János Bolyai Mathematical Institute

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Not to be confused with János Bolyai Mathematical Society.

János Bolyai Mathematical Institute is the institute of mathematical departments at the faculty of sciences of the University of Szeged, named after the Hungarian mathematician, co-discoverer of non-euclidean geometry, János Bolyai. Its director is László Kérchy. Among the former members of the institute are Frigyes Riesz, Alfréd Haar, Rudolf Ortvay, Tibor Radó, Béla Szőkefalvi-Nagy, László Kalmár, Géza Fodor.


  • Algebra and Number Theory (head: László Zádori)
  • Applied and Numerical Mathematics (Tibor Krisztin)
  • Analysis (head: László Kérchy)
  • Geometry (head: Árpád Kurusa)
  • Set Theory and Mathematical Logic (head: Vilmos Totik)
  • Stochastics (head: Gyula Pap)

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Coordinates: 46°14′50″N 20°08′52″E / 46.2472687°N 20.1476898°E / 46.2472687; 20.1476898