Dr. Kovács Katalin

Research Scientist II

kovacs_katalin

 

 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
OF ISOTOPIC AND MOLECULAR TECHNOLOGIES
Molecular and Biomolecular Physics Department

Postal Address:
NIRDIMT
Molecular and Biomolecular Physics Department
Donat Str., No. 67-103, P.O. Box 700
400293, Cluj-Napoca 5, Romania

Office: B2.11., Building B, 2nd Floor

Phone: (+4)0264-584.037 int. 194
Fax:
(+4)0264-420042
E-mail:
kkovacs at itim dash cj dot ro
Web:
http://www.itim-cj.ro/~kkovacs

 

Main research interests:

 

 

Representative publications:

 

_Theoretical study and numerical modeling of the interaction of atomic and molecular systems with strong ultrashort laser pulses (High-order Harmonic Generation, tracing quantum-trajectories of electrons)

 

Katalin Kovács, Emeric Balogh, János Hebling, Valer Toşa, and Katalin Varjú, Quasi-Phase-Matching High-Harmonic Radiation Using Chirped THz Pulses, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 193903 (2012) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.193903

Katalin Kovács and Valer Tosa, Quantum Trajectories of Electrons in Arbitrary Laser Fields, Journal of Modern Optics, 57, 977-983 (2010) DOI: 10.1080/09500340903580773

 

_Theoretical study and numerical modeling of migration of impurities from multilayer packaging materials into foodstuff

 

Tosa, V., Kovács, K., Mercea, P., Piringer, O., A finite difference method for modeling migration of impurities in multilayer systems, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1048, 802 (2008)

 

_Modeling magnetiztion phenomena with Monte Carlo methods: Barkhausen noise, disorder-driven phase transitions

 

K. Kovács, Z. Néda and Y. Brechet, A Spring-block Model for Barkhausen Noise, Model. Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. 13, 1341 (2005) DOI: 10.1088/0965-0393/13/8/010

 

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