Curriculum Vitae


Name :                    Gábor CORRADI

Personal:                 Born : Győr, Hungary, 31.05.1946

                               Family status: married, 2 children


Address:                  Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, Hungarian Academy of       

                               Sciences, P. O. B. 49. H-1525 Budapest; E-mail:

                               Phone: 36-1 - 392-2222 / ext. 1265;  Fax: 36-1 - 392-2223  


Student prices:         3rd price of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Warsaw, 1963

                               1st price of the Hungarian Physics Competition "Eötvös", 1964

                               2nd price of the Hungarian Mathematics Competition "Kürschák", 1964


University:               Roland Eötvös University, Budapest, from 1964, graduated as physicist 1969


Dissertations and      "Spin-lattice relaxation of colour centres in alkali and alkali earth halides"

academic degrees:    Cand. of phys. sci. 1980; Dr. rer. nat., Roland Eötvös University, Budapest, 1981


"Point defects due to doping and irradiation in nonlinear optical oxide crystals"

MTA Dr. (Dr. of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) 2002


Affiliations:              From 1969-97 with the Research Laboratory for Crystal Physics, HAS,

                               senior research worker since1980,

                               from 1998 Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, HAS,

                               scientific consultant since 2003


Teaching:                 Biophysics courses  at Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest, 1969-86,          

                               assistant professor 1986


Awards:                  HAS President’ s award, 1986

                               "Szigeti" price of the Hungarian Physical Society, 1992


Research visits:        Inst. of Semiconductors of the Ukrainian Acad. Sci., Kiev, 1971-91 (29 months),

                               Université de Nantes, France 1984 (3 months),

                               University of Connecticut, Storrs, US, 1986 (4 months),

                               Universität Paderborn, Germany, 1987-1990 (30 months)

                               Universität Osnabrück, Germany, 1990-1994 (17 months)

                               University of Kent, UK, 1992-1993 (3 months)

                               Justus Liebig Universität Giessen, Germany, 1994-1995 (3 months)

                               Universität Osnabrück, 1998-2011, 1-3 months/year,

                                                              Supelec, Metz, France, 1999-2000, 1½ months,

                               Universität Paderborn, Germany, 1999-2004, 5+4+2+1½ +½+1 months,

                               Riga University, Latvia, 2002, 1 month


National functions:    Secretary of the Crystal Physics Section of the Hungarian Physical Society 1993-97,        

                               committee memberships at the HAS and the Hung.Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)


Internat. function:     European Science Foundation, Chairman of the Oxide Crystals Network 1994-97


National projects:     Hung. Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) 1992-95, 1997-2000, 2001-05, 2006-11


Internat. projects:     Intergovernmental Sc. & Tech. or Academic Cooperations:

                               Portug.-Hung. 1998-99, German-Hung. 1999-2004, Est.-Hung.(Ac.Sci.) 2004-2012


Languages:              Hungarian, English, German, Russian, French


Scient. fields:           Crystal defects and radiation damage in optical crystals and glass ceramics including ferroelectrics,

                               szintillators and non-linear optical oxide crystals,

                               polaron states and light induced charge transfer,

                               spin labelled liposome-porphyrin systems


Applied methods:      Paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and optical spectroscopies including Raman,

                               optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR),

                               electron-nuclear double resonance (ENDOR),

                               extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS),                                  

                               electronic structure calculations



                                                                                   Budapest, March 2011

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