Lóránt Szegedy
Very Short Bio:
I am currently a postdoc at the University of Hamburg.
Before that I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn.
Before that I was a PhD student in mathematics of Ingo Runkel at the University of Hamburg and was funded by the
Research Training Group 1670 "Mathematics Inspired by String Theory and QFT".
Even before that I was a MSc student in mathematical physics at the University of Hamburg and
before that a BSc student in physics at the Budapest University of Technology.
You can find my detailed CV here.
Research Interests:
 low dimensional quantum field theories
 in particular: topological, volumedependent and conformal quantum field theories
 monoidal categories, (defect) bicategories
 moduli spaces of (rspin) surfaces
 fully extended topological field theories
You can find my research plan here.
Publications:

On Invertible 2dimensional Framed and rSpin Topological Field Theories
arXiv:1907.09428

Symmetry Defects and Orbifolds of Twodimensional YangMills Theory (with Lukas Müller and Richard J. Szabo)
arXiv:1907.04734

AreaDependent Quantum Field Theory with Defects (with Ingo Runkel)
arXiv:1807.08196

Topological Field Theory on rSpin Surfaces and the Arf Invariant
(with Ingo Runkel)
arXiv:1802.09978

An efficient linearscaling CCSD(T) method based on local natural orbitals
(with I. Ladjánszki, B. Ladóczki, M. Kállay, Z. Rolik)
J. Chem. Phys. 139. 094105 (2013)
PhD Thesis
StateSum Construction of TwoDimensional Functorial Field Theories, 2018, University of Hamburg,
available at: http://ediss.sub.unihamburg.de/volltexte/2018/9321/
Master's Thesis
Area Dependent Quantum Field Theories, 2015, University of Hamburg, available here
Organized Seminars and Events:
PhD Seminar WS2017 (together with Sebastian Heller)
PhD Seminar WS2016
RTG 1670 Alumni Event
Teaching
Tutorials in "Mathematics II for Geophysics/Oceanology, Meteorology, Physics and Computing in Science students" (in German), University of Hamburg, 2019 summer term
Tutorials in Introductory Physics Course, Budapest University of Technology, 2012 Winter term
