PhD studentSupervisor: Dr. Bence Kocsis, (2022)
Department of Atomic Physics
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Biography:I got my BSc degree (2016) in Physics and my MSc (2018) in Astronomy. I started my PhD in Sept 2018 in the Galnuc research group under the supervision pf Bence Kocsis. I am mainly interested in the astrophysical three-body problem and focus on one of its special cases, the so-called hierarchical three-body problem. I investigate how this configuration appears in different galactic environemnts and how it is connected to the current hot topics, like gravitational wave detections.
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Selected publications of recent years:
- Deme, B. ; Érdi, B.; Tóth, L. V.: The restricted three-body problem in cylindrical clouds, CeMDA 130, 73
- Intermediate mass black holes' effect on compact object binaries