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Attila Csenki

Senior Lecturer in Mathematics

Faculty/Dept/School Department of Computer Science
(Faculty of Engineering and Informatics)
Telephone +441274 234277


Educational background: 1959-1969 Primary and secondary schooling in Budapest, Hungary. 1969-1972 Secondary schooling in Freiburg, Germany. 1972 Abitur (The German equivalent of A-levels) in Freiburg. 1972-1977 Study of Mathematics, Physics and Business Studies (BWL) at Freiburg University, Germany. 1977 First degree Diplommathematiker in Mathematics at Freiburg University; sehr gut (top grade in all subjects). 1977-1980 Postgraduate research work in Probability and Statistics at Freiburg University. 1980 Doctoral degree Dr. rer. nat. in Mathematics at Freiburg University; cum laude. 1982-1985 Undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering at University College London. 1985 BSc(Eng) in Civil Engineering from University College London with first class honours. 1993 Habilitation in Mathematics at the Technical University Freiberg (Bergakademie), Freiberg (Saxony), Germany. Work experience: 1977-1979 Research assistant in Mathematics at Freiburg University. 1980-1982 Software engineer and programmer with Siemens in Dusseldorf, Germany. 1983, 1984 Assistant Structural Engineer with O. Arup & Partners, London: university summer vacation position (throughout the summers 83 & 84). 1985-1987 Research engineer with J. P. Kenny and Partners, London (Offshore Engineering, Structural Reliability). 1987-1990 Research fellow in the Centre for Software Reliability, The City University, London. 1990-1995 Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Aston University, Birmingham. 1995-2000 Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Bradford. 2000- Lecturer in the School of Informatics, University of Bradford Professional qualifications and membership in professional societies and work related organizations: C.Math, F.I.M.A. Member of UCU (formerly the AUT) Research interests: Reliability Theory, Operational Research, Maintenance Modelling, Computer Theory, Finite Automata, Formal Languages, Artificial Intelligence