List of University of Szeged people

List of University of Szeged people

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István Bibó (1911-1979) Political scientist; member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1946-49. Doctor's degree University of Law, Szeged, 1934; lecturer Szeged University, 1940

Zsolt Bor (b. 1949) "Bolyai-Prize" laureate Scientist; member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics; one of inventors of the "Rhinolight phototherapeutical apparatus" (hay fever therapy). M.Sc, Ph.D., D.Sc, professor [] []


Sándor Csörgő (b. 1947) Highly cited researcher of mathematics; Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Asymptotic Theory; member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. professor []




Gábor Fodor (1915-2000) Obtained a Ph.D., summa cum laude, in organic chemistry, physical chemistry and mineralogy at Szeged University in 1937; University Demonstrator at Szeged from 1935-1938; associate professor from 1945-1950; professor of organic chemistry at Szeged from 1950-1957; received the Diamond Diploma in honor of the 60th anniversary of the receipt of his Ph.D. at the University of Szeged.



Alfréd Haar (1885-1933) In 1932 he introduced a measure on groups, now called the Haar measure, which allows an analogue of Lebesgue integrals to be defined on locally compact topological groups; Haar wavelet. Together with "Riesz", made a major mathematical centre from the university.



Attila József (1905-1937) He is considered to be one of the greatest Hungarian writers of the 20th century Entered the University of Szeged in 1924 to study Hungarian and French literature; He was expelled from the university because of a revolutionary poem, "Tiszta szívvel" (With a Pure Heart) - the poem was attacked by the influential professor "Antal Horger".

Gyula Juhász (1883-1937) Hungarian poet, journalist, educator. Juhász Gyula Teacher Training College bore his name.


László Kalmár (1905-1976) He is considered the founding father of both Logic and Theoretical Computer Science in Hungary. professor






Elemér Pólay (1915-1988) Roman philologist, Roman law. professor



Tibor Radó (1895-1965) Hungarian mathematician; research fellow in Germany for the Rockefeller Foundation; lectured at Harvard University and the Rice Institute and the mathematics faculty of Ohio State University; published: "On the Problem of Plateau", "Subharmonic Functions", in the Bell System Technical Journal the Busy Beaver problem. He received a doctorate from the University of Szeged in 1923.

Frigyes Riesz (1880-1956) His theorem, now called the Riesz-Fischer theorem, which he proved in 1907, is fundamental in the Fourier analysis of Hilbert space; Riesz representation theorem, F. and M. Riesz theorem, Riesz-Thorin theorem. In Szeged in 1922 Riesz set up the János Bolyai Mathematical Institute in a joint venture with Haar; became editor of the newly founded journal of the Institute "Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum"; He received honorary doctorates from the universities of Szeged, Budapest and Paris. []

Camille Sandorfy (b. 1920) Canadian quantum chemist. He is a member of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science. He is well known for both his works in spectroscopy and theoretical chemistry. He is a pioneer in the molecular orbital calculations on saturated hydrocarbons and excited aromatic molecules. He performed extensive works in both vibrational and electronic spectroscopy. He investigated in particular the effect of hydrogen bonding on the anharmonicity of vibrations. He made also applications of biological interest. He received his Bachelor of Science in 1943 and Ph.D. in chemistry in 1946 from the University of Szeged.

Brúnó F. Straub (1914-1996) Initiated the foundation of the Biological Research Center (1971).

Albert Szent-Györgyi (1893-1986) Nobel-Prize laureate biochemist; He noted the anti-scorbutic activity of ascorbic acid and discovered that paprika ("capsicum annuum") was a rich source of vitamin C; he received the Nobel-Prize in medicine in 1937 "for his discoveries in connection with the biological combustion processes, with special reference to vitamin C and the catalysis of fumaric acid"; vitamin P. In 1930 he obtained the Chair of Medical Chemistry at the University of Szeged and in 1935 he also took the Chair in Organic Chemistry; from 1987-2000 the Szeged Medical University bore his name. []

Antal Szerb (1901-1945) Hungarian author; He was President of the Hungarian Literary Academy; He was twice awarded the Baumgarten Prize. Professor of Literature.


István Tömörkény (1866-1917) He was a well known writer, archeologist and journalist. In 1882 he enrolled in the Szeged University and wanted to become a chemist; unfortunately he never finished his studies.







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