Curriculum Vitae
Gábor Tardos
Born: July 11, 1964, Budapest, Hungary.
Degrees:

Diploma in Mathematics, Eötvös University, 1987.

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Eötvös University, 1988.
Topic of thesis: universal algebra.
Advisors: L. Babai and P. P. Pálfy.

Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2005.
Positions:
Current:

Research Fellow at the Rényi Mathematical Institute of the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, since 1990.
Past:
 Canada Research Chair of computational and discrete geometry.
School of
Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada, 2005–2013.

Professor of the Computer Science Department of Eötvös University,
Budapest, 19922003.

Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, 199697.

Visiting Professor at the Computer Science Department of the University
of Toronto, 199596.

Visiting Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Rutgers University,
19901992.

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Fellowship at Eötvös University,
Budapest, 198790.

Visiting Professor at the Computer Science Department of the University
of Chicago, 1989.

Dickson Instructor at the Department of Mathematics of the University of
Chicago, 1988.
Awards:

Corvin Chain Fellowship, 2002.

P. Erdõs Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1999.

Rényi Prize of the A. Rényi Institute of the Hungarian Academy
of Sciences, 1999.

Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for Young Researchers, 1995.

Prize of the First European Congress of Mathematics, 1992.

G. Grünwald prize for young researchers in mathematics,
awarded by the J. Bolyai Mathematical Society, 1988.
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