Publikációk

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2019

Articles

1. Antalík A, Veis L, Brabec J, Demel O, Legeza Ö, Pittner J: Toward the efficient local tailored coupled cluster approximation and the peculiar case of oxo-Mn(Salen). J CHEM PHYS 151:8 084112 pp. 1-7 (2019) DOI
2. Barcza G, Gebhard F, Linneweber T, Legeza Ö: Ground-state properties of the symmetric single-impurity Anderson model on a ring from density-matrix renormalization group, Hartree-Fock, and Gutzwiller theory. PHYS REV B 99:16 165130 pp. 1-18 (2019) DOI
3. Brandejs J, Veis L, Szalay S, Barcza G, Pittner J, Legeza Ö: Quantum information-based analysis of electron-deficient bonds. J CHEM PHYS 150:20 204117 pp. 1-11 (2019) DOI
4. Faulstich FM, Máté M, Laestadius A, Csirik MA, Veis L, Antalik A, Brabec J, Schneider R, Pittner J, Kvaal S, Legeza Ö: Numerical and theoretical aspects of the DMRG-TCC method exemplified by the nitrogen dimer. J CHEM THEORY COMPUT 15:4 2206-2220 (2019) DOI
5. Faulstich FM, Laestadius A, Legeza Ö, Schneider R, Kvaal S: Analysis of the tailored coupled-cluster method in quantum chemistry. SIAM J NUMER ANAL 57:6 2579–2607 (2019) DOI
6. Hagymási I, Hubig C, Legeza Ö, Schollwoeck U: Dynamical topological quantum phase transitions in nonintegrable models. PHYS REV LETT 122:25 250601 pp. 1-6 (2019) DOI
7. Hagymási I, Hubig C, Schollwoeck U: Interaction quench and thermalization in a one-dimensional topological Kondo insulator. PHYS REV B 99:7 075145 pp. 1-8 (2019) DOI
8. Lachmanska A, Tecmer P, Legeza Ö, Boguslawski K: Elucidating cation-cation interactions in neptunyl dications using multi-reference ab initio theory. PHYS CHEM CHEM PHYS 21:2 744-759 (2019) DOI
9. Máté M, Barcza G, Szalay Sz, Legeza Ő: Molekulákba kódolt kvantuminformáció: átmenetifém-klaszterek elektronszerkezete (Quantum information encoded in molecules: electronic- structure of transition-metal clusters, in Hungarian). MAGY KEM FOLY 125:3 111-115 (2019) DOI
10. Shapir I, Hamo A, Pecker S, Moca CP, Legeza Ö, Zaránd G, Ilani S: Imaging the electronic Wigner crystal in one dimension. SCIENCE 364:6443 870-875 (2019) DOI
11. Szalay S: k-stretchability of entanglement, and the duality of k-separability and k-producibility. QUANTUM 3: 204 pp. 1-25 (2019) DOI
12. Vancso P, Hagymási I, Castenetto P, Lambin P: Stability of edge magnetism against disorder in zigzag MoS2 nanoribbons. PHYS REV MATER 3:9 094003 pp. 1-8 (2019) DOI
13. Werner MA, Moca CP, Legeza Ö, Kormos M, Zaránd G: Spin fluctuations after quantum quenches in the S=1 Haldane chain: Numerical validation of the semi-semiclassical theory. PHYS REV B 100:3 035401 pp. 1-13 (2019) DOI

Others

14. Dattani N, Szalay Sz, Chancellor N: Pegasus: The second connectivity graph for large-scale quantum annealing hardware. arXiv:1901.07636 [quant-ph] pp. 1-16 (2019) arXiv
15. Krumnow C, Veis L, Eisert J, Legeza Ö: Dimension reduction with mode transformations: Simulating two-dimensional fermionic condensed matter systems. arXiv:1906.00205 [cond-mat.str-el] pp. 1-8 (2019) arXiv

2018

Articles

1. Bernád JZ, Homa G, Csirik MA: An entropy production based method for determining the position diffusion’s coefficient of a quantum Brownian motion. EUR PHYS J D 72: 12 212/1-13 (2018) DOI
2. Fertitta E, Koch D, Paulus B, Barcza G, Legeza Ö: Towards a multiconfigurational method of increments. MOL PHYS 116: 11 1471-1482 (2018) DOI
3. Gunst K, Verstraete F, Wouters S, Legeza Ö, Van Neck D: T3NS: Three-legged tree tensor network states. J CHEM THEORY COMPUT 14: 4 2026-2033 (2018) DOI
4. Hagymási I, Legeza Ö: Entanglement and magnetism in high-spin graphene nanodisks. PHYS REV B 97: 3 035142/1-6 (2018) DOI
5. Legeza Ö, Schilling C: Role of the pair potential for the saturation of generalized Pauli constraints. PHYS REV A 97:5 052105/1-9 (2018) DOI
6. Nachtigallová D, Antalík A, Lo R, Sedlák R, Manna D, Tuček J, Ugolotti J, Veis L, Legeza Ö, Pittner J, Zbořil R, Hobza P: An isolated molecule of iron(II) phthalocyanin exhibits quintet ground-state: a nexus between theory and experiment. CHEM-EUR J 24:51 13413-13417 (2018) DOI
7. Stemmle C, Paulus B, Legeza Ö: Analysis of electron-correlation effects in strongly correlated systems (N2 and N2+) by applying the density-matrix renormalization-group method and quantum information theory. PHYS REV A 97:2 022505/1-14 (2018) DOI
8. Szalay Sz: The classification of multipartite quantum correlation. J PHYS A-MATH THEOR 51:48 485302/1-18 (2018) DOI
9. Veis L, Antalík A, Legeza Ö, Alavi A, Pittner J: The intricate case of tetramethyleneethane: a full configuration interaction quantum Monte Carlo benchmark and multireference coupled cluster studies. J CHEM THEORY COMPUT 14:5 2439-2445 (2018) DOI

Others

10. Sólyom J: Emlékbeszéd Gyulai Zoltán mellszobránál (Eulogy at the bust of Zoltán Gyulai, in Hungarian). FIZIKAI SZEMLE 68:7-8 289-290 (2018) DOI
11. Faulstich FM, Laestadius A, Kvaal S, Legeza Ö, Schneider R: Analysis of the coupled-cluster method tailored by tensor-network states in quantum chemistry. https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.05699 27p (2018)
12. Lachmanska A, Tecmer P, Legeza Ö, Boguslawski K: Elucidating cation--cation interactions in neptunyl dications using multireference ab initio theory. https://arxiv.org/abs/1804.02241 14p (2018)
13. Shapir I, Hamo A, Pecker S, Pascu Moca C, Legeza Ö, Zaránd G, Ilani S: Imaging the Wigner crystal of electrons in one dimension. https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.08523 (2018)

2017

Articles

1. Boguslawski K, Real F, Tecmer P, Duperrouzel C, Gomes ASP, Legeza O, Ayers PW, Vallet V: On the multi-reference nature of plutonium oxides: PuO22+, PuO2, PuO3 and PuO2(OH)(2). PHYS CHEM CHEM PHYS 19:(6) 4317-4329 (2017)
2. Hagymási I, Vancsó P, Pálinkás A, Osváth Z: Interaction effects in a chaotic graphene quantum billiard. PHYS REV B 95:(7) 075123/1-8 (2017)
3. Szalay Sz, Barcza G, Szilvási T, Veis L, Legeza Ö: The correlation theory of the chemical bond. SCI REP-UK 7:(1) 2237/1-10 (2017)
4. Szirmai E, Barcza G, Sólyom J, Legeza Ö: Interplay between exotic superfluidity and magnetism in a chain of four-component ultracold atoms. PHYS REV A 95:(1) 013610/1-5 (2017)
5. Timár M, Barcza G, Gebhard F, Legeza Ö: Optical phonons for Peierls chains with long-range Coulomb interactions. PHYS REV B 95:(8) 085150/1-15 (2017)
6. Vancsó P, Hagymási I, Tapasztó L: A magnetic phase-transition graphene transistor with tunable spin polarization. 2D MATER 4:(2) 024008/1-16 (2017)

Others

7. Sólyom J: Wigner Jenő, a modern szilárdtest-fizika egyik elindítója (Eugen Wigner, one of the starters of modern solid state physics, in Hungarian). TERMÉSZET VILÁGA 148:(11) 482-485 (2017)
8. Sólyom J: Fizika és fizikusok az iparban és gazdaságban (Physics and physicists in the industry and agriculture, in Hungarian). FIZIKAI SZEMLE 67:(12) 401 (2017)

2016

Articles

1. Boguslawski K, Tecmer P, Legeza Ö: Analysis of two-orbital correlations in wave functions restricted to electron-pair states. PHYS REV B 94:(15) 155126/1-8 (2016) DOI
2. Hagymási I, Legeza Ö: Characterization of a correlated topological Kondo insulator in one dimension. PHYS REV B 93:(16) 165104/1-6 (2016) DOI
3. Hagymási I, Legeza Ö: Entanglement, excitations, and correlation effects in narrow zigzag graphene nanoribbons. PHYS REV B 94:(16) 165147/1-8 (2016) DOI
4. Krumnow C, Veis L, Legeza Ö, Eisert J: Fermionic orbital optimization in tensor network states. PHYS REV LETTERS 117:(21) 210402/1-6 (2016) DOI
5. Timár M, Barcza G, Gebhard F, Veis L, Legeza Ö: Hückel-Hubbard-Ohno modeling of π-bonds in ethene and ethyne with application to trans-polyacetylene. PHYS CHEM CHEM PHYS 18:(28) 18835-18845 (2016) DOI
6. Veis L, Antalík A, Brabec J, Neese F, Legeza O, Pittner J: Coupled cluster method with single and double excitations tailored by matrix product state wave functions. J PHYS CHEM LETTERS 7:(20) 4072-4078 (2016) DOI

Other

7. Sólyom J, Zaránd G: A kvantumtérelmélettől a szilárdtest-fizikáig. Zawadowski Alfréd tudományos életútja (From Quantum field theory to Solid State Physics. The scientific carreer of Alfréd Zawadowski, in Hungarian). FIZIKAI SZEMLE 66:(5) 146-150 (2016) LINK