It was as a high school student in Hungary that Lovász became interested in a career in mathematics. He attended a class given by celebrated mathematician Paul Erdős, and was captivated by the possibilities. “It was the meeting with Dr. Erdős that developed my mathematical talent even further,” he recalls.
The presentation, part of the 10th Annual Kyoto Prize Symposium, will be followed by a question and answer session, and an opportunity for the students and other attendees to meet the renowned mathematician.
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