Király Andrea

PhD (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest, 2006)

MTA-ELTE Physics Education Research Group, Budapest

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Research interest: Atmospheric Physics, Climate Variability, Nonlinear Time Series Analysis, Environmental Physics
PhD in Statistical Physics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 2006. Thesis: “Long-range correlations in daily temperature records”, supervisor: Imre M. Jánosi.
2008-on webmaster and one of the organizers of a popular public scientific lecture series “From Atoms To Stars” (
2010-on one of the organizers of the Rudolf Ortvay International Problem Solving Contest in Physics (
2011-on Assistant Professor at ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Centre for Science Communication and Multimedia in Education.
2011-2013 Participant, E-learning Science Content Development at ELTE (TÁMOP).
2012-on one of the organizers of the yearly conferences for PhD students of Graduate Schools for Physics “DOFFI” (
2014–2017 Head of the Hungarian team in the PARRISE (Promoting Attainment of Responsible Research and Innovation in Science Education, Grant agreement 612438, EU FP7 project (
2015 one of the main organizers of the International Conference on “Teaching Physics Innovatively (TPI-15) – New Learning Environments and Methods in Physics Education” (
2015 Participant in the Research Group: International level methodological research network for the development of Hungarian physics education on the basis of the ELTE Physics Teaching PhD Program (MTA-ELTE). (Head: Prof. Tamás Tél, ELTE)
2016-on Head of the Science Centres and Informal Learning Working Group of the MTA-ELTE Physics Education Research Group (

Tudományos adatbázisok profiloldalai:

Az utolsó 5 év válogatott közleményei:

  1. A. Kiraly, T. Tel (eds.): Teaching Physics Innovatively – New Learning Environments and Methods in Physics Education, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, 454 pages, e-book ISBN 978-963-284-815-0 (2016), Print ISBN 978-963-284-925-6 (2017).
  2. A. Király, P. Tasnádi: Atmospheric eddies in Science Centers – connection between secondary school teaching and informal learning. Adv. Sci. Res., 16, pp. 201–207. DOI
  3. M. Pető, A. Király: How to build a mini meteorological station for your school? – A project with a citizen science perspective. Adv. Sci. Res., 16, pp. 185–189. DOI
  4. A. Király, A. Kárpáti, P. Tasnádi: Responsibility of Teachers: The SSIBL Model in Hungary. In: E. McLoughlin, P. van Kampen (eds.): Concepts, Strategies and Models to Enhance Physics Teaching and Learning. Springer, Cham, 2019, Online ISBN 978-3-030-18137-6, Print ISBN 978-3-030-18136-9, pp. 147-157. DOI
  5. A. Király, P. Tasnádi: Environmental issues and meteorology in the training of physics teachers in Hungary. EMS Newsletter, 2019 February
  6. A. Király, I. Bartos, I.M. Jánosi: Correlation properties of daily temperature anomalies over land, Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography 58 (5), pp. 593-600. DOI
  7. A. Király, I.M. Jánosi: Detrended fluctuation analysis of daily temperature records: Geographic dependence over Australia, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 88 (3-4), pp. 119-128. DOI
  8. M. Pattantyús-Abrahám, A. Király, I.M. Jánosi: Nonuniversal atmospheric persistence: Different scaling of daily minimum and maximum temperatures, Physical Review E 69 (2), 021110. DOI
  9. A. Király, I.M. Jánosi: Stochastic modeling of daily temperature fluctuations, Physical Review E 65 (5), 051102. DOI
  10. A. Király, I.M. Jánosi: Long-range correlations of ERA-40 temperature data: Geographic patterns and height dependence, In: H, Wang; X, Zhang (eds.) 10th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology (IMSC), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking, China, p. 122.