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 BoltzmannSinai conjecture was proved for three balls in 1991 by A Krámli, N Simányi and D Szász.
 Szász, working with different coinvestigators, 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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