J. Gyulai

The technical development ran on expense of the environment everywhere in the world followed later by recultivation. It is of vital interest that the developed world should assist that China and others should pass this stage as quick as possible.

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Ordinary Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences,Chairman, Engineering Science Section, Hungarian Academy of Sciences;“Professor Emeritus Instituti” at Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (MFA), Hungarian Academy of Sciences;Professor of Physics, University of Technology and Economy, Budapest;Private Expert, EU FP7 NMP Committee; Executive Committee member E-MRS Homepage: http://people.mfa.kfki.hu/gyulai/ Address: MFA, Konkoly Thege 29-33, H-1121 Budapest, HungaryHome address: Otthon str. 23/B, H-1118, Budapest, HungaryMail: MFA, P.O.Box 49, H-1525 Budapest, HungaryPhone: +(36-1)392-2770, Fax: +(36-1)392-2226, Private: +(36-1-)209-3137, Mobile: +(36-30)940-3081Born: August 21, 1933, Hodmezövasarhely, Hungary; citizenship: Hungarian, married, one daughterMajor fields, expertise• Ion implantation, physics and technology of semiconductors and thin films,• Surface layer analysis, ion beam analysis• Phenomena and preparation of novel solid state structures, carbon nanotubes• NanosciencesHolder of different state and scientific honours • "Fellow" European Physical Society, • "Fellow" Institute of Physics (UK), • Senior member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, • Past Vice-President, Intl. Union of Pure and Applied Physics, IUPAP, • Materials Research Society, MRS., member1980Longer term visiting scientist, principal investigator, advisor and professor (totalling over ten years): • Caltech (USA); • Cornell University (USA); • GPS de l’CNRS at Univ. Paris VII (France); • Lehrstuhl Elektronische Bauelemente, FA-Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg and FhG-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen, IIS-B (Germany); • Inst. for Materials under Extreme Conditions, Osaka University (Japan).Publications: Authored and co-authored over 300 technical papers, gave over 30 invited talks, 13 books and book chapters, over 10 patents. Number of known (non-self) references: over 3000. Chair of over ten international conferences, symposia, tutor of over ten professional courses on ion implantation technology.

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