Curriculum Vitæ

General information

Dr. Bence TÓTH

Place and date of birth:
Cegléd, 04.05.1985.

Department of Natural Sciences, Institute of Military Logistics, Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training
National University of Public Service (NKE)
9-11. Hungária krt., H-1101 Budapest, HUNGARY


+36 1 432 9000, Ext. 29260



Undergraduate studies:
2003 - 2008, Eötvös University, Faculty of Science, Physics

Physicist (MSc)
Title of MSc thesis: Investigation of spin-dependent electron transport in Ni-Co and Ni-Cr alloys
Advisor: Dr. Imre BAKONYI

Graduate studies:
2008 - 2011 Eötvös University, Doctoral School for Physics, Doctoral Program for Material Science and Solid State Physics

2013, „summa cum laude”
PhD in Physics
Title of thesis: Magnetoresistance Study of Electrolytic Nanostructures
Advisor: Dr. Imre BAKONYI

Dr. habil. in Military Engineering
Title of thesis: Quantitative analysis of the Railway Network of Hungary as a Critical Infrastructure


Assistant research fellow, 2008 - 2013
Metals Research Department, Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics of the Hung. Acad. Sci. (RISSPO HAS) (2008 - 2011)
Complex Fluids Department, Wigner Research Centre for Phyisics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Wigner RCP HAS) (2012 - 2013)

Young Research Fellow of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2009 - 2012
Metals Research Department, RISSPO HAS

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 2013 - 2015
Complex Fluids Department, Wigner RCP HAS

Senior Lecturer, 2015 -
Department of Natural Sciences, Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, Ludovika University

Other positions:
Chair, Credit Transfer and Validation Committee, Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, Ludovika University, 2017 -
Deputy Scientific Secretary, Doctoral School of Military Engineering, Ludovika University, 2020
Scientific Secretary, Doctoral School of Military Engineering, Ludovika University, 2021 -

Research activity

2007 - 2015
Investigation of structural, magnetic and transport properties of self-prepared electrodeposited Ni-Co/Cu and Fe-Co/Cu multilayers both on room and low temperature
Investigation of the beginning of layer growth of Co/Cu multilayers
Preparation, magnetic and transport measurement of ferromagnetic/non-magnetic multilayered nanowires
Electrodeposition of metals from non-aqueous electrolytes

2015 -
Modelling the resilience of critical infrastructures, especially transportation networks

Language knowledge

English (advanced level)
German (intermediate level)