Andor Kormanyos is an associate professor working at the Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Physics of Complex Systems. After postdoctoral positions in the United Kingdom and Germany, he returned to Eötvös Loránd University in 2018, and since 2020 he is a principal investigator of an OTKA research grant. His main research interest currently concerns the properties of atomically thin materials and their heterostructures, in particular, spintronics, quantum dots, and qubit states. He has 45 scientific publications and cc. 2000 citations.
A. Kormányos, V. Zólyomi, N. D. Drummond, G. Burkard, Spin-Orbit Coupling, Quantum Dots, and Qubits in Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides, Physical Review X 4 (4), 011034 (2014)
A. Kormányos, G. Burkard, M. Gmitra, J. Fabian, V. Zólyomi, N. D. Drummond, and V. I. Fal'ko, k.p theory for two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide semiconductors, 2D Materials 2, 022001 (2015).
G. Nanda, J. L. Aguilera-Servin, P. Rakyta, A. Kormányos, R. Kleiner, D. Koelle, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, L. M. K. Vandersypen, and S. Goswami, Current-phase relation of ballistic graphene Josephson junctions, Nano Letters 17 (6), 3396-3401 (2017)
A. Kormányos, V. Zólyomi, V. I Fal'ko, and G. Burkard, Tunable Berry curvature and valley and spin Hall effect in bilayer MoS2, Physical Review B 98 (3), 035408 (2018)
A. David, P. Rakyta, A. Kormányos, and G. Burkard, Induced spin-orbit coupling in twisted graphene-TMDC heterobilayers: twistronics meets spintronics, Physical Review B 100, 085412 (2019)