Zoltán Füredi (Budapest, Hungary, 21 May 1954) is a Hungarian mathematician, working in combinatorics, mainly in discrete geometry and extremal combinatorics. He was a student of Gyula O. H. Katona. He is a corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2004). He is a research professor of the Rényi Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and a professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).
- In infinitely many cases he determined the maximum number of edges in a graph with no C4.
- With Paul Erdős he proved that for some c>1, there are cd points in d-dimensional space such that all triangles formed from those points are acute.
- With Imre Bárány he proved that no polynomial time algorithm determines the volume of convex bodies in dimension d within a multiplicative error dd.
- He proved that there are at most unit distances in a convex n-gon.
- In a paper written with coauthors he solved the Hungarian lottery problem.
- With Ilona Palásti he found the best known lower bounds on the orchard-planting problem of finding sets of points with many 3-point lines.
- Zoltán Füredi at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Z. Füredi (1990). "The maximum number of unit distances in a convex n-gon". Journal of Combinatorial Theory. 55 (2): 316–320. doi:10.1016/0097-3165(90)90074-7.
- Z. Füredi, G. J. Székely, and Z. Zubor (1996). "On the lottery problem". Journal of Combinatorial Designs. Wiley. 4 (1): 5–10. doi:10.1002/(sici)1520-6610(1996)4:1<5::aid-jcd2>3.3.co;2-w.  Reprint
- Füredi, Z.; Palásti, I. (1984), "Arrangements of lines with a large number of triangles", Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 92 (4): 561–566, doi:10.2307/2045427, JSTOR 2045427.
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