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.
A. Ruzsinszky, J. P. Perdew, and G. I. Csonka, "Simple Charge-Transfer Model to Explain the Electrical Response of Hydrogen Chains," Physical Review A 78,022513 (2008).
G. I. Csonka, J. P. Perdew, and A. Ruzsinszky, "Performance of PBEsol Density Functional for Bulk Solids," in preparation.
G. I. Csonka, J. P. Perdew, and A. Ruzsinszky, "Regularized Gradient Expansion in Density Functional Theory for Molecules and Solids," in preparation.
Perdew, J.P., Ruzsinszky, A., Csonka, G. I., Constantin, A. L., Zhou, X., Scuseria, G. E., Vydrov, O. A., Burke, K., "Restoring the Density-Gradient Expansion for Exchange in Solids and their Surfaces," Physical Review Letters 100, 136406 (2008).
Ruzsinszky, A., Perdew, J.P., Csonka, G. I, Scuseria, G. E., Vydrov, O. A., "Understanding and Correcting the Self-Interaction Error in the Electrical Response of Hydrogen Chains," Physical Review A, Rapid Communications 77, 060502 (2008).
Csonka, G. I., Perdew, J.P., Ruzsinszky, A, Scuseria, G. E, "Improved Description of Stereoelectronic Effects in Hydrocarbon Isomers Using Density Functional Theory," Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 4, 888 (2008).