PhD témák

Témavezető Témavezető intézete Címcsökkenő sorrend
Gali Ádám MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Application of optically detected magnetic resonance spectrometer in a confocal microscope in the study of solid-state quantum bits
Károlyi György Institute of Nuclear Techniques Behavior of random filamentary networks
Domokos Péter MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Cold atoms trapped in optical resonators
Hirn Attila MTA Centre for Energy Research Contaminations and selectivity of silicon detector charged particle detectors for space weather and space dosimetry measurements
Halbritter András Department of Physics Current induced resistive switching in single-atom metallic nanowires
Markó Márton MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Design and optimization of a high-performance neutron spectrometer for ESS
Bányász István MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Design, fabrication and characterization of integrated optical elements and circuits for telecommunication and optical biosensors using ion beam techniques
Hirn Attila MTA Centre for Energy Research Developing data exploitation techniques for multi-instrument, multi-platform space weather and space dosimetry measurements
Wolf György MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Development of a transport model for the study of heavy ion reactions
Hirn Attila MTA Centre for Energy Research Dosimetry measurements with thermoluminescent and nuclear track etch detectors in low Earth orbit
Dóra Balázs Department of Theoretical Physics Dynamical phenomena in quantum systems
Dunai Dániel MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Edge plasma studies with turbulence imaging Beam Emission Spectroscopy diagnostics
Vankó György MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Femtosecond spectroscopy of functional molecules
Börzsönyi Tamás Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Flow of granular materials of complex grain shapes
Légrády Dávid Institute of Nuclear Techniques Highly Accelerated MRI Measurement Sequences
Földes István MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Interactions of noble gas clusters with ultrashort laser pulses
Pokol Gergő Institute of Nuclear Techniques Interplay of plasma waves and transport processes in magnetically confined plasmas
Temleitner László Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Interpretation of the total scattering powder diffraction pattern of crystalline materials using computer simulation
Makk Péter Department of Physics Investigation of 2D nano-circuits
Nemes-Incze Péter MTA Centre for Energy Research Investigation of 2D topological electron systems using scanning tunneling microscopy
Ódor Géza Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Investigation of disorder effects in network models
Barócsi Attila Department of Atomic Physics Investigation of laser ranging and direction finding based intelligent measurement and display systems
Makk Péter Department of Physics Investigation of nanocircuits using high frequency techniques
Czifrus Szabolcs Institute of Nuclear Techniques Investigation of natural circulation reactor transients using multiphysics models
Kamarás Katalin Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Investigation of photoinduced processes on perovskite/carbon nanostructure hybrid materials
Gali Ádám MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Investigation of solid state quantum bits by means of density functional theory methods
Tóth Sándor Institute of Nuclear Techniques Investigations of thermal hydraulics of ALLEGRO fuel assemblies
Márk Géza István Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science Local- and global effects influencing the electronic dynamics in two dimensional materials
Szunyogh László Department of Theoretical Physics Magnetic and chemical correlations in itinerant magnets
Simon Ferenc Department of Physics Magneto-optical spectroscopy on qubit candidate solid state systems
Márk Géza István MTA Centre for Energy Research Multiscale modeling of the optical properties of butterfly wings
Petrik Péter MTA Centre for Energy Research Nanolayers for sensors
Dombi Péter MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Nanooptical near-field probing with ultrafast photoelectrons
Kamarás Katalin Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Near-field infrared spectroscopy on low-dimensional systems
Kormos Márton Department of Theoretical Physics Non-equilibrium dynamics in low dimensional quantum systems
Pozsgai Balázs Department of Theoretical Physics Non-equilibrium dynamics of integrable models
Takács Gábor Department of Theoretical Physics Non-perturbative dynamics of strongly correlated quantum systems
Petrik Péter MTA Centre for Energy Research Optical monitoring of nanostructures
Varga Dezső MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Particle physics detector development and application for muography
Wolf György MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Phenomenology of baryon resonances in connection with pion beam experiments at HADES (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany)
Tóth-Katona Tibor Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Photoalignment in three dimensions
Kocsis Gábor MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Plasma turbulence in stellarator experiments
Pályi András Department of Physics Programming a quantum computer
Tőke Csaba Department of Theoretical Physics Quantum Monte Carlo simulation of systems in a magnetic field
Palotás Krisztián MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Scanning tunneling microscopy of complex magnetic textures
Palotás Krisztián MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics Scanning tunneling microscopy of novel material surfaces
Pokol Gergő Institute of Nuclear Techniques Simulation of runaway electron dynamics
Légrády Dávid Institute of Nuclear Techniques Simultaneous PET-MR equipment image quality assessment, improvement of measurement and image reconstruction methodology
Simon Ferenc Department of Physics Spin- and charge-dynamics in complex materials
Szunyogh László Department of Theoretical Physics Theoretical study of complex non-collinear magnetic structures
Tőke Csaba Department of Theoretical Physics Theoretical study of photoluminescence in strongly correlated electron liquids
Pályi András Department of Physics Topology in quantum computing
Penc Karlo Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics Topology in quantum magnetism
Kézsmárki István és Vértessy Beáta BME Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology; University of Augsburg Department of Experimental Physics V Tracing the formation of malaria pigment crystals in vitro by various physical methods
Vértessy Beáta és Kézsmárki István BME Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology; University of Augsburg Department of Experimental Physics V Tracing the formation of malaria pigment crystals in vitro by various physical methods
Pázmándi Tamás MTA Centre for Energy Research Use of Monte Carlo simulations in the field of radiation protection and space research
Halbritter András Department of Physics Voltage-controlled manipulation of the resistance state in single-molecule nanowires