Teaching
• 2018: Introduction to Materials Physics, 3 credit hour undergraduate course at    Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University • 2015- Present: “Liquid Crystal sciences: Physical Properties”, 3 credit hour graduate course at    Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University • 2010-2014: “Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Sciences”, 4 credit hour graduate course at    Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University • 2003-2008; 2016-Present: “Structured Fluids”, 3 credit hours course,   Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University • 2001-2009: “Physical Properties of Liquid Crystals”, 3 credit hours graduate course,    Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Kent State University • 2001: “Liquid Crystal Physics”, 3 credit hours graduate course,    Department of Physics, Kent State University. • 1997-1999: 4 credit hours, Basic Physical Laboratory Practices for 1st and 2nd    grade physics students, instructor and co-author of the lab notes;    Department of Experimental Physics of the Technical University in Budapest • 1995-1996: 2 credit hours, “Basics of Soft Condensed Matter Physics” lectures,    graduate course, Department of Physics of the Technical University, Budapest