



Research 
Universal Algebra, Lattice Theory, Complexity Theory, Logic and Combinatorics
Embedded Systems, Sensor Networks, Middleware Services and Localization
Lecture notes on the constraint satisfaction problem.
Some java applets for universal algebraic calculations
and my GitHub repository.
Also check out the universal algebra
calculator by R. Freese and E. Kiss.
List of open problems:
 Lattices and universal algebra, Szeged, 1998.
 Semigroups, algorithms and universal algebra, Louisville, 1998.
 Posets and universal algebra, Nashville, 2000.
 Universal algebra,
status of TCT problems, Budapest, 2001.
 Universal algebra, Novi Sad, 2003.
 Algebras, lattices and varieties, Colorado, 2004.
 Constraint satisfaction problem, Oxford, 2006.
 Constraint satisfaction problem, Toronto, 2011.
 Constraint satisfaction problem, Banff, 2014.
 Universal algebra, clones and algorithms, Nashville, 2015.

Collaborators 
Ralph McKenzie,
my graduate adviser at
Vanderbilt University.
Ágnes Szendrei,
my undergraduate adviser at the
University of Szeged.
Jaroslav Ježek
and Petar Marković,
whom I shared an apartment with.
Ákos Lédeczi,
who introduced me to
wireless sensor networks
research at ISIS.

Links 
Mathematics teaching,
Nice course handouts,
Theorem of the day
Problems of the Miklós Schweitzer Memorial Competition
Math links at Szeged,
Universal algebra links (Kearnes),
Online books (Wehrung)
Challenges: Euclid The Game,
The Incredible Proof Machine,
Elevator Saga
Other: Political quiz,
Richard Lipton's blog,
Physics applets,
Fluid dynamics,
Types project,
Olympiad training,
Open problems of CS,
What makes good teaching,
Proofs without words,
On education in Brazil
Best videos:
time,
motivation,
language,
police,
levitation,
procrastinating,
creativity,
persuasion,
education,
economics of sex,
millennials,
negotiation,
rules for rulers,
Banach–Tarski paradox,
linear algebra
Home page of Imre Maróti




The road to wisdom? — Well, it's plain
and simple to express:
Err
and err
and err again,
but less
and less
and less.
— Piet Hein


