Ágnes Kis-Tóth

Ágnes Kis-Tóth

teaching fellow

PhD candidate (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

Department of Atomic Physics

Room(s): Lágymányos Campus, Northern Building 3.132
Extension(s): +36-1-372-2500 / 6320
Email: uh.etle.ktt@htot-sik.senga
Homepag: https://skiszkao.web.elte.hu



Firstly I was enchanted by mathematics, so I started my journey as a mathematician on the field of differential geometry and functional analysis. I wrote my thesis about linear operators on topological vectorspaces. During my math studies at the ELTE university I discovered another true passion: teaching. While I was already teaching math in a university I finally succumbed to the temptation of physics and went back to studying again. During my bachelor years I joined a research group in the Department of Materials Physics at ELTE. With my supervisor Ádám Révész I was working on hydrogen storage in magnesium based amorphous alloys.

I also did my master's studies at ELTE but my interest shifted to astrophysics and particle physics. With the guidance of Zsolt Frei and Zoltán Haiman I engaged an astrophysical research in the Department of Atomic Physics. Now I am a PhD student and the subject of my research is "cosmological ionized bubbles and the era of reionization". I recreated the model of the classical strömgren spheres around hot stars and modified it to the so called cosmological case, where the ionizing source is a quasar, and the environment is the low density intergalactic medium in the expanding universe before cosmological reionization. I am still developing this model to give the best possible estimation on the spectrum of these ionized bubbles, which we may observe in the near future.

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Selected publications of recent years:

  1. Á. Révész, Á. Kis-Tóth, L.K. Varga, J.L. Lábár, T. Spassov: High glass forming ability correlated with microstructure and hydrogen storage properties of a MgCuAgY glass, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 39 (2014) 9230-9240
  2. Á. Révész, Á. Kis-Tóth, P. Szommer, T. Spassov: Hydrogen storage, microstructure and mechanical properties of strained Mg65Ni20Cu5Y10 metallic glass, Materials Science Forum 729 (2013) 74-79
  3. Á. Révész, Á. Kis-Tóth, L.K. Varga, E. Schafler, I. Bakonyi, T. Spassov: Hydrogen storage of melt-spun amorphous Mg65Ni20Cu5Y10 alloy deformed by high-pressure torsion, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 37 (2012) 5769-5776