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Zoltan Sztranyovszky

Research student, School of Physics and Astronomy

Overview

I obtained a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from The Open University in 2017, an MSc in Physics from Cardiff University in 2018, and I am presently a PhD student at Cardiff University.

My research focuses on the resonant-state expansion in electrodynamics.

I am currently a tutor on the core modules of the MSc Physics course at Cardiff University.

Research

Research interests

My research focuses on the development and application of resonant-state expansion (RSE) in electrodynamics. The RSE is a method to calculate the eigenmodes, or resonant-states, of open system. Eigenmodes are a powerful concept in physics as they provide a physically intuitive way to express observables of a system, such as its transmission or scattering cross-section.

Teaching

Undergraduate

(PX1221) Electricity, Magnetism and Waves

(PX1230) Mathematical Methods for Physicists II.

(PX2131) The Physics of Fields and Flows

Postgraduate

(PXT991) Advanced Techniques in Physics and Astrophysics

(PXT992) Advanced Study and Research Skills

Thesis

Application of resonant-state expansion to inhomogeneous and arbitrarily shaped resonators in optics

Funding source

EPSRC

Supervisors

Egor Muljarov

Dr Egor Muljarov

Reader
Condensed Matter and Photonics Group

Wolfgang Langbein

Professor Wolfgang Langbein

Head of Condensed Matter and Photonics Group

Professor Paola Borri

Professor Paola Borri

Professor, Coordinator of the European Marie Curie ETN consortium MUSIQ

Publications

2022

2021

2020

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