## Faculty, research areas

István Ágoston associate professor | Ring theory, representation theory | |

Gabriella Ambrus | ||

Miklós Arató associate professor | ||

Ágnes Mariann Backhausz assistant professor | random graphs | |

András Benczur assistant professor | ||

Kristóf Bérczi assistant professor | combinatorial optimization, graph theory, approximation algorithms | |

Erika Bérczi-Kovács assistant professor | combinatorial optimization | |

Ádám Besenyei associate professor | differential equations, mathematical inequalities, history of mathemaitcs | |

Károly J. Böröczky part time full professor | convex and discrete geometry, Monge-Ampere differential equations | |

Zoltán Buczolich full professor | Real Analysis, Geometric measure Theory, Dynamical Systems, Ergodic Theory | |

Csaba Csapodi instructor | ||

Balázs Csikós associate professor | differential geometry, geometric inequalities | |

Péter Csikvári associate professor | Extremal and algebraic combinatorics | |

Villő Csiszár assistant professor | statistics on permutations and graphs, algebraic statistics, evolutionary game theory, Markov models | |

Petra Csomós assistant professor | numerical analysis, numerical solution of partial differential equations, convergence of innovative integrators, operator semigroup theory | |

Endre Daróczy-Kiss departmental engineer | ||

Márton Elekes full professor | ||

István Faragó professor emeritus | numerical analysis, numerical linear algebra, differential equations, mathematical modelling | |

László Fehér associate professor | topology, enumerative geometry | |

Imre Fekete assistant professor | Numerical analysis, stability, SSP, RK, LMMs | |

Péter Ernő Frenkel associate professor | graph limits, quantum information theory | |

Katalin Fried associate professor | ||

Margit Gémes instructor/master assistant | ||

Balázs Gerencsér assistant professor | markov chains, factor of iid processes | |

Katalin Gosztonyi assistant professor | mathematics education, teaching by guided discovery, series of problems, teaching combinatorics and probability, history of 20th century Hungarian mathematics education, links between teaching and history of mathematics | |

Vince Grolmusz full professor | bioinformatics, combinatorics | |

Katalin Gyarmati associate professor | ||

Zoltán Halasi assistant professor | Group Theory | |

Ágnes Havasi assistant professor | ||

Norbert Hegyvári professor | Additive Combinatorics, Combinatorial Number Theory | |

Ferenc Izsák associate professor | numerical solution of PDE | |

Tibor Jordán full professor | ||

Alpár Jüttner assistant professor | ||

János Karátson full professor | numerical functional analysis, preconditioned iterative solution of elliptic problems, discrete maximum principles | |

Gyula Károlyi full professor | ||

Tamás Keleti full professor | geometric measure theory | |

Gábor Kertész assistant professor | discrete and combinatorial geometry | |

Tamás Király associate professor | Combinatorial optimization | |

Zoltán Király associate professor | Discrete Math, Theory of Algorithms | |

Tamás Kis assosiate professor | Scheduling Theory, discrete optimization, approximation algorithms | |

Emil Kiss full professor | General algebras, tame congruence theory | |

György Kiss associate professor | finite geometry | |

Péter Komjáth full professor | set theory, infinitary combinatorics | |

József Korándi assistant professor | ||

Balázs Koren assistant | ||

Miklós Kornyik assistant professor | random matrices and orthogonal polynomials | |

Géza Kós assistant professor | mathematics | |

Ágnes Kovács assistant | competing risks Weibull model in reliability theory | |

Dávid Kunszenti-Kovács | ||

Gyula Lakos assistant professor | geometric analysis | |

Takáts Marcella Lőrinczné assistant | ||

András Lukács assistant professor | artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, graph theory | |

Gergely Mádi-Nagy assistant professor | ||

László Márkus associate professor | Stochastic finance, Time series, Spatial statisitics, Design of experiments | |

György Michaletzky professor emeritus | ||

Gábor Moussong assistant professor | geometric topology, geometric group theory, hyperbolic geometry | |

Zoltán Nagy assistant professor | Extremal combinatorics, Algebraic methods | |

Márton Naszódi associate professor | discrete and convex geometry; computational problems | |

András Némethi part time full professor | ||

Péter Pál Pálfy full professor | group theory, universal algebra | |

Dömötör Pálvölgyi assistant professor | Combinatorial Geometry | |

Tamás Pfeil assistant professor | Analysis | |

Vilmos Prokaj associate professor | probabilty, stochastic processes | |

Zoltán Sebestyén emeritus professor | ||

István Sigray instructor/master assistant | ||

Eszter Sikolya assistant professor | ||

Péter Simon full professor | differential equations, network processes | |

Gábor Somlai assistant prof | Group Theory | |

Csaba Szabó full professor | didactics of mathematics: the theory and the psychology of learnig mathematics | |

Dávid Szeghy assistant professor | semi-Riemannian geometry, general relativity theory | |

Péter Sziklai full professor | ||

Róbert Szőke associate professor | Several complex variables | |

Tamás Szőnyi full professor | finite geometries, symmetric structures, codes | |

Zsigmond Tarcsay assistant professor | functional analysis, operator theory | |

Tamás Terpai assistant professor | algebraic and differential topology, singularity theory, topological methods in combinatorics, graph limits | |

Árpád Tóth associate professor | ||

Judit Török assistant professor | ||

Éva Valkó assistant/researcher | ||

Ödön Vancsó associate professor | Didactics of Mathematics, Stochastics, History of Mathematics Education, Complex Mathematics Education | |

László Varga | ||

László Verhóczki associate professor | differential geometry | |

Viktória Villányi assistant professor | ||

Gergely Wintsche assistant professor | teaching of matrhematics, teaching tools-textbooks, teaching of probability theory and statistics,. discrete geometry | |

Gergely Zábrádi associate professor | algebraic number theory, p-adic Langlands programme, Iwasawa theory | |

András Zempléni associate professor | extreme-value models, resampling, industrial statistics |