CURRICULUM VITAE





PERSONAL DATA
 
NAME: István Maros
BIRTH DATE:
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Department of Computer Science and Systems Technology
University of Pannonia
Egyetem u. 10
Veszprem
H-8200
Hungary
PHONE NUMBER: (36)-88-624-483
FAX NUMBER:  (36)-88-428-275
E-MAIL: maros@dcs.uni-pannon.hu

 

DEGREES:

Diploma: MSc in Mathematics from Eotvos Lorand University of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
C.Sc. in Mathematics (Operations Research) from Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Dr. Univ. from Eotvos Lorand University of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
D.Sc. in Mathematics (Operations Research) from Hungarian Academy of Sciences

FIELDS OF RESEARCH COMPETENCE

Operations Research (OR), decision modeling

Linear and nonlinear programming
Computational methods of optimization
Implementation technology of optimization software
Parallel optimization
Applications of OR

AWARDS:

Farkas Prize from Bolyai Mathematical Society, Hungary, 1976.
Kalmar Laszlo Prize from John von Neumann Computer Society, Hungary, 1989.
Best project in computing (co-leader), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1980.

EXPERIENCE:

Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, Hungary, 2006 - present.
Professor, Department of Computing, Imperial College, London, U.K., 1996 - 2006.
Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics, Brunel University of West London, U.K., 1993 - 1996.
Professor, RUTCOR (Rutgers Center for Operations Research), Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, 1991 - 1992.
Head of Division of Applied Mathematics, Computer and Automation Research Institute (SZTAKI), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1985 - 1990.
Head of Department of Operations Research, Research Institute for Computer Applications, Budapest, 1975 - 1985.
Head of Department of Mathematics at the Computer Center of the Institute of Industrial Engineering, Ministry of Heavy Industry, Budapest, Hungary, 1968 - 1975.
Research Fellow at the General Management for Road Transport, Budapest, Hungary 1964 - 1968.

 
PUBLICATIONS: 53
PRESENTATION AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES: 49
INVITED RESEARCH SEMINARS: 21
CITATIONS: 193
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS: 21

EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES

2003- One of four founding Editors of Journal of Computational Management Science, a journal with Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.
1994 - 2001 Member of the Editorial Board, European Journal of Operational Research, North Holland.
1998- Member of the Editorial Board, Advances in Computational Management Science, Book series of Kluwer Academic Publishers.
1993- Associate Editor of Computational Optimization and Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
1985- Member of the Editorial Board, Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok (Journal of Applied Mathematics), Publishing House of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1993 - 2001 Guest co-editor of four volumes (43, 58, 81, 99) of Annals of Operations Research, Baltzer Science Publishers and Kluwer.
1993 Editor of a feature issue of European Journal of Operational Research on Nonlinear Programming, 65, No. 3, North Holland.

SUPERVISION OF RESEARCH PROJECTS: 17

MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Advancement of simplex based linear programming, in particular novel versions of the dual simplex.
Research monograph "Computational Techniques of the Simplex Method".
Chief architect of 12 simplex based optimization systems.
Founding Co-Editor of Computational Management Science.
Algorithm for automatic evaluation of electrocardiograms.

HONORS

Conference Chair of Applied Mathematical Programming and Modeling conference, Budapest, 1993.
Conference Chair of the Xth, IXth, and VIIIth International Mathematical Programming Conferences, Galyateto, Visegrad, and Matrafured, Hungary, 1990, 1988, 1986, resp.
Conference Chair of three Hungarian Operations Research Conferences, 1985, 1982, 1979.
Senior Visiting Fellow at Systems Analysis Laboratory of Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, Finland, October 2003.
Senior Visiting Fellow at Rutgers Center of Operations Research, Rutgers University, USA, July 1990.
DAAD Research Fellowship, Braunschweig, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Germany, 3 months in 1990.
Research Fellow at Department of Computer Science, University of Technology, Eindhoven, host J.F. Benders, 1982 - 1983.
Committee of Scientific Qualification in Mathematics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Member, 1987 - 1994.
Operations Research Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Secretary 19851991), 1985 - 1996.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), Member, 1998 - present.
The Mathematical Programming Society (MPS), Member, 1981 - present.
Hungarian Operations Research Society, Founding Member, 1991 - present.
John von Neumann Society for Computing (Chairman of Operations Research Committee, 19851991), Budapest, Hungary, 1976 - present.
Bolyai Janos Mathematical Society, Budapest, Hungary, Member, 1969 - present.

BIOGRAPHICAL LISTING

Marquis Whos Who in the World, 12th and 13th Editions.
Dictionary of International Biography, 24th Edition.


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