Egyetemi docens, Tanszékvezető-helyettes


2001 MSc degree in physics (Magnetic phase diagram of BaVS3) Budapest University of

Technology and Economics (BME)

2006 PhD degree in physics (“Electron transport in atomic and molecular junctions”), Department of Physics, BUTE

2003 – 2005 Hungarian Academy of Sciences, research assistant
2006 – 2009 Department of Physics, BUTE, scientific coworker
2006 – 2008 Marie Curie Fellow, Department of Physics, University Basel, CH, Group of Christian Schonenberger 2009 – 2011 Assistant professor, Department of Physics, BME
2011 – Associated professor, Department of Physics, BME


  • Electron transport in nanostructures
  • Hybrid Nanostructures: Semiconductor nanowires, graphene, spin transport, quantum dots,
    superconducting correlations
  • Atomic & molecular junctions: transport through single metal atoms, simple molecules, point
    contact spectroscopy, Andreev spectroscopy

Important experiences abroad
1999 Erasmus Scholarship, University ’La Sapienza’ Rome, Italy (1 semester)
2000 – 2003 Visitor researcher, University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands (4 months)
2004 Visitor researcher, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland (1 month)
2006 – 2008 Post doc, group of C. Schönenberger, University of Basel, Switzerland
2009 – 2010 Visitor professor program “Quantum Coherence and Computation”, Swiss Nanoscience Institute, Switzerland (4 months)

2000 BME Scholarship
2001 National competition for physics students, 1st prize in Solid state physics section
2005 Award of excellent youth scientist, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2006 –2008 Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships
2009 –2011 Bolyai János Research Fellowship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2010 – ERC Starting Grant
2011 Talentum Award, Central European Talent Support Foundation
2013 – 2015 Bolyai János Research Fellowship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2014 Supervisor of the Year Prize, Pro Progressio Foundation for Education and Research