Person: Szász (2), Domokos
Domokos Szász is a Hungarian mathematician known for his work in mathematical physics and dynamical systems.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
- In 1969 Szász received the Géza Grünwald Commemorative Prize from the János Bolyai Mathematical Society, an award given to outstanding young mathematicians.
- This was a highly productive time for Szász who published six papers in 1971, one in English, two in Hungarian and three in Russian.
- Szász was appointed to the Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1971.
- The prize was presented to Szász on National Day (15 March) by Ferenc Mádl, the President of Hungary.
- Let us look briefly at a couple of the problems to which Szász has made major contributions.
- The Boltzmann-Sinai conjecture was proved for three balls in 1991 by A Krámli, N Simányi and D Szász.
- Szász, working with different co-investigators, examined the recurrence of such a system when there is a periodic configuration of scatterers.
Born 18 August 1941, Budapest, Hungary.
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- O’Connor, John J; Robertson, Edmund F: MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive