born: Tatabánya, 15 March 1985
primary school: Zoltán Kodály Primary School,
secondary school: László
Bárdos Grammar School, Tatabánya, 1995-2003
applied mathematician, English-Hungarian specialized
translator, University of Debrecen, 2003-2008
PhD scholarship: 2008-2011
assistant lecturer: since 2011
PhD degree: 2011
title of the thesis: Combinatorial
Erasmus Scholarship, Leiden University,
2008: Kató Rényi Memory Prize
knowledge of languages:
 T. Kovács, Combinatorial
Diophantine equations - the genus 1 case, Publ. Math. Debrecen
72 (2008), 243-255.
 L. Hajdu and T. Kovács, Parallel LLL-reduction for bounding the
integral solutions of elliptic equations, Math. Comp. 78 (2009),
 T. Kovács, Combinatorial numbers in binary recurrences, Periodica
Mathematica Hungarica 58 (2009), 83-98.
 T. Kovács, K. Liptai and P. Olajos, On (a,b)-balancing numbers, Publ. Math. Debrecen
77 (2010), 485-498.
 L. Hajdu and T. Kovács, Almost fifth powers in arithmetic
progression, J. Number Theory 131 (2011), 1912-1923.
 L. Aszalós, N. Bátfai, L. Csirmaz, J. Folláth, E. Hajduné Pocsai, T.
Herendi, T. Kovács, Z. Matolcsy, A. Pethő and P. Varga, Secure
utilization of local and regional data assets through mobile
environments, in: Conference Proceedings for ICAI 2010 - 8th
International Conference on Applied Informatics, megjelenés alatt.
 T. Kovács, Combinatorial
Diophantine equations, PhD thesis, University of Debrecen, 2011.
 Combinatorial Diophantine equations
- the genus 1 case (in Hungarian), Diophantine and Cryptography
Days in Berekfürdő, 21-23 April 2006, Berekfürdő.
 Combinatorial Diophantine equations - the genus 1 case, 18th Czech and Slovak
International Conference on Number Theory, 27-31 August 2007, Smolenice (Slovakia).
 Combinatorial numbers in recurrence sequences (in Hungarian), Diophantine and Cryptography Days in
Sopron, 11 October 2008, Sopron.
 Parallel LLL-reduction for elliptic Diophantine equations, Winter
School on Explicit Methods in Number Theory, 26-30 January 2009, Debrecen.
 Combinatorial numbers in binary recurrences, 26th
Journées Arithmétiques, 6-10 July 2009, Saint-Étienne (France).
 Elliptic curves with genus 1 and 2 (in Hungarian), Number Theory
Seminar, 18 March 2010, Eger.
 On (a,b)-balancing numbers, ALANT Joint Conferences on
Algebra, Logic and Number Theory, 21-25 June 2010, Bukowina Tatrzańska (Poland).
 Almost fifth powers in arithmetic progression, Number Theory and its Applications,
An international conference dedicated
to Kálmán Győry, Attila Pethő, János Pintz and András Sárközy, 4-8
October 2010, Debrecen.
 Almost fifth powers in arithmetic progression, 27th
Journées Arithmétiques, 27 June-1 July 2011, Vilnius (Lithuania).
 Almost fifth powers in arithmetic progression, Paul Turán Memorial Conference,
22-26 August 2011, Budapest.
 Almost fifth powers in arithmetic progression, 20th Czech and
Slovak International Conference on Number Theory, 5-9 September 2011, Stará