Dezső Boda is a professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering. He graduated as a physicist at the University of Szeged in 1992. He received his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Pannonia in 1996, and DSc from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2013. He organizes the Student Research Societies (TDK) and the Science in the Pub at the University of Pannonia.
Modelling Complex Systems
Dezső Boda studies complex molecular systems (gases, liquids, electrolytes, ion channels, nanopores, etc.) by creating reduced microscopic models for the interactions between the particles forming the system and by performing computer simulations for these models thus producing macroscopic (measurable) quantities. Understanding comes from connecting the microscopic and macroscopic levels.
Z. Ható, D. Boda, D. Gillespie, J. Vrabec, G. Rutkai, T. Kristóf. Simulation study of a rectifying bipolar ion channel: Detailed model versus reduced model. in. Condensed Matter Physics, 2016, Vol. 19, No 1, 13802: 1–16
Boda Dezső. Monte Carlo simulation of electrolyte solutions in biology: in and out of equilibrium. (manuscript)