Frigyes Podmaniczky, MSc

junior researcher, PhD student Post address  Work phone number    podmaniczky [pont] frigyes [kukac] wigner [pont] mta [pont] hu

Publications


Hydrodynamic theory of freezing: Nucleation and polycrystalline growth
Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, György Tegze, László Gránásy
Physical Review E 95, 052801, (2017) PDF Link
Phase-field crystal modeling of heteroepitaxy and exotic modes of crystal nucleation
Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, György Tegze, Tamás Pusztai, László Gránásy
Journal of Crystal Growth 457, 31, (2017) PDF Link
Investigating Nucleation Using the Phase-Field Method
Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, Tamás Pusztai, László Gránásy
Journal of the Indian Institute of Science 96, 178, (2016) PDF Link
Phase-field crystal modeling of nucleation including homogeneous and heterogeneous processes, and growth front nucleation
László Gránásy, Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth
Collection of Extended Abstracts, Frontiers in Solidification, TMS Annual Meeting, eds. W. Kurz, J. Dantzig, A. Karma, J. Hoyt (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland) , 23-26, (2016) PDF
Recent Developments in Modeling Heteroepitaxy/Heterogeneous Nucleation by Dynamical Density Functional Theory
Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, György Tegze, László Gránásy
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 46, 4908-4920, (2015) PDF Link
Heterogeneous nucleation of/on nanoparticles: a density functional study using the phase-field crystal model
László Gránásy, Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, György Tegze, Tamás Pusztai
Chemical Society Reviews 43, 2159-2173, (2014) PDF Link
Free energy of the bcc-liquid interface and the Wulff shape as predicted by the phase-field crystal model
Frigyes Podmaniczky, Gyula Tóth, Tamás Pusztai, László Gránásy
Journal of Crystal Growth 385, 148-153, (2014) PDF Link
Diffusion-controlled anisotropic growth of stable and metastable crystal polymorphs in the phase-field crystal model
György Tegze, László Gránásy, Gyula Tóth, Frigyes Podmaniczky, A Jaatinen, T Ala-Nissila, Tamás Pusztai
Physical Review Letters 103, 035702, (2009) PDF Link