Krisztina Éva Szentirmayné Gabányi

Krisztina Éva Szentirmayné Gabányi

assistant professor

PhD (Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany, 2006)

Department of Atomic Physics
MTA-ELTE Extragalactic Astrophysics Research Group

Room(s): Lágymányos Campus, Northern Building 4.120
Extension(s): +36-1-372-2500 / 6369
Email: uh.etle.raseac@ekg


2003: Master's Degree in physics and astronomy at ELTE.

2006: PhD obtained at Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Uni. Bonn (Germany)
Title of PhD dissertation: High Resolution Study of Selected Intraday Variable Sources
PhD student of the International Max Planck Research School for Astronomy at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (Bonn, Germany)

2007: Awarded one year fellowship by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Host institute: Institute of Space and Astronautical Science at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. Host professor: Prof. Y. Murata. Research topic: Participating in the preparatory work of the second generation Japanese space-VLBI satellite (ASTRO-G)

2013: Magyary Zoltán Postodctoral Fellowship-2012 (in the convergence regions) awarded for 16 months.
Host institute: the Department of Experimental Physics of the University of Szeged. Host professor: Prof. L. Á. Gergely. The work accomplished in the framework of the Magyary fellowship was graded excellent by the Magyary Zoltán advisory board.

2017: MTA János Bolyai Research Scholarship awarded for 3 years.

Previous workplaces:
2007-2011: MTA, Research Group for Physical Geodesy and Geodynamics
2007-2016: FÖMI, Satellite Geodetic Observatory
2011-2018: Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, MTA Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences

Research interest: radio astronomy, radio interferometry, radio emitting active galactic nuclei

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Selected publications of recent years:

  1. Gabányi, K. É.; Frey, S.; Satyapal, S.; Constantin, A.; Pfeifle, R. W.: Very long baseline interferometry observation of the triple AGN candidate J0849+1114 (2019) A&A Vol. 630, L5
  2. Gabányi, K. É.; Frey, S.; Veres, P.; Moór, A.: The rare extended radio-loud narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy SDSS J1030+5516 at high resolution (2019) Ap&SS Vol. 364, 68
  3. Gabányi, K. É.; Frey, S.; An, T.: Is 4C+29.48 a γ-ray source? (2018) A&A Vol. 612, A109
  4. Gabányi, K. É.; Frey, S.; Paragi, Z.; Järvelä, E.; Morokuma, T.; An, T.; Tanaka, M.; Tar, I.: The radio structure of the peculiar narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy candidate J1100+4421 (2018) MNRAS Vol. 473, p.1554-1561
  5. Gabányi, K. É.; An, T.; Frey, S.; Komossa, S.; Paragi, Z.; Hong, X. -Y.; Shen, Z. -Q.: Four Dual AGN Candidates Observed with the VLBA (2016) ApJ Vol. 826, 106
  6. Gabanyi, K. E.; Cseh, D.; Frey, S.; Paragi, Z.; Gurvits, L. I.; An, T.; Zhang, Y. K.: VLBI observation of the newly discovered z = 5.18 quasar SDSS J0131-0321 (2015) MNRAS Vol. 450, L57
  7. Perger, Krisztina; Frey, Sándor; Gabányi, Krisztina É.; Tóth, L. Viktor: Unveiling the weak radio quasar population at z≥4 (2019) MNRAS Vol. 490, p.2542-2549
  8. Cao, Hong-Min; Frey, Sándor; Gabányi, Krisztina É.; Yang, Jun; Cui, Lang; Hong, Xiao-Yu; An, Tao: The loud and the quiet: searching for radio counterparts of two radio-weak BL Lac candidates with VLBI (2019) MNRAS Vol. 482, L34
  9. Kun, E.; Karouzos, M.; Gabányi, K. É.; Britzen, S.; Kurtanidze, O. M.; Gergely, L. Á.: Flaring radio lanterns along the ridge line: long-term oscillatory motion in the jet of S5 1803+784 (2019) MNRAS Vol. 478, p.359-370
  10. Cao, H. -M.; Frey, S.; Gabányi, K. É.; Paragi, Z.; Yang, J.; Cseh, D.; Hong, X. -Y.; An, T.: VLBI observations of four radio quasars at z > 4: blazars or not? (2017) MNRAS Vol. 467, p.950-960