Curriculum Vitae

Tamás F. Móri


Born: November 9, 1953 in Budapest, Hungary


1973-1978  mathematics at Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, specialization in probability theory and mathematical statistics.

1978  M.Sc. with thesis "Central limit theorems for martingales", Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

1981  Dr.Univ. with thesis "Optimal strategies in favourable stochastic games", Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

1994  CSc. with thesis "Cover times", Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Department of Probability Theory and Statistics, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

1978-1980  Research Assistant

1980-1982  Assistant Lecturer

1982-1994  Assistant Professor

1994-2019  Associate Professor


Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics


2019-2020  Research Professor

Other institutions

1985-1990  Research worker, Mathematical Institute of HAS (part time)

1990-1991  Visiting research fellow, Mathematical Institute of HAS (on leave from Loránd Eötvös University)

1992  University of Sheffield (UK), Department of Probability and Statistics (one month visit, TEMPUS Individual Mobility Grant)


Combinatorial probability, runs and patterns, asymptotic methods, limit theorems, reliability theory, random graphs and networks (05C80, 60C05, 60F.., 62N05). Applications in biology, stochastic modeling, evolutionary game theory.


42 years at Eötvös L. University. Various courses in probability theory, mathematical statistics and related particular topics, on undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels.


Pure mathematics

Topics: Martingale theory with applications, optimal stopping, combinatorial probability, limit theorems.

Scientific research projects:

1985-1987 TPB KKFA Grant: "Stochastic processes and applications"

1986-1990  OTKA Grant: "Limit theorems in probability theory; stochastic processes"

1986-1990  OTKA Grant: "Martingale theory and applications"

1991-1994  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic, combinatorial and algebraic methods in probability and the theory of stochastic processes"

1991-1994  OTKA Grant: "Reliability theory"

1995-1998  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic methods in probability theory and statistics"

1995-1998  OTKA Grant: "Probability measures"

1995-1998  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic behaviour of large stochastic systems"

1999-2003  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic methods in stochastics"

2003-2006  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic methods in stochastics"

2007-2011  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic methods in stochastics"

2010-2012  TÁMOP 4.2.1. B-09/1/KMR-2010-0003

2013-2017  OTKA Grant: "Asymptotic methods in stochastics"

2017-2021  NKFI Grant: "Weak and strong dependence in probability theory, analysis and combinatorics"


List of publications

Citations in Google Scholar (not precise)

Applied mathematics, computer programming

1979-1981  Computerized record system of fixed assets for the Hungarian Electricity Supply Trust

1987-1990  Teaching programs in mathematics (complex function theory) on IBM compatible PCs

1989  Program package for survival data analysis.


1979-  János Bolyai Mathematical Society, Budapest

1979-2011  ISI Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability, particularly:

2000-2004  Member of the European Regional Committee

1988-1992  Regional editor at ISI Statistical Theory and Method Abstracts


1979  Award of the Ministry of Education

1981  Géza Grünwald Prize of the J. Bolyai Mathematical Society

1983  Award "Promotio Sub Auspiciis Rei Publicae Popularis" of the Presidium of the Hungarian People's Republic.

1998-2001  Széchenyi Professorial Fellowship

2015  Szent-Györgyi Albert prize  (Ministry of Human Capacities)