Surname: Hausel
First name: Tamás
Date of birth: 1972
Nationality: Hungarian 


2016-today Professor, Hausel groupInstitute of Science and Technology, Austria

2012-2017 Professor, Chair of GeometryÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

2005-2012 Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Mathematical Insitute of University of Oxford

2007-2012 Tutorial Fellow in Pure Mathematics in Wadham College of University of Oxford

2007-2012 University Lecturer in Pure Mathematics in the Mathematical Insitute of University of Oxford

2007-2008 Offered membership at School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. (declined)

2006-2010 Associate Professor at UT Austin

2006 Spring Sloan Research Fellow at UT Austin

2002-2006 Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics of University of Texas at Austin .

1999-2002 Miller Research Fellow of the Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, at the Department of MathematicsUniversity of California, Berkeley;
hosts: Prof. Nicolai Reshetikhin and Prof. Bernd Sturmfels

1998-1999 Member of the School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
mentor: Prof. Pierre Deligne

1998-2001 Awarded Junior Research Fellowship of St John’s College, Oxford (declined)

2.1 Scientific visits

2023 September, KIAS Seoul and IPMU Tokyo

2020 February, Representation theory , Institute Henri Poincare, Paris

2019 August, Harbin Institute of Technology, and Tsinghua University, China

2011 July-August, Nonperturbative Effects and Dualities in QFT and Integrable SystemsKavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara

2010, March-April, GQT guest professor, University of Amsterdam

2009, August-September, Visiting professor at University of Montpellier 2

2008, April Research in Pairs program with Emmanual Letellier and Fernando Rodriguez-Villegas, Mathematishes Forschungsinstitute Oberwolfach

2007 Summer, Marie Curie Fellow for the Transfer of Knowledge, Rényi Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

1998, June Researcher with Prof. Michael Thaddeus in the Research in Pairs programMathematishes Forshcungsinstitute Oberwolfach 


1997-1998 Visiting Student at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK

1995-1998 Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, UK
Supervisor: Prof. Nigel Hitchin
College Contact: Sir Michael Atiyah

1994-1995 Certificate of Advanced Mathematics with Distinction at Department of Mathematics, University of Cambridge

1992 Michaelmas term, Visiting Student at Trinity College , University of Cambridge, UK

1990-1995 Diploma (BA,MA) in Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

1982-1990 Fazekas Mihály Primary and Secondary School, Budapest, Special Mathematics class 


2022-2025 PI on FWF standalone grant (EUR 378K)

2013-2018 PI on ERC advanced investigator grant (EUR 1.3M) 

2013-2015 PI on FNS standard grant (CHF 335K)

2011-2013 PI on EPSRC standard grant EP/I020519/1 (GBP 157K)

2010-2013 extension of Royal Society University Research Fellowship (GBP 307K)

2009-2013 PI on EPSRC firs grant EP/G027110/1 (GBP 414K)

2006-2010 PI on NSF grant DMS-0604775 (USD 242K)

2005-2010 Royal Society University Research Fellowship (GBP 250K)

2005-2007 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship (USD 45K)

2003-2006 co-PI on NSF grant DMS-0305505

5. Editorial Board

2023- Journal of the European Mathematical Society

2022- Moduli

2013-2023 Journal de l’École polytechnique


2022, invited speaker at International Congress of Mathematicians, online

2021, invited speaker at International Congress on Mathematical Physics, Geneva

2020, member of International Advisory Board for International Congress of Mathematics, 2022

2020, member of Academia Europaea

2013-2018 ERC advanced investigator grant

2010 Simons lecture series, Stony Brook

2008 Whitehead prize of the London Mathematical Society

2005-2013 Royal Society University Research Fellowship

2005-2007 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship

2005 Summer Research Assignment of the University of Texas at Austin

1999-2002 Miller Research Fellowship; awarded by the Miller Institute in Basic Research in Science

1997 John Knight essay prize in Mathematics at University of Cambridge
(placed in Group 1 of 5 groups- with paper: Compactification of moduli of Higgs bundles)

1995 Elected Research Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge

1995-1998 Overseas Research Students Award of the British Goverment
(which provides the difference between the Home and Overseas Rate of the Cambridge University tuition fees to overseas postgraduate students of outstanding merit and research potential)

1995 Eastern European Bursary of Trinity College, Cambridge

1994 Eastern European Research Bursary of Trinity College, Cambridge

(covering all fees and maintenance grant for Part III of the Mathematical Tripos of Cambridge University)

1992,1993,1994 Scholarship of the Republic of Hungary
(for outstanding university students)

1993 First Prize of Rényi Kató Award of Bolyai János Mathematical Society
(for young mathematicians with exceptional research achievement)

1992 Visiting Scholarship of the Peregrinatio Foundation, Budapest
(covering maintenance grant for a one term visiting studentship at Trinity College, Cambridge)

1991 Second Prize at the Essay competition in Mathematics of the Hungarian Ministry of Education
(with paper: On a Gallai-type problem for lattices )

1991 4-5th price at the Schweitzer Miklós competition for university students of Hungary

1990 Second Prize at the International Mathematical Olympiad, Beijing;
(yielding an automatic admission to University without application)
Hungarian Team’s final result: 6th of 56 teams