### Márton Kormos

2002-2003 | Diploma (Msc) student (Eötvös Univ, physicist)Topic: Supersymmetry breaking deformation of the Maldacena-Nunez solution |

2003-2007 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics Doctoral School)Topic: Boundary renormalization group flows in supersymmetric minimal models Graduated in 2007 (summa cum laude) |

#### Further carrier

2007-2008 | postdoctoral research associate, Department of Mathematics, King's College London |

2008-2010 | postdoctoral fellow, SISSA, Trieste, Italy |

2010-2012 | postdoctoral fellow, Rice University, Houston, USA |

2012-2013 | postdoctoral fellow, Pisa University, Pisa, Italy |

2013-2015 | Marie Curie fellow, MTA-BME "Momentum" Statistical Field Theory Research Group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics |

2015- | research fellow, MTA-BME "Momentum" Statistical Field Theory Research Group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics |

2016-2019 | Premium postdoctoral fellowship |

#### Publications under my supervision

M. Kormos and G. Takács:*Boundary form factors in finite volume*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B803**(2008) 277-298, arXiv: 0712.1886 [hep-th].

M. Kormos:

*Boundary renormalisation group flows of the supersymmetric Lee-Yang model and its extensions*,

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B772**(2007) 227-248, arXiv: hep-th/0701061.

M. Kormos:

*Boundary renormalisation group flows of unitary superconformal minimal models*,

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B744**(2006) 358-379, arXiv: hep-th/0512085.

### Balázs Pozsgay

2005-2006 | Diploma (Msc) student (Eötvös Univ, physicist)Topic: Characterizing resonances using finite size effects |

2006-2009 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics Doctoral School)Topic: Form factors in finite volume and finite temperature correlation functions Graduated in 2009 (summa cum laude) |

#### Further carrier:

2008 | Awarded an Exchange Grant from the ESF INSTANS research network for a 3-month visit at Service de Physique Théorique, CEA Saclay (hosted by Prof. H. Saleur) |

2009-2012 | postdoctoral fellow, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands |

2012- | research fellow, MTA-BME "Momentum" Statistical Field Theory Research Group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics |

2014 | Junior Prima Prize |

2016-2019 | Premium postdoctoral fellowship |

#### Publications under my supervision

B. Pozsgay:*Lüscher's µ-term and finite volume bootstrap principle for scattering states and form factors*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B802**(2008) 435-457, arXiv: 0803.4445 [hep-th].

B. Pozsgay and G. Takács:

*Form factors in finite volume II: disconnected terms and finite temperature correlators*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B788**(2008) 209-251, arXiv: 0706.3605 [hep-th].

B. Pozsgay and G. Takács:

*Form factors in finite volume I: form factor bootstrap and truncated conformal space*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B788**(2008) 167-208, arXiv: 0706.1445 [hep-th].

B. Pozsgay and G. Takács:

*Characterization of resonances using finite size effects*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B748**(2006) 485-523, hep-th/0604022.

### Miklós Szőts

2006 | research student (in the framework of the Scientific Students' Associations)Topic: Casimir effect in the presence of multiple defects Results: 3rd prize at the National Scientific Students' Associations Conference |

2006-2007 | Diploma (Msc) student (Eötvös Univ, physicist)Topic: Determining the operator spectrum from the boundary form factor bootstrap |

2007-2011 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics Doctoral School)Topic: Developing the boundary form factor bootstrap |

#### Publications under my supervision

M. Szőts and G. Takács:*Spectrum of local boundary operators from boundary form factor bootstrap*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B785**(2007) 211-233, hep-th/0703226.

### György Fehér

2009-2011 | Diploma (Msc) student (Univ. of Technology, engineer-physicist)Topic: Determination of operator matrix elements using finite size methods |

2011-2012 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics Doctoral School)Topic: Finite volume form factors for nondiagonal scattering |

#### Further carrier

2012-2016 | graduate student, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherland |

2016- | research fellow, MTA-BME "Momentum" Statistical Field Theory Research Group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics |

#### Publications under my supervision

G. Fehér and G. Takács:*Sine-Gordon form factors in finite volume*,

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B852**(2011) 441-467, arXiv:1106.1901 [hep-th].

G.Z. Fehér, T. Pálmai and G. Takács:

*Sine-Gordon multi-soliton form factors in finite volume*,

*Phys. Rev.*

**D85**(2012) 085005, arXiv:1112.6322 [hep-th].

### Máté Lencsés

2010-2011 | Diploma (Msc) student (Univ. of Technology, physicist)Topic: Boundary form factors |

2011-2015 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics Doctoral School)Topic: Renormalization in the truncated conformal space approach Graduated in 2015 (summa cum laude) |

#### Further carrier

2016- | postdoctoral fellow, International Institute of Physics, Natal, Brazil |

#### Publications under my supervision

M. Lencsés and G. Takács:*Confinement in the q-state Potts model: an RG-TCSA study,*

*JHEP*

**1509**(2015) 146, arXiv:1506.06477 [hep-th].

M. Lencsés and G. Takács:

*Excited state TBA and renormalized TCSA in the scaling Potts model*,

*JHEP*

**1409**(2014) 052, arXiv:1405.3157 [hep-th].

M. Lencsés and G. Takács:

*Breather boundary form factors in sine-Gordon theory*,

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B852**(2011) 615-633, arXiv:1106.1902 [hep-th].

### Anna J. Zsigmond

2009-2010 | BSc student (Eötvös Univ)
Topic: PT symmetric quantum mechanics |

### István Szécsényi

Graduated in 2017

2010-2013 | Doctoral (PhD) student (Eötvös Univ, Physics
Doctoral School)Topic: Finite temperature correlation functions |

#### Further carrier

2013-2016 | Marie Curie early stage researcher, Centre for Particle Theory, University of Durham, UK |

2016- |

#### Publications under my supervision

B. Pozsgay, I.M. Szécsényi and G. Takács:*Exact finite volume expectation values of local operators in excited states*,

arXiv:1412.8436 [hep-th].

I.M. Szécsényi, G. Takács and G.M.T. Watts:

*One-point functions in finite volume/temperature: a case study*,

*JHEP*

**1308**(2013) 094, arXiv:1304.3275 [hep-th].

I.M. Szécsényi and G. Takács:

*Spectral expansion for finite temperature two-point functions and clustering*,

*J. Stat. Mech.*

**1212**(2012) P12002, arXiv:1210.0331 [hep-th].

### Tamás Pálmai

2011-2012 | Part-time graduate student (Univ. of Technology, supervisor: B. Apagyi)Topic: Sine-Gordon multi-soliton form factors in finite volume |

#### Further carrier

2012-2014 | postdoctoral fellow, SISSA, Trieste, Italy |

2014-2016 | postdoctoral fellow, MTA-BME "Momentum" Statistical Field Theory Research Group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics |

2016- | postdoctoral fellow, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA |

#### Publications under my supervision

T. Pálmai:*Regularization of multi-soliton form factors in sine-Gordon model*,

*Comput. Phys. Commun.*

**183**(2012) 1813-1821, arXiv:1111.7086 [math-ph].

G.Z. Fehér, T. Pálmai and G. Takács:

*Sine-Gordon multi-soliton form factors in finite volume*,

*Phys. Rev.*

**D85**(2012) 085005, arXiv:1112.6322 [hep-th].

T. Pálmai and G. Takács:

*Diagonal multi-soliton matrix elements in finite volume*,

*Phys. Rev.*

**D87**(2013) 045010, arXiv:1209.6034 [hep-th].

### Márton Mestyán

2013-2015 | MSc student (Univ. of Technology, supervision shared
with B. Pozsgay)Topic: Quantum quenches in the XXZ spin chain |

#### Publications under my supervision

M. Mestyán, B. Pozsgay, G. Takács and M.A. Werner:*Quenching the XXZ spin chain: quench action approach versus generalized Gibbs ensemble*,

*J Stat. Mech.*

**1504**(2015) P04001, arXiv:1412.4787 [cond-mat.stat-mech].

B. Pozsgay, M. Mestyán, M. A. Werner, M. Kormos, G. Zaránd and G. Takács:

*Correlations after quantum quenches in the XXZ spin chain: Failure of the Generalized Gibbs Ensemble*,

*Phys. Rev. Lett.*

**113**(2014) 117203, arXiv:1405.2843 [cond-mat.stat-mech].

#### Further carrier

2015- | PhD student, SISSA, Trieste, Italy |

### Dávid Horváth

2014- | PhD student (Univ. of Technology)Topic: Form factor methods in quantum quenches |

#### Publications under my supervision

D.X. Horváth, S. Sotiriadis and G. Takács:*Initial states in integrable quantum field theory quenches from an integral equation hierarchy,*

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B902**(2016) 508-547, arXiv:1510.01735 [cond-mat.stat-mech].

D.X. Horváth, P.E. Dorey and G. Takács:

*Roaming form factors for the tricritical to critical Ising flow,*

*JHEP*

**1607**(2016) 051, arXiv:1604.05635 [hep-th].

### Tibor Rakovszky

2015-2016 | MSc student (Eötvös Univ., supervision shared with M. Kormos)Topic: Time evolution after a quantum quench |

#### Publications under my supervision

T. Rakovszky, M. Mestyán, M. Collura, M. Kormos and G. Takács:*Hamiltonian truncation approach to quenches in the Ising field theory*,

*Nucl. Phys.*

**B911**(2016) 805-845, arXiv:1607.01068 [cond-mat.stat-mech].

### Levente Pristyák

2017- | BSc student (Univ. of Technology)Topic: Non-equilibrium dynamics in spin chains |