Personal data

Name: Ádám BESENYEI
Place of birth: Tatabánya, Hungary
Date of birth: July 18, 1982.

Education

1994–2000 Árpád High School, Tatabánya
2000–2005 MSc in Applied Mathematics
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Thesis: On systems of nonlinear functional differential equations (in Hungarian)
Supervisor: László SIMON
2005–2008 PhD student
Doctoral School of Mathematics and Computer Science
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Supervisor: László SIMON

Scientific degree

2009 PhD in Applied Mathematics
Thesis: On nonlinear systems containing nonlocal terms (in English)
Supervisor: László SIMON
2015 Habilitation (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
Title of thesis: Means of numbers and matrices and their inequalities

Positions

2008–2010 teaching assistant
Department of Applied Analysis and Computational Mathematics
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
2010– assistant professor
Department of Applied Analysis and Computational Mathematics
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
2014–2016 assistant research fellow
MTA-ELTE Numerical Analysis and Large Networks Research Group

Prize

2011 Grünwald Géza medal (János Bolyai Mathematical Society)

Languages

Hungariannative
Englishintermediate, active
Frenchintermediate, active
German intermediate, passive, nowadays only reads

Teaching experience

Practices from 2004 courses in Calculus, Analysis, Differential Equations for students of Biology, Physics and Mathematics
Lectures Differential equations (BSc in Geology, 2010–)
Analysis 1–2 (BSc in Mathematics, 2011–2012)
Analysis 3–4 (BSc in Mathematics, 2012–2013)
Analysis I–II (BSc in Mathematics, 2013–2014)
Partial differential equations (BSc in Mathematics, 2013–)
Introduction to analysis (BSc in Teaching of Mathematics, 2014–)

Supervising

2011– 17 BSc and 2 MSc students

Conference talks and posters

2016 Conference on Inequalities and Applications, Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary
2015 10th Colloquium on the Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations, Szeged, Hungary
2014 Young Functional Analysts' Meeting, Debrecen, Hungary
2014 Szeged Dynamics Days, Szeged, Hungary (with poster)
2012 History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Sárospatak, Hungary
2010 Symposium in Honour of László Simon, Budapest, Hungary
2009 Equadiff 12, Brno, Czech Republic
2008 7th AIMS International Conference on Dyn. Systems, Diff. Equations and Applications, Arlington, Texas, USA
2007 8th Colloquium on the Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations, Szeged, Hungary

Other scientific talks

2016 Annual Meeting of Math Teachers, Óbudai Árpád Highschool, Budapest
2016 ``Math Teachers' Club'' at Eötvös University, Eötvös University, Budapest
2015 IV. Eötvös Natural Sciences Summer School, Eötvös Collegium, Budapest
2014 ELTE Carpathian Basin Hungarian Summer School, Budapest, Hungary

Summer schools, workshops

2008 Encounters between Discrete and Continuous Mathematics, Blaubeuren, Germany
2007 Summer School “Topics in Nonlinear PDEs”, Coimbra, Portugal
2006 5th European-Maghrebian Workshop on Semigroup Theory, Evolution Equations, and Applications, Hammamet, Tunisia
2004 18th ECMI Modelling Week, Lappeenranta, Finland

Scientific visits

2010– several short visits at the Institute of Mathematics of the University of Strasbourg
2010 January short visit at the Applied Research Group of the University of Heidelberg
2008 Summer visit at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Texas at Dallas az Egyesült Államokban
2007 Autumn studies at the Institute of Mathematics of the University of Strasbourg in the framework of Erasmus scholarship

Grants

2016–2019 OTKA K115926 participant (Dynamics on networks, partial differential equations and their applications, leading researcher: Péter SIMON)
2012–2016 OTKA K105206, participant (Matrices and their applications, leading researcher: Dénes PETZ)
2010–2012 TÁMOP-4.2.1/B-09/1/KMR project, participant (Mathematical methods in the research of large networks, leading researcher: István FARAGÓ)
2010–2015 OTKA K81403, participant (Partial differential equations, complex networks and their applications, leading researcher: Péter SIMON)
2006–2009 OTKA T049819, participant (Qualitative theory of partial and functional differential equations, leading researcher: László SIMON)

Other activities

2016. March member of the jury of the Hungarian math contest ``Nemzetközi Magyar Matematikaverseny''
2009– member of the organizing comittee of the Hungarian Math Contest ``Arany Dániel''