Magyar

Tamás Temesvári


senior research associate


Elméleti Fizikai Tanszék

 

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Biography:
Studies and scientific degrees:
1972-77: Eötvös University, Budapest; Faculty of Sciences (M.Sc.course in physics). In my thesis, I studied the calculation of critical exponents by perturbative methods.
1977: M.Sc. degree of physics (honours degree).
1981: Ph.D. from Eötvös University, Budapest; with the record "Summa cum laude". (It was qualified as a Ph.D. degree in 1995.) Thesis: "Calculation of critical exponents by field theoretical methods".

Positions:
1977-79: Research Institute for Technical Physics, Budapest, Semiconductor Physics Department; research assistant.
1979-81: Institute for Theoretical Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest; research assistant.
1981-88: Institute for Theoretical Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest; postdoctoral fellow.
1988-95: Theoretical Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest; research associate.
1995- : Theoretical Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest; senior research associate.

Prizes and scholarships:
1993: Novobátzky-prize of the Eötvös Loránd Physical Society.
2000-03: Széchenyi Professor of Physics, scholarship.

International connections:
1990-2007 : regular short visits, 2-4 weeks yearly, to the Theoretical Physics Institute of CEA, Saclay, France. A long collaboration with, beside other people, Cirano De Dominicis.
1997 and 2002: short visits to La Sapienza University, Rome, on invitations by Giorgio Parisi and Andrea Crisanti.
2001: short visit to the University of Lisbon, collaboration with Iveta Pimentel.
Regular visits of the foreign partners to Budapest (C. De Dominicis, F. Slanina,
I. Pimentel, etc.).

International research projects:
1994-97: European Research Network, PECO 93.
French-Hungarian Scientific and Technological Cooperation, Balaton-project.

Scientific activity:
Chapter in a scientific book: 1, in english, published by World Scientific.
Scientific articles: 30, all in english, published by peer reviewed international journals;
2 in hungarian, published in Magyar Tudomány and Fizikai Szemle.
Cumulative impact factor: around 65.
Independent citations: 315.

 


Publications at MTMT


Publications in arXiv.org

Selected publications of the last five years:

[1] T. Temesvári: Is the droplet theory for the Ising spin glass inconsistent with the replica field theory?; Journal of Physics A 39, L61 (2006).

[2] T. Temesvári: Replica symmetric spin glass field theory; Nuclear Physics B 772, 340 (2007).

[3] T. Temesvári: Almeida-Thouless transition below six dimensions; Phys. Rev. B 78, 220401(R) (2008).

[4] T. Temesvári: The Ising spin glass in finite dimensions: a perturbative study of the free energy; Nuclear Physics B 829, 534 (2010).

[5] G. Parisi, T. Temesvári: Replica symmetry breaking in and around six dimensions; Nuclear Physics B 858, 293 (2012)

 

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