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Atomfizikai Tanszék

András Patkós


professor emeritus


PhD (MTA, 1977)
Full member of HAS (2007)


Atomfizikai Tanszék

 

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Biography:
Born: 12.05.1947. Budapest
Highschool: ELTE Radnóti Miklós Gyakorló Iskola 1961-1965
Physicist Diplom: 1970. Eötvös Unversity
Candidate of Physical Sciences (PhD) 1977.
Associate Professor, Eötvös University, Dept. of Atomic Physics
Post-doctoral Fellow 1981/81, N. Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Danemark
Guest Professor 1986 (University of Bonn, W-Germany)
Guest Professor 1988, 1989 (Rutherford Laboratory, UK)
Visting scientist 1985,1990,1995 (Theory Division, CERN)
Doctor of Physical Sciences, 1987
Professor of Theoretical Physics, 1989 (Eötvös University, Dept. of Atomic Physics)
Head of the Group of Physics departments, 1989-1992 (Eötvös Univ.)
Head of the Department of Scientific Affairs 1996-98 (Ministry of Education)
Head of Department of Atomic Physics 1998-2003, 2007-2010
Corresponding member of Hung. Acad. Sci. 2001
Director of Bolyai College of Eötvös University 2004-2007
President of Roland Eötvös Physical Society 2005-2007, 2015-2017
Ordinary member of Hung. Acad. Sci. 2007
Professor emeritus of Eötvös University: 2012

Memberships: Roland Eötvös Physical Society, Hungarian Pedagogical Society,
Association to Support Bolyai College of Eötvös University (president, 2007-),
Int. Org. Committee of the John's Hopkins Workshops in Theoretical Physics (1990-2015),
Int. Org. Committee of the Int. Conf of Strong and Electroweak Matter (1997-2010),
EPJ SAC (Hungarian representative,2012-2015)
Editorial Board of "Természet Világa" (science popularization monthly)

 


Publications at MTMT


Publications in spires

Selected publications of the last five years:

[1] Jakovác A, Patkós A, Pósfay P
Non-Gaussian fixed points in fermionic field theories without auxiliary Bose fields
EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C 75:(1) Paper 75:2. 10 p. (2015)

[2] Jakovác A, Patkós
Local potential approximation for the renormalization group flow of fermionic field theories
PHYSICAL REVIEW D PARTICLES FIELDS GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY 88:(6) Paper 065008. 10 p. (2013)

[3] G Fejős, A Patkós
Finite Temperature Symmetry Restoration in the U_L(3)xU_R(3) linear sugma model from a large-n approximation
PHYSICAL REVIEW D PARTICLES FIELDS GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY 85:(11) Paper 117502. 5 p. (2012)

[4] A Patkós
Invariant formulation of the Functional Renormalisation Group method for $U(n)\times U(n)$ symmetric matrix models
MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A 27:(36) Paper 1250212. 10 p. (2012)

[5] B Meszéna, A Patkós
On the evolution of an entangled lepton-neutrino pair
MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A 26:(2) pp. 101-107. (2011)

[6] Fejos G, Patkós A
Spontaneously broken ground states of the U(n) L×U(n) R linear sigma model at large n
PHYSICAL REVIEW D PARTICLES FIELDS GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY 84:(3) Paper 036001. (2011)

[7] T Rauscher, A Patkós: Origin of the Chemical Elements
In: Vértes A, Nagy S, Klencsár Z, Lovas R, Rösch F (szerk.)
Handbook of Nuclear Chemistry. 3049 p.
Heidelberg; New York: Springer-Verlag, 2011. pp. 611-665.
1-6.(ISBN:978-1-4419-0719-6)

[8] Patkós András
Bevezetés a kvantumfizikába: 6 előadás Feynman modorában
Budapest: Typotex Kiadó, 2012. 125 p.
(ISBN:978-963-279-728-1)

[9] Jakovác, Antal, Patkós, András
Resummation and Renormalisation in Effective Theories of Particle Physics
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol. 912
ISBN 978-3-319-22620-0
várható megjelenés: 2015-november - 2016

[10] Patkós András
Az elbűvölt fizikus (Írások)
Typotex, 2015 ősz, kb. 260 oldal

 

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