senior research associate

PhD (ELTE, 2002)

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His field of research is the resummation and renormalization of perturbative series in effective quantum field theoretical models and the investigation of finite temperature phase transition.

He is teaching jointly with Antal Jakovác the following courses: "Finite temperature and nonequilibrium field theory" and "Finite temperature quantum field theory with applications in astrophysics".

**Publications at MTMT**

**Selected publications of the last five years:**

Chiral phase transition in the vector meson extended linear sigma model,

J.Phys.Conf.Ser. 599 (2015) 1, 012010

[2] G. Markó, U. Reinosa, Zs. Szép,

Bose-Einstein condensation and Silver Blaze property from the two-loop Φ-derivable approximation,

Phys.Rev. D90 (2014) 12, 125021

[3] G. Markó, U. Reinosa, Zs. Szép,

Thermodynamics and phase transition of the O(N) model from the two-loop Φ-derivable approximation,

Phys.Rev. D87 (2013) 10, 105001

[4] G. Markó, U. Reinosa, Zs. Szép,

Broken Phase Effective Potential in the Two-Loop Phi-Derivable Approximation and Nature of the Phase Transition in a Scalar Theory,

Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 085031

[5] U. Reinosa, Zs. Szép,

A Critical look at the role of the bare parameters in the renormalization of Φ-derivable approximations,

Phys.Rev. D85 (2012) 045034

[6] G. Markó, Zs. Szép,

The Effect of the Polyakov loop on the chiral phase transition,

EPJ Web Conf. 13 (2011) 02003