- PO 57183, 2 King St W, Hamilton, ON, L8P4X1
- +1 (905) 906 - 3579
- jvass@yorku.ca, jozsef.vass@outlook.com

*Specializations*: 1. Optimization / Operations Research; 2. Algebra and Number Theory.

- PO 57183, 2 King St W, Hamilton, ON, L8P4X1
- +1 (905) 906 - 3579
- jvass@yorku.ca, jozsef.vass@outlook.com

*Specializations*: 1. Optimization / Operations Research; 2. Algebra and Number Theory.

Awarded for studies and research annually per programme. Equivalent to summa cum laude.

Awarded for qualifying papers submitted to the conference of the Institute, held on Nov. 26, 2003.

Research involving Numerical Analysis and Optimization, while programming in MatLab and C++.

Independent research involving Fractal Analysis and Functional Analysis.

Research requiring Fractal Geometry and Analysis, Functional Analysis, Algorithms, Visualization.

Research in Number Theory begun as an undergraduate, which became my master's thesis.

**A Fast Stable Discretization of the Constant - Convection - Diffusion - Reaction Equations of Kinetic Capillary Electrophoresis (KCE)**, J. Vass, S.N. Krylov*Status*: Submitted. /16 ps, postdoctoral/

**Estimating Kinetic Rate Constants and Plug Concentration Profiles from Simulated KCE Electropherogram Signals**, J. Vass, S.N. Krylov*Status*: To be submitted. /14 ps, postdoctoral/

**A Computational Resolution of the Inverse Problem of Kinetic Capillary Electrophoresis (KCE)**, J. Vass, S.N. Krylov*Status*: In preparation. /postdoctoral/

**On the Exact Convex Hull of IFS Fractals****Status*: Submitted. /38 ps, includes PhD and post-PhD work/

**Fractal Potentials of the Laplace and Wave Equations***Status*: In preparation. /~15 ps, all post-PhD work/

**A Generalization of Euler’s Criterion to Composite Moduli***Published in*: Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics. Vol. 22, No. 3, p. 9-19. /2016, 11 ps, MSc/*Remarks*: Paul Erdős, Founding Editor; Index Copernicus Value (ICV) 2012: 5.48.

**Apollonian Circumcircles of IFS Fractals***Published in*: Forum Geometricorum, Vol. 16, p. 323–329. /2016, 7 ps, PhD/*Remarks*: a leading journal in Classical Geometry; John H. Conway, Journal Advisor.

**On Intersecting IFS Fractals with Lines***Published in*: Fractals, World Scientific, Vol. 22, No. 4, 1450014. /2014, 8 ps, PhD/*Remarks*: leading journal in the field; Benoît B. Mandelbrot, Honorary Editor Emeritus; IF 2015: 1.412.

**Geodesics of the Structural Similarity Index**, D. Brunet, J. Vass, E.R. Vrscay, Z. Wang*Published in*: Applied Mathematics Letters, Vol. 25, p. 1921–1925. /2012, 5 ps, side project during PhD/*Remark*: IF 2015: 1.659.

**On the Geometry of IFS Fractals and its Applications**

PhD Thesis, University of Waterloo. /2013, 116 pgs/

**On Composite Moduli from the Viewpoint of Idempotent Numbers**

MSc Thesis, Eötvös Loránd University. /2004, 44 pgs/

**Solution of a Simple Case of the Navier-Stokes Equations via Employing the Lambert W Function***Refereed for*: Scientific Student Conference, Eötvös Loránd University. /2003, 6 ps, undergraduate/

*** Papers without an author given were single-authored.**

- Math 116 - Calculus 1 for Engineering.
- Math 127 - Calculus 1 for the Sciences /coordinator/.
- Math 138 - Calculus 2 For Honours Mathematics.
- Math 228 - Differential Equations for Physics and Chemistry /coordinator/.
- Math 237 - Calculus 3 for Honours Mathematics /twice/.

- Math 127 - Calculus 1 for the Sciences /twice/.
- Math 135 - Algebra for Honours Mathematics.
- Math 217 - Calculus 3 for Chemical Engineering.
- AMath 231 - Calculus 4 /twice/.
- Math 235 - Linear Algebra 2 for Honours Mathematics.

- Math 211 - Advanced Calculus 1 for Electrical and Computer Engineering.
- Math 212n - Advanced Calculus 2 for Nanotechnology Engineering.
- AMath 332 - Applied Complex Analysis /twice/.
- AMath 351 - Ordinary Differential Equations 2.

- SE 3IO3 - Communication Skills for Engineers.
- ME 2B03 - Engineering Measurements.

- Calculus 1 for Mathematics and Computer Science majors.

Forecast analysis of national gas usage data with Advantica Forecaster. Consulting done for E.ON Hungary, after training at Advantica HQ /UK/.

Teaching evening classes at various language schools in Budapest including Dover, NovoSchool, Concord, and Shimoda Language Schools.

Programming project to specifications. Extracting and analyzing database data in Excel Visual Basic, with documented statistical implementation.

Translating articles to English about tourism in Hungary.

Entering, graphing, and analyzing data in MS Excel from surveys conducted by the company.

**Fractal Geometry, Analysis, and Applications***Event*: 2016 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Role*: Corresponding Organizer /Co-Organizer: Franklin Mendivil/*Location*: Dec. 2-5, 2016, Sheraton on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Canada

**Fractal Potentials of the Laplace and Wave Equations***Event*: 2016 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Session*: Fractal Geometry, Analysis, and Applications*Location*: Dec. 2-5, 2016, Sheraton on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Canada

**Minimization of the Inverse Problem Error between the Solutions of the KCE Equations and Experimental Data***Event*: 2016 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Session*: Large Scale Optimization: Theory, Algorithms and Applications /in memoriam Jonathan Borwein/*Location*: Dec. 2-5, 2016, Sheraton on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Canada

**On the Exact Convex Hull of IFS Fractals***Event*: 2014 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Session*: Frames, Fractals, Tiling, and Wavelets, in Connection with the Fuglede's Conjecture*Location*: Dec. 5-8, 2014, Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton, Canada

**The Inverse Problem of Fractal Potential Flows***Event*: AMMCS-2013, Conference on Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science*Session*: Applied Analysis & Inverse Problems*Location*: Aug. 26-30, 2013, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada

**Fractal Geometry via Containment, and the Exact Convex Hull of C-Type IFS Fractals***Event*: 2013 Summer Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Session*: Analysis, Geometry and Topology on Fractals, Wavelets and Self-Similar Tilings*Location*: Jun. 4-7, 2013, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

**An Exact Model of Fully Developed Turbulence***Event*: 2012 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society*Session*: Applied Mathematics*Location*: Dec. 7-10, 2012, Fairmont Queen Elizabeth, Montreal, Canada

**Idempotent Numbers and the Solvability of x^k ≡ a (mod m)****Solution of a Simple Case of the Navier-Stokes Equations via Employing the Lambert W Function***Event*: 2003 Scientific Student Conference*Location*: Nov. 26, 2003, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

**Resolution of the KCE Inverse Problem to Arbitrary Accuracy for Fixed and Variable Initial Conditions**

**A Generalization of Euler’s Criterion to Composite Moduli***Event*: York Number Theory Seminar, Department of Mathematics and Statistics*Location*: Nov. 11, 2016, York University, Toronto, Canada

**Towards a Numerical Resolution of the KCE Inverse Problem to Arbitrary Accuracy***Event*: Sergey N. Krylov Lab Seminar, Centre for Research on Biomolecular Interactions, Faculty of Science*Location*: May 4, 2016, York University, Toronto, Canada

**A Constructive Approach to the Convex Hull of IFS Fractals in the Plane, and its Generalization***Event*: Fractal Geometry Seminar, Department of Pure Mathematics*Location*: Feb. 10, 2016, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

**Transverse Diffusion of Laminar Flow Profiles — an Overview***Event*: Sergey N. Krylov Lab Seminar, Centre for Research on Biomolecular Interactions, Faculty of Science*Location*: Nov. 16, 2015, York University, Toronto, Canada

**Modeling 2D Flow Fields with Fractal Potential Flows and its Generalization***Event*: Applied and Industrial Mathematical Sciences Laboratory Seminar, Department of Mathematics*Location*: Sep. 22, 2015, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

**On the Geometry of IFS Fractals and its Applications***Event*: PhD Defence Presentation, Department of Applied Mathematics*Location*: Dec. 17, 2013, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

**On the Geometry of IFS Fractals and its Applications***Event*: PhD Thesis Proposal Presentation, Department of Applied Mathematics*Location*: Aug. 15, 2011, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

**On the Geometry of IFS Fractals and its Applications***Event*: PhD Comprehensive Seminar, Department of Applied Mathematics*Location*: May 20, 2011, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

**Fractals and Optimization***Event*: Advanced Optimization Lab (AdvOL) Seminar, School of Computational Science and Engineering*Location*: Dec. 3, 2007, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

**COMSOL Workshop***Location*: Jan. 20, 2016, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

**GAP 2011 — Conference on Connections in Geometry and Physics***Location*: May 13-15, 2011, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada

**KCESolvers | Direct and Inverse Solver for the Parametrized KCE Equations***Location*: Jan. 2016 - present, York University, Canada*Language*:

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**Cantoresque | Visualization of Fractal Potential Flows***Location: *Dec. 2011 - Dec. 2013, University of Waterloo, Canada* Language*:

**Cantoresque | The Convex Hull of 2D IFS Fractals***Location*: Jan. 2010 - Dec. 2013, University of Waterloo, Canada* Language*:

**IdeRegNums | Idempotent and Regular Numbers***Location*: Sep. 2002 - Jun. 2004, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary* Language*:

**Statistical Analysis of Production Data***Location*: Jul. 2002 - Aug. 2002, Sep. 2003 - Oct. 2003, General Electric Lighting, Hungary* Language*:

**Operating systems:** Windows, Mac OS, Linux.**Mathematical / scientific platforms:** MatLab, Scilab, Maple, Mathematica, R, COMSOL.

**Memberships:** AARMS Collaborative Research Group: IFS, Fractals, Invariant Measures and Applications /from Sep. 2017/, Canadian Mathematical Society, János Bolyai Mathematical Society, Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars.**Collaboration distances:** Erdős (4), Gauss (7), Mandelbrot (3).**Profiles:** arXiv.org, GitHub, ResearchGate, Academia.edu, ORCID, zbMATH, MathSciNet, RateMyProfessors.