Date of born: 14th January
1971-1975, Full time undergraduate student in
the Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics,
1975-1976, Full time undergraduate student in the Department of Operational Research, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics,
1976-1979, Postgraduate student in the Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of Kirghiz Republic under the supervision of Professor Yu.P.Chernov (State Planning Committee of USSR).
M. Sc. in Mathematics, Dept. of
Ph.D. in Mathematics (Soviet Degree of Candidate of Physics and Mathematics),
Title of thesis : Duality Theory in Linear-Fractional Programming and its Applications. Supervision by Professor Yu.P.Chernov (State Planning Committee of USSR).
Official referees: Academician V.S.Tanaev (
Ph.D. The degree is naturalized by the
Dr. in Mathematics,
Fields of Expertise
Operations Research & Mathematical programming: theory, methods and applications, mathematical modeling of technologic and economic processes (especially modeling of the problems connected with decision making, coordination of economic interests, manpower planning, subsidies, taxes and unemployment).
Further fields of interests: Economics, Mathematical Economics, Theory of Decisions with Multiple Objectives,
Main skills in computer Programming for PC's and mainframes:
30+ years of research and software development in
I have more than 35 publications and participated in 15+ international congresses, conferences and symposiums. I have developed many programs for use on microcomputers and for mainframes. One of them, a program package GULF (developed in cooperation with Prof. David J.Pannell, University of Western Australia) for solving linear and linear-fractional programming problems was tested in the European Journal of Operational Research (Prof. Hervé Thiriez, Editor of OR-Software Section), see Hervé Thiriez : GULF (version 2.2). in EJOR, 67 (1993) pp.295-296.
The newest version of my
package WinGULF was re-coded in Borland C++ Builder
and ANSI C and then was parallelized and adapted to supercomputer CRAY T3E,
I have participated in many projects as system analyst and/or software developer. The most important of them are:
1995-to 2009, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Applied Mathematics,
2002 (April-July) Research visitor, Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre,
1995-to date, Software developer, Optimum 95 Bt.,
1991-1995, Research Fellow, Department of the Computer Sciences,
1991-1991 begin_of_the_skype_highlightingend_of_the_skype_highlighting, Software developer, KEM Bt.,
1984-1991, Senior Research Fellow,
1987-1991, Software developer, Intellectual Connections Ltd.,
1979-1984, Research Fellow,
1. Linear programming,
2. Non-linear programming,
3. Operations Research (one semester-course),
4. Operations Research 1 and Operations Research 2 (two semester-course),
5. Non-linear optimization,
6. Integer programming,
7. Linear-Fractional Programming,
8. Discrete Mathematics.
9. High-level programming languages,
10. Visual Basic,
11. Borland C++,
12. Borland Delphi,
13. Delphi 1 (Introduction level), Delphi 2 (Database management in Delphi), Delphi 3 (Web applications in Delphi),
14. Visual languages (MS Visual Studio - C#, Lazarus, Delphi, CodeGear RAD Studio)
15. Visual programming (MS Visual Studio - C#, Lazarus, Delphi, CodeGear RAD Studio)
16. Modelling in Excel,
17. Informatics and Electronics,
18. Operating Systems
Society of Operational Research, since 1992.
EURO Working Group on Financial Modeling, since 1995
EURO Working Group on Multi-criteria Aid for Decision, since 1995
Debrecen Branch of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Secretary of Committee on Informatics, 1996-2011.
Ad-hoc Reviewer for:
Supervising, my PhD students:
Bekéné Rácz Anett
I enjoy fishing (if there is fish!), listening to music (classic and modern), gardening, driving a car (long distances), reading and being a parent of my three sons – Maxim, Erik and Kristóf, and grandfather of Vasiliy.