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MSc in Mathematics: Personal data



Name: István Ágoston

Date of birth: 1959

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, associate professor

Scientific degree (discipline): CSc (mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships: Széchenyi professor's scholarship (2000–2003)

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1984– ):

algebra (for students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

algebra and number theory (for students in teaching mathematics; lecture, practice)

linear algebra (for students in informatics; lecture, practice)

analysis (for students in teaching mathematics; lecture, practice)

ring theory, homological algebra, Lie algebras, representation theory (for students in mathematics; lecture)

Carleton University, Ottawa (1986–1991, 1996, 2002, 2004)

linear algebra (general audience; lecture, practice)

calculus, analysis, complex functions, combinatorics, abstract algebra, numerical analysis, linear programming, matheatical logic, formal languages and automata theory (general audience and honours students in mathematics; practice)

University of Ottawa(2002)

group theory (students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

BSM (1997, 1998)

basic algebra (students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

group representations (students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

Other professional activity:

25 years of teaching experience, 3 diploma thesis supervisions, 1 Ph.D. thesis supervision

20 papers with over 100 citations

over 25 lectures at international conferences and seminars

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. Ágoston, I., Dlab, V., Lukács, E.: Quasi-hereditary extension algebras, Algebras and Representation theory 6 (2003), 97–117.

2. Ágoston, I., Dlab, V., Lukács, E.: Standardly stratified extension algebras, Comm. Alg. 33 (2005), 1357–1368.

3. Ágoston, I., Dlab, V., Lukács, E.:: Approximations of algebras by standardly stratified algebras, Journal of Algebra 319 (2008), 4177–4198.

The five most important publications:

1. Ágoston, I., Dlab, V., Lukács, E.: Homological duality and quasi-heredity, Canadian Journal of Mathematics 48 (1996), 897–917.

2. Ágoston, I., Lukács, E., Ringel, C.M.: Realizations of Frobenius functions, Journal of Algebra 210 (1998), 419–439.

3. Ágoston, I., Happel, D., Lukács E., Unger, L.: Finitistic dimension of standardly stratified algebras, Comm. Alg., 28(6) (2000) 2745–2752.

4. Ágoston, I., Happel, D., Lukács E., Unger, L.: Standardly stratified algebras and tilting, J. of Algebra, 226 (2000) 144–160.

5. Ágoston, I., Dlab, V., Lukács, E.: Quasi-hereditary extension algebras, Algebras and Representation theory 6 (2003), 97–117.

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

Periodica Mathematica Hungarica (managing editor, 1994–1997)

organizer of international conferences in algebra (1992, 1996, 1999, 2001);

leader of German–Hungarian cooperation projects (1998–1999, 2001–2003)

member of the granting committee of the Hungarian NSRF (OTKA), 2000–2002

local coordinator of a CEEPUS project (2003–2005)

leader of a Canadian–Hungarian cooperation project (2004–2006)

OTKA project leader (2007–2011)

long term visits in Canada (altogether 26 months), Germany (2,5 months)

coauthors from Canada, Germany and Japan

Name: Miklós Arató

Date of birth: 1962

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, associate professor

Scientific degree (discipline): CSc (mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships:

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1985– ):

probability theory (for students in applied mathematics, informatics; lecture, practice)

probability theory (for students in mathematics; practice)

statistics (for students in informatics; lecture, practice)

statistics (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics; practice)

multivariate statistics (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics; lecture, practice)

premium calculation (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics; lecture, practice)

financial processes (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics; lecture, practice)

risk processes (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics; lecture, practice)

Other professional activity:

23 years of teaching experience, 22 diploma thesis supervisions, 1 Ph.D. thesis supervisions;

over 15 lectures at international conferences;

19 publications;

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. N.M. Arató, D. Bozsó, P. Elek and A. Zempléni: Forecasting and Simulating Mortality Tables, Mathematical and Computer Modelling (2008)

2. T. Faluközy, I. I. Vitéz and N. M. Arató: Stochastic models for claims reserving in insurance business, RECENT ADVANCES IN STOCHASTIC MODELING AND DATA ANALYSIS (2007)

3. Miklós Arató: Will there be annuities from voluntary pension funds?, Economic Review (2006)

4. Miklós Arató: Who shall we bow out of the pension funds?, Economic Review (2006)

5. N. M. Arató, I. L. Dryden and C. C. Taylor: Hierarchical Bayesian modelling of spatial age-dependent mortality, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2006)

The five most important publications:

1. N.M. Arató: On a limit theorem for generalized Gaussian random fields corresponding to stochastic partial differential equations, Probability Theory and Applic. (1989)

2. N.M. Arató: Equivalence of Gaussian measures corresponding to generalized Gaussian random fields, Appl. Math. Lett. (1989)

3. N.M. Arató: The estimate of potential in stochastic Schrödinger's equation, Computers Math. Applic. (1995)

4. N.M. Arató: Mean estimation of Brownian and Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Sheets, Probability Theory and Applic. (1997)

5. N.M. Arató: On the estimation of the mean value of Levy's Brownian motion, Probability Theory and Applic. (1998)

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

president of the Hungarian Actuarial Society, 2003-2007;

member of the Board of the Hungarian Actuarial Society, 1995-;

member of the International Bernoully Society, 1990–;

Name: András Bátkai

Date of birth: 1972

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, assistant professor

Scientific degree (discipline): PhD (mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships: Bolyai scholarship (2004–2007)

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (2000– ):

analysis (for students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

calculus (for students in biology; practice)

special corses for PhD students

Other professional activity:

Over 10 years of teaching experience, 5 diploma thesis supervisions;

over 20 lectures at international conferences;

Three organized conferences

17 research articles and one monograph;

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. A.B., Schnaubelt, R., Asymptotic behaviour of parabolic problems with delays in the highest order derivatives, Semigroup Forum

69

(2004), 369-399.

2. A.B., K.J. Engel, "Abstract wave equations with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions", J. Diff. Eqs.

207

(2004), 1-20.

3. Spectral problems for operator matrices (with P. Binding, A. Dijksma, R. Hryniv and H. Langer), Math. Nachr.

278

(2005), 1408-1429.

4. Polynomial stability of operator semigroups (with K.J. Engel, J. Prüss and R. Schnaubelt), Math. Nachr.

279

(2006), 1425-1440.

5. Cosine families generated by second order differential operators on W1,1(0,1) with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions (with K.J. Engel and M. Haase), Applicable Analysis

84

(2005), 867-876.

The five most important publications:

1. Semigroups for delay equations (with S. Piazzera), monograph, A. K. Peters: Wellesley MA, Research Notes in Mathematics vol. 10, 

ISBN

: 1-56881-243-4, 2005.

2. Bátkai, A., Piazzera, S., „Semigroups and linear partial differential equations with delay”, J. Math. Anal. Appl.

64

(2001), 1-20.

3. Bátkai, A., Fasanga, E., Shvidkoy, R., „Hyperbolicity of delay equations via Fourier multipliers”, Acta Sci. Math (Szeged)

69

(2003), 131-145.

4. Bátkai, A., „Hyperbolicity of linear partial differential equations with delay”, Integral Eq. Oper. Th.

44

(2002), 383-396.

5. Bátkai, A., Piazzera, S., „A semigroup method for delay equations with relatively bounded operators in the delay term”, Semigroup Forum

64

(2002), 71-89.

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships in Vienna and Rome;

„Farkas Gyula” and „Alexits György” prize;

coauthors from Germany, Italy, USA, France;

Alexander von Humboldt fellowship;

Name: András A. Benczúr

Date of birth: 1969

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, assistant professor (part time) and

Computer and Automation Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (full time)

Scientific degree (discipline): PhD (applied mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships:

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1997– ):

Theory of algorithms, in English and in Hungarian;

Advanced algorithms for Data Mining, Data Streams and the World Wide Web, graduate courses.

Central European University:

Statistics, in English

Other professional activity:

Over 10 years of teaching experience, over 15 lectures at international conferences

Project coordinator in a number of R&D project concerning text mining, personalization and similarity search technologies, network data mining, approximate counting of very large data streams, efficient algorithms for massive data

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. To Randomize or Not To Randomize: Space Optimal Summaries for Hyperlink Analysis. In Proc. of 15th WWW Conference, 2006. (Joint with T. Sarlós, K. Csalogány, D. Fogaras and B. Rácz.)

2 SpamRank: Fully automatic link spam detection, Proc. Airweb 2005. (Joint with Károly Csalogány, Tamás Sarlós and Máté Uher), to appear in Information Retrieval.

3. Primal-dual approach for directed vertex connectivity augmentation and generalizations
Proc 16th ACM-SIAM Symp. on Discrete Algorithms, pp. 500-509, 2005. (Joint with László A.Végh). Transactions on Algorithms, to appear.

4. A. A. Benczúr, K. Csalogány, T. Sarlós: Similarity Search to Fight Web Spam. In Proc. Airweb 2006 in conjunction with SIGIR 2006.

The five most important publications:

1. To Randomize or Not To Randomize: Space Optimal Summaries for Hyperlink Analysis. In Proc. of 15th WWW Conference, 2006. (Joint with T. Sarlós, K. Csalogány, D. Fogaras and B. Rácz.)

2 SpamRank: Fully automatic link spam detection, Proc. Airweb 2005. (Joint with Károly Csalogány, Tamás Sarlós and Máté Uher), to appear in Information Retrieval.

3. Primal-dual approach for directed vertex connectivity augmentation and generalizations
Proc 16th ACM-SIAM Symp. on Discrete Algorithms, pp. 500-509, 2005. (Joint with László A.Végh). Transactions on Algorithms, to appear.

4. A. A. Benczúr, K. Csalogány, T. Sarlós: Similarity Search to Fight Web Spam. In Proc. Airweb 2006 in conjunction with SIGIR 2006.

5. Approximating s-t minimum cuts in O(n2) time, J. Alg 37(1): 2-36, 2000. (Joint with David R. Karger)

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

Name: Károly Bezdek

Date of birth: 1955

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, professor

Scientific degree (discipline): Doctor of Science (mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships: Széchenyi scholarship (1998–2001)

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1978– ):

Geometry (all levels), various topics in convex and discrete geometry (for students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

University of Calgary (2004–)

Transformation Geometry, Differential Geometry, Geometry, Discrete Geometry, Convex Polytopes, Convexity, Analytic Convexity – Higher Dimensions

Other professional activity:

30 years of teaching experience, 10 diploma thesis supervisions, 4 Ph.D. thesis supervisions;

over 20 lectures at international conferences;

97 publications;

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. Bezdek, K., Lángi, Zs., Naszódi, M., and Papez, P.: Ball-Polyhedra, Discrete Comput.

Geom. 38(2) (2007), 201-230.

2. Bezdek, K., and Litvak, A.: On the vertex index of convex bodies, Advances in

Mathematics 215(2) (2007), 626-641.

3. Bezdek, K., Naszódi, M., and Oliveros-Braniff, D.: Antipodality in hyperbolic space,

Journal of Geometry, 85 (2006), 22-31.

4. Bezdek, K.: On the monotonicity of the volume of hyperbolic convex polyhedra, Beiträge

zur Algebra und Geometrie. Contributions to Algebra and Geometry 46(2) (2005), 609-

614.

5. Bezdek, K., and Daróczy-Kiss, E.: Finding the best face on a Voronoi polyhedron – the

strong dodecahedral conjecture revisited, Monatshefte für Mathematik, 145 (2005), 191-

206.

The five most important publications:

1. Bezdek, K.: Circle-packings into convex domains of the Euclidean and hyperbolic plane
and the sphere, Geometriae Dedicata, 21 (1986), 249-255.

2. Bezdek, K., and Connelly, R.: Covering curves by translates of a convex set, Amer. Math.
Monthly 96/9 (1989), 789-806.

3. Bezdek, K.: The problem of illumination of the boundary of a convex body by affine
subspaces, Mathematika 38 (1991), 362-375.

4. Bezdek, K.: Improving Rogers’ upper bound for the density of unit ball packings via
estimating the surface area of Voronoi cells from below in Euclidean d−space for
all d ≥ 8, Discrete Comput. Geom. 28 (2002), 75-106.

5. Bezdek, K., and Connelly, R.: Pushing disks apart - the Kneser-Poulsen conjecture
in the plane, J. reine angew. Math. 553 (2002), 221-236.

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

Editor in chief of the journal Contribution to Discrete Mathematics, 2006– ;

Organizer of several international conferences;

Coauthors from USA, Canada, England, Germany, Mexico;

Invited speaker at international conferences and workshops more than 100 times;

Visiting professor at

– Cornell University, New York, USA;

– University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA;

– University of Calgary, Calgary, Kanada .

Name: Károly Böröczky, Jr.

Date of birth: 1964

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in mathematics

Present employer, position: Rényi Institute, Eötvös University, associate professor

Scientific degree (discipline): Doctor of Science (mathematics)

Major Hungarian scholarships: Széchenyi scholarship (1998–2001), Bolyai Scholarship (2001-2004, 2005-2008)

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1994– ):

Geometry (for students in mathematics; lecture, practice)

BSM (1994– ):

Complex functions, Algebraic Topology, Topics in Analysis (lecture, practice)

Other professional activity:

1 diploma thesis supervisions, 1 Ph.D. thesis supervision;

over 20 lectures at international conferences;

60 publications;

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Finite packing and covering, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

2. K. Böröczky, Jr.: The stability of the Rogers-Shepard inequality, Adv. Math.,

190 (2005), 47-76.

3. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Finite packing and covering by congruent convex domains. Disc. Comp. Geom., 30 (2003), 185-193.

4. K. Böröczky, Jr., M. Reitzner: Approximation of Smooth Convex Bodies by Random Circumscribed Polytopes. Annals of Applied Prob., 14 (2004), 239-273.

5. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Finite coverings in the hyperbolic plane.

Discrete and Computational Geometry, 33 (2005), 165-180.

The five most important publications:

1. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Finite packing and covering, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

2. K. Böröczky, Jr.: The stability of the Rogers-Shepard inequality, Adv. Math.,
190 (2005), 47-76.

3. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Approximation of general smooth convex bodies. Adv. Math.,
153 (2000), 325-341.

4. K. Böröczky, Jr.: Finite coverings in the hyperbolic plane. Discrete and Computational

Geometry, 33 (2005), 165-180.

5. K. Böröczky, Jr.: About four-ball packings, Mathematika, 40 (1993), 226-232.

Activity in the scientific community, international relations

organizer of seven international conferences;

visiting professor at universities in Germany, England, USA;

coordinator of various Hungarian and EU grants

Name: Zoltán Buczolich

Date of birth: 1961

Highest degree (discipline): diploma in Mathematics

Present employer, position: Eötvös University, associate professor

Scientific degree (discipline): D. Sc. (mathematics), + habilitation at the Eötvös University

Major Hungarian scholarships: Széchenyi Professor scholarship (1997–2001),

Öveges Professor scholarship (2006-2007)

Teaching activity (with list of courses taught so far):

Eötvös University (1985– ):

analysis (8 different couses for students in mathematics education + B. Sc. Medium level mathematics; lecture, practice)

Discrete Dynamical systems (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics, graduate school; lecture)

Chapters in Dynamical Systems (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics, graduate school; lecture)

Ergodic Theory (for students in mathematics, applied mathematics, graduate school; lecture)

Complex Funcions (for students in Mathematics, practice)

Budepest Semesters in mathematics (1990–96 ):

Complex Functions (lecture, practice)

University of California Davis, (1989-1990): Calculus, Differential Equations, Harmonic Analysis.

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1994): Calculus and Introduction to Fractal Geometry.

Michigan State University, (2001-2002): Calculus, Analysis, Honors Analysis.

University of North Texas, (2003): Business Calculus.

Other professional activity:

23 years of continuous teaching experience, 13 diploma thesis supervisions, 2 student research paper supervisions, over 50 lectures at international conferences; over 30 lectures at departmental seminars of foreign universities, 72 publications;

Up to 5 selected publications from the past 5 years:

1. Z. Buczolich and C. E. Weil, Infinite Peano Derivatives, extensions, and the Baire one property, Atti Semin. Mat. Fis. Univ. Modena Reggio Emilia (2004), no. 1, 117--149 (2005).

2. I. Assani, Z. Buczolich and D. Mauldin, An L^1 Counting problem in Ergodic Theory, J. Anal. Math. {\bf 95} (2005), 221--241.

3. Z. Buczolich and U. B. Darji, Pseudoarcs, Pseudocircles, Lakes of Wada and Generic Maps on S^2, Topology Appl. 150 (2005), no. 1-3, 223--254.

4. Z. Buczolich, Solution to the gradient problem of C. E. Weil, Rev. Mat. Iberoamericana, 21 (2005) No. 3., 889-910.

5. Z. Buczolich, Universally L^1 good sequences with gaps tending to infinity, Acta Math. Hungar., 117 (1-2) (2007), 91-40.

The five most important publications:

[1] Z. Buczolich, A general Riemann complete integral in the plane, Acta Math. Hungar. 2010-07-19 18:44 Читать похожую статью
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