Curriculum Vitae


András Némethi

Professor
Rényi Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and
University of Budapest (ELTE), Department of Mathematics (Geometry)

Address:
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Reáltanoda utca 13-15, H-1053, Budapest, Hungary
Mailing address: POB 127, H-1364 Budapest, Hungary

E-mail: nemethi.andras@renyi.mta.hu

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Educational History

BS. - University of Bucharest, Romania (1983)
MS. - University of Bucharest, Romania (1984)
Doctor in Mathematics - Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania (1990)
PhD. - The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA (1991)
ScD. - Doctor of Sciences Degree, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2001)
Habilitation - Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary (2008).

Professional Experiences

National Institute for Science and Technical Research, Bucharest, Romania (Researcher: 1985-1990)
The Ohio State Univerity, Columbus, OH (Instructor: 1991-1995; Assistant Professor: 1995-1998;
Associate Professor: 1998-2002; Professor: 2002-2007; )
Rényi Math. Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary (1999-2001 and 2004- )
University of Budapest (ELTE), Hungary (2008- )

Research Areas

Singularity theory, algebraic geometry and algebraic topology

Editor of the journals

Proceedings, Journal and the Bulletin of the London Math. Soc.
Journal of Singularities,
Periodica Mathematica Hungarica,
Studia Scientiarum Math. Hungarica and
Studia Univ. Babes-Bolyai, Math.

Visiting Positions

Math. Inst. of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary (March 1990-May 1990)
University of Utrecht and Nijmegen, the Netherlands (Sept. 1990-Dec. 1990)
University of Toronto, Canada (July 1991)
MSRI, Berkeley (May 1993)
University of Nice, France (July 1993)
University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands (Sept. 1993-June 1994)
E´cole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France (Oct. 1996-Dec. 1996)
University of Nice, France (June 15-July 15, 1997)
University of Nantes, France (June 01-30, 1998)
University of Bordeaux, France (November 01-30, 1999)
Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary (July 1999-June 2000)
University of Hannover, Germany (October 01-30, 2005)
University of Nice, France (May 01-30, 2007)
University Méditerranée, Marseille, France (Sept. 01-30, 2007).


Grants

* National Science Foundation Grant (USA) 1992--1994, 1996-1998, 2000-2003, 2003-2007.
* Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Scientific Research Grant 1993-1994.
* Ohio State University Seed Grant (Columbus, USA) 1995-1996.
* National Security Agency Grant (USA) 2000-2001.
* PI of a Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship 2004-2006.
* Team member, Marie Curie Host Fellowship for Transfer of Knowledge (Rényi Inst.) 2004-2008.
* Host Scientist at Rényi Inst. of two Marie Curie Intra European Fellowships, A. Kuronya as PI, 2006-2007; and R. Rimányi as PI, 2009-2010.
* Hungarian Science and Technology Foundation Grant: 3 independent grants with Austria, France and Spain, 2007-2009.
* Team member of the Spanish research grant MTM2010-21740-C02-01 of Ministerio de Ciencia e Investigacion, (PI Melle Hernández) 2011-2013.
* Co-investigator in the Japonese reserach grant No. 20540060, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; (PI: T. Okuma, Co-inv's: A. Némethi, T. Tomaru) 2008-2011.
* Co-investigator in the Japonese reserach grant No. 23540068, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; (PI: T. Okuma, Co-inv's: A. Némethi, T. Tomaru) 2011-2014.
* PI of the JSPS Invitation Fellowship Program for Research in Japan, ID No.S-10020, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, September 2010.
* International partner of the Research Grant of University of Leuven OT/11/069 (PI: W. Veys), 2011-2015.
* PI of the (National Science Fundation of Hungary) OTKA Grant (with two other research members) 2007-2011, and 2012-2016.
* Since 2003 co-investigator in 4 different research projects in algebraic geometry and/or differentaible topology of the (OTKA).

Prizes

Rényi Prize of the Inst. of Math. of the Hungarian Academy of Sc., 2007.
Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2010.

Member of the OTKA Board

Elected for the period Febr. 01, 2012 - Jan. 31, 2015.


Advisor of PhD students (graduated):

Á. Szilárd (Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, 1999)
R. Mendris (Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, 2003)
I. Sigray (ELTE, Budapest, Hungary, 2008).

Advisor of the PhD students in present:

T. László, B. Sigurdsson, J. Bodnár, G. Pintér, Á. Gyenge.

Advisor of MS students:

M. Juhász - Eotvos University (ELTE), Budapest, 2009,
G. Pintér - Eotvos University (ELTE), Budapest, 2010,
B. Sigurdsson - Central European University, Budapest, 2010.


Invited speaker at the following Conferences and Schools:

1. Conference on Algebraic Geometry, Bucharest, Romania, 1988.
2. Workshop on Singularities, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, November 1990.
3. JAMI Algebraic and Complex Geometry Conference, The John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, April 1991.
4. Conference on Singularity Theory, Oberwolfach, Germany, June 1992.
5. Conference on Singularity Theory, S. Banach Center, Warsaw, Poland, September 1993.
6. National Conference of Mathematics, Leiden, The Netherlands, April 1994.
7. Conference on Singularity Theory, Konstanz, Germany, July 1994.
8. Summer Research Institute in Algebraic Geometry, organized by AMS at the University of California, Santa Cruz, July 1995.
9. Workshop on Singularities, Oberwolfach, Germany, July 1996.
10. Plenary lecture at the C.T.C. Wall's 60th birthday meeting on Real and Complex Singularities, Liverpool, England, August 1996.
11. Five plenary lectures during the EMS-Summer School, Eger (Hungary), July-August 1996.
12. Workshop on Singularities, Angers, France, December 1996 (two lectures).
13. Conference on Geometry and Complexity (during the Singularity Theory and Geometry program, Toronto, January-June 1997), Fields Institute, Toronto, May 1997.
14. Conference on ``The fundamental group in geometry'', Oberwolfach, Germany, May 1998.
15. Five lectures during the Summer School in "Low Dimensional Topology", August 2-15, 1998, Budapest, Hungary.
16. AMS Special Session on Singularities in Algebraic Geometry and Analytic Geometry, San Antonio, Texas, January 1999.
17. Conference on ``Polynomial maps and Toric geometry'', Muenster, Germany, February 2000.
18. Invited address at the AMS central section meeting, University of Notre Dame, April 2000.
19. Conference on "Affine algebraic Geometry", Oberwolfach, Germany, May 2000.
20. Algebraic Geometry Conference (In Memory of Ruth Michler), Annapolis, October 2001.
21. Conference ``Casson invariant: 17 years on'', UQAM Montréal, Canada, April 2002.
22. Plenary talk at the "7th International Workshop on Real and Complex Singularities", ICMC-USP, Sao Carlos-SP, Brazil, August 2002.
23. Conference on "Fundamental group in geometry", Oberwolfach, Germany, September 2002.
24. AMS Special Session on Arrangements in Topology and Algebraic Geometry, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 2003.
25. AMS Special Session on Topological Aspects of Complex Singularities, New York, April 2003.
26. Workshop on Singularity Theory, ICMS Edinburgh, May 2003.
27. Conference in ``Low Dimensional Topology'', Rényi Institute, Budapest, Hungary, June 2003.
28. Singularity Conference, Oberwolfach, Germany, September, 2003.
29. Workshop on Floer homology of 3-manifolds, Banff, Canada, November 2004.
30. Geometry/Topology of manifolds, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, May 2004.
31. CMI Summer School on Floer Homology, Gauge Theory and Low Dimensional Topology, Budapest June 2004.
32. Sao Carlos Workshop on Singularities (at CIRM Luminy), 2004, France.
33. Conference in Singularities, CIRM, Luminy, France, 2005 February.
34. Singularity Conference, University of Leuven, 2005.
35. Singularity conference and Summer School ``Advances School and Workshop on Singularitiesin Geometry and Topology'', Trieste, Italy, 2005 Summer.
36. ``Spanish-Hungarian'' Workshop on Singularities, Budapest, Hungary, 2005 Summer.
37. Singularity Conference (B. Teissier is 60), Luminy, France, 2005.
38. Conference on ``Knots, contact structures and foliations'', Budapest, Hungary, November 2005.
39. Workshop on ``The Topology of Hyperkahler Manifolds'', Budapest, Hungary, November 2005.
40. ``Singularity Day at Luminy'', France, 2006 May.
41. Four plenary lecture at CIMPA School ''New trends in singularity theory'', Madrid, 2006 August.
42. Singularity Conference, Oberwolfach, Germany, September 2006
43. Five plenary advanced lecture courses at School on `The Geometry and Topology of Singularities', Cuernavaca, Mexico, January 2007.
44. Workshop on `The Geometry and Topology of Singularities' (Le Dung Trang is 60), Cuernavaca, Mexico, January 2007.
45. Journée de Géométrie Algébrique Nice-Genes 2007, Nice, May 2007
46. Geometry Days (J. Steenbrink is 60), Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 2007.
47. Singularity Days, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, June 2007,
48. Singularity Conference, CTC Wall is 70, Liverpool, England, July 2007.
49. Five plenary advanced lecture courses at the School and Conference `Geometry and Topology of Singularities', Angers, France, September 2007.
50. Conference on Affine Geometry, Number Theory and Singularities (in honor of Pierrette Cassou-Nogués), Castro Urdiales, Spain, June 2008.
51. Three plenary advanced lecture courses at the Conference `Geometry of Singularities and Manifolds', Kusatsu, Japan, September 2008.
52. Special plenary talk at the meeting of the Japan Mathematical Society, Tokyo, Japan, September 2008.
53. Conference on `Différents points de vue sur les cycles évanescents', Nice, France, November 2008.
54. Topology of Algebraic Varieties, A Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of A. Libgober, Jaca, Spain, June 2009.
55. Noncommutative Geometric Methods in Global Analysis, Conference in honor of H. Moscovici, Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, Bonn, Germany, July 2009.
56. Singularities, Oberwolfach, Germany, 2009 September.
57. `Geometry at Large', Conference at Vienna, Austria, April 2010.
58.`Second International Workshop on Zeta Functions in Algebra and Geometry', Palma de Mallorca, Spain, May 2010.
59. `\'Uj ir\'anyzatok a geometri\'aban', meeting of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, May 2010.
60. Two plenary talks at the `Geometry Conference', Yamagata University, Japan, September 2010.
61. `Conference on Singularities, Geometry and Topology' (S. Gusein-Zade's 60th birthday meeting), El Escorial, Madrid, Spain, October 2010.
62. Geometry Workshop in Honour of V. Br\^inz\u{a}nescu, Bucharest, Romania, November 2010.
63. Three lectures on Autumn School: "Topology of Singularities", Mainz, Germany, 2011 September.
64. Informal talk, at the meeting `Algebraic versus Analytic Geometry', Vienna, 2011 November.
65. `Singularities and differential equations in algebraic geometry', Luminy, France, June 2012.
66.`Singularity Theory, its Applications and Future Prospects', (Bill Bruce 60 and Terry Wall 75), Liverpool, June 2012.
67. Singularities, Oberwolfach, Germany, September 2012.

Other invited talks:

1. Summer school on Lie algebras, Iasi, Romania, 1988.
2. Summer school on Lie groups, Mangalia, Romania, 1989.
3. Workshop on Topology of hypersurface singularities, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 1989 (series of lectures).
4. University of Gdansk, Poland, August, 1989.
5. Algebra seminar, Math. Inst. of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, March, 1990.
6. Singularity seminar, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, November, 1990.
7. Singularity seminar, University of Toronto, Canada, July, 1991 (a series of lectures).
8. Singularity seminar, University of Toronto, Canada, November, 1991.
9. Singularity seminar, University of Toronto, Canada, March, 1993.
10. MSRI Berkeley, USA, May, 1993 (two lectures).
11. Algebraic geometry seminar, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, June, 1993.
12. Algebraic geometry seminar, University of Nice, France, July, 1993.
13. Geometry seminar, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, September, 1993.
14. Complex analysis seminar, University of Angers, France, March, 1994 (two lectures).
15. Algebraic geometry seminar, University of Warwick, Great Britain, June, 1994.
16. Colloquium Talk, Math. Institute, Bonn, Germany, June, 1994.
17. Algebraic geometry seminar, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, December, 1994.
18. Colloquium Talk, University of Toronto, Canada, February, 1995.
19. Algebraic geometry seminar, Northeastern University, Boston, USA, April 1996.
20. Topology Seminar, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, September 1996.
21. Colloquium Talk, Math. Inst. of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, September 1996.
22. Colloquium Talk, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA, March 1997.
23. Algebraic Geometry Seminar, University of Marseille, France, June 1997.
24. Singularity Seminar, University of Nice, France, June-July 1997 (four lectures for graduate students).
25. Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Topology Seminar, University of Nantes, France, June 1998.
26. Algebraic Geometry Seminar, University of Chicago, USA, May 1999.
27. Geometry Seminar, University of Bordeaux, France, November 1999.
28. Singularity Seminar, University of Bordeaux, France, November 1999, (three talks).
29. National Geometry Seminar, Institute of Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest, February 2000.
30. Colloquium Talk, Institute of Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest, March 2000.
31. Topology Seminar, Princeton University, Princeton, April 2001.
32. Colloquium Talk, University of Notre Dame, November 2002.
33. Colloquium Talk, University of Ilinois at Chicago, April 2003.
34. Geometry-Topology Seminar, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 2003.
35. Colloquium Talk, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, January, 2004.
36. University of Michigan/Ohio State University Weekend Algebraic Geometry Seminar, March , 2004.
37. Seminar of Singularity Theory of Jussieu Institute (Paris 7), Paris, November 2004.
38. Seminar of Algebraic geometry of University of Utrecht, Utrecht December 2004.
39. Three invited talks at the Algebraic Geometry Seminar of University of Hannover, 2005 October.
40. `Kerékjartó Béla' Geometry Seminar, University of Szeged, November 2005.
41. Geometry Seminar, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj--Napoca, November 2006.
42. Singularity Seminar, University of Nice, May 2007.
43. Topology Seminar, Université de Provence, Marseille, France, September 2007.
44. Singularity Seminar, two extended lectures, Université de la Méditerranée, Luminy (Marseille), France, September 2007.
45. Talk at University of Kyoto, Japan, September, 2008.
46. Singularity Seminar (Oka's seminar), University of Tokyo, Japan, September 2008.
47. Talk at the meeting `About the Spidron in the language of Science and Art', Rényi Institute, Budapest, November 2008.
48. Geometry Seminar, Madrid, Spain, December 2009.
49. Singularity Seminar (Oka's seminar), University of Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.
50. Topology Seminar, University of Edinburgh, March 2012.
51. Topology Seminar, University of Glasgow, March 2012.
52. Many talks at the Geometry Seminar of Rényi Institute, Budapest,


Organizational activities

1. Member of the Organizing Committee of the summer school on Lie algebras, Iasi, Romania, 1988 (organized by the Institute of the Romanian Academy).
2. Member of the Organizing Committee of the summer school on Lie groups, Mangalia, Romania, 1989 (organized by the Institute of the Romanian Academy).
3. Member of the Organizing Committee of the Workshop on Topology of hypersurface singularities, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 1989 (organized by the Institute of the Romanian Academy and University of Cluj--Napoca).
4. Organizer of the International Workshop on characteristic classes, Sovata, Romania, 1994 (supported by the Soros Fundation)
5. Member of the Organizing Committee of the International Summer school on Algebraic Geometry, Eger, Hungary, 1996 (as a satellite of the European Mathematical Congress).
6. Member of the Organizing Committee of the International Summer school on Low-dimesional Geometry, Hungary, 1998.
7. The organizer of the `Conference on Singularity Theory', Ohio State University, 1998.
8. Co-organizer of the AMS Special Session `Algebraic Geometry and Singularity Theory', University of Notre Dame, 2000.
9. Member of the Organizing Committee of the AMS meeting 2001 September, organized by the Ohio State University, Dept. of Mathematics.
10. Member of the Organizing Committee of the international program `Higher dimensional varieties and rational points' at Budapest, Hungary, 2001.
11. Organizer of the `Spanish-Hungarian' Workshop on Singularities, Budapest, Hungary, 2005 Summer.
12. Organizer of the Summer School `Characteristic classes of singular varieties', Budapest, Hungary, 2006 Summer.
13. Organizer of the Conference `Deformation of surfaces', Budapest, Hungary, 2008 October.
14. Co-organizer (with D. van Straten and V. Vasiliev) of the `Singularities' Conferences at Oberwolfach Math. Inst. Germany; Sept. 2009.
15. Organizer of the `Workshop on Quivers', Rényi Institute, Budapest, Hungary, 2009 September.
16. Organizer of the one-day meeting `New directions in Geometry', Budapest, Math. Section of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2010 May.
17. Coorganizer of the `Non--Euclidean Geometry and its applications --- 7-th Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference' Cluj-Napoca, Romania, July 2010.
18. Member of the Scientific Committee of the `5th World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics 2011', February 9-13, 2011, Lahore, Pakistan.
19. Coorganizer (with J. Bryan, D. Maulik, J. Schuermann, B. Szendroi and A. Szilárd) of `Motivic Donaldson-Thomas theory and singularity theory' May 2012, Rényi Institute, Budapest, Hungary.
20. Co-organizer (with D. van Straten and V. Vasiliev) of the `Singularities' Conferences at Oberwolfach Math. Inst. Germany; Sept. 2012.