Péter VÁN (1964–): Equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics of relativistic fluids, of classical continuum physics and of several other fields. LIST of publications.

Róbert KOVÁCS

Róbert KOVÁCS (1988–): Irreversible thermodynamics of heat conduction (low temperature, biological applications) and rarefied gases, analytical and numerical methods. LIST of publications.

Tamás FÜLÖP

Tamás FÜLÖP (1967–): Irreversible thermodynamics of solids (kinematics, space-time aspects, elasticity, rheology, plasticity). Quantum mechanics (boundary conditions, dissipation). LIST of publications.

Áron POZSÁR

Áron POZSÁR (1997–): Irreversible thermodynamics of solids, numerical methods. LIST of publications.

Mátyás SZÜCS

Mátyás SZÜCS (1992–): Equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics, continuum mechanics, rheology, analytical and numerical methods. LIST of publications.

Ágnes RIETH

Ágnes RIETH (1989–): Numerical methods in non-equilibrium thermodynamics, renewable energy. LIST of publications.

Anna FEHÉR

Anna FEHÉR (1997–): Experimental techniques in thermal physics, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, renewable energy. LIST of publications.

Tamás FODOR

Tamás FODOR (1985–): 3D printing technology, experimental techniques in thermal physics, non-equilibrium thermodynamics. LIST of publications.

Donát M. TAKÁCS

Donát M. TAKÁCS (1998–): continuum mechanics and thermodynamics, structure-preserving numerical methods, finite element method. LIST of publications.

Máté PSZOTA

Máté PSZOTA (1998–): Numerical methods in non-equilibrium thermodynamics, thermodynamic modified gravity and dark matter. LIST of publications.

Réka SOMOGYFOKI

Réka SOMOGYFOKI (1998–): Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and their connection to astrophysics.

Ákos SUDÁR

Ákos SUDÁR (1997–): Medical imaging, thermodynamics. LIST of publications.

Senior advisor

Gyula GRÓF

Gyula GRÓF (1955–): heat transfer, renewable energy, experimental methods in thermal physics. LIST of publications.

The history of Hungarian irreversible thermodynamics

Gyula FARKAS

Gyula FARKAS (1847–1930): Farkas’ lemma for exploiting the inequality structure of the second law of thermodynamics, integrating factor (e.g., temperature).

Imre FÉNYES

Imre FÉNYES (1917–1977): First entropy-based discussion of thermodynamics.

István GYARMATI

István GYARMATI (1929–2002): Wave approach of thermodynamics, new variational principles. Nominated for Nobel Prize multiple times.

József VERHÁS

József VERHÁS (1939–2020): Thermodynamical derivation of the rheology of fluids,
non-Newtonian fluids, liquid crystals.

Csaba ASSZONYI

Csaba ASSZONYI (1941–2022): Irreversible thermodynamical understanding and industrial applications of the rheology of rocks.

Tamás MATOLCSI

Tamás MATOLCSI (1941–): Space independent time dependent thermodynamical processes, the second law as stability analysis via Lyapunov function, systematic
description of metastable and supercritical states.

László KISS

László KISS (1945–): Heat and mass transfer, thermophysical properties, multiphase flows, bubble dynamics, aluminium metallurgy, optical diagnostics.

Balázs NYÍRI

Balázs NYÍRI (1958–): Generalizations of entropy current, current multipliers, thermodynamics of mixtures, statistical analysis.