Curriculum vitæ et studiorum        

Name:  Mihály Weiner
Date of birth:  26/11/1976
  Family status:  married, two children


Until age 17 I studied at Budapest. Upon winning the 5th place at the National Student Olympiad in physics, I was invited to apply for a scholarship of the United World Colleges. I eventually received the scholarship and thus spent two years in Atlantic College (UK) where I obtained my baccalaureate.

Postdoctoral experience

I was several times invited for shorter term collaborations; e.g. I worked with prof. Yasuyuki Kawahigashi at the University of Tokyo and with prof. Karl-Henning Rehren at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Göttingen. However, my longer postdoctoral positions were the following.

I have also participated to a number of international conferences and summer schools, e.g. I gave talks at Oberwolfach and Banff.

Professorships, fellowships and current positions & activities

In 2011 I became an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematical Analysis of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). In 2016 I was promoted to associate professor, which is also my current title. I am a member of the editorial board of Periodica Mathematica Hungarica, and between 2012 and 2015 I was also a Bolyai János Research Fellow of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. I am the organizer of a yearly mathematical contest at my University. I regularly participate at international scientific conferences; this year for example I was invited speaker at the conference "Quantum Information and Operator Algebras" held in Rome. Apart from teaching at BME, I often teach a course regarding Quantum Probability Theory and Quantum Logic at the Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT). and at the Budapest Semesters of Mathematics (BSM).

Other abilities

I have a profound interest in music and I play the violin. Apart from Hungarian, I am fluent (and taught University courses) both in English and in Italian.