Curriculum Vitae

 

Dr. habil. Miklós Hoffmann

 

professor, head of institute

Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science

Eszterházy University

Eger, Hungary

 

e-mail: hoffmann.miklos@uni-eszterhazy.hu

 

 


Degrees:

1990 MSc in mathematics, descriptive geometry and computer science (Univ. Debrecen, Hungary)

1992 dr. univ. degree in mathematics (Univ. Debrecen)

1998 PhD in mathematics and computer science (Univ. Debrecen)

2006 Habilitation in mathematics and computer science (Univ. Debrecen)

2016 Doctor of Science in mathematics and computer science (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

 

Positions:

1990-1997 assistant professor at Univ. Debrecen

1997-2001 assistant professor at Eszterházy University College, Eger

2002-2006 associate professor at Eszterházy University College, Eger

2006- professor at Eszterházy University College, Eger

 

Long term (min. 2 months) visits:

1991 Catholic University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

1995 Univeristy of Padova, Italy

1997 Karl-Franz University of Graz, Austria

2001-2002 Applied Mathematics (IMAG) Grenoble, France

2007 University of Split, Croatia

2012 University of Valencia, Spain

 

Awards and Scholarships:

1991 Kalmár László Award for young computer scientists

2001 Scientific Award of the Hungarian Academy of Science (MTA MAB)

2002-2005 Békessy Postdoctoral Fellowship

2005 Strommer Award of the Hungarian-Austrian Strommer Foundation for young geometers

2008-2011 Bolyai Research Fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Science

 

Memberships:

 

Teaching experience:

 

        BSc and MSc courses at Eszterházy University College

        MSc and PhD courses at University of Debrecen

      • geometry (Euclidean, affine, projective)
      • computer aided geometric design
      • descriptive geometry
      • constructive geometry
      • analytical geometry
      • differential geometry
      • computer graphics and geometric modeling
      • artificial neural networks
      • operational research

   

Research interest:

 

            Computer Aided Geometric Design

            Constructive Geometry

Publications

 

Scientific and educational expertise:

 

  • REA (Research Executive Agency of EC, Brussels)
  • EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of EC, Brussels)
  • TEMPUS Foundation of the Hungarian Government
  • CEEPUS Foundation (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies)
  • NKTH (Hungarian National Office for Research and Technology)
  • Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia
  • Educational Authority of the Hungarian Government
  • Serbian Ministry of Science and Technological Development