


Friends
Former faculty members and other friends of the
department, with whom we have strong cooperative
connections and who have made essential
contributions to the intellectual life of the
department:
Hajnal
ANDRÉKA
Research
Professor of Mathematics
Head of Algebraic Logic Group
Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest
She
has been cooperating with the department
since the early 1980's. She is interested
in all branches of logic and in the
logical foundations of science and
mathematics, including the logical
foundation of relativity theory and
twoway connections between logic and
relativity.


Mária
BÁLINT
Retired
Department Coordinator
She
was the department coordinator for many
years until 2012.


Ágnes
CHAMBRE
Retired
Department Coordinator
She
was the department coordinator in years
20132017.


Gyula KLIMA
Professor
of Philosophy
Fordham University, New York
 He
received his degrees in philosophy from
Eötvös University (1981, 1986), where he
was a student of Professor Imre Ruzsa.
He is specialized in medieval
philosophy, especially in the
reconstruction of medieval logical and
metaphysical theories, using
contemporary formal techniques.


Ági
KURUCZ
Senior
Lecturer
King's College, London
 She was a
PhD student at the department from 1994
to 1997. She obtained her PhD in
mathematics from the Hungarian Academy
of Sciences in 1998. She was a fixed
term lecturer at the department in
199798. Her main field of interest
includes classical predicate logic,
modal and algebraic logics.


István
NÉMETI
Research
Professor of Mathematics
Algebraic Logic Group
Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest
 He has
been cooperating with the department
since the early 1980's. He is interested
in all branches of logic and in the
logical foundations of science and
mathematics. His research interests
include the logical foundation of
relativity theory and twoway
connections between logic and
relativity.


László
PÓLOS
Professor
of Organisational Theory
University
of
Durham
 Professor
Pólos was a member of the faculty from
1982 to 2005. He is interested in
linguistic and sociological applications
of logic. His current research interests
include: organisation dynamics;
organisation ecology; organisation
theory.


Miklós
RÉDEI
Professor
of Philosophy
LSE,
London
 Formerly, Miklós Rédei was an
Associate Professor of Philosophy at the
HPS Department of Eötvös University
(Faculty of Science); and he taught
philosophy of science courses at the
Department of Logic as a guest lecturer.
In 2005 he joined the faculty of the
Department until 2007.
 His research
interests are: Philosophy
of science, philosophy and history of
modern physics, especially of quantum
physics and of quantum field theory;
quantum logic, John von Neumann;
interpretation of probability,
probabilistic causality.


Zoltán
SZABÓ
Professor
of Philosophy
Yale
University
 Between
1989 and 1991, as a Research Fellow
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, he
collaborated with Professor Imre Ruzsa.
Later he was a Lecturer at the
Department until 1995. In the
meanwhile he proceeded to a PhD at MIT.
His main interests lie in
philosophy of language and
metaphysics.







