Mihály, György

Professor

Head
MTA-BME Condensed Matter Research Group
MTA-BME Kondenzált Anyagok Fizikája Kutatócsoport
Head
Doctoral School of Physics
Fizikai Tudományok Doktori Iskola
Office: 
F I. 1F 12.
Email: 
mihaly.gyorgy (at) mail.bme.hu 
Telephone: 
+36 1 463 2313

Teaching

2017 –                 Fundamentals of solid state physics (BSc) – BME

 

2012 –                 Physics-3  (MSc) –  for electrical engineering students – BME

 

1994 – 2015        Fundamentals of solid state physics (BSc) / Introduction to solid state physics (BSc) – BME

 

2014 –  2017       Physics M1 (MSc) – for mechanical engineerins students – BME

 

1994 – 2013        Condensed matter physics laboratory (MSc) – BME

 

2009 –  2013       Applied solid state physics (MSc) – BME    

 

2003                    Nanophysics – PhD course at Ecole Politechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

 

1993 – 2001        Spin- and charge-density waves (MSc) – BME (every second year)

 

1991 – 1996        Solid state physics laboratory (MSc) – Roland Eötvös University of Sciences, Budapest

 

1991 – 1993        Correlated electron systems (MSc) – Roland Eötvös University of Sciences, Budapest

 

1989                    Spin and charge density waves  (MSc) – University of California at Los Angeles, USA

 

1988 – 1989        Physics 180C (MSc) advanced laboratory course ­– University of California at Los Angeles, USA

 

1988                    Physics laboratory course (BSc) – University of California at Los Angeles, USA

                            Correlated electron systems (MSc) – University of California at Los Angeles, USA

 

1987                    Physics laboratory course (BSc) – Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble

 

 

Supervisions

 

Gubicza Ágnes (MSc 2013, PhD 2017), Geresdi Attila (MSc  2007, PhD 2011), Demkó László (MSc 2002, PhD 2010), Csontos Miklós (MSc 2002, PhD 2007), Csonka Szabolcs  (MSc 2001, PhD 2006), Kézsmárki István  (MSc  1999, PhD 2003), Halbritter András (MSc  1999, PhD 2003),  Zámborszky Ferenc  (MSc 1998, PhD 2000), Szeghy Géza (PhD 2000), Giamal Abdussalam (PhD 1999), Soczó Csaba (MSc 1998), Pethes Ildikó (MSc 1995), Fülöp Gábor (MSc 1995), Czigány Zsolt (MSc 1992), Gaál Richárd (MSC 1992, PhD 1997), Beleznay Ákos (PhD 1994).

 

Details of thesis supervisions (including dissertations and thesis booklets) 

Research

 

Research fields   

 

nanometer-sized memristors

 

spin-polarized transport in nanostructures

 

metallic multilayers

 

spin- and orbital ordering in d-electron systems

 

2-dimensional superconductors

 

strongly correlated electron systems

 

phase diagram of low-dimensional electron systems

 

collective excitations of density waves (CDW, SDW)

 

transport phenomena of quasi-one-dimensional organic conductors

 

 

Important experiences abroad

 

1997 - 2003      Ecole Politechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland –  visiting professor
10 x 2 months

 

1987 - 1989       Department of Physics, University of California at Los Angeles, USA – visiting researcher
    2 years

 

1986 - 1987       Centre National de la Researche Scientifique, Grenoble, France - visiting researcher
        1 year

 

1979 - 1980      C.E.A., Centre d Etudes Nucleaires des Fontenay aux Roses (Paris), France – postdoc
        1 year

 

 

Grants & projects supervised  (2002-2022)

 

Period

Title and grant source

support in USD

2017-2022

HAS-BUTE Condensed Matter Research Group
Hungarian Academy of Sciences

560.000

2015-2018

Charge dynamics in nanostructures
OTKA NK112918

250.000

2012-2017

HAS-BUTE Condensed Matter Research Group
Hungarian Academy of Sciences

650.000

2010-2014

Spin injection, detection and manipulation in nanoscale devices
KTIA-OTKA_A_08-2-2010-0009 (CNK80991)

460.000

2008-2012

Spin polarization in nanostructures
OTKA NK72916

142.000

2006-2009

Hydrostatic pressure induced changes in the electronic structure of solids

OTKA K62441

50.000

2005-2007

Spin- and charge dynamics in solids and nanostructures
OTKA TS 049881 -  Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (Science School)

384.000

2003-2006

HAS-BUTE Electron Transport in Solids Research Group
Hunagrian Academy of Sciences

180.000

2002-2004

Collective Electron Excitations in Solids
OTKA TS 040878 -  Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (Science School)

240.000

2002-2004

Spin- and charge dynamics in reduced dimensions
OTKA T 037451 - Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

120.000

Grants & projects supervised (1993-2022, pdf)

Most important Publications

B. Sánta, Z. Balogh, Á. Gubicza, L. Pósa, D. Krisztián, G. Mihály, M. Csontos, A. Halbritter
Universal 1/f type current noise of Ag filaments in redox-based memristive nanojunctions
Nanoscale 11, 4719 (2019).    Impact Factor: 7,233

 

Á. Gubicza, D.Zs. Manrique, L. Pósa, C.J. Lambert, G. Mihály, M. Csontos, A. Halbritter
Asymmetry-induced resistive switching in Ag-Ag2S-Ag memristors enabling a simplified atomic-scale memory design
Scientific Reports 6: 30775 (2016).    Impakt Faktor: 5,228

 

Á. Gubicza, M. Csontos, A. Halbritter, G. Mihály
Non-exponential resistive switching in Ag2S memristors: a key to nanometer-scale non-volatile memory devices
Nanoscale 7, 4394-4399 (2015).    IF: 7,760

 

Á. Gubicza, M. Csontos, A. Halbritter, G. Mihály
Resistive switching in metallic Ag2S memristors due to a local overheating induced phase transition
Nanoscale 7, 11248 (2015).    IF: 7,760

 

A. Geresdi, M. Csontos, A. Gubicza, A. Halbritter, G. Mihály
Fast operation of nanometer-scale metallic memristors: highly transparent conductance channels in Ag2S devices
Nanoscale 6, 2613 (2014).    IF: 7,394

 

A. Geresdi, A. Halbritter, A. Gyenis, P. Makk, G. Mihály
From stochastic single atomic switch to nanoscale resistive memory device
Nanoscale 3, 1504 (2011).    IF: 5,914

 

S. Csonka, A. Halbritter, G. Mihály
Pulling gold nanowires with a hydrogen clamp: Strong interactions of hydrogen molecules with gold nanojunctions,
Physical Review B 73,  075405 (2006).    IF: 3,107

 

M. Csontos, G. Mihály, B. Jankó, T. Wojtowicz, X. Liu, J.K. Furdyna
Pressure-induced Ferromagnetism in (In,Mn)Sb Dilute Magnetic Semiconductor
Nature Materials 4,  447 (2005).    IF: 15,941

 

Sz. Csonka, A. Halbritter, G. Mihály, O.I. Shklyarevskii, S. Speller, H. van Kempen
Conductance of Pd-H nanojunctions,
Physical Review Letters 93: 016802 (2004).    IF: 7,218

 

G. Mihály, I. Kézsmárki, F. Zámborszky, L. Forró
Hall effect and conduction anisotropy in the organic conductor (TMTSF)2PF6
Physical Review Letters 84, 2670 (2000).    IF: 6,642