In 1985, Zoli graduated with highest distinction from Eötvös Loránd University at a mathematical level somewhat equivalent to the masters degree in the U.S. During the same year he entered the Ph.D. program at Eötvös Loránd University as a scholarship student of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
He completed his Ph.D. thesis under the direction of Professor Miklós Laczkovich and received his Ph. D. degree from the Eötvös University in 1988. He is presently an Associate Professor in the Analysis Department at Eötvös University and has held year long visiting positions in the United States at both the University of California-Davis and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a short term visitor position at the University of TelAviv.
Buczolich has published more than 50 research papers and his work includes major contributions to several areas: in classical real analysis he provided the geometric insight needed to complete Pfeffer's program of extending the Henstock integral to higher dmensions, in dynamical systems, he and Karen Brucks (Milwaukee) recently proved that the trajectory of the turning point of a tent map is co-sigma-porous, a significant improvement on known results, and he's made several contributions to the study of derivatives and derivative type properties of real functions.
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