Dr. Antal Jakli is a Professor at the Liquid Crystal Institute. He received his Ph.D. (1986) in Statistical Physics from Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary. He joined the Liquid Crystal Institute staff in 1999. His research centers on electro-optical, electro-mechanical and rheological properties of ferroelectric liquid crystals.
Study of structures of bent core smectic liquid crystals
Fluid phases of bent-core molecules – Novel physics and applications
Electric field-induced spinning, translation and circling of solid particles in liquid crystals
Piezoelectricity of cell membranes
Ph.D. in Statistical Physics, Eotvos University, 1986
Chemical Physics, Liquid Crystal Physics, Biomaterials, ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, Soft Matter, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology, Chemical Sciences, Materials Science, sensing (responsive) and flexible materials, fabric research
Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program: Graduate Education on Soft Matter Science