"Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication",
said Leonardo Da Vinci (or Steve Jobs? Thomas Mann? Goethe?).
So this page is pretty sophisticated, I guess.
I am a physicist from Budapest, Hungary.
Currently, I'm a senior research fellow of the MTA-ELTE Theoretical Physics Research Group,
conducting most of my experiments in the von Kármán Laboratory for Environmental Flows.
My topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Experimental and numerical modelling of large-scale atmospheric and oceanic flow phenomena
You may find my CV here and take a look at my list of publications on my Google Scholar page.
And here is my profile on ResearchGate
This textbook chapter, written together with my former supervisor Imre M. Jánosi, gives a general overview of our research approach and summarizes some of our results (for personal use only).
Feel free to contact me in email: mvincze(a)general.elte.hu
Or in person: Address: Pázmány P. stny. 1/A, H-1117 Budapest, Hungary
Public outreach activities (in Hungarian)
I am hosting a regular radio program 'Sokolébresztő' on Tilos rádió. You can listen to the earlier episodes here.
We have a popular science podcast and blog called 'Parallaxis', check it out here.
I post online learning material for my university courses over here.
My little alternate history sci-fi novel 'A műbolygó' can be found here.
I gave a short public lecture for the national TV network about our experiments (plus there is a little bio-intro about me):
Besides being a physicist I am also a singer and percussionist,
playing in world music and jazz ensembles.