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  1. 1. PERSONAL INFORMATION János Kurdics Hungary +3642599400-2342 fax +3642402485 +36303740194 Hungarian Academy of Sciences database Skype j_lurdics_hu Sex Male | Date of birth 1966 | Nationality Hungarian WORK EXPERIENCE EDUCATION AND TRAINING © European Union, 2002-2015 | Page 1 / 4 1999-present college professor University of Nyíregyháza, 31b Sostoi, H-4400 Nyíregyháza, Hungary, lecturing, research Business sector academia 1990-1999 lecturer, senior lecturer, assistant professor College of Nyíregyháza, 31b Sostoi, H-4400 Nyíregyháza, Hungary, lecturing, research Business sector academia 1989-1990 IT assistant SZOLIVÁLL, Debrecen, now defunct Business sector Services Software mintanance
  2. 2. PERSONAL SKILLS Curriculum vitae I finished high school in my hometown in 1984, was admitted to university, and graduated in 1989. Under supervision of Árpád Száz, doctor of math.sci.of Debrecen University, I defended my thesis Connected and well- chained relator spaces in 1992 for the degree of university doctor. Jenő Deák, candidate of math.sci., of Rényi Research Institute of Mathematics and György Szabó, candidate of math.sci., of Debrecen University were the opponents (certificate no 1288-IV59/1991). The main results include characterizations of those two notions in generalized uniform spaces. Due to the change in the scientific degree system, in 1993 Béla Bódi, university professor of Debrecen University, doctor of math.sci., established the subprogramme Group rings and applications in the new PhD school, to where I was admitted. After the successful final exam I defended ny thesis Lie properties of the group algebra and the structure of its group of units in 1997. Béla Csákány, doctor of math.sci. of Szeged University and és László Márki, doctor of math.sci. of Rényi Research Institute of Mathematics were the opponents. In this way I was awarded the degree Doctor of Philosophy (certificate no. 8/1997.PhD.) summa cum laude. The minister appointed me the title of college professor in 1999. The first years of the new millennium brought many changes in the higher education system, introducing the BSc-MSc degrees, and I was mainly concerned with teaching, I began group theoretical examinations on automorphisms of p-groups, joined Professor Czeslaw Baginski of Byalistok Technical University (Poland) in his work on the isomorphism problem, whom I have visited in Poland several times since 2012. I also have a collaboration with Tibor Juhász of Eszterházy University (Eger, Hungary) on properties of the unit group. I contributed talks at several international conferences. I am an editor of AMAP Nyiregyhasiensis, an ejournal at; of International eJournal of Engineering Mathematics: Theory and Application; International Journal on Fundamentals of Science and Engineering Research (IJFSER); an associate editor of Journal of Mechanics of Continua and Mathematical Sciences I am the member of the Commons of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the János von Neumann Society of Information Technology, and an Academic Member of ATINER, Athens I have been the reviewer of Zentralblatt (Karlsruhe) since 1996. I was the supervisor of more than 40 diploma works at BSc level. © European Union, 2002-2015 | Page 2 / 4 PhD (Mathematics) EQF Level 8 1993-1997 Debrecen University Hungary Dipl. Mathematician EQF Level 7 1984-1989 Debrecen University Hungary Matriculation EQF Level 4 1980-1984 Hajnóczy Grammar School Hungary Job-related skills Lectures: Algebra rudiments, Algebra I, Algebra II, Probability, Statistics, Numeric linear algebra, Discrete mathematics, Number theory I, Chapters from higher algebra, Algebra and number theory, Matematics for economics I, Matematics for economics II, Algebra and number theory Seminars: Basic IT, Latex, Matematics software I and II, Calculus I, Probability, Statistics, linear algebra, Numeric linear algebra, Special English, Discrete mathematics, Number theory I, Chapters from higher algebra, Algebra and number theory
  3. 3. © European Union, 2002-2015 | Page 3 / 4 Publications 1.Kurdics, J., A note on connection properties, Acta Math. Acad. Paed. Nyíregyháziensis 12 (1990), 57- 60. 2.Kurdics, J., Száz, Á., Connected relator spaces, Publ. Math. Debrecen 40 (1992), 155-164. Zbl 0792.54027 3.Kurdics, J., Mala, J., Száz, Á., Connectedness and well-chainedness properties of symmetric covering relators, P.U.M.A. Ser. B 2. (1991), 189-197. Zbl 0794.54032 4.Kurdics, J. , Száz, Á., Well-chained relator spaces, Kyungpook Math. J. 32 (1992), 263-271. Zbl 0794.54031 5. Kurdics, J., Száz, Á., Well-chainedness characterizations of connected relators, Math. Pannonica 4 (1993), 37-45. Zbl 0814.54021 6.Kurdics, J. On group algebras with metabelian unit groups, Periodica Math. Hung. 32 (1996), 57- 64. Zbl 0857.20001 7. Kurdics, J., Engel properties of group algebras I,, Publ. Math. Debrecen 49 (1996), 183-192. Zbl 0862.16018 8. Kurdics, J., Engel properties of group algebras II, J. Pure Applied Algebra 133 (1998), 179-196. Zbl 0947.16020 9. Kurdics, J. Properties of the unit group of a nonmodular group algebra, Acta Math. Acad. Paed. Nyíregyháziensis 14 (1998), 37-39. Zbl 0906.16015 10. Bódi, B., Kurdics, J., Lie properties of the group algebra and the nilpotency class of its group of units, J. Algebra 212 (1999), 28-64. Zbl 0936.16028 11. Kurdics, J., Diszkrét matematika, college textbook, Bessenyei Publisher, Nyíregyháza, 2006. 12. Kurdics, J., Algebrai alapismeretek, college textbook, Bessenyei Publisher, Nyíregyháza, 2006. 13. Kurdics, J., Algebra I, college textbook, Bessenyei Publisher, Nyíregyháza, 2007. 14. Kurdics, J., Algebra II, college textbook, Bessenyei Publisher, Nyíregyháza, 2008. 15. Kurdics, J., Statistics seminar, E-learning material, categoryid=60, 2008. 16. Kurdics, J.., Numerical linear algebra seminar, E-learning material,, 2008. 17. Kurdics, J. et al., LaTeX seminar, E-learning material, categoryid=60, 2009. 18. Kurdics, J., Statistics lecture, E-learning material, categoryid=60, 2010. 19. Kurdics, J., Numerical linear algebra lecture, E-learning material, 20. Kurdics, J., Automorphisms of a minimal nonabelian p-group with p odd I, Glasnik Mat. 46(2) (2011), 367-383. Zbl 1242.20029 21. Kurdics, J., Proof of Cantor's Continuum Hypothesis, Journal of Hyperstructures 1 (2) (2012), 16-23. Zbl 1294.03036 22. Kurdics, J.,Algebra. Part I., LAP Lambert Academic Publishing,Saarbr ucken (2014), pp. viii + 203, ISBN 978-3-659-62092-8, Zbl 06370129, 23. Baginski, Cz. and Kurdics, J., On the center of the modular group algebra of a finite p-group.,J. Algebra Appl. 13(4), ID 1350127 (2014), pp. 11, Zbl 1298.20003, 24. Kurdics, J., Automorphisms of a minimal nonabelian p-groups with p odd II, Transactions on Algebra and its Applications 1 (1), 1-9.(2015) 25. Kurdics, J., A Burnside-probléma egy évszázada, In: Ajtay-Horváth Magda [et al.] Kukla Krisztián (ed.) Az applikáció vonzerejében. 341 p. Nyíregyháza: Nyíregyházi Főiskola, 2015. pp. 331-339 (Acta Academiae Nyiregyhaziensis; 1.) (ISBN:978-615-5545-56-6) 26. Kurdics, J., Reviews, ca 300 pcs, Zentralblatt, s=0&c=100&q=kurdics, Karlsruhe, 1996-present