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Máté Csanád


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Downloadable version: [pdf, english], [pdf, hungarian]
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, honours, research/semesters abroad: see details in CV [pdf]
Teaching: see details under Teaching
Student mentoring: see details under Teaching/Supervised students
Research subjects and selected papers: details under Research
Publication statistics
Papers: 643 (70 with few authors), ΣIF: 2807.245
Citations: 31385 (24265 independent, 734 for the papers with few authors)
Conference talks: 69 (31 invited), plus 15 posters
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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