János Koltai is an assistant professor at the Department of Biological Physics, Eötvös Loránd University. He received his PhD degree in 2005 at Eötvös Loránd University under the supervision of József Cserti. His research focus is on transport properties of mesoscopic systems, ab initio simulation of carbon nanostructures, spectral properties of atomically thin two dimensional structures. As the leader of the “Modern Physics Teaching Lab”, he aims to include students in the work of the Quantum Information National Laboratory. He is the author of 69 publications with a total of 904 citations.
Z Tajkov, J Koltai, J Cserti, L Oroszlány, Competition of topological and topologically trivial phases in patterned graphene based heterostructures, Physical Review B 101 (23), 235146 (2020)
K Kandrai, P Vancsó, G Kukucska, J Koltai, G Baranka, Á Hoffmann, Signature of large-gap quantum spin Hall state in the layered mineral jacutingaite, Nano letters 20 (7), 5207-5213 (2020)
O Frank, M Zukalova, B Laskova, J Kürti, J Koltai, L Kavan, Raman spectra of titanium dioxide (anatase, rutile) with identified oxygen isotopes (16, 17, 18), Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (42), 14567-14572 (2012)
V Zólyomi, J Koltai, Á Rusznyák, J Kürti, Á Gali, F Simon, H Kuzmany, Á Szabados, PR Surján, Intershell interaction in double walled carbon nanotubes: Charge transfer and orbital mixing, Physical Review B 77 (24), 245403 (2008)
CJ Lambert, J Koltai, J Cserti, Non-local current correlations in ferromagnet/superconductor nanojunctions, in: Toward The Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics, (Ed. H Takayanagi, J Nitta) 119-124 (2003)