## Dr Tamás Görbe — Curriculum Vitae

## Contact details

Address | School of Mathematics | Phone | +44(0)113 343 2930 |

University of Leeds | T.Gorbe@leeds.ac.uk | ||

LEEDS | @TamasGorbe | ||

LS2 9JT UK | arXiv | arxiv.org/a/gorbe_t_1 |

## Employment

09/2020 - 08/2021 | Academic Development Fellow | $\left.\begin{matrix}\phantom{.}\\\phantom{.}\end{matrix}\right\}$ | School of Mathematics, University of Leeds |

09/2018 - 08/2020 | Marie Curie Research Fellow | ||

01/2018 - 08/2018 | Assistant Professor | $\left.\begin{matrix}\phantom{.}\\\phantom{.}\\\phantom{.}\end{matrix}\right\}$ | Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Szeged |

07/2017 - 12/2017 | Research Fellow | ||

09/2016 - 06/2017 | Predoctoral Research Fellow |

## Education

2013-2016 | PhD in Mathematical Physics, University of Szeged |

Thesis: Integrable many-body systems of Calogero-Ruijsenaars type | |

Supervisor: László Fehér | |

2011-2013 | MSc in Applied Mathematics, University of Szeged |

Thesis: Group-theoretic treatment of integrable systems | |

2007-2010 | BSc in Mathematics, University of Szeged |

Thesis: Lie groups and related algebraic structures |

## Research Interests

Mathematical Physics; Integrable Systems — List of Publications## Research Grants

12/2020 - 11/2024 | Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) Grant no. K-134946 |

Applications of Integrable Quantum Field Theories | |

Type: Research Grant | Role: Co-I | PI: Zoltán Bajnok | |

Value: HUF 45,782,000 (≈ £ 113,200) | |

09/2018 - 08/2020 | Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF) Project acronym: INTSYS |

Algebraic, Geometric, and Field-theoretic Aspects of Integrable Many-Body Systems | |

Type: Fellowship | Role: PI | PI: Tamás Görbe | |

Value: EUR 195,454.80 (≈ £ 173,500) | |

09/2016 - 06/2017 | New National Excellence Programme (ÚNKP) Grant no. ÚNKP-16-3 |

Geometric and Field-Theoretic Aspects of Integrable Systems | |

Type: Fellowship | Role: PI | PI: Tamás Görbe | |

Value: HUF 3,500,000 (≈ £ 10,000) | |

09/2014 - 08/2018 | Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) Grant no. K-111697 |

Group-Theoretic Aspects of Integrable Systems and Their Dualities | |

Type: Research Grant | Role: Co-I | PI: László Fehér | |

Value: HUF 6,670,000 (≈ £ 19,000) | |

03/2013 - 01/2014 | National Excellence Programme (NKP) Grant no. A2-ELMH-12-0027 |

The Trigonometric BC$_n$ Sutherland System and Its Action-Angle Dual | |

Type: Fellowship | Role: PI | PI: Tamás Görbe | |

Value: HUF 1,000,000 (≈ £ 2,850) | |

07/2009 - 12/2013 | Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) Grant no. K-111697 |

Integrable Many-Body and Field-Theoretic Models | |

Type: Research Grant | Role: Student Participant | PI: László Fehér | |

Value: HUF 14,656,000 (≈ £ 41,750) |

## Scientific Societies

- Public body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- European Mathematical Society
- London Mathematical Society
- János Bolyai Mathematical Society
- Roland Eötvös Physical Society

## Acted as Referee/Reviewer for

- Géza Györgyi Award – Wigner RCP
- Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications
- Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
- Letters in Mathematical Physics
- Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications (SIGMA)
- Mathematical Reviews
- Zentralblatt MATH

- External examiner for the PhD of Tamás Gombor (Budapest). Thesis: Integrable Boundary Sigma Models

## Teaching Experience

### Teaching duties in the academic year 2020/2021

- MATH1055 Numbers and Vectors

### Undergraduate and Masters modules (since 2010)

- Analytical Mechanics
- Application of Symbolic Languages in Physics
- Group Theory in Physics
- Linear Algebra for Physicists
- MATH1050 Calculus and mathematical analysis
- MATH1055 Numbers and Vectors
- Mathematical Methods in Physics 1
- Mathematical Methods in Physics 2
- Selected Topics in Mathematical Physics
- Statistical Physics

## Service

- Lecturer in the "Introduction to Integrability" Online Lecture Series (London Mathematical Society)
- Local organizer of the Royal Institution Masterclasses (School of Mathematics, University of Leeds)
- Organizer of the "Algebra, Geometry and Integrable Systems" Colloquium Series (University of Leeds)
- Co-organizer of the "Integrable Systems" Seminar Series (University of Leeds)
- Co-organizer of the Leeds European Study Group with Industry (ESGI162)

## Outreach

- Social media:
*Mathematics and science communication via*twitter - Social media:
*Videos on Mathematics*on my YouTube channel - Public lecture:
*An Elementary Derivation of Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion*livestreamed via YouTube - Public lecture:
*Enchanting Symmetries, the Gems of Maths*as part of a TV series called Everyone's Academy - Public lecture:
*Symmetry as a tool - from planets to particles*in the "Szabadegyetem - Szeged" lecture series - Workshops at secondary schools across Yorkshire as part of the Leeds Festival of Science, University of Leeds
- SciArt Exhibition: "Exceptionally Beautiful Symmetries" - String Art

## Awards & Fellowships

2019 | MSCA Fellow of the Week, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions |

2019 | Brain Star Series, European Researchers' Night, Hungary |

2019 | 30 under 30 / Science, Forbes magazine, Hungary |

2018 | Pro Laudanda Promotione Award, PhD research of outstanding quality, University of Szeged, Hungary |

2017 | Gyula Farkas Memorial Award, János Bolyai Mathematical Society, Hungary |

2017 | 50 Talented Young Hungarians, La femme magazine, Hungary |

2016 | Junior Templeton Fellowship, Hungarian Templeton Program, Hungary |

2016 | List of Excellence — Silver degree among PhD students, University of Szeged |

2015 | 3rd prize, Scientific Competition, Hungarian Academy of Sciences |

2015 | List of Excellence — Bronze degree among PhD students, University of Szeged |

2013 | Excellent Student of Faculty, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged |

2013 | Special Award, XXXI. National Scientific Students' Associations Conference, Budapest, Hungary |

2012 | 1st prize, Scientific Students' Associations Conference, Szeged, Hungary |