Magyar
Atomfizikai Tanszék

Márton Nagy


assistant professor


PhD (ELTE, 2013)


Atomfizikai Tanszék

 

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Biography:
Márton NAGY was born in 1983 in Budapest, Hungary, and got his MSc equivalent diploma in Physics in 2007 and his PhD in Physics from the Eotvos University in 2012. Between 2007 and 2011 he was a junior research fellow at the Research Insitute for Particle and Nuclear Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (this insitute is now part of the Wigner Research Centre for Physics), from 2011 onwards he works at the Department of Atomic Physics at the Eotvos University, from 2014 on as an assistant professor.

His research topic is high energy heavy ion physics, ie. experimental and supplemental theoretical study of the phase structure of strongly interacting matter. A fruitful research direction of his is hydrodynamical model building, being the author of some interesting exact solutions. From 2007 on he is a member of the PHENIX experimental collaboration (BNL, USA), where (on multiple occasions) he spent a total of ~1 year. Under the framework of PHENIX-Hungary, he works on identified particle spectra and quantum optical correlation measurements.

He won the Youth Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2010, and won the Paul Erdős Young Researcher Fellowship in 2014. In 2015, he got a Fulbright Research Grant to SUNY Stony Brook University. Up to now he was the supervisor of 4 BSc students as well as has been the supervisor of 1 MSc student. Among his publications one finds multi-author experimental publications (as a member of the PHENIX collaboration) as well as few-authored theoretical works on heavy ion physics phenomenology.

 


Publications at MTMT


Publications in INSPIRE

Selected publications of the last five years:

[1] M.I. Nagy, T. Csörgő, M. Csanád: Detailed description of accelerating, simple solutions of relativistic perfect fluid hydrodynamics, Phys.Rev. C77 (2008) 024908.

[2] M.I. Nagy:  New simple explicit solutions of perfect fluid hydrodynamics and phase-space evolution, Phys.Rev. C83 (2011) 054901.


[3] T. Csörgő, M.I. Nagy, M. Csanád: A New family of simple solutions of perfect fluid hydrodynamics, Phys.Lett. B663 (2008) 306-311.

[4] M. Csanád, M.I. Nagy, S. Lökös:  Exact solutions of relativistic perfect fluid hydrodynamics for a QCD equation of state, Eur.Phys.J. A48 (2012) 173.

[5] A. Adare et al [PHENIX Collaboration]: Measurements of Higher-Order Flow Harmonics in Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV, Phys.Rev.Lett. 107 (2011) 252301.

[6] A. Adare et al [PHENIX Collaboration]: Evolution of $\pi^0$ suppression in Au+Au collisions from $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 39$ to 200 GeV, Phys.Rev. C88 (2013) 064910.

[7] A. Adare et al [PHENIX Collaboration]: Observation of direct-photon collective flow in $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$ GeV Au+Au collisions, Phys.Rev.Lett. 109 (2012) 122302.

[8] A. Adare et al [PHENIX Collaboration]: Identified charged hadron production in $p+p$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=200$ and 62.4 GeV, Phys.Rev. C83 (2011) 064903.

 

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