Zoltan Mann is a researcher with wide-ranging interests in computer science, from theory (optimization problems, algorithms, complexity) to practice (security and privacy, data protection, cloud computing, edge computing). Before joining the University of Amsterdam in 2021, he worked as associate professor at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary) and as senior researcher at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany). In addition, he held various industry positions in software engineering, IT consulting, and management consulting. He is the head of the Data Protection task force of the European Big Data Value Association.
PhD in Computer Science, 2005
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
MSc in Mathematics, 2004
Lorand Eotvos University
MSc in Computer Science, 2001
Budapest University of Technology and Economics; University of Karlsruhe