Name: Tamás Tasnádi PhD.
Date and place of birth: 13 March, 1969, Budapest
Profession: Physicist, physics teacher.
Scientific degree: PhD in physics.
Language knowledge: English (high level), German (high level), French (high level)
Schools, working places:
1975-1983 Váci Mihály Primary School (Budapest, XI.)
1983-1987 Stephen the First Grammar-School, class specialized in mathematics. (Budapest, XIV.)
1987-1988 Military service at Abasár.
1988-1993 Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest), Faculty of Natural Sciences, subject: physics.
1993-1996 Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest), Faculty of Natural Sciences, subject: physics teacher.
1993-1996 Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, PhD School, Physics Program.
1996-2002 Research Group for Statistical Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
2002- Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Solid State Physics.
2003- Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Institute of Mathematics, Department of Analysis.
Most important competitions:
1986 XVIIth International Physics Olympics (in London): award
Physics Competition for Secondary School Students: 6th place,
Kürschák József Mathematical Competition for Students: II. prize as 2-4. place winner
1988 Ortvay Rudolf Problem Solving Competition on Physics: II. prize
1990 Ortvay Rudolf Problem Solving Competition on Physics: II. prize
1987 Secondary school final examination
1993 Master’s degree in physics, at Eötvös Loránd University
of education in physics teaching at Eötvös Loránd University,
1998 PhD degree in physics /suma cum laude/
Topic: Investigation of chaotic magnetic billiard systems on Riemannian manifolds
Supervisor: Péter Szépfalusy
2001 Research assistant professor (Research Group for Statistical Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
2002 Assistant professor (Eötvös Loránd University, Department for Solid State Physics)
2003 Assistant Professor (half-time, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Institute of Mathematics, Department of Analysis)
Foreign trips, conferences:
1994 Dynamics Days, Budapest
1995 XXXI. Karpacz winter School of Theoretical Physics (CHAOS, The Interplay Between Stochastics, Classics and Quanta), two-week-long winter school in Poland.
1995 6th International Conference on Differential Geometry and Applications, Brno, Czech Republic. Poster presentation.
1995-96 Chaos and Quantization. Paris, Institute Henri Poincaré, three-month-long postgraduate school.
1996 Eötvös Uni., Uni. Köln collaboration Workshop (Quantum and classical transport, mesoscopy and semiclassical methods), Budapest. Oral presentation.
1999 Coherent Atomic Matter Waves, five-week-long summer school in Les Houches, France.
Highest language examinations:
1998 Professional State Language Examination in English (high level)
2000 Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung /sehr gut/ (German language examination)
2002 Diplôme Approfondi de la Langue Française (High level French language examination)