Vincze Miklós Pál

Vincze Miklós Pál

tudományos főmunkatárs

PhD (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest, 2012)

MTA-ELTE Elméleti Fizikai Kutatócsoport

Szoba: Északi tömb 5.105
Telefon: +36-70-310-3352
Mellék: +36-1-372-2500 / 6207
Mobilszám: +36-70-310-3352
Honlap: karman3.elte.hu/mvincze
Emailcím: uh.etle.lareneg@ezcnivm

Biográfia:

Miklos Vincze is practically working in the von Karman Laboratory for Environmental Flows. His research mainly focuses on the experimental modeling of climate-related geophysical flow problems, particularly buoyancy-driven convective and wave phenomena in rotating and stratified media.

Notable awards:
Junior Prima Prize (2017)
Young Scientist Award for Environment Protection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2015)
Young Researcher Prize of the Federal State of Brandenburg, Germany (2014)

Grants and scholarships:
Bolyai+ scholarship of the New National Excellence Program (ÚNKP) of the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary, 2018, 2019
János Bolyai Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2018-2020
National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFIH) Grant FK125024 ‘Laboratory investigations of processes in large-scale environmental flows and climate dynamics’ (as PI), 2017-2020
EuHIT grant: Wind stress resonance and deep ocean energy transfer - laboratory experiments (as co-PI), 2016
EuHIT grant: XClimLab - Extremes in a changing climate: a laboratory approach (as PI), 2015
Post-doctoral excellence program scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2014-2016

Teaching:
Problem-solving seminars in quantum mechanics and statistical physics
Laboratory practices in the von Kármán Laboratory for Environmental Flows

Previous affiliation:
Technical University of Brandenburg, Department of Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Cottbus, Germany (postdoc position)

Tudományos adatbázisok profiloldalai:

Az utolsó 5 év válogatott közleményei:

  1. Vincze, M., Borcia, I. D., & Harlander, U. (2017). Temperature fluctuations in a changing climate: an ensemble-based experimental approach. Scientific reports, 7(1), 254.
  2. Vincze, M. et al. (2015) Benchmarking in a rotating annulus: a comparative experimental and numerical study of baroclinic wave dynamics. Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 23, 611–635
  3. Vincze, M., Fenyvesi, N., Klein, M., Sommeria, J., Viboud, S., & Ashkenazy, Y. (2019). Evidence for wind-induced Ekman layer resonance based on rotating tank experiments. EPL (Europhysics Letters), 125(4), 44001.
  4. Bozóki, T., Czelnai, L., Horicsányi, A., Nyerges, A., Pál, A., Pálfy, J., & Vincze, M. (2019). Large-scale ocean circulation in the Southern Hemisphere with closed and open Drake Passage–A laboratory minimal model approach. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 160, 16-24.
  5. Vincze, M., Borcia, I., Harlander, U., & Le Gal, P. (2016). Double-diffusive convection and baroclinic instability in a differentially heated and initially stratified rotating system: the barostrat instability. Fluid Dynamics Research, 48(6), 061414.