# CURRICULUM VITAE

*FERENC WETTL*

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Faculty of Natural Sciences

Institute of Mathematics

Department of Algebra

1111 Budapest, Egry József u 2. H ép. V. em. 5.

tel: +36-1-463-1111/5671, +36-1-463-2094

## Qualification, degree:

- Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE), Mathematician, 1978.
- doctor of natural sciences, ELTE, 1985. Title of thesis: "A Segre-lemmáról" (On Segre lemma).
- candidate for mathematical sciences, 1996. Title of thesis: "Véges geometriák homogén konfigurációiról" (On homogenious configurations of finite geometries).

## Position held:

- 1978-1980 Statistical Office ÁSzSz, programmer,
- 1980- Technical University of Budapest (BME), Transportation Engineering Faculty, Department of Mathematics, 1985-1996 first assistant,
- 1996- Department of Algebra, lecturer since 1997.

## Teaching experiences:

- teaching mathematics since 1978 (topics: calculus, linear algebra, probability theory, differential equations, higher engineering maths, computer algebra, CAS and their programming, number theory, finite fields, symmetric combinatorial structures, cryptography)
- teaching in the english courses since 1985 (topics: calculus, linear algebra, probability theory, differential equations, higher engineering maths)
- a one semester postgraduate course at Justus-Liebig Universität, Gießen.

## Fields of interest:

- finite geometries, and their applications, cryptography,
- finite algebraic structures: finite fields, finite automaton,
- VLSI-routing,
- computer algebra systems and their applications in teaching and research,
- electronic publishing, TeX, LaTeX.

## Publications:

- 15 research papers, 2 university textbooks (editor and coauthor), coauthor in 3 books

## Memberships:

- General editor of the six scientific journals of Periodica Polytechnica (Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Social and Management Sciences) since 1998 till end of 2013

## Awards:

- Winning the Széchenyi Professorship for 1998-2001.

Budapest, 2014-09-05.

Ferenc Wettl