Adrienn Ruzsinszky


Office Address
5046 Percival Stern Hall
School of Science & Engineering

Courses Taught

PHYS 3010/6010: Theoretical Physics/Techniques of Theoretical Physics I

Education & Affiliations

M.Sc., Budapest University of Technology and Economics (2000)
Ph.D., Budapest University of Technology and Economics (2004)


Dr. Ruzsinszky's research interests include Solid State Theory/Density Functional Theory.

Recent Publications

H. Tang, S. Neupane, L. Yin, J.M. Breslin, A. Ruzsinszky, "Spin-polarization anisotropy in bent tungsten dichalcogenides nanoribbons and excitonic states," Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 11, 4711 (2023)

H. Tang, B. Neupane, S. Ruan, S. Neupane, N.K. Nepal, A. Ruzsinszky, "Tunable band gaps and optical absorption properties of bent MoS2 nanoribbons," Scientific reports, 12, 1 (2022)

C.M. Diaz, L. Basurto, S. Adhikari, Y. Yamamoto, A. Ruzsinszky, T. Baruah, R.R. Zope, "Self-interaction corrected Kohn-Sham effective potentials using the density-consistent effective potential method," Journal of Chemical Physics, 155, 064109 (2021)

J.P. Perdew, A. Ruzsinszky, J. Sun, N.K. Nepal, A.D. Kaplan, "Interpretations of ground-state symmetry breaking and strong correlation in wavefunction and density functional theories," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 118, 1 (2021)

A. Ruzsinszky, N.K. Nepal, J.M. Pitarke, J.P. Perdew, "Constraint-based wave vector and frequency dependent exchange-correlation kernel of the uniform electron gas," Physical Review B, 101, 245135 (2020)