Laszlo Oroszlány obtained his PhD from Lancaster University in 2010, followed by two postdoctoral positions at the Eötvös University and at the Technical University of Budapest. He became an assistant professor in 2014 at the Department of Physics of Complex Systems at the Eötvös University. His research interest focuses on low dimensional and topological quantum systems with a strong emphasis on how they can be used in applications for quantum informatics. He has 30 publications with a total of 1515 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)
P Boross, JK Asbóth, G Széchenyi, L Oroszlány, A Pályi; Poor man's topological quantum gate based on the Su-Schrieffer-Heeger model; Physical Review B 100 (4), 045414 (2019)
L Oroszlány, B Dóra, J Cserti, A Cortijo; Topological and trivial magnetic oscillations in nodal loop semimetals; Physical Review B 97 (20), 205107 (2018)
JK Asbóth, L Oroszlány, A Pályi; A short course on topological insulators; Lecture notes in physics 919, 997 (2016)
Jaime Ferrer, Colin J Lambert, Víctor Manuel García-Suárez, D Zs Manrique, D Visontai, L Oroszlany, Rubén Rodríguez-Ferradás, Iain Grace, SWD Bailey, Katalin Gillemot, Hatef Sadeghi, LA Algharagholy; GOLLUM: a next-generation simulation tool for electron, thermal and spin transport; New Journal of Physics 16 (9), 093029 (2014)