I am a math teacher, cartographer, computer scientist, a senior research fellow at the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics. I have a PhD on map projections from the Eötvös Loránd University. I was a member of Lajos Pósa’s first weekend camp group, TO, as a student, and then participated in many other camps as a helper. I had previously been camp leader for groups Rozsomák, S and Okapi. Currently I am leading group Zooey.
I have a mathematician and a math teacher degree from the Eötvös Loránd University, and and economist degree from the Budapest Business School. After finishing my PhD at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, I spent a few years as a researcher at SZTAKI and at BUTE. I have been with Morgan Stanley since 2006. I was a member of Lajos Pósa’s first weekend camp group, TO, as a student, and then participated in many other camps as a helper. I co-led the weekend camps of groups ZsA and ZsB with Lajos Pósa, and I have taught ninth graders at MaMuT for years.
I graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University as a math teacher. I first experienced the Pósa method during my high school years at the Eötvös József Gimnázium, as a student of Lajos Pósa. I have been an avid supporter of Pósa type joy mathematics. Every member of my family learned from Pósa: our daughters participated in the weekend camps. As a foundation employee, I lead the monthly Mini Camps for sixth graders.
I was born in Szikszó and I graduated as a mathematician from the Eötvös Loránd University. I have participated in weekend camps since 2001, first as a student, later as helper and as camp leader. Currently I am an employee of the Foundation.
I studied computer science at the University of Cambridge, I currently live abroad. I am a software engineer at a Silicon Valley firm, where I use informatics to fight crime. Besides this, I have led weekend camp and Tech Camp groups, and taught at Cambridge and at Charles University, Prague.
I graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics as a software engineer and from the Eötvös Loránd University as a mathematics and informatics teacher, and then worked as a software engineer at Google in Munich and at NNG in Budapest. I currently work with talented students as mathematics and programming tutor. I have been a PhD student at ELTE since 2018, where my focus is the discovery-based education of programming. I co-led the weekend camps of groups Lemur and Mongúz with Lajos Pósa, and I plan to conduct similar camps on algorithmic programming. I am also a frequent helper at Tech Camps.
I am a PhD student in algebraic geometry at the Central European University, and I teach at multiple places. Besides math, I read a lot, I do volunteer work with children in Kerecsend, and I play touch rugby. I actively participate in weekend camps, the MaMuT and the Flying School.
Between 1972 and 1982, I was a research mathematician at the Institute of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, I finished my doctorate degree in 1977. I did not find it satisfying because I am most interested in theoretical and practical problems in dialogical thinking. This is why I started teaching in 1977, and I taught mathematics from 1982 to 2013 at Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium. Currently I am giving extracurricular classes and am leading a seminar on mathematics, art and uniform evaluation at the Eötvös Loránd University. For more information on my work, see http://lajosszabo.com/SL/publist.htm
I taught for the special math program at Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium from 1972 to 2015, and have been a lecturer at the Orthodox Jewish school in Wesselényi Street. I spent much of my long tenure with developing talent, and I also held extracurricular classes in Fazekas for external students. Since 2017, I often helped with Flying School sessions. It is important to me that talented students see the appropriate problems to develop their skills, and that they enjoy doing mathematics.
I am a math teacher, and am currently doing my PhD at the Eötvös Loránd University, where I study discovery-based mathematics education. I play the piano, and I travel when I can. I have known Lajos since I was in fifth grade, I also participated in his camps.
I am currently doing my PhD at the Eötvös Loránd University. In my free time, I enjoy playing board games, programming and juggling. I am happy to help organize various math competitions and camps. I participate as a teacher or helper in many of the Foundation’s events.
I have been teaching at Fazekas since 1992, and was a young teacher when I was first invited to the summer camps leading to MaMuT. I was very enthusiastic and completely inexperienced when I started. I was surrounded by a great environment, for which I am grateful to my colleagues and students. Math people can also recognize me as a trainer of Hungarian IMO team, or from my ocarina music during math sessions.
I graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University in 2002, and obtained my PhD from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2008. As a mathematician, I teach algebra in the math institute of ELTE. I have taught in MaMuT2 since 2013. I have previously participated in organizing and teaching at math camps for talented students since 1998. In my free time I enjoy playing the piano and hiking.
I finished high school in 2016 at the Fazekas math program, and am currently studying math at the Eötvös Loránd University. I participated in MaMuT and weekend camps as a student between 2009 and 2016, and have been a helper since then. In my free time, I enjoy playing bridge and hiking.
I was so impressed by Pósa camps as a student and as a helper that I have become a math teacher myself. I work at ELTE Radnóti Miklós Gimnázium, where besides teaching, I also supervise the student council’s work. I have participated as a helper or as a teacher in every MaMuT to date.
I like things that either mesmerize me, like classical music, or make me think, for example of myself. Math often does both simultaneously :) I graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University as a mathematician, and have worked at Emarsys as a data scientist since.
I finished high school in 2018 in the Berzsenyi math program. I am currently studying math at the Eötvös Loránd University. I participated in weekend camps and the MaMuT2 as a student. I was a student in the first Tech Camp, mentor in the second, and organizer in the next one.
My background is in humanities, and I direct a book company. Within the Foundation, I am the head organizer of the Gondola project working with disadvantaged students. I met Lajos Pósa and the Foundation through my children. It is no wonder that I like books, but I am also enthusiastic about baroque music and playing tennis.
I am the talent development manager at Mensa HunarIQa and the director of LogIQa Stúdió, I have a degree in humanities. I have worked with talented, high IQ children for 15 years, and professionally since 2010. Besides the Foundation’s Gondola project, I lead the talent development programs of LogIQa Stúdió and Mensa HunarIQa. In my free time I write, read and cycle.