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Curriculum Vitae of Attila Krasznahorkay

Last updated: 11 December 2006

Personal Data:

 Date and place of birth: 1 January 1954, Bakonszeg, Hungary

 Citizenship: Hungarian

 Marital status: Married (Maria Kripko, 1978), 2 children: Ilona (1979), Attila (1981)

Education and degrees:

 1978 MSc in Physics, Kossuth Lajos University, Debrecen, Hungary

 1982 PhD in Physics, Kossuth Lajos University, Debrecen, Hungary

 1990 Candidate degree of the physical science (CSc), Hung. Acad. Sci.

 2001 Doctoral degree of the physical science (DSc, Doctor of Academy), Hung. Acad. Sci.

Experience:

 1975-1978 Research work at Lajos Kossuth University

 1978-1980 Research fellowship from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 1980-1989 Research worker at ATOMKI

 1990-1991 Post doctoral position at the Kernfysich Versneller Instituut (KVI) Groningen (The Netherlands)

 1992-1994 Senior research associate at ATOMKI

 1994 - Section Head, Section of Experimental Nuclear Physics, ATOMKI

 1996 DAAD research fellowship (3 months) at the Section Physics Universität München

 1996 JSPS research fellowship (3 months) at the Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP), Osaka University, Japan.

 1998-1999 Visiting research scholar (8 months) at RCNP Osaka

 2000-2001 Invited researcher (6 months) at KVI Groningen

 2005- Titular professor at the University of Szeged

Awards:

 1989 Youth prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 1993 "S. Szalay" price of ATOMKI 

 1996 "P. Selényi" price of the Hungarian Physical Society L. Eötvös

Research subject:

 Super- and hyperdeformed states in the actinide region

 Giant resonances, neutron-skin thickness measurements

 Fundamental interactions in nuclear transitions

Publications, presentations:

 115 refereed papers (80% in international journals)

 more than 505 citations

Research supervision:

 A. Foldes, diploma work, 1982-1984 (Title: Search for anomal internal conversion in 18F , 1984)

 M. Hunyadi, diploma work, 1993-1995 (Title: Super- and hyperdeformed states in 236U, 1995)

 M. Hunyadi, PhD, 1995-1999 (Title: Experimental study of super- and hyperdeformed states in the actinide region, 1999)

 P. Trestyanszki, diploma work, 2000-2002 (Title: Experimental study of the mass distribution of the fission fragments, , 2002)

 M. Csatlos, PhD, 2000-2003 (Title: Experimental study of the neutron skin thickness and the hyperdeformation, 2003)

 L. Csige, diploma work, 2002-2004 (Title: Study of the deformation of the proton and neutron distributions in 16C, 2004)

 A. Vitez, diploma work, 2002-2004 (Title: Study of the neutron-skin thickness by exciting the spin dipole giant resonance, 2004)

 L. Csige, PhD degree, in progress, 2004- (Subject: Study of hyperdeformed states and clusterisation in the actinide region )

 L. Csige, PhD degree, in progress, 2004- (Subject: Study of spin isospin giant resonances and searching for a new boson in internal pair creation )

Participation in scientific committees:

 Member of the Committe of the Nuclear Physics in the Section of the Physical Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1998- )

 Member of the Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee (NuPECC) (2003- )

 Secretary of the Doctoral Committe in the Section of the Physical Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2006- )

 Secretary of the Committe of the Nuclear Physics in the Section of the Physical Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2006- )