András Hajnal's CV
We give below András Hajnal's CV as it was on 3 March 2016 on his personal website at the Rényi Institute. The CV, however, looks as though it had not been updated during the last ten years of his life. Following his death later that year, his website was taken down, so we thought it worthwhile to preserve his CV here.
Hajnal, András Professor II
13 May 1931
Logic, Set theory, Discrete Mathematics.
Ph.D., (1957), Bolyai Institute of the József Attila University, Szeged, Hungary.
M.A., (1953), Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
Present, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics Department, Rutgers University.
Present, Honorary Member, Alfred Renyi Institute, Hungarian Academy.
1994-2004, Professor II, Mathematics Department, Rutgers University, NJ.
1994-1995, Director of DIMACS.
1970-1994, Research Professor, Mathematical Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1982-92, Director, Mathematical Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1979-1995, Professor, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
1956-1979, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
2004, University of Calgary, Canada, PIMS Visiting Professor (2 months).
1997, University of California, Irvine, Visiting Professor (1 quarter).
1994, University of Calgary, Canada, Kilam Visiting Professor (8 months).
1991, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada (4 months).
1990, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (two quarters).
1987, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL (two semesters).
1985, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (one quarter).
1984, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada (2 months).
1982, University of Torino, Italy (2 months).
1982, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, (one semester).
1979, Ulam Visiting Professorship, Boulder, CO (one semester).
1975-76, Calgary University, Alberta, Canada.
1970-71, Calgary University, Alberta, Canada.
1969, Steklov Institute, Moscow, 6 months.
1964, Berkeley, University of California, 12 months.
Awards and Prizes:
1992, Officer's Cross of Decoration of the Republic of Hungary.
1982, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1976, Corresponding Member of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1970, Hungarian State Prize.
1967, Academic Prize of 1st Decree.
Selected Professional Activities:
1990-1994, President, Bolyai Society.
1980-1990, General Secretary, Bolyai János Mathematical Society of Hungary.
1983-1987, Vice President, DLMPS of the IUHPS.
1974, International Mathematical Union Congress, Vancouver. Invited address: "Results and Independence Results in Set-Theoretical Topology."
Acta Math. Acad. Sci. Hung.
Studia Scientiarum Mathematicarum Hungarica
Published more than 150 research papers, more than 55 with Paul Erdős, one monograph and two textbooks
Last Updated March 2021