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Name:
CSANÁD, Máté
Date and place of birth:
Budapest, 1980.
Nationality:
Hungarian
Status:
Associate Professor, Eötvös University, Department of Atomic Physics
Universty studies:
Leopold Franzens Universität, Innsbuck, Austria, major of physics (1998-1999)
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, major of german special translator (1999-2002)
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, major of physics (1999-2004)
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, PhD student, particle- and astrophysics (2004-2007)
State University of New York at Stony Brook, visiting PhD student (2005-2006)
MSc Thesis (June 2004), "jeles", supervisor: Tamás Csörgő
Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Heavy Ion Collisions at RHIC
PhD Thesis (Filed: June 2007; Defended: October 2007), "summa cum laude", supervisor: Tamás Csörgő
Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Heavy Ion Collisions at RHIC
Habilitation (November 2013)
Time evolution of high energy heavy ion collisions
Fellowships and honours:
Scholarship of the Hungarian Republic, 2003/2004
Excellent Student of the Faculty, Eötvös Lóránd University, 2003/2004
Vladimir N. Gribov Diploma by G. 't Hooft and A. Zichichi, at the
 International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, 2005
Paul A. M. Dirac Diploma by G. 't Hooft and A. Zichichi, at the
 International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, 2006
Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship, 2005/2006
Participation in the 58th Meeting of Nobel Laureates at Lindau, 2008
Bolyai scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2009-2012
Bolyai diploma (ranking: excellent)
Seymour J. Lindenbaum Diploma by G. 't Hooft and A. Zichichi, at the
 International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, 2011
Giulio Racah Diploma by G. 't Hooft and A. Zichichi, at the
 International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, 2013
HAESF Senior Leaders and Scholars Fellowship, 2015/2016
Vladimir N. Gribov Diploma by G. 't Hooft and A. Zichichi, at the
 International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, 2016
Bolyai scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2016-2019
Reasearch trips (longer than 3 months)
1998  University of Innsbruck (10 months)
2005  Brookhaven National Laboratory (10 months)
2006  Stony Brook University (5 months)
2008  CERN (6 months)
2015-16  Stony Brook University (8 months)
Public activities:
2007-  Member of the public body of HAS
2006-  Hungarian Fulbright Alumni Association, member
2009-  Hungarian Fulbright Alumni Association, board member
2004-  Organizer of the Zimanyi Schools
2011-  Chair of the Zimanyi Schools
University teaching experience
Physics BSc courses: Differential equations, Atomic physics, Nuclear physics, Heavy ion physics, Various lab courses
Environmental Science BSc courses: Informatics, Physics, Environmental radiations, Various lab courses
Student mentoring:
Scientific Students' Associations supervision:
  Vargyas Márton (2008-09),
  Kőfaragó Mónika (2009-10),
  Májer Imre (2009-10),
  Lökös Sándor (2011-12)
  Szabó András (2013-14)
  Bagoly Attila (2013-15)
  Kincses Dániel (2013-15, 2016-17)
Thesis Supervision:
  Vargyas Márton (BSc: 2010)
  Kőfaragó Mónika (BSc: 2011, MSc: 2012-13)
  Májer Imre (BSc: 2011)
  Krizsán Levente (BSc: 2011, MSc: 2012-13)
  Lökös Sándor (BSc: 2012, MSc: 2013-14, PhD: 2014-)
  Puskás-Farkas Bolgárka (BSc: 2013)
  Somogyi Kinga (BSc: 2013)
  Kovanecz Gergő (BSc: 2014)
  Szabó András (BSc: 2014)
  Nemes Frigyes (PhD with Tamás Csörgő: 2010-2016)
  Szabó Attila (BSc: 2015)
  Bagoly Attila (BSc: 2015, MSc: 2016-2017)
  Kincses Dániel (BSc: 2015, MSc: 2016-2017)
Research statistics
Papers: 223 (53 with few authors), ΣIF: 791.067
Citations: 15910 (13030 independent, 504 for the papers with few authors)
Conference talks: 48 (20 invited), plus 14 posters
Research subjects
Sonoluminescence (2002-2003)
  Analysis of reachable temperatures in single bubble sonoluminescence
High energy heavy ion physics (since 2002)
  Buda-Lund hydrodynamical model, developing and data fitting
  Analysis of particle spectra, correlations and flow measured in Au+Au and p+p collisions
  Development and analysis of analytic hydrodynamical models, software project management
Member of the PHENIX Collaboration (since 2002)
  Two and three-particle correlations analysis,
  Working with the PHENIX Zero Degree Calorimeter
  Analysis of ultra-peripheral collisions, software project management
Member of the TOTEM Collaboration (since 2008)
  Development of online monitoring software
Member of the CMS Collaboration (since 2016)
  Working with the PHENIX Zero Degree Calorimeter
  Two and three-particle correlations analysis
Computer skills
Unix, Windows and office applications user knowledge, standard mathematics and plotting software (e.g. ROOT, Maple, Mathematica, Gnuplot)
Programming: shell, C/C++, python, perl, tcl, sql databases, web-design (html, css, php, js)
Language skills
Hungarian (mother tongue), German (fluent), English (fluent), French (beginner)
Interests, hobbies
Sports (ski, five-ball racketlon, bicycling, water polo), contract bridge, literature, audiovisual techniques
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