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Report on the "English Language Section of Varga Tamás Days 2009"
169175Views:30The 9th English Language Section as a part of the Varga Tamás Days was organised by the Department of Mathematics Education at the Teacher Training Institute of the Eötvös Loránd University. We report on the talks and the following discussions in this section. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 30  February 1, 2009, Debrecen, Hungary
165186Views:17The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Debrecen, Hungary from January 30 to February 1, 2009. The 49 Hungarian participants – including 15 PhD students – came from 18 cities and represented 29 institutions of higher education. The abstracts of the talks and the posters and also the list of participants are presented in this report. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 20  January 22, 2012, Levoča, Slovakia
205230Views:22The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Levoca, Slovakia from the 20th to the 22th of January, 2012. The 66 participants – including 54 lecturers and 25 PhD students – came from 6 countries, 20 cities and represented 33 institutions of higher and secondary education. The abstract of the talks and the posters and also the list of participants are presented in this report. 
Report on INFODIDACT 2008  the First National Conference on Didactics of Informatics: 1112 April, 2008, Szombathely, Hungary
12Views:4Acquiring a PhD in any subject has been possible only in the last twentish years in Hungary. To take degree in didactics, especially didactics of informatics is still very difficult. There are not enough forums for the PhD students where they could report of their research work and results. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 28 – January 30, 2011, Satu Mare, Romania
159179Views:10The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Science was held in SatuMare, Romania from the 28th to the 30th of January, 2011. The 46 Hungarian participants – including 34 lecturers and 12 PhD students – came from 3 countries, 14 cities and represented 20 institutions of higher education. The abstract of the talks and the posters and also the list of participants are presented in this report. 
Report on the Conference of History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics: research in History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics : University of Szeged 1923 May, 2010, Szeged, Hungary
319338Views:31The 6th Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics was held in Szeged (Hungary). Its motto reads as:
Mathematics – a common language for Europe for thousand years.
The aim of the conference was to present aspects of History of Mathematics, including its impact on Teaching of Mathematics, to provide a forum to meet each other, and to give an opportunity for young researchers to present their results in these fields. University colleagues, students, graduate students and other researchers were invited. The programme of the Conference included talks and posters. The abstracts of the lectures and the posters are presented in this report. There were 24 presentations and poster lectures. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 21 – January 23, 2010, Debrecen, Hungary
177195Views:11The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Debrecen, Hungary from January 21 to January 23, 2010. The 42 Hungarian participants – including 16 PhD students – came from 5 countries, 14 cities and represented 25 institutions of higher education. The abstracts of the talks and the posters and also the list of participants are presented in this report. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, April 13, 2022 Baja, Hungary
135155Views:155The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Baja, Hungary, at Eötvös József College, from the 1st to the 3th of April, 2022. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of the University of Debrecen and by Eötvös József College. The 62 participants  including 18 PhD students  came from 8 countries and represented 26 institutions of higher and secondary education. There were 3 plenary and 40 session talks in the program.

Report on "English Language Section of Varga Tamás Days": annual meeting, 11–12 November, 2005, Budapest, Hungary
217223Views:34The Department of Mathematics Education at Teacher Training Institute of Eötvös University organised the 5th English Language Section as a part of Varga Tamás Methodical Days. We discuss the activities based on the authors' abstracts. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2527, 2013 Oradea, Romania
123143Views:11The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Oradea, Romania from the 25th to the 27th of January, 2013 at the Partium Christian University. It was organized by the PhD School of Mathematics and Computer Sciences of the University of Debrecen and the Partium Christian University in Oradea. The meeting was supported by the project: TAMOP4.2.2/B/10/120100024.
The 61 participants – including 50 lecturers and 21 PhD students – came from 5 countries, 22 cities and represented 35 intstitutions of higher education. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2325, 2015 Novi Sad, Serbia
141162Views:12The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Novi Sad, Serbia from the 23th to the 25th of January, 2015 at the University of Novi Sad. It was organized by the PhD School of Mathematics and Computer Sciences of the University of Debrecen and the Department of Mathematics and Informatics of the University of Novi Sad.
The 70 participants – including 42 lecturers, and 18 PhD students – came from 9 countries, 28 cities and represented 40 intstitutions of higher education. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2628, 2018 Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary
131153Views:7The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary from the 26th to the 28th of January, 2018. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of University of Debrecen.
The 61 participants – including 47 lectures and 17 PhD students – came from 8 countries, 21 cities and represented 37 institutions of higher and secondary education. 
Report on "Problem Solving in Mathematics Education": ProMath 6 Conference, 8–11 September, 2005, Debrecen, Hungary
313319Views:28The sixth ProMath Conference was organized at the University of Debrecen (Hungary) in the year 2005. There were 12 presentations. After a short historical introduction we present the 12 abstracts written by the authors. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2729, 2017 Budapest, Hungary
109128Views:10The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Budapest, Hungary from the 27th to the 29th of January, 2017 at Eötvös Lorand University. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of University of Debrecen and the Department of Mathematics Teaching and Education Centre Institute of Mathematics.
The 62 participants – including 43 lecturers and 20 PhD students – came from 7 countries, 22 cities and represented 35 institutions of higher and secondary education. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: February 13, 2019 Stúrovo, Slovakia
105129Views:145The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Sturovo, Slovakia from the 1st to the 3th of February, 2019. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of University of Debrecen. The 63 participants – including 17 PhD students – came from 7 countries, 22 cities and represented 36 institutions of higher and secondary education. There were 4 plenary, 42 session talks and 7 poster presentations in the program.

Report of Conference XL. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science August 2224, 2016 Székesfehérvár, Hungary
259276Views:8The XL. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer Sciences (MAFIOK) was held in Székesfehérvár, Hungary between 22 and 24 August, 2016 at the Alba Regia Technical Faculty of Óbuda University. For the threeday event, more than 80 persons were registered and more than 40 lectures were given. The fortieth anniversary scientific conference was designed for researchers and teachers in mathematics, physics and informatics to promote modern and efficient education in higher education, and through poster presentations and personal meetings to exchange experience. The opening ceremony of the conference followed by the three plenary lectures took place at the ceremonial hall of the Town Hall. ... 
Report on "The Computer Algebra and Dynamical Geometry Systems, as the catalysts of the Mathematics education": Conference, 67 June, 2003, Pécs, Hungary
259269Views:8The Department of Mathematics of the University of Pécs, Pollack Mihály Engineering Faculty organized in the year 2003 a conference on the role of CAS and DGS in the Mathematics education. We discuss – based on the authors' abstracts – the conference's activities. 
Report on the First Central and Eastern European Conference on Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Education, 2023 June, 2007, Pécs, Hungary
409413Views:23The Department of Mathematics of the University of Pécs, Pollack Mihály Engineering Faculty organized in the year 2007 a conference on the role of CAS and DGS in the Mathematics education. We discuss the conference's activities. 
Report of conference XXXVIII. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer Sciences: August 2527, 2014 Pécs, Hungary
281303Views:6The XXXVIII. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer Sciences (MAFIOK) was held in Pécs, Hungary between 25 and 27 August, 2014 at the Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology. It was organized by the Engineering Mathematics Department. The 65 participants – including 4 invited lecturers and 53 lecturers – came from 2 countries and represented 14 institutions of higher education. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2224, 2016 Bratislava, Slovakia
115137Views:17The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Bratislava, Slovakia from the 22th to the 24th of January, 2016 at Comenius University in Bratislava. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of University of Debrecen and the Faculty of Education of Comenius University.
The 60 participants – including 47 lecturers and 15 PhD students – came from 5 countries, 23 cities and represented 32 institutions of higher and secondary education. 
Report on the Conference of History of Mathematics & Teaching of Mathematics with Special Subject Ethnomathematics: Research in History of Mathematics & Teaching of Mathematics : University of Miskolc, 18–21 May, 2006, Miskolc, Hungary
437449Views:29The 4th Conference on History of Mathematics & Teaching of Mathematics with Special Subject Ethnomathematics was organized at the University of Miskolc (Hungary). The aim of the conference was to present aspects of the History of Mathematics and Ethnomathematics, including its impact on the Teaching of Mathematics.
Its motto was: Mathematics – a common language for Europe for thousand years.
There were 21 presentations, a poster lecture (J. Kolumbán, University of Cluj, Romania) and an exhibition made by students of Eötvös University, Budapest (R. Tanács, K. Varga).
After a short historical introduction we present 19 abstracts and the poster lecture. 
Report of meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: January 2426, 2014 Eger, Hungary
117134Views:10The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
was held in Eger, Hungary from the 24th to the 26th of January, 2014 at the
Eszterházy Károly College. It was organized by the PhD School of Mathematics and Computer Sciences of the University of Debrecen and the Eszterházy Károly College in Eger.
The 58 participants – including 43 lecturers and 18 PhD students – came from 7 countries, 15 cities and represented 22 institutions of higher education. 
Report of Conference XXXIX. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer ScienceAugust 2426, 2015 Kaposvár, Hungary
309331Views:8The XXXIX. National Conference on Teaching Mathematics, Physics and Computer Sciences (MAFIOK) was held in Kaposvár, Hungary between 24 and 26 August, 2015 at the Faculty of Economic Sciences of Kaposvár University. It was organized by the Department of Mathematics and Physics. The 67 participants – including 5 invited lecturers and 54 lecturers – came from 5 countries and represented 16 institutions of higher education. 
Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences: 31 March – 2 April, 2023 Oradea, Romania
83107Views:160The meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences was held in Oradea, Romania, at Partium Christian University, from 31 March to 2 April, 2023. It was organized by the Doctoral School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences of the University of Debrecen and Partium Christian University. The 85 participants – including 18 PhD students – came from 9 countries and represented 30 institutions of higher and secondary education. There were 4 plenary and 53 session talks in the program.

Algorithmics of the knapsack type tasks
3771Views:25We propose a new kind of approach of the teaching of knapsack type problems in the classroom. We will remind you the context of the general knapsacktask and we will classify it, including the two most popular task variants: the discrete and the continuous one. Once we briefly present the solving algorithm of the continuous variant, we will focus on the solving of the discrete task, and we will determine the complexity of the algorithms, looking for different optimizing possibilities. All these issues are presented in a useful way for highschool teachers, who are preparing students in order to participate in different programming contests.