The Nobel announcements and popular pages about carbon materials.
Announcement of the Nobel-prize in Physics 2010 "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene"
Announcement of the Nobel-prize in CHemistry 1996 "for their discovery of fullerenes".
Az úgynevezett spintronikai anyagok tudatos tervezésében, ezzel pedig az elektronikai és informatikai eszközök fejlesztésében jelenthetnek előrelépést azok a kutatási eredmények, amelyeket Simon Ferenc, az MTA doktora és Dóra Balázs egyetemi docens vezetésével értek el magyar fizikusok. A munka folytatását az Európai Kutatási Tanács is támogatja Starting Grant pályázata keretében. - hír az MTA honlapján.
Annual network meeting and thematic workshop
Nanoelectronics beyond the roadmap
Balaton, Hungary, 13-17 June 2011 (arriving 12 June)
Some basic information on carbon materials (Hungarian).
A good starting point to learn about fullerenes.
A good starting point to learn about carbon nanotubes.
Homepages of leading scientist.
The Fullerene Gallery. The XYZ geometries of all small size fullerene are downloadable.
Milestone papers and reviews.
Debreceni Szemle, 1997. 3-4. szám
Scientists have detected the largest molecules ever seen in space, in a cloud of cosmic dust surrounding a distant star. (BBC News)
Nature 318, 162 (1985)
Nature 347, 354-358 (1990)
Nature 354, 56-68 (1991).
Pure & Applied Chemistry 62, 407-415 (1990).
Science 297, 787-792 (2002).
The homepages of the software packages, we use.
This link points to the guide of the Viena Ab initio Simulation Package.
A simple tool for Bader charge analysis.
Open source molecule viewer written in Java. It runs as a standalone application and as a web browser applet.
Ubuntu is an operating system built by a worldwide team of expert developers. Ubuntu is an open-source alternative to Windows and Office.
The introduction of quantum field theory methods has led to a kind of “revolution” in condensed matter theory. This resulted in the increased importance of Feynman diagrams or diagram technique. It has now become imperative for professionals in condensed matter theory to have a thorough knowledge of this method.
There are many good books that cover the general aspects of diagrammatic methods. At the same time, there has been a rising need for books that describe calculations and methodical “know how” of specific problems for beginners in graduate and postgraduate courses. This unique collection of lectures addresses this need.
The aim of these lectures is to demonstrate the application of the diagram technique to different problems of condensed matter theory. Some of these problems are not “finally” solved. But the development of results from any section of this book may serve as a starting point for a serious theoretical study.