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Közlemények 2023

  1. U. Harlander, A. Sukhanovskii, S. Abide, I. D. Borcia, E. Popova, C. Rodda, A. Vasiliev, and M. Vincze, Experiments to Study the Large-Scale Circulation and Climate Dynamics, Atmosphere 14, 836 (2023); DOI: 10.3390/atmos14050836
  2. M. Herein, T. Tél, and T. Haszpra, Where are the coexisting parallel climates? Large ensemble climate projections from the point of view of chaos theory, Chaos 33, 031104 (2023); DOI: 10.1063/5.0136719
  3. Á. Kadlecsik, Á. Szeidemann, and M. Vincze, A simple approximation for the drift rates of rotating polygons on a free fluid surface, The European Physical Journal Special Topics (2003); DOI: 10.1140/epjs/s11734-023-00787-8
  4. T. J. Kärkkäinen and Z. Trócsányi, Constraining the parameter space of the super-weak extension of the standard model by limits on non-standard interactions and vice versa, arXiv:2301.06621 [hep-ph] (2023)
  5. K. Seller, Zs. Szép, Z. Trócsanyi, Real effective potentials for phase transitions in models with extended scalar sectors, arXiv:2301.07961 [hep-ph] (2023)
  6. K. Tóth, T. Tél, Quantum uncertainty: what to teach?, Phys. Educ. 58, 025019 (2023); DOI: 10.1088/1361-6552/acb036

Közlemények 2022

  1. Sz. Borsányi, Z. Fodor, M. Giordano, S. D. Katz, D. Nógrádi, A. Pásztor, and C. H. Wong, Lattice simulations of the QCD chiral transition at real baryon density, Phys. Rev. D 105, L051506, 2022 (doi: 10.1103/PhysRevD.105.L051506)
  2. A. Curko and G. Cynolter, Unitarity in multi-Higgs production using the Schwinger–Dyson equation, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 49 115004, 2022 (doi: 10.1088/1361-6471/ac8a07)
  3. U. Harlander, I. D. Borcia, M. Vincze, and C. Rodda, Probability Distribution of Extreme Events in a Baroclinic Wave Laboratory Experiment, Fluids, 7(8), 274., 2022 (doi:10.3390/fluids7080274)
  4. D. Jánosi, and T. Tél, Characterizing chaos in systems subjected to parameter drift, Phys. Rev. E 105 (Letters), L062202 (2022) (Supplement)
  5. I. M. Jánosi, H. Kantz, J. A. C. Gallas, and M. Vincze, Global coarse grained mesoscale eddy statistics based on integrated kinetic energy and enstrophy correlations, EGUsphere [preprint], accepted for publication in Ocean Sci, 2022 (doi: 10.5194/egusphere-2022-231)
  6. T. Lubensky, T. Temesvári, I. Kondor, M. C. Angelini, Renormalization group in spin glasses, in: Spin Glass Theory and Far Beyond - Replica Symmetry Breaking after 40 Years, eds: P. Charbonneau, E. Marinari, G. Parisi, F. Ricci-Tersenghi, G. Sicuro, F. Zamponi (World Scientific, Singapore, 2022), pp 31
  7. O. E Omel'chenko, and T. Tél, Focusing on transient chaos, J.Phys.Complex. 3 (2022) 010201 (4pp) (doi: 10.1088/2632-072X/ac5566)
  8. C. Rodda, U. Harlander, and M. Vincze, Jet stream variability in a polar warming scenario - a laboratory perspective, Weather Clim. Dynam., 3, 937–950, 2022 (doi: 10.5194/wcd-3-937-2022)
  9. P. Takács, D. Száz, M. Vincze, J. Slíz‐Balogh, and G. Horváth, Sunlit zebra stripes may confuse the thermal perception of blood vessels causing the visual unattractiveness of zebras to horseflies, Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1-14., 2022 (doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-14619-7)
  10. Z. Trócsányi, SWSM phenomenology, PoS ICHEP2022 1190, 2022 (doi: 10.22323/1.414.1190)

Közlemények 2021

  1. T. Bódai, G. Drótos, K.-J. Ha, J.-Y. Lee, E.-S. Chung, Nonlinear forced change and nonergodicity: the case of ENSO-Indian Monsoon and global precipitation teleconnections, Front. Earth Sci. 8, 599785, 2021 (doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.599785)
  2. G. Drótos, E. Hernández-García, C. López, Local characterization of transient chaos on finite times in open systems, J. Phys. Complex. 2, 025014, 2021 (doi: 10.1088/2632-072X/abe5f7)
  3. R. de la Fuente, G. Drótos, E. Hernández-García, C. López, Network and geometric characterization of three-dimensional fluid transport between two layers, Phys. Rev. E 104, 065111, 2021 (doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.104.065111)
  4. R. de la Fuente, G. Drótos, E. Hernández-García, C. López, and E. van Sebille, Sinking microplastics in the water column: simulations in the Mediterranean Sea, Ocean Sci. 17, 431-453, 2021 (doi: 10.5194/os-17-431-2021)
  5. T. Haszpra, M. Kiss and É. Izsa, Replat-Chaos-edu: an interactive educational tool for secondary school students for the illustration of the spreading of volcanic ash clouds, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1929 012079 (2021)
  6. D. Jánosi, Gy. Károlyi, T Tél, Climate change in mechanical systems: the snapshot view of parallel dynamical evolutions, Nonlinear Dynamics 106, 2781-2805 (2021)
  7. I. M. Jánosi, K. Medjdoub, M. Vincze, Combined wind-solar electricity production potential over north-western Africa, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 151, 111558 (2021)
  8. D. Jánosi, and T. Tél, Chaos in conservative discrete-time systems subjected to parameter drift, Chaos 31, 033142 (2021); doi: 10.1063/5.0031660
  9. Gy. Károlyi and T. Tél, New features of doubly transient chaos: complexity of decay, J.Phys.Complex. 2 (2021) 035001 (16pp), doi: 10.1088/2632-072X/abedc3
  10. Gy. Kovács, P. Kovács, Zs. Szép, One-loop constituent quark contributions to the vector and axial-vector meson curvature mass, Phys. Rev. D 104 (2021) 056013
  11. Z. Kökényesi and A. Sinkovics, On the Rényi entropy of Lifshitz and hyperscaling violating black holes, Class. Quantum Grav. 38 (2021) 105005
  12. K. Medjdoub, I. M. Jánosi, and M. Vincze, Laboratory experiments on the influence of stratification and a bottom sill on seiche damping, Ocean Science, 17(4), 997-1009 (2021)
  13. A. Pásztor, Zs. Szép, G. Markó, Apparent convergence of Padé approximants for the crossover line in finite density QCD, Phys. Rev. D 103, 034511 (2021)
  14. T. Tél, Chaos physics: what to teach in three lessons?, Phys. Educ. 56 (2021) 045002 (8pp)
  15. Á. L Tóth and T. Tél, Ball bouncing down rounded edge stairs: chaotic but tricky, Eur. J. Phys. 42 (2021) 035004 (21pp), doi: 10.1088/1361-6404/abd989
  16. M. Vincze, T. Bozóki, M. Herein, I. D. Borcia, U. Harlander, A. Horicsányi, A. Nyerges, C. Rodda, A. Pál & J. Pálfy, The Drake Passage opening from an experimental fluid dynamics point of view, Scientific Reports 11, 19951 (2021)

Közlemények 2020

  1. T. Bódai, G. Drótos, M. Herein, F. Lunkeit, V. Lucarini, The Forced Response of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation–Indian Monsoon Teleconnection in Ensembles of Earth System Models, J. Climate, 33, 2163–2182, 2020 (doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0341.1)
  2. G. Drótos, T. Becker, T. Mauritsen, B. Stevens Global variability in radiative-convective equilibrium with a slab ocean under a wide range of CO2 concentrations, Tellus, 72, 1-19, 2020 (doi: 10.1080/16000870.2019.1699387)
  3. A. Gróf, Á. Szeidemann, and T. Tél, Challenges in developing an interdisciplinary teaching material on effects related to the Earth’s rotation, Can. J. Phys. 98: 719–725 (2020) (doi: 10.1139/cjp-2019-0447)
  4. T. Haszpra, M. Herein, and T. Bódai, Investigating ENSO and its teleconnections under climate change in an ensemble view – a new perspective, Earth Syst. Dynam., 11, 267–280, 2020 (doi: 10.5194/esd-11-267-2020)
  5. T. Haszpra, D. Topál, M. Herein, Detecting forced changes in internal variability using Large Ensembles: On the use of methods based on the “snapshot view”, US CLIVAR Variations, Summer 2020, Vol. 18, No. 2, 36-43
  6. T. Haszpra, D. Topál, M. Herein, On the Time Evolution of the Arctic Oscillation and Related Wintertime Phenomena under Different Forcing Scenarios in an Ensemble Approach, J. Climate, 33, 3107–3124, 2020 (doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0004.1)
  7. Gy. Károly, R. D. Prokaj, I. Scheuring, and T. Tél, Climate change in a conceptual atmosphere–phytoplankton model, Earth Syst. Dynam., 11, 603–615, 2020, (Supplement)
  8. K. Medjdoub, I. M. Jánosi, M. Vincze: Laboratory investigations on the resonant feature of "dead water" phenomenon, Experiments in Fluids, (2020) 61:6
  9. A. Sozza, G. Drotos, E. Hernandez-Garcia, C. Lopez, Accumulated densities of sedimenting particles in turbulent flows, Physics of Fluids, 32, 075104(1-11), 2020 (doi: 10.1063/5.0003614)
  10. T. Tél, T. Bódai, G. Drótos, T. Haszpra, M. Herein, B. Kaszás, M. Vincze, The theory of parallel climate realizations: A new framework of ensemble methods in a changing climate - an overview, Journal of Statistical Physics (2020) 179:1496–1530 (doi: 10.1007/s10955-019-02445-7)
  11. T. Tél, M. Vincze and I. M. Jánosi: Vortices capturing matter: a classroom demonstration, Phys. Educ. 55 (2020) 015007 (6pp)
  12. D. Topál, Q. Ding, J. Mitchell, I. Baxter, M. Herein, T. Haszpra, R. Luo, and Q. Li, An Internal Atmospheric Process Determining Summertime Arctic Sea Ice Melting in the Next Three Decades: Lessons Learned from Five Large Ensembles and Multiple CMIP5 Climate Simulations, J. Climate (2020) 33 (17): 7431–7454. (doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0803.1)

Közlemények 2019

  1. T. Bozóki, L. Czelnai, A. Horicsányi, A. Nyerges, A. Pál, J. Pálfy, M. Vincze, Large-scale ocean circulation in the Southern Hemisphere with closed and open Drake Passage – A laboratory minimal model approach, Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 160, 16-24 (2019)
  2. G. Drótos, P. Monroy, E. Hernández-García, and C. López, Inhomogeneities and caustics in the sedimentation of noninertial particles in incompressible flows, Chaos 29, 013115 (2019)
  3. T. Haszpra, Intricate features in the lifetime and deposition of atmospheric aerosol particles, Chaos, 29, 071103 (2019) (doi: 10.1063/1.5110385)
  4. T. Haszpra, RePLaT-Chaos: A Simple Educational Application to Discover the Chaotic Nature of Atmospheric Advection, Atmosphere, 11(1), 29 (2019)
  5. T. Haszpra, M. Herein, Ensemble-based analysis of the pollutant spreading intensity induced by climate change, Scientific Reports, 9, 3896 (2019) (doi:10.1038/s41598-019-40451-7).
  6. D. Jánosi, and T. Tél, Chaos in Hamiltonian systems subjected to parameter drift, Chaos 29, 121105 (2019)
  7. I.M. Jánosi, M. Vincze, G. Tóth, J.A. Gallas, Single super-vortex as a proxy for ocean surface flow fields, Ocean Science, 15(4), 941-949 (2019)
  8. B. Kaszás, U. Feudel, T. Tél, Tipping phenomena in typical dynamical systems subjected to parameter drift, Scientific Reports, 9, 8654 (2019) (doi:10.1038/s41598-019-44863-3).
  9. B. Kaszás, T. Haszpra, M. Herein: The snowball Earth transition in a climate model with drifting parameters: Splitting of the snapshot attractor, Chaos 29, 113102 (2019), doi: 10.1063/1.5108837
  10. G. Markó, Zs. Szép, O(4) ϕ4 model as an effective light meson theory: A lattice-continuum comparison, Phys. Rev. D 100, 056017 (2019)
  11. E. S. Medeiros, R. O. Medrano-T, I. L. Caldas, T. Tél, and U. Feudel, State-dependent vulnerability of synchronization, Physical Review E 100, 052201 (2019)
  12. P. Monroy, G. Drótos, E. Hernández‐García, C. López, Spatial Inhomogeneities in the Sedimentation of Biogenic Particles in Ocean Flows: Analysis in the Benguela Region, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124, 4744-4762 (2019)
  13. B. E. Szigeti, G. Homa, Z. Zimborás, and N. Barankai, Short-time behavior of continuous-time quantum walks on graphs, Phys. Rev. A 100, 062320 (2019)
  14. J. Takátsy, P. Kovács, Zs. Szép, Gy. Wolf, Compact Star Properties from an Extended Linear Sigma Model, Universe 2019, 5, 174.
  15. M. Vincze, N. Fenyvesi, M. Klein, J. Sommeria, S. Viboud, Y. Ashkenazy, Evidence for wind-induced Ekman layer resonance based on rotating tank experiments, EPL (Europhysics Letters), 125(4), 44001 (2019)

Közlemények 2018

  1. N. Barankai and J. Stéger, The SIS process in populations with exponential decay, J. Stat. Mech. 2018, 013404 (2018)
  2. J. Eisert, V. Eisler and Z. Zimborás, Entanglement negativity bounds for fermionic Gaussian states, Phys. Rev. B 97, 165123 (2018)
  3. B. Kaszás, U. Feudel, and T. Tél, Leaking in history space: A way to analyze systems subjected to arbitrary driving, Chaos 28, 033612 (2018)
  4. Z. Kökényesi, A. Sinkovics and R.J. Szabo, AKSZ Constructions for Topological Membranes on G2‐Manifolds, Fortsch. Phys. 66, no. 3, 1800018 (2018), doi:10.1002/prop.201800018, [arXiv:1802.04581 [hep-th]].
  5. Z. Kökényesi, A. Sinkovics and R.J. Szabo, Double field theory for the A/B-models and topological S-duality in generalized geometry, Fortsch. Phys. 66, no. 11-12, 1800069 (2018), doi:10.1002/prop.201800069, [arXiv:1805.11485 [hep-th]].
  6. C. Rodda, I.D. Borcia, P. Le Gal, M. Vincze, U. Harlander, Baroclinic, Kelvin and inertia-gravity waves in the barostrat instability experiment, Geophysical & Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 1-32 (2018)
  7. T. Tél, L. Kadi, I.M. Jánosi, M. Vincze, Experimental demonstration of the water-holding property of three-dimensional vortices, EPL (Europhysics Letters) 123 (4), 44001 (2018)
  8. T. Von Larcher, S. Viazzo, U. Harlander, M. Vincze, A. Randriamampianina, Instabilities and small-scale waves within the Stewartson layers of a thermally driven rotating annulus, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 841, 380-407 (2018)

Közlemények 2017

  1. T. Bódai, G. Drótos, T. Haszpra, M. Herein, J. Márfy, T. Tél, A párhuzamos földi klímák elmélete, Magyar Tudomány 2017/2, 188-201 (2017)
  2. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Quantum Gravity Corrections to Gauge Theories with a Cutoff Regularization, Quantum Gravity: Theory and Research. Hauppauge (NY): Nova Science Publishers, 2017. pp. 73-94. (ISBN:978-1-53610-798-2)
  3. G. Drótos, T. Bódai, and T. Tél, On the importance of the convergence to climate attractors, Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 226, 2031-2038 (2017)
  4. V. Eisler and I. Peschel, Analytical results for the entanglement Hamiltonian of a free-fermion chain, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 50, 284003 (2017)
  5. M. Gruiz, T. Meszéna, and T. Tél, Chaotic or just complicated? Ball ouncing down the stairs, Eur. J. Phys. 38, 055003(15) (2017)
  6. K. Guseva, A. Daitche, and T. Tél, A snapshot attractor view of the advection of inertial particles in the presence of history force, Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 226, 2069-2078 (2017)
  7. T. Haszpra, Intensification of Large-Scale Stretching of Atmospheric Pollutant Clouds due to Climate Change. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 74, 4229–4240 (2017)
  8. M. Herein, G. Drótos, T. Haszpra, J. Márfy, and T. Tél, The theory of parallel climate realizations as a new framework for teleconnection analysis, Scientific Reports 7, 44529(11) (2017)
  9. T. Temesvári, Physical observables of the Ising spin glass in 6-epsilon dimensions: Asymptotical behavior around the critical fixed point, Phys.Rev. B 96, 024411 (2017)
  10. M. Vincze, I. Dan Borcia, and U. Harlander, Temperature fluctuations in a changing climate: an ensemble-based experimental approach, Scientific Reports 7, 254(9) (2017).
  11. M. Vincze, and T. Bozóki, Experiments on barotropic–baroclinic conversion and the applicability of linear n-layer internal wave theories, Experiments in Fluids 58.10, 136. (2017)

Közlemények 2016

  1. G. Cynolter, J. Kovács, E. Lendvai, Diphoton excess and VV-scattering, Mod. Phys. Lett. A31, 1650133 (2016)
  2. G. Cynolter, J. Kovács, E. Lendvai, Doublet–singlet model and unitarity, Mod. Phys. Lett. A31, 01, 1650013 (2016)
  3. G. Drótos, T. Bódai, and T. Tél, Quantifying nonergodicity in nonautonomous dissipative dynamical systems: An application to climate change, Phys. Rev. E 94, 022214(16) (2016)
  4. G. Drótos and C. Jung, The chaotic saddle of a three degrees of freedom scattering system reconstructed from cross-section data, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 49, 235101 (2016)
  5. V. Eisler, F. Maislinger and H. G. Evertz, Universal front propagation in the quantum Ising chain with domain-wall initial states, SciPost Phys. 1, 014 (2016)
  6. V. Eisler and Z. Zimboras, Entanglement negativity in two-dimensional free lattice models, Phys. Rev. B 93, 115148 (2016)
  7. A. Galsa, M. Herein, D. Drahos, A. Herein, Effect of the eccentricity of normal resistivity borehole tools on the current field and resistivity measurement, Journal of Applied Geophysics 134, 281-290 (2016)
  8. K. Guseva, A. Daitche, U. Feudel, and T. Tél, History effects in the sedimentation of light aerosols in turbulence: The case of marine snow, Phys. Rev. Fluids 1, 074203 (2016)
  9. T. Haszpra, Time-reversibility in atmospheric dispersion, Atmosphere 7, 11 (2016)
  10. M. Herein, J. Márfy, G. Drótos, and T. Tél, Probabilistic concepts in intermediate-complexity climate models: A snapshot attractor picture, Journal of Climate 29, 259-272 (2016)
  11. B. Kaszás, U. Feudel, and T. Tél, Death and revival of chaos, Phys. Rev. E 94, 062221(1-10) (2016)
  12. Z. Kökényesi, A. Sinkovics and R. J. Szabo, Chiral expansion and Macdonald deformation of two-dimensional Yang-Mills theory, Progress of Physics 64, 823-853 (2016)
  13. G. Palma, F. Niedermayer, Z. Rácz, A. Riveros, and D. Zambrano, Finite-size corrections to scaling of the magnetization distribution in the two-dimensional XY model at zero temperature, Phys. Rev. E 94, 022145 (2016)
  14. B. Pozsgay and V. Eisler, Real-time dynamics in a strongly interacting bosonic hopping model: global quenches and mapping to the XX chain, J. Stat. Mech. 053107 (2016)
  15. T. Temesvári, Comment on "Critical point scaling of Ising spin glasses in a magnetic field", Phys. Rev. B 94, 176401 (2016)
  16. S. Vesztergom, N. Barankai, N. Kovács, M. Újvári, P. Broekmann, H. Siegenthaler, and G. G. Láng, Electrical cross-talk in rotating ring–disk experiments, Electrochemistry Communications 68, 54-58 (2016)
  17. S. Vesztergom, N. Barankai, N. Kovács, M. Újvári, H. Siegenthaler, P. Broekmann, and G. G. Láng, Electrical cross-talk in four-electrode experiments, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 3165-3177 (2016)
  18. M. Vincze, Modeling Climate Change in the Laboratory, Teaching Physics Innivatively, eds: A. Király, T. Tél (Eötvös, Budapest, 2016)
  19. M. Vincze, I. Borcia, U. Harlander and P. Le Gal, Double-diffusive convection and baroclinic instability in a differentially heated and initially stratified rotating system: the barostrat instability, Fluid Dynamics Research 48, 061414 (2016)

Közlemények 2015

  1. E.G. Altmann, J.S.E. Portela, T. Tél, Chaotic Explosions, Eur. Phys. Lett. 109, 30003(1-6) (2015)
  2. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Cutoff Regularization Method in Gauge Theories, a chapter in: Gauge Theories and Differential Geometry, edited by Lance Bailey, Nova Science Publisher, pp. 199-218, 2015
  3. G. Drótos, T. Bódai, and T. Tél, Probabilistic concepts in a changing climate: A snapshot attractor picture, Journal of Climate 28, 3275-3288 (2015)
  4. G. Drótos and T. Tél, On the validity of the beta-plane approximation in the dynamics and the chaotic advection of a point vortex pair model on a rotating sphere, J. Atmos. Sci. 72, 415-429 (2015)
  5. V. Eisler, M-C. Chung and I. Peschel, Entanglement in composite free-fermion systems, J. Stat. Mech. P07011 (2015)
  6. V. Eisler,and Z. Zimborás, On the partial transpose of fermionic Gaussian states, New J. Phys. 17, 053048(15) (2015)
  7. L. Haszpra, T. Barcza, T. Haszpra, Zs. Pátkai, K.J. Davis, How well do tall-tower measurements characterize the CO2 mole fraction distribution in the planetary boundary layer? Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 8 (4), 1657–1671 (2015)
  8. T. Haszpra and T. Tél, Individual particle based description of atmospheric dispersion: A dynamical systems approach, in: The Fluid Dynamics of Climate, ed.: A. Provenzale et al., Springer, New York, pp. 95-119, 2016 [printed in 2015]
  9. P. Rakyta, M. Vigh, A. Csordás, and J. Cserti, Protected edge states in silicene antidots and dots in magnetic field, Phys. Rev. B 91, 125412(9) (2015)
  10. T. Tél, The joy of transient chaos, Chaos 25, 097619(1-11) (2015)
  11. M. Vincze and I.M. Jánosi, Laboratory experiments on large-scale geophysical flows, in: The Fluid Dynamics of Climate, ed.: A. Provenzale et al., Springer, New York, pp. 61-94, 2016, [printed in 2015]
  12. R. M. Walliser, F. Boudoire, E. Orosz, R. To´th, A. Braun, E. C. Constable, Z. Rácz, and I. Lagzi, Growth of Nanoparticles and Microparticles by Controlled Reaction-Diffusion Processes, Langmuir 31, 1828-1834 (2015)

Közlemények 2014

  1. S. Cremonini, A. Sinkovics: Spatially Modulated Instabilities of Geometries with Hyperscaling Violation, JHEP 1401, 099 (2014)
  2. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai E: Corrections to gauge theories in effective quantum gravity with a cutoff, Modern Phys. Lett. A29 1450024 (2014)
  3. A. Daitche, T. Tél: Memory effects in chaotic advection of inertial particles, New J. of Physics 16, 073008 (2014)
  4. G. Drótos, F.G. Montoya, C. Jung, T. Tél: Asymptotic observability of low-dimensional powder chaos in a three-degrees of-freedom scattering system, Phys. Rev. E 90, 022906 (2014)
  5. T. Haszpra, A. Horányi: Some aspects of the impact of meteorological forecast uncertainties on environmental dispersion prediction, Időjárás 118, 335–347. (2014)
  6. B. Péter, S. Kurunczi, D. Patkó, I. Lagzi, B. Kowalczyk, Z. Rácz, B.A. Grzybowski, R. Horváth: Label-Free in Situ Optical Monitoring of the Adsoption of Oppositely Charged Nanoparticles, LANGMUIR 30, 13478-13482 (2014)
  7. P. Rakyta, E. Tóvári, M. Csontos, Sz. Csonka, A. Csordás, J. Cserti: Emergence of bound states in ballistic magnetotransport of graphene antidots, Phys. Rev. B 90. 125428 (2014)
  8. T. Temesvári: The pertubative structure of spin glass field theory, Nucl. Phys. B 880, 528-551 (2014)
  9. S. Thomas, G. Varghese, D. Bárdfalvi, I. Lagzi, Z. Rácz: Helicoidal precipitation patterns in silica and agarose gels, Chem. Phys. Lett. 599, 159-162 (2014)
  10. J. Vanyó, M. Vincze, I.M. Jánosi, T. Tél T: Chaotic motion of light particles in an unsteady three-dimensional vortex: Experiments and simulation, Phys. Rev. E 90, 013002. (2014)
  11. M. Zsugyel, T. Tél, J. Józsa: Numerical investigation of chaotic advection past a groyne based, Advances in Water Resources 71, 81-92 (2014)

Közlemények 2013

  1. E.G. Altmann, J.S.E. Portela, T. Tél: Chaotic systems with absorption, Physical Review Letters 111, 144101 (2013)
  2. E.G. Altmann, J.S.E. Portela, T. Tél: Leaking chaotic systems, Rev. Mod. Phys. 85,. 869-918 (2013)
  3. T. Bódai, G. Károlyi, T. Tél: Driving a conceptual model climate by different processes: Snapshot attractors and extreme events, Phys. Rev. E 87, 022822. (2013)
  4. H.Y. Chen, A. Sinkovics: On integrable structure and geometric transition in supersymmetric gauge theories, JHEP05, 158. (2013)
  5. G. Drótos, T. Tél, G. Kovács: Modulated point-vortex pairs on a rotating sphere: Dynamics and chaotic advection, Phys. Rev. E 87, 063017 (2013)
  6. V. Eisler, Z. Rácz: Full Counting Statistics in a Propagating Quantum Front and Random Matrix Spectra, Physical Review Letters 110, 060602. (2013)
  7. K. Guseva, U. Feudel, T. Tél: Influence of the history force on inertial particle advection: Gravitational effects and horizontal diffusion, Phys. Rev. E 88, 042909. (2013)
  8. T. Haszpra, I. Lagzi, T. Tél: Dispersion of aerosol particles in the free atmosphere using ensemble forecasts, Nonlin. Proc. Geophys. 20, 759-770 (2013)
  9. T. Haszpra, T. Tél: Escape rate: A Lagrangian measure of particle deposition from the atmosphere, Nonlin. Proc. Geophys. 20, 867-881 (2013)
  10. T. Haszpra, T. Tél: Topological Entropy: A Lagrangian measure of the state of the free atmosphere, J. Atmosph. Sci, 70,. 4030-4040 (2013)
  11. Z. Kökényesi, A. Sinkovics, R.J. Szabo: Refined Chern-Simons theory and (q, t)-deformed Yang-Mills theory: Semi-classical expansion and planar limit, JHEP10, 067 (2013)
  12. A.E. Motter, M. Gruiz, G. Károlyi. T. Tél: Doubly transient chaos: Generic form of chaos in autonomous dissipative systems, Physical Review Letters 111, 194101. (2013)
  13. B. Sándor, F. Járai-Szabó, T. Tél, Z. Néda: Chaos on the conveyor belt, Phys. Rev. E 87, 042920 (2013)
  14. S. Thomas, I. Lagzi, F. Molnar, Z. Rácz Z: Helices in the wake of precipitation fronts, Phys. Rev. E 88, 022141. (2013)
  15. S. Thomas, I. Lagzi, F. Molnar, Z. Rácz: Probability of the Emergence of Helical Precipitation Patterns in the Wake of Reaction-Diffusion Fronts, Physical Review Letters 111, 078303 (2013)
  16. S. Thomas, F. Molnar, Z. Rácz, I. Lagzi: Matalon-Packter law for stretched helicoids formed in precipitation processes, Chem. Phys. Lett. 577, 38-41 (2013)

Közlemények 2012

  1. Z. Bajnok: Review of AdS/CFT Integrability, Chapter III.6: Thermodynamic Bethe Ansatz, Lett. Math.Phys. 99, 299-320 (2012)
  2. Z. Bajnok, R.I. Nepomechie, L. Palla, R. Suzuki: Y-system for Y=0 brane in planar AdS/CFT, JHEP 1208, 149 (2012)
  3. N. Beisert, C.Ahn, L.F. Alday, Z. Bajnok et. al: Review of AdS/CFT Integrability: An Overview, Lett.Math.Phys. 99 (2012) 3-32
  4. T. Bódai, T. Tél: Annual variability in a conceptual climate model: Snapshot attractors, hysteresis in extreme events, and climate sensitivity, Chaos 22, 023110 (2012)
  5. M. Bogli, F. Niedermayer, M. Pepe, U.J. Wiese: Non-trivial theta-Vacuum Effects in the 2-d O(3) Model, JHEP 1204, 117 (2012)
  6. J. Boschan, J.M. Vincze, I.M.Jánosi, T. Tél: Nonlinear resonance in barotropic-baroclinic transfer generated by bottom sills, Physics of Fluids, 24, 046601 (2012)
  7. M. Cirafici, A. Sinkovics and R. Szabo: Instanton Counting and Wall-Crossing for Orbifold Quivers, Annales Henri Poincaré, Aug 2012, 1-41 (2012)
  8. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai: Fermion Condensate as Higgs Substitute, a "New Developements in the Standard Model" kötetben (pp. 185- 210) Szerkesztõ: Ryan J. Larson, Nova Science Publisher Hauppage, NY 11788 ISBN: 978-1-61209-989-7
  9. G. Drótos, C. Jung, T. Tél: When is high-dimensional scattering chaos essentially two dimensional? Measuring the product structure of singularities, Phys. Rev. E. 86, 056210 (2012)
  10. G.Z. Feher, T Palmai, G Takács: Sine-Gordon multisoliton form factors in finite volume, Phys. Rev. D 85, 085005 (2012)
  11. T. Haszpra, P. Kiss, T. Tél, and I.M. Jánosi: Advection of passive tracers in the atmosphere: Batchelor scaling, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 22, 1250241 (2012)
  12. G. Parisi and T. Temesvári: Replica symmetry breaking in and around six dimensions, Nuclear Physics B 858, 293-316 (2012)
  13. M. Taghizadeh-Popp, K. Ozogány, Z. Rácz, E. Regoes, A.S. Szalay: Distribution of Maximal Luminosity of Galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, The Astrophysical Journal 759, 100, (2012)
  14. G. Takács, G M Watts: Excited state g-functions from the truncated conformal space. J. High Energy Physics 2012, Paper 082 (2012)
  15. M. Vincze, I.M. Jánosi, E. Barsy, T. Tél, A. Várai: An experimental study of the Atlantic variability on interdecadal timescales, Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 19, 335-343 (2012)

Közlemények 2011

  1. C. Ahn, Z. Bajnok, D. Bombardelli, R.I. Nepomechie, Twisted Bethe equations from a twisted S-matrix, JHEP 1102, 027 (2011)
  2. C. Ahn, Z. Bajnok, D. Bombardelli, R.I. Nepomechie, TBA, NLO Luscher correction, and double wrapping in twisted AdS/CFT, JHEP 1112, 059 (2011)
  3. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, Boundary finite size corrections for multiparticle states and planar AdS/CFT, JHEP 1101, 011 (2011)
  4. Z. Bajnok, O. el Deeb: 6-loop anomalous dimension of a single impurity operator from AdS/CFT and multiple zeta values, JHEP 1101, 054 (2011)
  5. Z. Bajnok, L. Samaj, Introduction to integrable many body systems III, Acta Physica Slovaca 61, 129-271 (2011)
  6. T. Bódai, G. Károlyi, T. Tél, A chaotically driven model climate: extreme events and snapshot attractors, Nonlin. Proc Geophys 18, 573-580 (2011)
  7. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Symmetry preserving regularization with a cutoff, Central Eur. J. Phys. 9, 1237-1247 (2011)
  8. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Note on triangle anomaly with improved momentum cutoff, Mod. Phys. Lett. A26, 1537-1545 (2011)
  9. A. Daitche, T. Tél: Memory effects are relevant for chaotic advection of inertial particles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 244501 (2011)
  10. G. Drótos, T. Tél, Chaotic saddles in a gravitational field: The case of inertial particles in finite domains, Phys. Rev. E 83, 056203 (2011)
  11. G. Feher, G. Takács, Sine-Gordon form factors in finite volume, Nucl. Phys. B 852, 441-467 (2011)
  12. T. Kovács, Gy. Bene, T. Tél, Relativistic effects in the chaotic Sitnikov problem, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 414, 2275-2281 (2011)
  13. M. Lencsés, G. Takács, Breather boundary form factors in sine-Gordon theory, Nucl. Phys. B 852, 615-633 (2011)
  14. N.R. Moloney, K. Ozogány, and Z. Rácz, Order statistics of $1/f^\alpha$ signals, Phys. Rev. E 84, 061101 (2011)
  15. G. Takács, Determining matrix elements and resonance widths from finite volume: the dangerous mu-terms, J. High Energy Physics 1111, 113 (2011)

Közlemények 2010

  1. C. Ahn, Z. Bajnok, D. Bombardelli, R.I. Nepomechie, Finite-size effect for four-loop Konishi of the beta-deformed N=4 SYM, Phys.Lett. B 693, 380-385 (2010)
  2. Z. Bajnok, Á. Hegedűs, R.A. Janik, T. Lukowski, Five loop Konishi from AdS/CFT, Nucl. Phys. B 827, 426-456 (2010)
  3. Z. Bajnok, O. el Deeb, Form factors in the presence of integrable defects, Nucl. Phys. B 832, 500-519 (2010)
  4. E. Bertin, G. Györgyi, Renormalization flow in extreme value statistics, J. Stat. Mech. P08022 (2010)
  5. D.L. González-Cabrera, Z. Rácz, F. van Wijland, Casimir effect in the nonequilibrium steady state of a quantum chain, Phys. Rev. A 81, 052512 (2010)
  6. I. Groma, G. Györgyi,, P.D. Ispánovity, Variational approach in dislocation theory, Philosophical Magazine 90, 3679--3695 (2010)
  7. G. Györgyi, N.R. Moloney,, K. Ozogány, Z. Rácz, M. Droz, Renormalization-group theory for finite-size scaling in extreme statistics, Phys. Rev. E 81, 041135 (2010)
  8. P.D. Ispánovity, I. Groma, G. Györgyi, F.F. Csikor, D. Weygand, Submicron Plasticity: Yield Stress, Dislocation Avalanches, and Velocity Distribution, Phys. Rev. Lett.105, 085503 (2010)
  9. B. Pozsgay, G. Takács, Form factor expansion for thermal correlators, J. Stat. Mech. P11012 (2010)
  10. G. Takács, Form factor perturbation theory from finite volume, Nucl. Phys. B 825, 466-481 (2010)
  11. T. Temesvári, The Ising spin glass in finite dimensions: A perturbative study of the free energy, Nucl. Phys. B 829, 534-554 (2010)

Közlemények 2009

  1. Z. Bajnok, R. A. Janik, Four-loop perturbative Konishi from strings and finite size effects for multiparticle states, Nucl. Phys. B 807, 625-650 (2009)
  2. Z. Bajnok, J. Balog, B. Basso, G.P. Korchemsky, L. Palla, Scaling function in AdS/CFT from the O(6) sigma model, Nucl. Phys. B 811, 438-462 (2009)
  3. Z. Bajnok, R. A. Janik, T. Lukowski, Four loop twist two, BFKL, wrapping and strings, Nucl. Phys. B 816: 376-398 (2009)
  4. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, G. Pócsik, S and T parameters in the Fermion condensate model, Mod. Phys. Lett. A24, 2331-2344 (2009). e-Print: arXiv:0904.1090 [hep-ph] IF: 1.455 (2007)
  5. Gy. Fodor, P. Forgács, Z. Horváth, M. Mezei, Computation of the radiation amplitude of oscillons, Phys. Rev. D79, 065002. (2009), DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.79.065002 [22 pages]
  6. Gy. Fodor, P. Forgács, Z. Horváth, M. Mezei, Oscillons in dilaton-scalar theories, JHEP 08, 106 (2009), DOI: 10.1088/1126-6708/2009/08/106 [29 pages]
  7. Gy. Fodor, P. Forgács, Z. Horváth, M. Mezei, Radiation of scalar oscillons in 2 and 3 dimensions, Phys. Lett. B674, 319-324 (2009)
  8. K. Martens, M. Droz, Z. Rácz, Width of reaction zones in A+B -> C type reaction-diffusion processes: Effects of an electric current, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 234506 (2009)
  9. G. Mussardo, G. Takács, Effective potentials and kink spectra in non-integrable perturbed conformal field theories, J. Phys. A 42 304022 (2009), arXiv:0901.3537 [hep-th] (2008)
  10. A. Volford, I. Lagzi, F. Molnár Jr., Z. Rácz, Coarsening of precipitation patterns in a moving reaction-diffusion front, Phys. Rev. E76, 055102(R) (2009)

Közlemények 2008

  1. C. Ahn, Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, F. Ravanini, NLIE of Dirichlet sine-Gordon Model for Boundary Bound States, Nucl. Phys. B 799, 379-402 (2008)
  2. Z. Bajnok, Zs. Simon, Solving topological defects via fusion, Nucl. Phys. B 802, 307-329 (2008)
  3. Z. Bajnok, C. Rim, Al. Zamolodchikov, Sinh-Gordon boundary TBA and boundary Liouville reflection amplitude, Nucl. Phys. B 796, 622-650 (2008)
  4. I. Bena, M. Droz, I. Lagzi, K. Martens, Z. Rácz, A. Volford: Designed patterns: Flexible control of precipitation through electric currents, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 075701 (2008)
  5. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Electroweak precision constraints on vector-like Fermions, Eur. Phys. J. C58, 463-469 (2008), e-Print: arXiv:0804.4080 [hep-ph]
  6. Gy. Fodor, P. Forgács, Z. Horváth, A. Lukács, Small amplitude quasi-breathers and oscillons, Phys. Rev. D78, 025003 (2008), e-Print: arXiv:0802.3525 [hep-th]
  7. G. Györgyi, N. Moloney, K. Ozogány, Z. Rácz, Finite size scaling in extreme statistics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 210601 (2008)
  8. Z. Horváth, Mikrokozmosz - világunk építőköveinek kutatása, Mindentudás Egyeteme III. kötet, Kossuth Kiadó, Budapest, 2004
  9. P.D. Ispánovity, I. Groma, G. Györgyi, Evolution of the correlation functions in two-dimensional dislocation systems, Phys. Rev. B78, 024119 (2008)
  10. M. Kormos, G. Takács, Boundary form factors in finite volume, Nucl. Phys. B 803, 277-298 (2008), arXiv: 0712.1886 [hep-th]
  11. K. Martens, I. Bena, M. Droz, Z. Rácz, Encoding information into precipitation structures, J. Stat. Mech. P12003 (2008)
  12. B. Pozsgay, G. Takács, Form factors in finite volume II: disconnected terms and finite temperature correlators, Nucl. Phys. B 788, 209-251 (2008), arXiv: 0706.3605 [hep-th]
  13. B. Pozsgay, G. Takács, Form factors in finite volume I: form factor bootstrap and truncated conformal space, Nucl. Phys. B 788, 167-208 (2008), arXiv: 0706.1445 [hep-th]
  14. E.L. Szabó, A matematika-filozófiai formalizmus találkozása az elmefilozófiai fizikalizmussal, in Csányi V., Kampis Gy. és Pléh Cs. (szerk.) Az észleléstől a nyelvig, Gondolat Kiadó, Budapest, 2004.
  15. G. Takács: Finite temperature expectation values of boundary operators, Nucl. Phys. B 805, 391-417 (2008), arXiv: 0804.4096 [hep-th]
  16. G. Takács: Form factors of boundary exponential operators in the sinh-Gordon model, Nucl. Phys. B 801, 187-206 (2008), arXiv: 0801.0962 [hep-th]
  17. T. Temesvári: Almeida-Thouless transition below six dimensions, Phys. Rev. B78, 220401(R) (2008), arXiv:0809.1839

Közlemények 2007

  1. T. Antal, I. Bena, M. Droz, K. Martens, and Z. Rácz, Guiding-fields for phase-separation: Controlling Liesegang patterns, Phys. Rev. E 76, 046203 (2007)
  2. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, G. Takács, Boundary one-point function, Casimir energy and boundary state formalism in D+1 dimensional QFT, Nucl. Phys. B 772, 290-322 (2007), hep-th/0611176
  3. B. Bakó, I. Groma, G. Györgyi, G. Zimányi, Dislocation Glasses: Aging during Relaxation and Coarsening, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 075701 (2007)
  4. I. Bena, M. Droz, K. Martens, Z. Rácz, Reaction-diffusion fronts with inhomogeneous initial conditions, J. Phys. C19, 065103 (2007)
  5. T. W. Burkhardt, G. Györgyi, N. Moloney, Z. Rácz, Extreme statistics for time series: Distribution of the maximum relative to the initial value, Phys. Rev. E 76, 041119 (2007)
  6. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, Gap equations and electroweak symmetry breaking, J. Phys. G34, 1711-1720 (2007), e-Print: hep-ph/0607021
  7. C. Duval, Z. Horváth, P. Horváthy, Geometrical spinoptics and the optical Hall effect, J. Geom. Phys. 57 925 (2007), math-ph/0509031
  8. G. Györgyi, N. Moloney, K. Ozogány, Z. Rácz, Maximal height statistics for 1/f^\alpha signals, Phys. Rev. E 75, 021123 (2007)
  9. I. Lagzi, P. Pápai, Z. Rácz, Complex motion of precipitation bands, Chem. Phys. Lett. 433, 286-291 (2007)
  10. B. Pozsgay, G. Takács, Form factors in finite volume I: form factor bootstrap and truncated conformal space, Nucl. Phys. B 788, 167-208 (2008), arXiv: 0706.1445 [hep-th]
  11. B. Pozsgay, G. Takács, Form factors in finite volume II: disconnected terms and finite temperature correlators, Nucl. Phys. B 788, 209-251 (2008), arXiv: 0706.3605 [hep-th]
  12. M. Szőts, G. Takács, Spectrum of local boundary operators from boundary form factor bootstrap, Nucl. Phys. B 785, 211-233 (2007), hep-th/0703226
  13. T. Temesvári, Replica symmetric spin glass field theory, Nuclear Physics B 772, 340-370 (2007), cond-mat/0612523

Közlemények 2006

  1. T. Antal, I. Scheuring, Fixation of strategies for an evolutionary game in finite populations, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 68, 1923 (2006)
  2. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, G. Takács, On the boundary form-factor program, Nucl. Phys. B 750, 179-212 (2006), hep-th/0603171
  3. Z. Bajnok, Equivalences between spin models induced by defects, J. Stat. Mech. 0606 P010 (2006)
  4. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, G. Takács, Casimir force between planes as a boundary finite size effect, Phys. Rev. D73, 065001 (2006)
  5. Z. Bajnok, A. George, From defects to boundaries, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A21 1063-1078 (2006)
  6. J. Balog, F. Niedermayer, P. Weisz, Repairing Stevenson's step in the 4-D Ising model, Nucl. Phys. B 741, 390-403 (2006), hep-lat/0601016
  7. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, G. Pócsik, Fermion condensate model of electroweak interactions, Eur. Phys. J. C46 545-549 (2006)
  8. G. Cynolter and E. Lendvai, Dynamical Symmetry Breaking with Vector Bosons, "Search for the Higgs Boson", 101-116. oldal, szerkesztő: John V. Lee, 2006, ISBN 1-59454-861-7.
  9. C. Duval, Z. Horváth, P.A. Horváthy, L. Martina and P. Stichel: Berry phase correction to electron density in solids end 'exotic' dynamics, Mod. Phys. Lett. B20, 373-378 (2006), cond-mat/050651
  10. C. Duval, Z. Horváth, P.A. Horváthy, L. Martina and P. Stichel: Comment on 'Berry phase correction to electron density in solids' by Xiao et al.", Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 099701 (2006), cond-mat/0509806
  11. V. Eisler, O. Legeza, Z. Rácz, Fluctuations in subsystems of the zero temperature XX chain: Emergence of an effective temperature, J. Stat. Mech. 2006, P11013 (2006)
  12. I. Groma, G. Györgyi, B. Kocsis, Debye screening of dislocations, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 165503 (2006)
  13. I. Groma, G. Györgyi, B. Kocsis, Dynamics of coarse grained dislocation densities from an effective free energy, Philosophical Magazine 87 1185-1199 (2006)
  14. H. Guclu, G. Korniss, M. A. Novotny, Z. Toroczkai, Z. Rácz, Synchronization Landscapes in Small-World-Connected Computer Networks, Phys. Rev. E 73, 066115 (2006)
  15. P. Hasenfratz, F. Niedermayer, R. von Allmen, Lattice Regularization and Symmetries, JHEP 0610, 010 (2006), hep-lat/0606021
  16. Z. Néda, R. Florian, M. Ravasz, A. Libal, G. Györgyi, Phase transition in an optimal clusterization model, Physica A 362, 357-368 (2006)
  17. L. O'Malley, B. Kozma, G. Korniss, Z. Rácz, T. Caraco, Fisher waves and front roughening in a two-species invasion model with preemptive competition, Phys. Rev. E 74, 041116 (2006)
  18. B. Pozsgay and G. Takács, Characterization of resonances using finite size effects, Nucl. Phys. B748 485-523 (2006), hep-th/0604022
  19. G. Takács, F. Wágner, Double sine-Gordon model revisited, Nucl. Phys. B741 353-367 (2006), hep-th/0512265
  20. T. Temesvári, Is the droplet theory for the Ising spin glass inconsistent with the replica field theory ?, J. Phys. A39 61-67 (2006), cond-mat/0510209

Közlemények 2005

  1. Ch.R. Ahn, Z. Bajnok, R. I. Nepomechie, L. Palla, G. Takács, NLIE for hole excited states in the sine-Gordon model with two boundaries, Nucl. Phys. B 714, 307-335 (2005), hep-th/0501047
  2. T. Antal, P. L. Krapivsky, Weight-driven growing networks, Physical Review E71, 026103 (2005)
  3. T. Antal, S. Redner, Excited Random Walk in One Dimension, Journal of Physics A38, 2555 (2005)
  4. T. Antal, P. L. Krapivsky, A "Burnt Bridge" mechanism of molecular motor motion, Physical Review E72, 046104 (2005)
  5. T. Antal, P. L. Krapivsky, S. Redner, Dynamics of social balance on networks, Physical Review E72, 036121 (2005)
  6. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, G. Takács, Finite size effects in quantum field theories with boundary from scattering data, Nucl.Phys. B 716, 519-542 (2005), hep-th/0412192
  7. I. Bena, F. Coppex, M. Droz, Z. Rácz, Front motion in an $A+B\rightarrow C$ type reaction-diffusion process: Effects of an electric field, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 024512 (2005)
  8. I. Bena, M. Droz, and Z. Rácz: Formation of Liesegang patterns in the presence of an electric field, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 204502 (2005)
  9. T. S. Biró, G. Györgyi, A. Jakovác, G. Purcsel, A non-conventional description of Quark Matter, (Strangeness in Quark Matter 2004, konferencia proceedings) J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 31, S759-S763 (2005)
  10. G. Cynolter, Wave Function of the Radion with BPS Branes, Modern Physics Letters A20, 519-532 (2005)
  11. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai, G. Pócsik, Note on Unitarity Constraints in a Model for a Singlet Scalar Dark Matter Candidate, Acta Physica Polonica B36, 827-832 (2005), e-Print Archive: hep-ph/0410102
  12. A.Hasenfratz, P. Hasenfratz, F. Niedermayer, Simulating full QCD with the Fixed Point Action, Phys. Rev. D72, 114508 (2005), e-Print Archive: hep-lat/0506024
  13. V. Lecomte, Z. Rácz, and F. van Wijland, Energy flux distribution in a two-temperature Ising model, J. Stat. Mech. P2008 Feb. (2005)
  14. L. Samaj, Z. Bajnok, Exactly solvable model of the 2D electrical double layer, Phys. Rev. E72, 061503 (2005), cond-mat/0508410
  15. F. van Wijland, Z. Rácz, Large deviations in weakly interacting boundary driven lattice gases, J. Stat. Phys. 118, 27 (2005)

Közlemények 2004

  1. T. Antal, M. Droz, Z. Rácz, Probability distribution of magnetization in the one-dimensional Ising model: Effects of boundary conditions, J. Phys. A37, 1465-78 (2004)
  2. Z. Bajnok, L. Palla, G. Takács, (Semi)classical analysis of sine-Gordon theory on a strip, Nucl. Phys. B702, 448-480 (2004)
  3. Z. Bajnok, C. Dunning, L. Palla, G. Takács, F. Wágner, SUSY sine-Gordon theory as a perturbed conformal field theory and finite size effects, Nucl. Phys. B 679, 521-544 (2004)
  4. Z. Bajnok, G. Böhm, G. Takács, On perturbative quantum field theory with boundary, Nucl. Phys. B 682, 585-617 (2004)
  5. G. Cynolter, E. Lendvai and G. Pócsik, Vector condensate model of electroweak interactions, Eur. Phys. J. C38, 247-250 (2004), e-Print arXiv:hep-ph/0402117
  6. L. Herényi, K.Szigeti, J.Fidy, T.Temesvári, J.Schlichter, J.Friedrich: Aging dynamics in globular proteins: summary and analysis of experimental results and simulation by a modified trap model, Eur. Biophys. J 33, 68-75 (2004)
  7. V. Hunyadi, Z. Rácz, and L. Sasvári, Dynamic scaling of fronts in the quantum XX chain, Phys. Rev. E69, 066103 (2004)
  8. I.M. Jánosi, D. Jan, K.G. Szabó, T. Tél, Turbulent drag reduction in dam-break flows, Experiments in Fluids 37, 219-229 (2004)
  9. I.M. Jánosi, K.G. Szabó, T. Tél, High precision balance from salt and water and the slow swelling of ping, European Journal of Physics 25, 303-310 (2004)
  10. F. Niedermayer, C. Gattringer et al. (Bern-Graz-Regensburg Collaboration), Quenched spectroscopy with fixed point and chirally improved fermions, Nucl. Phys. B 677, 3-51 (2004), e-Print arXiv:hep-lat/0307013
  11. F. Niedermayer, P. Hasenfratz et al. (Bern-Graz-Regensburg Collaboration), New results on cut-off effects in spectroscopy with the fixed point action, JHEP 0412, 030 (2004), e-Print arXiv:hep-lat/0411034
  12. L.E. Szabó, On the meaning of Lorentz covariance, Foundations of Physics Letters 17, 479-496 (2004)