American Journal of Condensed Matter Physics

American Journal of Condensed Matter physics is a peer reviewed, scientific journal, which publishes papers that contain fundamental condensed matter science.

Ákos Nemcsics

Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Condensed Matter Physics

Professor, Institute for Microelectronics and Technology, Óbuda University, Hungary

Research Areas

Materials Science (III-V Materials, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, RHEED, Quantum Dot, Quantum Ring, Solar Cell Materials)


2002Dr NyME Sopron
1996PhDHungarian Acadamy of Sci., Budapest
1990DoctoralTU Budapest
1987M.ScMicroelectronics, TU Budapest
1983M.ScSemiconductor Physics, TU Budapest


1993-1998Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, Budapest
1990-1992Institute for Experimental Physics, University Kiel,Germany
1983-1990Research Institute for Technical Physics, Budapest
2010Visiting Professor, United State Department of Agriculture (USDA), Beltsville MD, USA

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Á. Nemcsics et al.: Composition of the Quantum dot, grown by droplet epitaxy, Superlattices and Microstructures 48 (2010) 351
[2]  Á. Nemcsics et al.: Investigation of the surface morphology on epitaxially grown fullerene structures; Vacuum 84 (2010) 152
[3]  Á. Nemcsics et al.: Faceting of the self-assembled droplet epitaxial GaAs quantum dot; Microelectronics Reliability 51 (2011) 927
[4]  Á. Nemcsics et al.: Modeling of the Hysteretic Phenomena in RHEED Intensity Variation versus Temperature for GaAs and InAs Surfaces; Semiconductors 45 (2011) 91