Jánosi Imre

Jánosi Imre

egyetemi tanár

PhD (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest, 1995)

Habilitáció (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest, 2004)

Az MTA doktora (2009)

Komplex Rendszerek Fizikája Tanszék

Szoba: Északi tömb 5.54
Telefon: +36-1-372-2878
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Honlap: lecso.elte.hu
Emailcím: uh.etle.ktt@isonaj.ermi


Computer aided analysis and simulation of complex systems, self-organized criticality, chaos, nonlinear time-series analysis
granular material, bioconvection, laboratory modeling of environmental flows, data mining of environmental records
Founding member of the von Kármán Laboratory of Environmental Flows
1993-1994: 8 months research grant, , Gerhart Mercator University, Duisburg, Germany
1995-1997: 23 months reseacrh fellowship, Centre for High Performance Computing, Research Center Jülich, Germany
1996: 1 month visiting research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
1998: 6 weeks visiting research, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil
2000-2001: 4 months visiting research, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008: 5 months sabbatical research, IMA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
2019: 2 months guest research, Max Planck Institut, Dresden, Germany
Besides 4 Hungarian scholarships and 1 national award, Outstanding Referee of the Am. Phys. Soc. (2008).
13 research projects by local support, 5 projects in EU collaborations, 7 travel grants

Tudományos adatbázisok profiloldalai:

Az utolsó 5 év válogatott közleményei:

  1. T. Tél, L. Kadi, I. M. Jánosi, and M. Vincze: Experimental demonstration of the water-holding property of three-dimensional vortices. Europhysics Letters, 123, 44001 (2018). CrossLink
  2. G. Horváth, Á. Pereszlényi, D. Száz, A. Barta, I. M. Jánosi, B. Gerics, and S. Åkesson: Experimental evidence that stripes do not cool zebras. Scientific Reports, 8, 9351 (2018).
  3. M. Vincze, and I. M. Jánosi: Laboratory experiments on large-scale geophysical flows. In: The Fluid Dynamics of Climate, eds.: A. Provenzale, E. Palazzi, and K. Fraedrich. (CISM Courses and Lectures, Vol. 564.) Springer, Vienna, CISM Udine, 2016, pp. 61-94.
  4. G. Tóth, and I. M. Jánosi: Vorticity generation by rough walls in 2D decaying turbulence. ournal of Statistical Physics, 161, 1508-1518 (2015). CrossLink
  5. A.Várai, V. Homonnai, I. M. Jánosi, and R. Müller: Early signatures of ozone trend reversal over the Antarctic. Earth' Future, 3, 95-109, (2015).
  6. P. I. Orvos, V. Homonnai, A. Várai, Z. Bozóki, and I. M. Jánosi: Global trend analysis of the MODIS drought severity index. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, 4, 189-196 (2015). CrossLink
  7. J. Vanyó, M. Vincze, I. M. Jánosi, and T. Tél: Chaotic motion of light particles in an unsteady three-dimensional vortex: Experiments and simulation. Physical Review E, 90, 013002 (2014). CrossLink
  8. A. Kunz, R. Müller, V. Homonnai, I.M. Jánosi, D. Hurst, A. Rap, P.M. Forster, F. Rohrer, N. Spelten, and M. Riese: Extending water vapor trend observations over Boulder into the tropopause region: Trend uncertainties and resulting radiative forcing. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118, 1-16 (2013). CrossLink
  9. V. Homonnai, I. M. Jánosi, F. Lefèvre, and M. Marchand: Comparative Spectral analysis and correlation properties of observed and simulated total column ozone records. Atmosphere, 4, 198-213 (2013). CrossLink
  10. I. M. Jánosi: Model study of combined wind and solar electricity production in Hungary. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 5, 033102 (2013). CrossLink