Matyas Aradi

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I attended my bachelor studies at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary with nuclear physics specialisation and graduated at Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary with the major of computational physics in 2017. I received the European Fusion Master's Certificate from Fusenet in 2018 as the result of my curriculum and thesis work in nuclear fusion.

I gained my work experience at the Department of Plasma Physics of the Wigner Research Centre for Physics (now Centre for Energy Research - CER), Hungary during the whole term of my university studies. My task was the implementation of a numerical simulator which supported the measurement design and scenario development of the novel diagnostic: the Atomic Beam Probe (ABP) on the Compass tokamak, Czech Republic.

I was a member of the Fusion Group at BME, Insitute of Nuclear Techniques for one and a half years as the developer of the runaway electron module for the European Transport Solver (ETS) in the EUROFusion Integrated Modelling (EU-IM). I was supervising a bachelor student in test development, related to our job. I participated in the organisation and holding of several professional and science popularisation events such as Beam Emission Spectroscopy Summer School (BESSS) or summer university programmes for primary and secondary school students.

I started to work as a university assistant in 2017 at the Technical University of Graz, Austria. My research topic was neoclassical modelling, whilst my teaching activity was Matlab programming and numerical methods for physicist students.

In 2019 I started to work as a software developer for Sigma Technology, Hungary. My teams' task was the implementation of 5G mobile positioning system for Ericsson from the existing, marker leader software.

I joined the Fusion Theory Group (CASE) at Barcelona Supercomputing Center in 2020 as a PhD student under the supervision of Mervi Mantsinen. My doctoral thesis is related to ABP measurement evaluation and synthetic diagnostic development with the cooperation of CER.