Early Stage Researcher
Sept 2015: PhD student in the group of Prof. Dr. F. Marquardt, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
Oct 2013 – Oct 2014: M.Sc in Physics (Optics & Photonics), Department of Physics of Imperial College London (United Kingdom).
Sept 2009 – Jan 2013: B.Sc in Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Budapest University of Technology.
Current research topic:
Investigation of the flow of photons and phonons in optomechanical arrays where the optomechanical bandstructure can be engineered using arbitrary configurations of the laser field impinging on the sample. This includes topologically nontrivial phases where transport takes place in chiral edge states and nonequilibrium dynamics becomes important. The influence of interactions and time-dependent dynamics on topological behaviour in such a bosonic system will be studied, to explore what sets it apart from the conventional single-particle situation. In addition, further studies may include optomechanics in other unconventional settings.
- Körmöczi Koppány, Zsolt Szabó, “Near-infrared Invisibility Cloak Engineered with Two-phase Metal-dielectric Composites,” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS 50:(2) 7005004. 4 p. (2014)
- Körmöczi Koppány, Szabó Zsolt, “Simulation of transformation optics designed metamaterial for electromagnetic cloaking,” PERIODICA POLYTECHNICA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE 56:(3) pp. 63-69. (2012)
“Near-Infrared Invisibility Cloak Engineered With Two-phase Metal-Dielectric Composites,” COMPUMAG 2013, Budapest – Hungary, 2013.06.30-2013.07.04.
National Conference of Scientific Students’ Associations, Kecskemét – Hungary, 2013.04.24-2013.04.26.
Conference of Scientific Students’ Associations, Budapest – Hungary, 2012.11.14.
“Electromagnetic Concealment of Cylindrical Objects Exposed to Point Sources,” Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics, Sopron – Hungary, 2012.06.03-2012.06.06.