PhD téma kiírások

Supervisor Institutecsökkenő sorrend Cím
Ádám Gali Department of Atomic Physics Ab initio simulation of point defects in solids acting as qubits
Gergő Thiering Department of Atomic Physics Atomistic-scale simulations of point defects acting as qubits in diamond and other semiconductors
András Wacha Department of Physics Synergetic Combination of Experiment and Simulation in the Study of the Interaction between Phospholipid Membranes and Guest Molecules
Peter Domokos Department of Physics Nonlinear quantum optics with cold atoms in cavity QED
Levente Tapaszto Department of Physics Engineering moire superlattices in 2D heterostructures
Makk Péter Department of Physics TUNING CORRELATIONS IN TWISTED VAN DER WAALS STRUCTURES
András Pályi Department of Theoretical Physics Spin-based quantum computing
Török János Department of Theoretical Physics Colllective abrasion of pebbles (SH)
Laszlo Szunyogh Department of Theoretical Physics Magnetism of chemically disordered alloys from first principles
Levente Rózsa Department of Theoretical Physics Dynamics of Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states in magnet-superconductor hybrid systems
Laszlo Szunyogh Department of Theoretical Physics Spin-spiral states in ultrathin films and nanowires
Levente Rózsa Department of Theoretical Physics Topology and magnonic transport in fluctuating magnetic nanostructures
Wolf György Department of Theoretical Physics Properties of the high density strongly interacting matter and neutron stars
Márk Géza istván Department of Theoretical Physics Wave packet dynamical calculations for heterostructures of 2D materials
Laszlo Szunyogh Department of Theoretical Physics Magnetic correlations in novel two-dimensional heterostructures and molecular magnets
Levente Rózsa Department of Theoretical Physics Exotic spin interactions in magnetic multilayers
Gábor Anda Institute of Nuclear Techniques Mágneses és hőmérsékleti szimulációk proton ionforrás fejlesztéséhez
Tamás Zoltán Szepesi Institute of Nuclear Techniques Exploring visible radiation processes in Wendelstein 7-X stellarator plasmas