Ispanovity Péter Dusán

Ispanovity Péter Dusán

Egyetemi adjunktus

PhD (Eötvös, 2009)

Anyagfizikai Tanszék

Szoba: 4.73
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Research interests:
My research primary focuses on the plasticity of materials with heterogeneous microstructures that give rise to large spatiotemporal fluctuations during deformation. Of particular interest are metallic crystals where complex dislocation patterns form upon external load and deformation is characterised by power-law distributed strain bursts. I mostly perform theoretical investigations that are based on large-scale numerical simulations but I am also involved in experimental works related to micron-scale plasticity and methods used to characterise complex dislocation structures.

Major grants:
    - Sep. 2017-Aug. 2019: Grant for research groups with internationally outstanding high impact results (KH-125380)
    - Sep. 2012– Feb. 2016: Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (CIG-321842, StochPlast)
    - Sep. 2012– Feb. 2016: Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Hungarian Scientific and Research Fund (PD-105256)

Prizes and Fellowships:
    - Sep. 2018-Jun. 2019: Fellowship in the framework of the New National Excellence Program of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities
    - Sep. 2017-Jun. 2018: Fellowship in the framework of the New National Excellence Program of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities
    - 2016: Excellent Teacher of the Faculty
    - 2016: The Rector's Excellence Award
    - Sep. 2015-Jun. 2019: János Bolyai Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (bo_880_15)

Work Experience:
    - Jul. 2011-Present: Assistant Professor, Eötvös University, Budapest
    - Aug. 2009-Jul. 2011: Postdoctoral Fellow, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland
    - Mar. 2008-Jun. 2009: Teaching Assistant, Eötvös University, Budapest

    - Introductory lectures on Mechanics and Thermodynamics
    - Specialized lectures on topics related to materials science

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Válogatott publikációk az utóbbi évekből

  1. P. D. Ispánovity, L. Laurson, M. Zaiser, I. Groma, S. Zapperi és M. J. Alava, Avalanches in 2D Dislocation Systems: Plastic Yielding is not Depinning, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 235501 (2014)
  2. I. Groma, Z. Vandrus és P. D. Ispánovity, Scale-free phase field theory of dislocations, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 015503 (2015)
  3. P. D. Ispánovity, Á. Hegyi, I. Groma, G. Györgyi, K. Ratter és D. Weygand, Average yielding and weakest link statistics in micron-scale plasticity, Acta Mater. 61, 6234 (2013)
  4. I. Groma, M. Zaiser és P. D. Ispanovity, Dislocation patterning in a two-dimensional continuum theory of dislocations, Phys. Rev. B 93, 214110 (2016)
  5. P. D. Ispánovity, D. Tüzes, P. Szabó, M. Zaiser és István Groma, The role of weakest links and system size scaling in multiscale modeling of stochastic plasticity, Phys. Rev. B 95, 054108 (2017)
  6. D. Tüzes, M. Zaiser és P. D. Ispánovity, Disorder is good for you: The influence of local disorder on strain localization and ductility of strain softening materials, Int. J. Fract. 205, 139 (2017)
  7. Á. Hegyi, P. D. Ispánovity, M. Knapek, D. Tüzes, K. Máthis, F. Chmelík, Z. Dankházi, G. Varga és I. Groma, Micron-scale deformation: a coupled in-situ study of strain bursts and acoustic emission, Microscopy and Microanalysis 23, 1076 (2017)
  8. Sz. Kalácska, I. Groma, A. Borbély és P. D. Ispánovity, Comparison of the dislocation density obtained by HR-EBSD and X-ray profile analysis, Appl. Phys. Lett. 110, 091912 (2017)
  9. P. Szabó, P. D. Ispánovity és I. Groma, Plastic strain is a mixture of avalanches and quasireversible deformations: Study of various sizes, Phys. Rev. B 91, 054106 (2015)
  10. I. Groma, D. Tüzes és P. D. Ispánovity, Asymmetric X-ray line broadening caused by dislocation polarization induced by external load, Scripta Mater. 68, 755 (2013)