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Közzétéve: 2011. január 20. csütörtök, 00:27
Nem igazán pontos, mert csak külső nyomás esetén kerül karbantartásra...
Sajnos most és talán örökké csak angolul...
An addition to this list is my page in the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
 20182019
 Visiting professor
at the Dept. of Geom. of
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics at
Budapest, Hungary.
 2017
 Dr. Habil. conferred from the University of Szeged.
 2016
 Member of group awarded support from the National Scientific
Research Foundation in Hungary for four years.
 2013
 Appointed to the Chair of Geometry
in Bolyai Institute for 5 years.
 2008
 Appointed to the Chair of Geometry
in Bolyai Institute for 5 years.
 2004
 Become the technical editor of the
Period. Math. Hungary for eight years.
 2003
 Appointed to the Chair of Geometry
in Bolyai Institute for 5 years.
 2000
 Become a member of the editorial board of the
Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged).
Appointed to the Chair of Geometry
in Bolyai Institute for 3 years.
 1996
 Awarded a three years support from the National Scientific
Research Foundation in Hungary.
 1995
 Visiting professor at host Prof. C. A. Berenstein
at the Dept. of Math. of
University of Maryland at
College Park, USA, with scholarship of the World Bank awarded
by Hungarian National Scientific Research Foundation.
Awarded a four years support from the Hungarian National
Scientific Research Foundation.
 199394
 Invited professor by host Prof. P. Kölzow
at the Math. Institute
of University of ErlangenNürnberg,
Germany, paid by the Math. Dept. of University of Erlangen.
Become an associate editor of the
Acta Sci. Math. (Szeged).
 1992
 Visiting professor at host Prof. S. Helgason
at the Dept. of Math. of
MIT in Cambridge, USA,
with scholarship
awarded by the Soros Foundation New York and supported by the MIT.
Awarded a three years support from the National Scientific
Research Foundation in Hungary.
 1991
 Ph.D. (``Candidate of Science'' in Hungary) in mathematics
conferred from the Hungarian Academy
of Sciences. Obtained permanent position as lecturer at
the Bolyai Institute
of then József Attila University,
now University of Szeged.
Become a charter member of the editorial stuff of the
Polygon,
a mathematical journal for teachers in Hungary.
 1990
 Awarded Grünwald Géza memorial prize in mathematics
from the Bolyai János Mathematical Society.
Completed Ph.D. thesis: `The Radon transform'.
 198790
 Ph.D. (``Candidate of Science'' in Hungary) studies and research at
Bolyai Institute of University of Szeged (József Attila University, Szeged at that time),
under the supervision of Prof. Z. I. Szabó,
the at MPI, Bonn, with scholarship awarded
by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Subjects of studies included differential
geometry, integral geometry, and geometry. Lectured and lead practice classes
on differential, projective and elementary geometry to 2nd, 3rd and 4th year
mathematics students. Passed Ph.D. examinations in differential geometry and geometry.
 198687
 Research on Radon transform and teaching at Bolyai Institute
of József Attila University, Szeged. Studied dynamical systems for a month
at I.C.T.P. with scholarship awarded by I.C.T.P., Italy.
Won the top prize of the Students' National Scientific Conference
held by the Bolyai János Mathematical Society of Hungary with the paper
`New Radon inversion formulas'.
 1986
 Graduated with first class honour from the Bolyai Institute
of University of Szeged (József Attila University, Szeged at that time), Hungary.
... and some old historical memories given because I found the links at the end ...
 198186
 Undergraduate student in mathematics at Bolyai Institute
of University of Szeged (József Attila University, Szeged at that time), Hungary.
Won several awards of Ministry of Education for undergraduate studies.
Diploma thesis in Radon transform theory under the supervision of
Prof. Z. I. Szabó, Bolyai Institute, Szeged.
 198081
 Compulsory military service. (A lost year...)
 197680
 High school student at the special mathematics faculty of Ságvári High School of the University of Szeged.
Successful participant of several competitions in physics and mathematics.
(This and
this are the proofs that are remembered by the web;
further, these show how nice is to be young... :))