Peter Rakyta is a researcher fellow at the Department of Physics of Complex Systems of Eötvös Loránd University.
During his work he developed deep experiences in modelling quantum mechanical systems. Simulations performed by the software package Eötvös Quantum Utilities provided the central results in most of his research work. In 2020 he turned his attention to quantum informatics. Currently he is involved in several projects related to programming and simulating quantum computers. His first result in the area is the currently most efficient algorithm to decompose an arbitrary unitary into a sequence of quantum logical gates.
Noel L. Plaszkó, Peter Rakyta, József Cserti, Andor Kormányos, Colin J. Lambert: Quantum Interference and Nonequilibrium Josephson Currents in Molecular Andreev Interferometers, Nanomaterials 10(6), 1033 (2020).
Alessandro David, Péter Rakyta, Andor Kormányos, and Guido Burkard: Induced spin-orbit coupling in twisted graphene–transition metal dichalcogenide heterobilayers: Twistronics meets spintronics, Physical Review B 100, 085412 (2019).
Gaurav Nanda, Juan Luis Aguilera-Servin, Péter Rakyta, Andor Kormányos, Reinhold Kleiner, Dieter Koelle, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Lieven M. K. Vandersypen, Srijit Goswami: Current-phase relation of ballistic graphene Josephson junctions, Nano Letters 17, 6, 3396–3401 (2017).
Péter Rakyta, Andor Kormányos, József Cserti: Magnetic field oscillations of the critical current in long ballistic graphene Josephson junctions, Physical Revew B 93, 224510 (2016).