### BSc and MSc Theses supervised (mostly in Hungarian)

#### MSc

Ágnes BODÓ (MSc in Applied Mathematics, 2015):

*Analysis of oscillations in network processes* (in Hungarian)

Fanni SÉLLEY (MSc in Mathematics, 2014):

*Receding horizon control of an SIS Epidemic: optimality and asymptotic stability* (in English)

#### BSc

Borbála NEOGRÁDY-KISS (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2015):

*Adventures around the Intermediate Value Theorem* (in Hungarian)

Tímea SZABÓ (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2015):

*The logaritmic mean* (in Hungarian)

Dániel CSÁSZÁR (BSc in Applied Mathematics, 2014):

*Mean value theorems in mathematical analysis* (in Hungarian)

Krisztina KŐHALMI (BSc in Mathematics Education), 2014):

*Inequalities in contest problems* (in Hungarian)

Manuéla HORVÁTH (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2014):

*Taxicabs, distances and metric spaces* (in Hungarian)

Dániel PRESSING (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2014):

*Some interesting sums* (in Hungarian)

Júlia SIMON (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2014):

*Let's think with the help of Physics!* (in Hungarian)

Ágnes BODÓ (BSc Mathematics Education, 2012):

*Existence theorems in the theory of differential equations* (in Hungarian)

Anita CSUKA (BSc Mathematical Analyst, 2012):

*The number e* (in Hungarian)

Réka GONDOS (BSc in Applied Mathematics, 2012):

*Differential equations in everyday life* (in Hungarian)

Réka PALOTAY (BSc Mathematical Analyst, 2012):

*Differetial equations and their applications* (in Hungarian)

Attila JOÓ (BSc in Applied Mathematics, 2011):

*Riemann's rearrangement theorem in higher dimensions* (in Hungarian)

Mónika JÓZSA (BSc in Applied Mathematics, 2011):

Means, recurrences and their applications (in Hungarian)

Ilona BÉCSI (BSc Mathematical Analyst, 2010):

*The history of π* (in Hungarian)

Dorottya FÓRIZS (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2010):

Extremal value problems in high school (in Hungarian)

Anikó LUKÁCS (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2010):

*The history of mathematical analysis in the 17–18th century* (in Hungarian)

Anikó MOLNÁR (BSc in Mathematics Education, 2010):

*Famous inequalities* (in Hungarian)