CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: MÁTÉ WIERDL Department:MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES


EDUCATION
DEGREES DISCIPLINE INSTITUTION YEAR
Ph.D Mathematics The Ohio State University 1989
B.S. Mathematics Eötvös Lóránd University 1985

EXPERIENCE
RANK/POSITION DEPARTMENT/DIVISION INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION PERIOD
member, organizer MSRI Berkeley 2008
visiting professor math University of Tours, France 2006
Professor Mathematical Sciences University of Memphis 2003-
Associate Professor Mathematical Sciences University of Memphis 1999-2003
Assistant Professor Mathematical Sciences University of Memphis 1995-1999
Visiting Assistant Professor Mathematics Northwestern University 1993-1995
Visiting Assistant Professor Mathematics Indiana University 1993
Visiting Researcher Mathematics University of Maryland 1992
Visiting Assistant Professor Mathematics The University of North Carolina 1990-1992
Visiting Lecturer Mathematics The Ohio State University 1989-1990
Graduate Teaching Assistant Mathematics The Ohio State University 1985-1989

HONORS/AWARDS
HONOR/AWARD INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION YEAR
Ergodic Theory and Additive Combinatorics Special semester member and organizer Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley 2008
Presidential Fellowship The Ohio State University 1988
Nominated for Best TA The Ohio State University 1986
Second prize Eötvös Lóránd University (National Competition) 1984
First prize Eötvös Lóránd University (National Competition) 1982

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
SUBJECT INSTITUTION
Introduction to proofs, 2018 Spring UofM
Linear Alebra, 4242, 2018 spring UofM
Honors Seminar, 2018 spring UofM
Honors Calculus, 2018 Fall UofM
Honors Seminar, 2018 Fall UofM
Real Analysis, 4350, 2018 Fall UofM


STUDENT ADVISING/MENTORING
CURRENT DEGREE NAME YEAR OF GRADUATION
BS Jillian Kessler 2016
BS Christie Fair 2015
Undergraduate    
Masters    
Doctoral Andy Parrish 2009
Postdoctoral    

Books Published

Math Basecamp, American Mathematical Society, Open Textbook Project, 2018 Spring https://www.ams.org/open-math-notes/omn-view-listing?listingId=110771

Books (authored, edited)

Refereed Journal Publications

Frantzikinakis, N. ; Lesigne, E. ; Wierdl, M. Random differences in Szemerédi's theorem and related results, Journal D'Analyse Mathematique, Vol. 130 (2016) , pg 91-133

Boshernitzan, Frantzikinakis, Wierdl, "Underrecurrence in ergodic theory", 18 pages, to appear in Israel J. of Math.

Frantzikinakis, N. ; Lesigne, E. ; Wierdl, M. Random sequences and pointwise convergence of multiple ergodic averages. Indiana Univ. Math. J. 61 (2012), no. 2, 585--617.

Chan, T. H. ; Kumchev, A. V. ; Wierdl, M. Additive bases arising from functions in a Hardy field. Acta Math. Hungar. 129 (2010), no. 3, 263--276.

Frantzikinakis, N. ; Johnson, M. ; Lesigne, E. ; Wierdl, M. Powers of sequences and convergence of ergodic averages. Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 30 (2010), no. 5, 1431--1456.

Quas, Anthony ; Wierdl, Máté . Rates of divergence of non-conventional ergodic averages. Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 30 (2010), no. 1, 233--262.

Frantzikinakis, Nikos ; Wierdl, Máté . A Hardy field extension of Szemerédi's theorem. Adv. Math. 222 (2009), no. 1, 1--43.

Frantzikinakis, Nikos ; Lesigne, Emmanuel ; Wierdl, Máté . Powers of sequences and recurrence. Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3) 98 (2009), no. 2, 504--530.

Boshernitzan, Michael ; Wierdl, Máté . Almost-everywhere convergence and polynomials. J. Mod. Dyn. 2 (2008), no. 3, 465--470.

with Quas, Anthony, Ergodic averages along the squares, Handbook on Dynamical Systems, Hasselblatt, B and Katok, A. eds, 853--864, 2006

with Frantzikinakis, Nikos and  Lesigne, Emmanuel, Sets of $k$-recurrence but not $(k + 1)$-recurrence, Annales de l'Institute Fourier, 56/4, 839--849, 2006

with M. Boshernitzan, and A. Quas, "Ergodic averaging sequences", J. d'Analyse Math, Vol 95, 2005, 63-103

with E. Lesigne, and A. Quas, "Generic points in the Cartesian powers of the Morse dynamical system", Bull. Soc. Math. France 131, 2003, 435-464

with E. Lesigne, etal, "Random ergodic theorems and real cocycles", Israel J. of Math., 130, 2002, 285-321

with R. Jones, and J. Rosenblatt, "Oscillation in ergodic theory, higher dimensional results", Israel J. of Math, 135, 1-27, 2003.

with J. Campbell, R. Jones, and K. Reinhold. "Oscillation and variation for Singular integrals; higher dimensional results", Trans Amer. Math. Soc., 355 (5), 2115-2137, 2002

with J. Campbell, R. Jones, and K. Reinhold. "Oscillation and variation for the Hilbert transform". Duke J. Math., 105 (1) 59-83, 2000.

with R. Jones, J. Rosenblatt, "Oscillation inequalities for rectangles". Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 129, no. 5, 1349-1358, 2001.

with R. Jones, J. Rosenblatt 'Counting in Ergodic Theory', Canada J. Math., Vol. 51 (5), 1999 996-1019.

with R. Jones, M. Lacey, "Integer Sequences with big gaps and the pointwise ergodic theorem" Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Syst. (1999), 19, 1295-1308.

with R. Jones, R. Kaufman, J. Rosenblatt, "Oscillation in ergodic theory" Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Syst.1998, 18, 889-935.

with no collaborators 'Perturbation of plane curves and sequences of integers', Ill. J. Math. (1998), 42, no. 1, 139-153.

with M. Akcoglu, A. Bellow, R. Jones, V. Losert, K. Reinhold-Larsson 'Strong sweeping out of ergodic averages, Riemann sums and related matters', Ergodic Th. and Dynamical Syst. (1996), 16, 207-253.

with M. Boshernitzan 'Ergodic theorems along sequences and Hardy fields', Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (1996), 93, no. 16, 8205-8207.

with R. Jones 'Convergence and divergence of ergodic averages'. Ergodic Th. and Dynamical Syst., 14, 1994 515-535.

with M. Lacey, K. Petersen, D. Rudolph 'Random ergodic theorems with universally representative sequences'. Ann. Inst. H. Poincar , 30 no. 3, 1994 353-395.

with no collaborators 'On the magnitude of the sum of bases of the natural numbers'. Bull. London Math. Soc., 25, 1993 316-320.

with R. Jones, J. Olsen 'Subsequence ergodic theorems for contractions'. Transactions of AMS, 331, no. 2, 1992 837-850.

with J. Rosenblatt 'A new maximal inequality and its applications'. Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Syst., 12, 1992 509-558.

with no collaborators 'Pointwise ergodic theorem along the prime numbers'. Israel. J. of Math., 64 no. 2, 1988 315-336.

with no collaborators 'Continuous functions that can be represented as a sum of finitely many periodic functions'. Mat. Lapok 1984.

Refereed Conference Publications

with M. Boshernitzan, R. Jones 'Integer and fractional parts of good averaging sequences for the pointwise ergodic theorem'. Proceedings to "Convergence in Ergodic Theory and ProbabilitY", Columbus, Ohio, Eds.: Bergelson/March/Rosenblatt, Walter de Gruyter and Company., Berlin, New York, 1996, 117-132.

with R. Jones 'Convergence of ergodic averages'. Proceedings to "Convergence in Ergodic Theory and Probability". Columbus Ohio, Eds.: Bergelson/March/Rosenblatt, Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin, New York, 1996, 229-247.

with J. Rosenblatt 'Pointwise ergodic theorems via harmonic analysis'. In: Ergodic theory and its connections with harmonic analysis, Proceedings of the Alexandria, 1993, conference (K. Peterson and I. Salama, editors), Cambridge University, 1995 3-151.

Presentations - Conference (refereed *)

Ergodic aspects of modern dynamics, 2018, Spring, Bedlewo, Poland

2016 Vienna, Austria, Randomness and Determinism in Number Theory

AMS sectional meeting in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical systems, Huntsville, AL

2015 Ergodic Theory and Additive Number Theory conference, Kristiansand, Norway

2015 Ergodic Theory conference, Eilat, Israel

2014 Wabash topology conference, University of Utah

2014 AMS speciall session, Knoxville, TN

2014 Conference on Ergodic theory and number theory, Torun, Poland

2013 Conference on Number theory and Dynamics, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2013 Conference on Arithmetic and Ergodic Theory, Heraklion, Greece.

2011 Seminar talk, University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece.

Dynamics conference, Paris, 2009

2008 Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, Ergodic th and additive combinatorics special semester seminar

2008 University of Victoria, Northwest Dynamical System Conference to honor Karl Petersen

2007 University of Tours, France, Colloquium

AMS special session, Davidson College, 2007

Roger Jones' retirement conference, DePaul University, 2005

Katznelson 70th birthday conference, Stanford University

Harmonic Analysis, AMS Special Session, Georgia Tech

Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, Paris, France

AMS Special Session in Ergodic Theory, Toronto, Canada

Conference on Ergodic Theory, Chranov, Czech Republic

Conference on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical systems, University of Maryland.

Convergence in Ergodic Theory and Probability, Columbus, Ohio.

Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic theory, Alexandria, Egyiptom.

Special session in Ergodic Theory, (AMS), The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Special session in Ergodic Theory, (AMS), Manhattan, Kansas.

Almost everywhere convergence in ergodic theory and probability theory, Northwestern University, Evanston

Presentations - Universities/Industry (refereed *)

2014 Colloquium talk, University of Victoria, Canada

2012 Colloquium talk, University of Alabama, Birmingham

2010 Colloquium talk, University of Tours, France.

Dynamical systems seminar, Rice university, 2007

Colloquium, University of Tours, France, 2006

Northwestern University, Dynamical Systems seminar, 2005

Colloquium talk, Penn. State

BIRS workshop in ergodic theory, Banff, Canada

Talks at colloquium and analysis seminar, University of Georgia

Colloquium talk, Marseilles, France

Probability Seminar, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

Colloquium talk, University of Tours, Tours, France.

Colloquium talk, Rice University, Houston

Colloquium talk, University of North Dakota.

Analysis Seminar, University of Chicago, Chicago.

Colloquium talk, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

Colloquium talk, DePaul University, Chicago


SUPPORT

(External)

ACTIVITY AGENCY/SOURCE AMOUNT PERIOD
Norway Conference grantNational Science Foundation 40,000 2015-16
Grant, A.e. convergence and recurrenceNational Science Foundation 125000 2011-15
A.e Convergence and recurrenceNational Science Foundation 135,000 2008-2010
A.e. Convergence,National Science Foundation $ 78,000 2001-2005
A.e. Convergence,National Science Foundation $ 65,000 1998-2001
A.e. Convergence,National Science Foundation $ 60,000 1995-1998

OUTREACH

Project/s summary

PROJECT PARTICIPANTS PERIOD SPONSORSHIP
Talks at Bolton highschool, Arlington, TN high school classes Fall of 2018  
Swim coaching Students from Grizzlies Academy charter school 2016 fall Grizzlies Academy, Memphis, TN
Interesting mathematical topics Elementary school teachers 2009 MSRI

SERVICE
UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE/ACTIVITY PERIOD
University of Memphis senator 2018
University of Memphis Chair, undergraduate committee 2018 Fall
University of Memphis Chair's committee 2018
University of Memphis T&P 2018
University of Memphis Math department senator 2016-17
University of Memphis Math department senator 2015-16
University of Memphis Chair's advisory committee 2016-17
University of Memphis Undergrad Committee 2016-17
University of Memphis Math Department senator 2014/2015
University of Memphis Chair's advisory committee 2014/2015
University of Memphis Chair's advisory committee 2013/2014
University of Memphis Graduate committee 2013/2014
T&P, College of Arts and Sciences committee 2011-2013
University of Memphis graduate programs 2006/2007
University of Memphis Faculty Senate 2002-2005
University of Memphis Undergraduate Travel (Colloquium Chair) 1998-1999
University of Memphis FRG Committee Member 2000-2001
University of Memphis Computer Advisory 1997-1998
University of Memphis Computer Advisory 1996-1997

Appendix A

Academic Year (please indicate year) Course # Course Name Credit Hours Percent Taught Enroll Labratory Supervised(S)/Instructed(I) New Preparation (Y) /(N)
2017/18 2702 Introduction to Proofs 3   15   No
2016-17 Math 1480 Math for elementary school teachers 3 100 25   Y
2016-17 Math 2702 Introduction to proofs 3 100 17   n
2015/16 1421 Honors Calculus 1 3 100 15   N
2015/16 3410 Honors Math Seminar 1 1 100 16   Y
2015/16 3411 Honors Math Seminar 2 1 100 5   y
2014/15 4351/6351 Analysis 2 3 100 10   ye
2014/15 2421 Honors Calculus 2 3 100 15   Ye
2014/2015 1421 Honors calculus 1 4 100 12   ye
2014/2015 4350/6350 Analysis 1 3 100 10   ye
2014/2015   Honors seminar 3 100 9   ye
2013/2014 3242 Linear Algebra 3   15   Y
2013-2014 7613 Graduate Probability 3   5   Y
2013-2014 7960 Reading Course in Real analysis NA   1   Y
2013-2014 2702 Introduction to proofs 3   12   N
2013-2014 2702 Introduction to proofs 3   11   N
2011/2012 2702 Introduction to Proofs 3       No
2012/13 3242 Linear Algebra 3       Ye
2011/12 3*** Differential equations 3       Ye
2012/13 3*** Differential equations 3       No
2012/13 4635-6635 Probability 3       ye
2009/2010 1420 Foundations of Mathematics 3 50 80   n
2009/2010 2702 Introduction to proofs 3 50 20   n
2008/2009 math 1830 Calculus 3 100 70   y
2006/2007 math 7635-001 Math publishing 3 50 15 y n
2006/2007 math 8812 Individual studies 3 50 1   y
2006/2007 math 1420-008 Foundations of Math 3 30 80 n n
2006/2007 math 1420-010 Foundations of Math 3 30 80 n n
2006/2007 6350/4350 Intro to Real analysis 3 30 10 n y
2006/2007 8813-14 DIR RSRCH MATH 3 10 1 n y
Spring 2006 2702-01 Introduction to proofs 3 100 20   y
Fall 2005 3221-01 Number theory 3 100 10   Y
Fall 2005 1710-12 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 100 80   Y
Fall 2005 1710-10 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 100 80   y
Spring 2005 Math 9665 Latex 3 100 20 I Y
  Math 4635 Probab 3 100 30   N
  Math 1420 Foundations of Math II 3 100 80   Y
Fall 2004 Math 1420 Foundations of Math II 3 100 80   Y
Spring 2004 Math 4635 Probab 3 100 30   Y
  Math 2000 Math for elem school teachers 3 100 30   Y
  Math 1420 Concepts of Numbers 3 100 65   N
Fall 2003 Math 1410 Concepts of Numbers 3 100 85   N
Spring 2003 Math 1410 Concepts of Numbers 3 100 60   N
  Math 7361 Complex Analysis 3 100 5   Y
  Math 1420 Concepts of Numbers 3 100 60   N
Fall 2002 Math 2000 Experiences in math 3 100 28    
  Math 6261 Abstract algebra 3.0 100 22   Y
Spring 2002 Math 2702 Fundamentals of Math and proofs 3.0 100 5   Y
Spring 2001 Math 2000 Experiences in Math 3.0 100 30   N
  Math 8960 Tex 3.0 100 15 I Y
  Math 2000 Experiences in Math 3.0 100 30   <
Fall 2000 Math 2000 Experiences in Math 3.0 100 30   Y
  Math 4261 Abstract Algebra 3.0 100 1   Y
Spring 1999 Math 7411 Topology 3.0 100 4   Y
  Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 26   N
  Math 1181 Concepts of Numbers 3.0 100 21   N
Fall 1998 Math 1181 Concepts of Numbers 3.0 100 73   N
  Math 1182 Concepts of Algebra 3.0 100 42   Y
Spring 1998 Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 84   N
  Math 3242 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3.0 100 15   N
Fall 1997 Math 1181 Concepts of Numbers 3.0 100 80   Y
Summer 1997 Math 4261 Abstract Algebra 3.0 100 1   Y
  Math 7411 Point Set Topology 3.0 100 6   Y
Spring 1997 Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 87   N
  Math 4/6411 Topology 3.0 100 10   Y
Fall 1996 Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 65   N
  Math 4/6261 Abstract Algebra 3.0 100 20   Y
Spring 1996 Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 50   N
Fall 1995 Math 1312 Elementary Calculus 3.0 100 43   Y
  Math 3242 Intro to Linear Algebra 3.0 100 6   Y

Appendix B

2016 Currently advising 5 undergrad students. One will graduate this Spring, another will graduate this Fall.
 
2013/2014 Has 5 new undergraduate math major advisees.
 
2010-2013 Andy Parrish in Urbana
 

Appendix C

Additional Information on Research/Scholarship/Creative Activities
 
Served as an NSF grant panel member
 
APPENDIX D
 
Additional Information on Support
 
APPENDIX E
 
Additional Information on Outreach
 

Appendix E

Additional Information on Outreach