CURRICULUM VITAE

SANDOR SZABO

BIOGRAPHICAL DATA        

Name:

Sandor Szabo

Place of birth:

Budapest, Hungary

Citizenship:

Hungarian

Languages:

Hungarian, English, Russian

Office address:

Department of Mathematical Analysis
Institute of Mathematics
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Egry József utca 1
Budapest, Hungary H-1111

Office telephone:

+36-1- 463 2324

Fax:

+36-1- 463 3172

Email:

sszabo@math.bme.hu (official)

bmesszabo@gmail.com 

Home page:

http://math.bme.hu/~sszabo (official)

https://sites.google.com/site/vesandorszabo 

EDUCATION

PROGRAMMING SKILLS

Maple  (Computer Algebra System)

HTML5,  CSS3,  Javascript (Processing.js, jQuery.js)

Google Office (Drive, Docs, Calendar, Presentation, Spreadsheet)

LaTeX 

KNOWLEDGE OF LANGUAGES

Hungarian: native

English: intermediate (upper)

Russian: basic (math text)

German: I learned one year when I was student.

EMPLOYMENT        

2000 -

Assistant Professor

Department of Mathematical Analysis,

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

1998 - 2000

Assistant Lecturer

Department of Mathematical Analysis,

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

1984 - 1989

Programmer
College of Finance and Accountancy, Budapest

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses for engineering, physics and mathematics students on linear algebra, one- and multivariable analysis, vector analysis, differential equations, numerical methods (using Matlab and Maple), measure theory, complex function theory, basic linear algebra and analysis in English for foreign students.

Topology (based on the book J. Munkres, Topology),  

Equations of Mathematical physics (based on the books A.F. Nikiforov and V.B. Uvarov, Special Functions of Mathematical Physics, and  R.K. Nagle, E.B. Saff and A.D. Snider, Fundamentals of Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems),

Maple in Applications (solutions of exercises from a problem book).

Lecture notes, web pages, blogs, Maple worksheets.

ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

Professional

Student

Aaron Biokanyo, 2008 - 2009, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, passed final Ph.D. exam.

ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES

Potential Theory, Summer School, Szeged, July 7 - 11, 2003

CONFERENCES

2011

Péter Vértesi is 70, Workshop, Budapest, Hungary

2008

Conference on Approximation Theory, Budapest, Hungary

2005

Constructive Function Theory, Varna, Bulgaria

2004

Functional Analysis and Approximation Theory, Maratea, Italy

2004

Summer School in Potential Theory, Kecskemét, Hungary

2003

Summer School in Potential Theory, Szeged, Hungary

2002

Constructive Function Theory, Varna, Bulgaria

2000

Workshop on Analysis, Budapest, Hungary

1999

Functions, Series, Operators, Alexits Memorial Conference, Budapest, Hungary

1996

Approximation and Optimization, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

1995

Approximation Theory and Function Series, Budapest, Hungary

RESEARCH

My fields of interest include approximation theory, special functions, differential equations, topology.

My recent research is about the solutions of the generalized hypergeometric differential equations.

Grants

2001-2004 Békésy György postdoctoral grant

2000-2003 OTKA (Hungarian), Methods of approximation theory and its applications

2000-2003 OTKA (Hungarian), Research in interpolation and approximation theory