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physicist

Peter Janos Jani, Hungarian physicist. Achievements include patents for optical design, nanometer resolution interferometers, and airborne particle counters; research on laser Doppler anemometry. Recipient medal Miscolc University, 1993. Member Eotvos Lorand Physical Society (secretary since 1996), Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Applied Researcher award 1992, 94, 95).

Background

Jani, Peter Janos was born on September 1, 1948 in Budapest, Hungary. Son of Sandor and Katalin (Karaszi) Jani.

Education

Master of Science in Physics, Moscow State University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1993.

Career

Assistant research fellow Institute Telecommunications, Budapest, 1972-1974, Hungarian Optical Works, Budapest, 1974-1976. Senior research fellow, head of team Research Institute Solid State Physics, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for optical design, nanometer resolution interferometers, and airborne particle counters. Research on laser Doppler anemometry.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor more than 50 articles to professional journals including Journal Aerosol Science.

Membership

Member Eotvos Lorand Physical Society (secretary since 1996), Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Applied Researcher award 1992, 94, 95).

Connections

Married Agnes Hell; children: Klara, Anna, Piroska, Peter, Mihaly, Zita, Sebestyen.

father:
Sandor Jani

mother:
Katalin (Karaszi) Jani

spouse:
Agnes Hell

children:
Klara Jani

Anna Jani

Piroska Jani

Peter Jani

Mihaly Jani

Zita Jani

Sebestyen Jani