSICAL REVIEW A 64:3 Paper: 034301 , 4 p. (2001)