## Supervisions

**Supervision of BSc and MSc students**

#### Currently available projects:

- Modelling of reactor physics transients with a finite-element-based reactor physics code (BSc Physics)
- Comparative analysis of group constant generation possibilities for spherical-harmonics-based neutron transport approximations (MSc Physics)

#### Finalized projects and projects in progress:

- BSc Energy Engineering
- Janka Jancsovics: Pin-wise SP
_{3}core calculations (planned, 2022) – supervisor - Péter Mészáros: Modeling of experiments performed on the BME Training Reactor with the DIREMO finite-element-based diffusion code (2020) – supervisor
- Tamás Zoltán Hajas: Finite element simulation of corium-induced reactor core support plate failure (2017) – supervisor

- Janka Jancsovics: Pin-wise SP
- MSc Energy Engineering
- Péter Mészáros: Coupled thermal-hydraulics and reactor physics analysis of different SCW-SMR fuel assembly concepts (2022) – supervisor

- BSc Physics
- Zeno Bertesina: Reactor physics analysis of a supercritical water cooled small modular reactor with the SPNDYN finite element reactor physics code (2021) – supervisor
- Gergely Illés: VVER benchmark calculations with the SPNDYN finite element reactor physics code (2021) – supervisor
- Tamás Bartók: Finite element code development for the solution of the one-dimensional, time-dependent SP
_{3}equations (2019) – supervisor - Viktor Holl: Code development for the numerical solution of the one- and two-dimensional SP
_{3}equations (2017) – supervisor

- MSc Physics
- Zeno Bertesina: Coupled thermal-hydraulics and neutron-physics analysis of an SCW-SMR reactor concept (2023) – consultant
- Gergely Illés: Simplified P
_{N}core analysis of an SCW-SMR reactor concept (2023) – consultant - János Maróti: Accuracy analysis of diffusion and SP
_{3}calculations on VVER reactor problems (2022) – consultant - Tamás Zoltán Hajas: Finite element code development for the solution of the time-dependent diffusion equation and its coupling to the APROS system code (2020) – consultant
- Viktor Holl: Finite element code development for the solution of the SP
_{3}equations (2020) – consultant

- Specialized engineers
- István Petrovics: Comparative analysis of accident tolerant fuels (2022) – supervisor
- László Kiss: Investigation of VVER-1000 transients using an educational simulator program (2020) – supervisor
- Zsolt Kovács: State of the art of the application and development of small modular reactors and evaluation of their potential spread (2020) – supervisor
- Zoltán Németh: Types of essential service water systems, comparison with the cooling system applied at the Paks NPP (2020) – consultant
- György Tóth: The inspection of the temperature of the Danube river with the commissioning of Paks 2 (2020) – consultant
- Áron Zubály: Possibilities and limitation of the spreading of Gen-IV reactors (2020) – supervisor

**Supervision of Scientific Student Conference theses**

University round:

- 2017: Finite element simulation of corium-induced reactor core support plate failure (Tamás Zoltán Hajas), Nuclear Engineering Section, I. prize, Rector’s special prize
- 2018: Finite element code development for the solution of the time-dependent diffusion equation (Tamás Zoltán Hajas), Nuclear Techniques – Medical Physics Section, II. prize
- 2019: Finite element analysis of reactor physics transients with a self-developed diffusion code (Tamás Zoltán Hajas), Nuclear Techniques, II. prize
- 2020: Modeling of experiments performed on the BME Training Reactor with the DIREMO finite-element-based diffusion code (Péter Mészáros), Nuclear Techniques and Medical Physics Section, Commendation
- 2021: Diffusion-based VVER core calculations with the SPNDYN finite element reactor physics code (Gergely Illés), Nuclear Techniques and Medical Physics Section, II. prize

National round:

- 2021: Finite element analysis of reactor physics transients with a self-developed diffusion code (Tamás Zoltán Hajas), Physics, Earth Sciences and Mathematics Section, Physics Subsection, Nuclear Physics section, I. prize
- 2021: Modeling of experiments performed on the BME Training Reactor with the DIREMO finite-element-based diffusion code (Péter Mészáros), Engineering Sciences Section, Special Prize