Mikeházi, Anton

    Anton Mikeházi, B.Sc.
    Research assistant

Anton Mikehazi graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2020 as a Chemical Engineer (B.Sc.) and he is still a student there as a research physicist at the Faculty of Science. He participated in research based on theoretical quantum chemical calculations at the Inorganic and Elemental Chemistry Research Group at BME Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry.

Education, degrees and positions


    2016-2020BSc in Chemical Engineer, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary.
    2020- MSc in Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary.
    2019-Student Researcher, Wigner Research Centre for Physics.

    Awards

      2019/2020State fellowship of Hungary for university students.
      2019Outstanding Student Award of the Faculty of Chemical and Bioengineering.
      2018 Scientific Students' Associations, materials science, 3rd place

    Topic
  • Aromatic behaviour of phosphorus containing heterocycles with quantum chemical methods
  • Benchmark studies of iron reference compounds with a novel laboratory high energy resolution X-ray emission spectrometer (MSc thesis)


Methods

  • X-ray absorption and amission spectroscopy in laboratotry
  • DFT calculations

Google Scholar Profile
ORCID: 0000-0002-7796-7012

Scientometric data: (MTMT 25.Jan.2021)

    Number of publications: 2
    Citations (independent): ?
    Cumulative impact factor: 17.74

Publications

    2020

  • Dr. Steven Giese Katrin Klimov Antal Mikeházi Dr. Zsolt Kelemen M. Sc. Daniel S. Frost Dr. Simon Steinhauer Dr. Peter Müller Prof. Dr. László Nyulászi Prof. Dr. Christian Müller
    2‐(Dimethylamino)phosphinine: A Phosphorus‐Containing Aniline Derivative
    Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2020)
  • Nabila Rauf Naz, Gregor Schnakenburg,Antal Mikeházi, Zsolt Kelemen, László Nyulászi, René T. Boeré and Rainer Streubel
    Janus bis(NHCs) tuned by heteroatom-bridge oxidation states
    Chemical Communications 56 (2020) 2646-2649