Summer Symposium in Real Analysis XXXVI
"The Keystone Symposium"

Zoltán Buczolich received his Ph. D., and completed his Habilitation, at the prestigious Eötvös Lorand University in Hungary. His thesis was written under the direction of Miklós Laczkovich. Professor Buczolich has been a member of the Mathematical Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and a member of the Mathematical Jury of the Hungarian National Science Foundation.

Professor Buczolich has collaborated with many mathematicians, including J-P Kahane, D. Mauldin, and A. Olevski. In particular, in 2005 he solved the long-standing Gradient Problem, first posed by Clifford Weil in 1990. Professor Buczolich has also collaborated with I. Assani, R. Daniel, U. Darji, A. Máthé, S. Seuret and many others in the fields of Classical Real Analysis, Measures on Fractals and Ergodic theory.

Professor Buczolich has had Lectureships at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Michigan State University, and the University of North Texas and several visiting research positions including the University of Paris. He is currently Associate Professor of Mathematics at Eötvös Lorand University.