Complete list (MTMT)


1) Physics is absolute, free of observers.

2) Thermodynamics is a stability theory.

Strategy: understand the evolution equations of physics with/from these principles.

  1. Cs. Asszonyi, T. Fülöp and P. Ván, Distinguished rheological models in the framework of a thermodynamical internal variable theory, (2014), (arXiv:1407.0882).

  2. T.S. Biró, G.G. Barnaföldi and P. Ván, New Entropy Formula with Fluctuating Reservoir, (2014), (arXiv:1405.3813).

  3. T.S. Biró, G.G. Barnaföldi, K. Ürmössy and P. Ván, Statistical Power-Law Spectra due to Reservoir Fluctuations, (2014), (arXiv:1404.1256).

  4. T.S. Biró and P. Ván, Splitting the source term for the Einstein equation to classical and quantum parts, (2014), (arXiv:1312.1316).

  5. V.A. Cimmelli, D. Jou, T. Ruggeri, P. Ván, Entropy principle and recent results in non-equilibrium theories, (2014), Entropy, 16(3), 1756. (Entropy OA).

  6. P. Ván, A. Berezovski, C. Papenfuss, Thermodynamic approach to generalized continua, (2014), CMT, 26(3), 403. (arXiv:1304.4977).

  7. P. Ván and T. S. Biró, Thermodynamics and flow-frames for dissipative relativistic fluids, (2014), AIP Conf. Proc., 1578(1), 114. (arXiv:1310.5976).

  8. Biró TS, Barnaföldi GG, Ván P, Quark-gluon plasma connected to finite heat bath, (2013), EPJ A, 49(9), 110. (arXiv:1208.2533).

  9. P. Ván and T. Fülöp, Universality in heat conduction theory: Weakly nonlocal thermodynamics, (2012), Annalen der Physik (Lepzig/Berlin), 524(8), 470. (arXiv:1108.5589 ).

  10. T. Fülöp and P. Ván, Kinematic quantities of finite elastic and plastic deformation, (2012), Mathematical Methods in Applied Sciences, 35(15), 1825. (arXiv:1007.2892 ).

  11. P. Ván and T. S. Biró, First order and stable relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics, (2012), PLB, 709, 106. (arXiv:1109.0985 ).

  12. T. S. Bíró and P. Ván, Zeroth law compatibility of non-additive thermodynamics, (2011), PRE, 83, 061147. (arXiv:1102.0536 ).

  13. T. S. Bíró and P. Ván, About the temperature of moving bodies, (2010), EPL, 89, 30001. (arXiv:0905.1650v1. related Wolfram Demo)

  14. P. Ván, Weakly nonlocal non-equilibrium thermodynamics - variational principles and Second Law, in Applied Wave Mathematics (Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods), ed. Ewald Quak and Tarmo Soomere, Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg, 2009, Ch. III. p153-186. (arXiv:0902.3261)

  15. P. Ván, Generic stability of dissipative non-relativistic and relativistic fluids, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, (2009), P02054. (arXiv:0811.0257)

  16. P. Ván, A. Berezovski and J. Engelbrecht, Internal variables and dynamic degrees of freedom, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, (2008), 33/3, 235. (cond-mat/0612491)

  17. P. Ván, Internal energy in dissipative relativistic fluids, Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, (2008), 3/6, 1161. (arXiv:07121437)

  18. T. S. Biró, L. Molnár and P. Ván, A thermodynamic approach to the relaxation of viscosity and thermal conductivity, Physical Review C, (2008), 78, 014909. (arXiv:0805.1061)

  19. P. Ván, T. S. Biró, Stable first order relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics, The European Physical Journal - Special Topics, (2008), 155, 201. (arXiv:0704.2039v2)

  20. Asszonyi Cs., Ván P. és Szarka Z.: Izotrop kontinuumok rugalmas és képlékeny állapota, Mérnökgeológiai és Kõzetmechanikai Kiskönyvtár 5., Mûegyetemi Kiadó, Budapest, 2007. ISBN 978-963-420-932-4. (TerPla07b.pdf)

  21. T. Matolcsi and P. Ván, Absolute time derivatives, Journal of Mathematical Physics, (2007), 48, 053507-19. (math-ph/0608065 )

  22. T. S. Biró, P. Lévai, P. Ván and J. Zimányi, Mass distribution of quark matter, Physical Review C, (2007), 75, 034910. (hep-ph/0606076)

  23. P. Ván and T. Fülöp, Weakly nonlocal fluid mechanics - the Schrödinger equation, Proceedings of the Royal Society, London A, (2006), 462/2066, 541-557. (quant-ph/0304062)

  24. T. Matolcsi and P. Ván, Can material time derivative be objective?, Physics Letters A, (2006), 353, 109-112. (math-ph/0510037 )

  25. P. Ván, Unique additive information measures - Boltzmann-Gibbs-Shannon, Fisher and beyond, Physica A, (2006), 365, 28-33. (cond-mat/0409255)

  26. P. Ván, Exploiting the Second Law in weakly nonlocal continuum physics, Periodica Polytechnica, Ser. Mechanical Engineering, (2005), 49/1, 79-94. (cond-mat/0210402)

  27. V. A. Cimmelli and P. Ván, The effects of nonlocality on the evolution of higher order fluxes in non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Journal of Mathematical Physics, (2005), 46, 112901. (cond-mat/0409254)

  28. P. Ván and T. Fülöp, Stability of stationary solutions of the Schrödinger-Langevin equation, Physics Letters A, (2004), 323/5-6, 374-381. (quant-ph/0304190) (Movies, figures:

  29. P. Ván, Weakly nonlocal continuum theories of granular media: restrictions from the Second Law, International Journal of Solids and Structures, (2004), 41/21, 5921-5927. (cond-mat/0310520)

  30. P. Ván, C. Papenfuss and W. Muschik, Griffith cracks in the mesoscopic microcrack theory, Journal of Physics A, (2004), 37/20, 5315-5328. (cond-mat/0211207)

  31. P. Ván, Weakly nonlocal irreversible thermodynamics, Annalen der Physik (Leipzig), (2003), 12, 142-169.(cond-mat/0112214)

  32. M. Balázs and P. Ván, Lagrange-formalism of point-masses, (math-ph/0205040 )

  33. P. Ván, Internal thermodynamic variables and failure of microcracked materials, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, (2001), 26/2, 167-189. (, pdf)

  34. P. Ván and B. Vásárhelyi, Second Law of thermodynamics and the failure of rock materials, in Rock mechanics in the national interest, V1, 2001, Ed. D. Elsworth, J. P. Tinucci and K. A. Heasley, A. A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse-Abingdon-Exton(PA)-Tokyo, 767-773. (ps, pdf)

  35. microcracks, Physical Review E, (2000), 62/5, 6206-6215. (pdf)

  36. P. Ván, and B. Nyíri, Hamilton formalism and variational principle construction, Annalen der Physik (Leipzig), (1999), 8, 331-354. (ps, pdf )

  37. P. Ván, Thermodynamic stability of dia- and paramagnetic materials, Periodica Polytechnica, Ser. Chem. Eng., (1998), 42, 97-102. (ps, pdf )

  38. P. Ván, On the structure of the 'Governing Principle of Dissipative Processes', Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, (1996), 21/1, 17-29. (ps, pdf )

  39. P. Ván and W. Muschik, The structure of variational principles in non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Physical Review E, (1995), 52/4, 3584-3590. (ps, pdf )

  40. . Ván, Another Dynamic Laws in thermodynamics, Physics Essays, (1995), 8/4, 457-465. (revised ps, pdf )

  41. P. Ván, Asymptotic stability and the Second Law in Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics, in 7th Conference on Waves and Stability in Continuous Media, 1994, Ed. S. Rionero and T. Ruggeri, Series on Advances in Mathematics for Applied Sciences V23, World Scientific, Singapore-New Jersey-London-Hong Kong, 384-389. (ps, pdf)

Selected presentations:

  1. Messina lectures I Galilean objectivity (Messina, Italy, 2015 November-December) (pdf)
  2. Messina lectures II Equilibrium, ordinary and continuum thermodynamics (Messina, Italy, 2016 March-April) (pdf)
  3. Classical and quantum parts in Madelung variables (Wigner111, Budapest, Hungary, 2013 November) (pdf)
  4. Thermodynamics of continua: the challenge of universality (JETC'13, Brescia, Italy, 2013 July) (odp, pdf)
  5. Thermodynamics of relativistic fluids (5th Leopoldo Garcia-Colin Mexican Meeting on Mathematical Physics, Mexico City, Mexico, 2013 September) (pdf)
  6. Temperature and heat conduction beyond Fourier law (Tallinn, Estonia, 2011 February, CENS) (ppsx, pdf)
  7. Nonextensive thermostatistics and Lesche stabil ty (Zimányi Winter School, Budapest, Hungary, 2009 December) (pps, pdf)
  8. Relation of rock mas characterization and damage (Eurock'09, Cavtat, Croatia, 2009 October) (pps, pdf)
  9. Objectivity and constitutive modelling (Complexity of Nonlinear Waves, Tallinn, Estonia, 2009 October) (pps, pdf)
  10. Thermodynamics, plasticity and rheology (ESMC'09, Lisbon, Portugal, 2009 September) (pps, pdf)
  11. Objectivity and continuum mechanics (ESMC'09 poster, Lisbon, Portugal, 2009 September) (pps)
  12. Hydrodynamics, stability and temperature (Cape Town, Rep. of South Africa, 2008 December) (pps, pdf)
  13. Thermodynamics of relativistic fluids (SigmaPhi'08, Kolymbari, Crete, 2008 July) (pps, pdf)
  14. Objective time derivatives in non-equilibrium thermodynamics (CENS-CMA Workshop, Tallinn, Estonia, 2008 March) (pps, pdf)
  15. Weakly nonlocal nonequilibrium themrodynamics - fluids and beyond (Zürich, 2007 April, ETH) (pps)
  16. Three lectures on thermodynamics (Potenza, 2006 September; short phd course at the University of Basilicata) (WNL, WNLHeat, Objectivity)
  17. What is thermodynamics and what is it for? (Tallin, 2006 May, April; 2 lectures at CENS) (Discrete, Continuum )
  18. Rock rheology - time dependence of dilation and stress around a tunnel (Eurock'06, Liége) (pps, pdf)
  19. Can material time derivative be objective? (ThermoCon'05, Messina) (pps, pdf)
  20. Unique additive information measures - Boltzmann-Gibbs-Shannon, Fisher and beyond (NEXT-SIGMAPHI'05, Crete) (pps, pdf)
  21. Weakly nonlocal thermodynamics and fluid mechanics (Italy 2004, Torino, Bologna, Messina, Salerno.) (pps1, ps1), (pps2, ps2)
  22. One- and two component weakly nonlocal fluids (NEXT'03, Sardinia, Capo Boi) (pps, ps)
  23. Classical and nonlocal theories of non-equilibrium thermodynamics (Berlin 2002, TU and Hahn-Meitner Inst.) (pps, ps)
  24. The meaning of the second law: nonlocal effects in continuum physics (CNNS'02 workshop) (pps, ps)