Atomfizikai Tanszék

Gábor Veres

associate professor

PhD (ELTE, 2002)
Habilitation (ELTE, 2014)
Doctor of HAS (2013)

Atomfizikai Tanszék


Office: 3.88


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Born in Eger, Hungary, 12 January 1975

ELTE, Budapest, Hungary
1998-2002 PhD studies, Particle and Nuclear Physics, summa cum laude
1993-1998 MSc studies, Particle Physics, Degree with honours


CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
2012-14 Research Staff, CMS experiment.
• Convener, Heavy Ion Group (2011-12)
• Convener, Forward and small-x QCD group (2014-15)

CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
2009-10 Research Fellow, CMS experiment.
• Minimum bias trigger for CMS
• The first publication of the CMS experiment: particle spectra at 0.9 and 2.36 TeV
1997- NA49 Collaboration
• Ionization measurement in TPC-s, particle identification and spectra
• Multiwire proportional chamber for charge tagging of fast hadrons
• Antiproton production, momentum loss of baryons in nuclear matter.
1997 Summer Student at the NA49 Experiment. TPC dE/dx calibrations.
1996- CMS Collaboration
• Very Forward Calorimeter in CMS/LHC

ELTE, Budapest
2008 Zoltán Magyary Fellow. PHOBOS and CMS experiments.
2005-2007 Assistant Professor. PHOBOS and CMS experiments.
• jet physics, gamma-jet correlations and charged particle multiplicity in CMS.
• Correlation measurements, charged particle multiplicity and identified charged particle spectra in PHOBOS.
• Studies of Coulomb-breakup of light nuclei at NSCL, East Lansing, USA.
• Managed three research grants in Hungary.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Nuclear Science
Cambridge, MA, USA
2005 Visiting scientist stationed at CERN
• Jet physics with CMS experiment.
2004 Senior Postdoctoral Associate
2002-2003 Postdoctoral Associate stationed at Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, USA
• Scintillator trigger detector system for d-Au collisions
• Transverse momentum spectra of charged and identified hadrons
• Studies of scaling features in the data.
• Managed hardware and physics analysis projects with 2-5 students.

KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, Budapest, Hungary
1995-1996 Student project
• Scintillator Grid Time of Flight detector in the NA49 experiment

ELTE, Budapest, Hungary
1998-2000 Teaching Assistant and Laboratory Instructor
2005- Leader of the Nuclear Physics Student Laboratory
Experimental particle and nuclear physics, introductory physics courses, exercises in electrodynamics and quantum mechanics

• Zoltán Magyary Fellowship, 2008
• János Bolyai Fellowship, 2005-2007
• Member of the Eötvös József Collegium, Budapest, Hungary 1993-2001
• Pro Scientia Gold Medal of the National Council of Student’s Association, 1999
• 1st place in the National Scientific Conference of Student’s Association (NSCSA), 1997
• 1st place in the NSCSA, 1996
• Scholarship of the Hungarian Republic, 1995-98
• 1st place in the Rudolf Ortvay Competition in Physics 1993-95 (each year)
• International Physics Olympiad, Williamsburg, VA, USA, 1993: gold medal


Publications in Publikációk listája

Publications in MTMT adattár

Selected publications of the last five years:

[1] G. I. Veres et al. (PHOBOS Collaboration):
Identified hadron transverse momentum spectra in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=62.4 GeV, Phys. Rev. C 75 (2007) 024910

[2] G. I. Veres: Measurements of high-p(T) probes in heavy ion collisions at CMS

[3] G.I. Veres et al. (CMS Collaboration):Transverse momentum and pseudorapidity distributions of charged hadrons in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 0.9 and 2.36 TeV.
JHEP 1002:041,2010

[4] Back B.B.,...,Veres G.I.,...,et al. (PHOBOS Collaboration) The PHOBOS perspective on discoveries at RHIC. Nucl. Phys. A757 (2005) 28-101.

[5] d’Enterria, D. (ed.),...,Veres G.,... et al. (CMS Collaboration) CMS physics technical design report: Addendum on high density QCD with heavy ions. J. Phys. G34 (2007) 2307-2455.

[6] Back B.B.,...,Veres G.I.,... et al. (PHOBOS Collaboration) Centrality dependence of charged hadron transverse momentum spectra in Au+Au Collisions from s(NN)**(1/2) = 62.4 GeV to 200 GeV. Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 082304.