Publication List of Dorottya Szécsi (with links)



Referred Papers
Invited Conference Talks
Contributing Conference Talks
Talks at International Seminars & Colloquia
Posters and Proceedings
Theses (PhD, MSc, BSc)
Activities related to the Hungarian Scientific Students' Associations ('OTDK')
Public Outreach
Articles and Talks on Academic Life



Referred Journal Papers:

'Bonn' Optimized Stellar Tracks (BoOST). Simulated Populations of Massive and Very Massive Stars for Astrophysical Applications
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Poojan Agrawal, Richard Wünsch, Norbert Langer
A&A 658, A125 (2022)
Abstract-ADS arXiv

X-ray emission from star cluster winds in starburst galaxies
Franeck, Annika; Wünsch, Richard; Martínez-González, Sergio; Orlitová, Ivana; Boorman, Peter; Svoboda, Jiří; Szécsi, Dorottya; Douna, Vanesa
ApJ 927 212 (2022)
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Explaining the differences in massive star models from various simulations
Agrawal, Poojan; Szécsi, Dorottya; Stevenson, Simon; Hurley, Jarrod
MNRAS Vol.512, Issue 4, pp.5717-5725 (2022).
Abstract-ADS arXiv

A systematic study of super-Eddington envelopes in massive stars
Agrawal, Poojan; Stevenson, Simon; Szécsi, Dorottya; Hurley, Jarrod
Submitted.
Abstract-ADS arXiv

The clustering of gamma-ray bursts in the Hercules – Corona Borealis Great Wall: the largest structure in the Universe?
Authors: Istvan Horvath, Dorottya Szécsi, Jon Hakkila, Áron Szabó, Istvan I. Racz, L. Viktor Tóth, Sándor Pintér, Zsolt Bagoly
MNRAS 498,2544–2553 (2020)
Abstract-ADS arXiv

The fates of massive stars: exploring uncertainties in stellar evolution with METISSE
Authors: Agrawal, Poojan; Hurley, Jarrod; Stevenson, Simon; Szécsi, Dorottya; Flynn, Chris
MNRAS 497,4549–4564 (2020)
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Exploration of the high-redshift universe enabled by THESEUS
Authors: Tanvir, N. R.; Le Floc'h, E.; Christensen, L.; [...] Szécsi, D.; Toth, L. V.; Urata, Y.; Vergani, S.; Zane, S.
Experimental Astronomy, Volume 52, Issue 3, p.219-244.
Abstract-ADS ArXiv

Detailed evolutionary models of massive contact binaries: I. Model grids and synthetic populations for the Magellanic Clouds
Authors: Menon, Athira; de Mink, Selma E.; Langer, Norbert; Justham, Stephen; Szécsi, Dorottya; Sen, Koushik; de Koter, Alex; Abdul-Masih, Michael; Sana, Hugues; Mahy, Laurent; Marchant, Pablo
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.5013-5033
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Role of supergiants in the formation of globular clusters
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Richard Wünsch
Published in: The Astrophysical Journal, vol.871 20S, 2019 [arXiv:1809.01395]
ApJ Abstract-ADS arXiv

Low-metallicity massive single stars with rotation. II. Predicting spectra and spectral classes of TWUIN stars
Authors: Kubátová, B.; Szécsi, D.; Sander, A. A. C.; Kubát, J.; Tramper, F.; Krtička, J.; Kehrig, C.; Hamann, W.-R.
Published in: Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol.623 A8, 2019 [arXiv:1810.01267]
A&A Abstract-ADS arXiv

The effect of the metallicity-specific star formation history on double compact object mergers
Authors: Neijssel, Coenraad J.; Vigna-Gómez, Alejandro; Stevenson, Simon; Barrett, Jim W.; Gaebel, Sebastian M.; Broekgaarden, Floor; de Mink, Selma E.; Szécsi, Dorottya; Vinciguerra, Serena; Mandel, Ilya
Published in: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 490, Issue 3, p.3740-3759. [arXiv:1906.08136]
MNRAS Abstract-ADS arXiv

The Impact of Pair-instability Mass Loss on the Binary Black Hole Mass Distribution
Authors: Stevenson, Simon; Sampson, Matthew; Powell, Jade; Vigna-Gómez, Alejandro; Neijssel, Coenraad J.; Szécsi, Dorottya; Mandel, Ilya
The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 882, Issue 2, article id. 121, 15 pp. (2019). [arXiv:1904.02821]
ApJ Abstract-ADS arXiv

On the formation history of Galactic double neutron stars
Authors: Vigna-Gómez, Alejandro; Neijssel, Coenraad J.; Stevenson, Simon; Barrett, Jim W.; Belczynski, Krzysztof; Justham, Stephen; de Mink, Selma E.; Müller, Bernhard; Podsiadlowski, Philipp; Renzo, Mathieu; Szécsi, Dorottya; Mandel, Ilya
Published in: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 481, Issue 3, 11 December 2018, Pages 4009–4029 [arXiv:1805.07974]
MNRAS Abstract-ADS arXiv

Massive stars in extremely metal-poor galaxies: A window into the past
Authors: Garcia, M.; Evans, C. J.; Bestenlehner, J. M.; Bouret, J. C.; Castro, N.; Cerviño, M.; Fullerton, A. W.; Gieles, M.; Herrero, A.; de Koter, A.; Lennon, D. J.; van Loon, J. Th.; Martins, F.; de Mink, S. E.; Najarro, F.; Negueruela, I.; Sana, H.; Simón-Díaz, S.; Szécsi, D.; Tramper, F.; Vink, J.; Wofford, A.
Experimental Astronomy, Volume 51, Issue 3, p.887-911
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Supergiants and their shells in young globular clusters
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Jonathan Mackey and Norbert Langer
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics, v.612 A55 (2018). [arXiv:1711.04007]
Abstract-ADS arXiv A&A

THESEUS: a key space mission for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
Authors: Stratta, G.; Ciolfi, R.; Amati, L.; [...] Szécsi, D.; [...] Patricelli, B.; Bernardini, M.
Published by: Advances in Space Research, Volume 62, Issue 3, p. 662-682. [arXiv:1712.08153]
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Single and binary stellar progenitors of long-duration gamma-ray bursts (GRB Progenitor Review Series Part II.)
Author: Dorottya Szécsi
Published by: Proceedings of Science, PoS(MULTIF2017)065 (2017) [arXiv:1710.05655]
Abstract-ADS arXiv PoS

How may short-duration GRBs form? A review of progenitor theories. (GRB Progenitor Review Series Part I.)
Author: Dorottya Szécsi
Published by: Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnaté Pleso, vol. 47, no. 2, p. 108-115. (2017) [arXiv:1710.05356]
Abstract-ADS PDF-article arXiv

The Transient High Energy Sky and Early Universe Surveyor (THESEUS)
Authors: Amati, L.; O'Brien, P.; Goetz, D.; [...] Szécsi, D.; [...] Watson, D.; Zicha, J.
Published by: Advances in Space Research, Volume 62, Issue 1, p. 191-244. [arXiv:1710.04638]
Abstract-ADS arXiv

Metallicity dependence of envelope inflation in massive stars
Authors: Sanyal, D.; Langer, N.; Szécsi, D.; Yoon, S-C; Grassitelli, L.
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics v.597, A71 (2017) [arXiv:1611.07280]
A&A arXiv

Common-envelope ejection in massive binary stars. Implications for the progenitors of GW150914 and GW151226
Authors: Kruckow, M. U.; Tauris, T. M.; Langer, N.; Szécsi, D.; Marchant, P.; Podsiadlowski, Ph.
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics v.596, A58 (2016) [arXiv:1610.04417]
A&A arXiv

Searching for electromagnetic counterpart of LIGO gravitational waves in the Fermi GBM data with ADWO
Authors: Zsolt Bagoly, Dorottya Szécsi, Lajos G. Balázs, István Csabai, István Horváth, László Dobos, János Lichtenberger, L. Viktor Tóth
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics v.593, L10 (2016) [arXiv:1603.06611]
A&A arXiv

Low metallicity massive single stars with rotation. Evolutionary models applicable to I Zw 18
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Norbert Langer, Sung-Chul Yoon, Debashis Sanyal, Selma de Mink, Tyl Dermine
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics v.581, A15 (2015) [arXiv:1506.09132]
A&A arXiv

Direction dependent background fitting for the Fermi GBM data
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Zsolt Bagoly, József Kóbori, István Horváth and Lajos G. Balázs
Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics v.557, A8 (2013) [arXiv:1306.3812]
A&A arXiv Preprint

New background-filtering algorithm based on the motion of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
Authors: D. Szécsi, Zs. Bagoly, A. Mészáros, L. G. Balázs, P. Veres, and I. Horváth
Published by: Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana v.21, p.214., 2012.
Online Preprint

GRB duration distribution considering the position of the Fermi
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Zsolt Bagoly, István Horváth, Lajos G. Balázs, Péter Veres, Attila Mészáros
Published by: Acta Polytechnica, 52, 43, 2012. [arXiv:1202;2592]
arXiv Preprint

Invited talks at conferences:

Metal-poor massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Keynote talk given at: International Conference for Young Professionals in Physics and Technology (ICYPPT, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, 30th April 2021, Kharkiv, Ukraine)
Slides

Solutions of the two-body problem as an Astronomer
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: Virtual Meeting of the German Astronomical Society, Healthy Careers session (23 Sept. 2020, Virtual)
Slides

Metal-poor massive stars: The theory linking gravitational waves, star-formation and the dawn of the Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: 'Actual Problems in Mathematics and Phyisics', Conference at the Deartment of Natural Sciences, University of Public Service (1 September 2020, Budapest, Hungary)
Online-Talk Slides

Low-Z massive stars vs high-Z massive stars of an M51-like galaxy
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: SILCC Workshop (14-15 March 2019, Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Germany)
Presentation

Tracking the Yeti in the snow — Looking for metal-poor massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: Frontiers of the Physics of Massive Stars (16-20 July 2018, Ensenada, Mexico)
Presentation

GRBs and stellar evolution: a review of progenitor theories
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (EWASS, 26-30 June 2017, Prague, Czech Republic)
Presentation Presentation-online

Progenitors of GRBs
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: Multifrequency Behaviour of High Energy Cosmic Sources - XII (12-17 June 2017, Palermo, Italy)
Presentation Proceedings-paper

How may GRBs form? An overview of progenitor theories
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk: 14th INTEGRAL/BART Workshop (3-7 April 2017, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic)
Presentation Presentation-online Proceedings-paper

Contributing talks at conferences:


Massive stars from various simulations: why so different?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: 'Actual Problems in Mathematics and Phyisics 2021', Second Conference at the Deartment of Natural Sciences, University of Public Service (26 August 2021, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation

How to use THESEUS' high-redshift GRB data to constrain the physics of Pop-II and Pop-III progenitors
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: THESEUS CONFERENCE 2021 (23-26 March 2021, Virtual)
Presentation Video Poster

The BoOST project: ‘Bonn’ Optimized Stellar Tracks. Simulated Populations of Massive and Very Massive Stars for Astrophysical Applications
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: MOBSTER-1 virtual conference (12-17 July 2020, Globally)
Video-PresentationSlidesPoster



What if massive stars could procude lithium?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Lithium in the Universe: To Be or not to Be? (18-22 November 2019, Rome, Italy)
Presentation

Metal-poor massive stars: What are they? Why to care? And... how can we find them?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Network Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (6-8 November 2019, Hamburg, Germany)
Presentation

Life and death of metal-poor massive stars – a new vision for THESEUS' science
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: EWASS 2019, Symposium S4 (24-28 June 2019, Lyon, France)
Presentation

Do chemically homogeneously evolving stars exist?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: EWASS 2019, Special Session SS17 (24-28 June 2019, Lyon, France)
Presentation

CHE stars – as the source of photoionization and C-IV emission in dwarf galaxies
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: VFTS Workshop (13-15 May 2019, Edinburgh, UK)
Presentation

The first, and second, and third... massive stellar generations in the early Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Conference talk: Rise and Shine — Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionisation (18-22 June 2018, Strasbourg, France)
Presentation

The winds of the hot massive stars in I Zwicky 18
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Co-authors: Norbert Langer, Carolina Kehrig, Frank Tramper, Takashi Moriya, Jiří Kubát
Conference talk: Blowing in the wind (7-13 August 2016, ICISE, Quy Nhon, Vietnam)
Presentation

Core-hydrogen burning red supergiants in the early globular clusters
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Co-authors: Jonathan Mackey, Norbert Langer
Conference talk: Stellar Behemots – Red supergiants across the local Universe. IAU General Assembly 2015 Focus Meeting 16 (3-5 August 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii)
Abstract-ADS Presentation Presentation-online
Proceedings-online Proceedings-preprint

The Life and Death of Massive Stars in the Starburst Galaxy IZw18
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Co-author: Norbert Langer
Conference talk: Stellar explosions in an ever-changing environment. IAU General Assembly 2015 Focus Meeting 10 (11-13 August 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii)
Abstract-ADS Presentation

Fast rotating massive stars at low metallicity: WR stars?
Speaker: D. Szécsi
Co-authors: N. Langer, S-Ch. Yoon, D. Sanyal, S. de Mink, C.J. Evans, J. Bestenlehner, F. Raucq
Conference talk: International Workshop on Wolf-Rayet Stars (1-5 June 2015, Potsdam, Germany)
Presentation Proceedings-preprint

Stellar evolution in I Zw 18
Speaker: D. Szécsi
Co-authors: N. Langer, S-Ch. Yoon, D. Sanyal
Conference talk: VLT FLAMES Meeting (22-24 March 2015, Sheffield, UK)
Presentation

Globular Cluster Abundane Anomalies and the Massive Binary Polluter Scenario
Speaker: D. Szécsi
Co-authors: N. Gonzalez-Jimenez, N. Langer
Conference talk: Binary systems, their evolution and environments (1-5 September 2014, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia)
Abstract-ADS Presentation Presentation-online

Consequences of Mass Loss on the Final Fates of Massive Stars
Speaker: D. Szécsi
Co-authors: N. Langer, S.-Ch. Yoon, D. Sanyal, N. Gonzalez-Jimenez
Conference talk: Fast Outflows in Massive Stars. EWASS 2014 Simposia 7 (30 June - 4 July 2014, Geneva, Switzerland)
Presentation

Evolution of Massive Stars in Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies: model tracks, Wolf-Rayet stars and final fates
Speaker: D. Szécsi
Co-authors: N. Langer
Conference talk: Galaxies meet GRBs at Cabo de Gata (23-27 September 2013, Cabo de Gata, Spain)
Presentation Presentation-online

Investigating the Motion of the Fermi Satellite – Considering the Background Levels Superposed on the Gamma-ray Burst Data (in Hungarian: A Fermi gammaműhold mozgásának vizsgálata)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Conference of the Hungarian National Scientific Students' Associations (Young Scientist Competition), Astrophysics Section (27-29 April 2011, Nyíregyháza, Hungary)
Presentation Report Certificate

Talks given at international seminars and colloquia:

Massive stars from various simulations: different, but why?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar of the Institute of Astronomy (NCU, 23 May 2022, Torun, Poland)
Presentation

Metal-poor massive stars: Linking gravitational waves, star-formation and the dawn of the Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Colloquium given at: Wednesday Colloquium of the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CAMK PAN) in Warsaw (8th December 2021, Warsaw, Poland)
Presentation

Role of metal-poor massive stars in galaxies near and far
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Colloquium given at: Swinburne Colloquia, Swinburne University of Technology (29th April 2021, Melbourne, Australia)
Presentation

When gravity meets radiation: the stellar Eddington limit
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar talk given at: Group Meeting of the SILCC group, University of Cologne (27th April 2021, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation

The theory linking gravitational waves, star-formation and the dawn of the Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Colloquium talk given at: Nicolaus Copernicus University (30 November 2020, Torun, Poland)
Presentation Video-1 Video-2 Video-3 (if videos don't play in browser, download and play them with Media Player)

Metal-poor massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar talk given at: Astronomy Student's Association Meeting, Nicolaus Copernicus University (10th November 2020, Torun, Poland)
Presentation

The impossible GW190521
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar talk given at: Group Meeting of the SILCC group, University of Cologne (6th October 2020, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation

Gamma-ray bursts
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar talk given at: Group Meeting of the SILCC group, University of Cologne (30th June 2020, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation Video

The theory linking gravitational waves, star-formation and the dawn of the Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Colloquium talk given at: Anton Pannekoek Institut for Astronomy, University of Amsterdam (13 March 2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Presentation Video-1 Video-2 Video-3 (if videos don't play in browser, download and play them with Media Player)

Lithium in massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Seminar talk given at: Group Meeting of the SILCC group, University of Cologne (14th January 2020, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation Video

Metal-poor massive stars – The progenitors of gravitational waves
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Hamburger Sternwarte, (8 January 2020, Hamburg, Germany)
Presentation

Scientific Writing in Astrophysics – Tips and Tricks
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Group Meeting of the SILCC group, University of Cologne (8 October 2019, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation

Massive stars in the metal-poor Universe
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Eötvös University (3 January 2019, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation

Role of supergiants in the formation of globular clusters
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: University of Surrey (29 November 2018, Guildford, UK)
Presentation

Role of supergiants in the formation of globular clusters
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Royal Observatory Edinburgh (10 October 2018, Edinburgh, UK)
Presentation

Tracking the Yeti in the snow — Looking for metal-poor massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar of the Stellar Physics group (8 February 2018, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation Video-1 Video-2

Supergiants and their shells in young globular clusters
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar at the Konkoly Observatory (1 February 2018, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation

Tracking the Yeti in the snow — Looking for metal-poor massive stars
in and around the Milky Way
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Jan Frič Prize Talk (29 January 2018, Ondřejov, Czech Republic)
Presentation Video-1 Video-2

Supergiants and their shells in young globular clusters
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Group Meeting of the School of Physics and Astronomy (24 January 2018, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Presentation

Scientific Writing in Astrophysics—Tips and Tricks
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar at the University of Birmingham (22 November 2017, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Presentation

Homogeneous evolution and binarity: the progenitor behind various cosmic explosions
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar at the University of Birmingham (23 May 2017, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Presentation

The evolution of low-metallicity massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar of the Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University (17 October 2016, Brno, Czech Republic)
Presentation

The evolution of low-metallicity massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar at the Charles University (5 October 2016, Prague, Czech Republic)
Presentation

The evolution of low-metallicity massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Autumn Institute Meeting of the Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences (3 October 2016, Ondřejov, Czech Republic)
Presentation

The final fate of the hot massive stars in IZw18
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: weekly meeting of the Stellar Physics group (2 June 2016, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

Hot massive stars in I Zwicky 18
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar in the Stellar Department of the Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences (25 May 2016, Ondřejov, Czech Republic)
Presentation

Globular Cluster Abundance Anomalies and the Massive Binary Polluter Scenario
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar of the BinCosmos group, Anton Pannekoek Institute, University of Amsterdam (1 April 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Presentation

Low Metallicity Massive Stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: weekly meeting of the Stellar Physics group (22 October 2015, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

Low Metallicity Massive Stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Gravitation & Relativity Group Seminar, University of Cologne (20 October 2015, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation

Part I: Consequences of Mass Loss on the Final Fates of Massive Stars; Part II: The BEC Interface
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: weekly meeting of the Stellar Physics group (12 June 2014, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

Stellar winds
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: PhD Meeting of Stellar students (12 November 2013, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

Application of Dorottya Szécsi for admission to the PhD honors program (H2)
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy (7 October 2013, Cologne, Germany)
Presentation Certificate-of-Admittance

Evolution of Massive Stars in Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies: model tracks, Wolf-Rayet stars and final fates
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: weekly meeting of the Stellar Physics group (12 September 2013, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

Grid of evolutionary models of low metallicity massive stars
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: weekly meeting of the Stellar Physics group (17 January 2013, Bonn, Germany)
Presentation

The Henyey Method (in Hungarian: A Henyey-módszer)
Speaker: Szécsi Dorottya
Talk given at: Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar at the Eötvös University (11 April 2012, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation

Cosmic Rays measured at the ISS: the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Talk given at: Seminar on the Foundations of Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics (GETA) at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal (19 January 2012, Wuppertal, Germany)
Presentation

Dinamics of Planets on Keplerian Orbits (in Hungarian: Bolygók Kepler-pályákon való mozgásának dinamikai leírása)
Speakers: Koblinger, Ádám; Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Seminar on Computer Simulations at the Eötvös University (14 December 2012, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation
Video-#1.Mercury-orbit
Video-#2.Inner-planets-orbit
Video-#3.Outer-planets-orbit

Investigating the Motion of the Fermi Satellite (in Hungarian: A Fermi gammaműhold mozgásának vizsgálata)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: 2010 NSSA's local Competition/Conference at the Eötvös University, Department of Astronomy (2 December 2010, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation Report

Introduction to Cosmology
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Astrophysics Seminar at the Eötvös University (8 October 2010, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation

Study of the Gamma-ray Bursts (in Hungarian: A gamma-kitörések vizsgálata a Fermi mesterséges holddal)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: 2009 NSSA's local Competition/Conference at the Eötvös University, Department of Astronomy (2 December 2009, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation Report

Gravitational lenses as cosmic rulers (in Hungarian: Gravitációs lencsék mint kozmikus vonalzók)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Astronomy Seminar at the Eötvös University (29 March 2010, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation Article

Cosmology – Science or Religion? (in Hungarian: Kozmológia – egzakt tudomány vagy modern vallás?)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Speaker Competition of the Hungarian Association of Physics Students (10 April 2010, Budapest, Hungary)
Evaluation: 2nd prize
Presentation

The jitter radiation paradigm (in Hungarian: „Izgő-mozgó” sugárzás okozza a gammakitöréseket?)
Speaker: Szécsi Dorottya
Talk given at: Astronomy Seminar at the Eötvös University (17 November 2009, Budapest, Hungary)
Presentation Article

A Swift in Space (in Hungarian: Fecske az űrben)
Speaker: Szécsi, Dorottya
Talk given at: Speaker Competition of the Hungarian Association of Physics Students (4 April 2009, Budapest, Hungary)
Evaluation: 3rd prize
Presentation Article

Posters and Conference Proceedings:

How different are massive star models from different simulations?
Dorottya Szécsi and Poojan Agrawal
Poster presented at: Lorentz Center Workshop ‘Bringing Stellar Evolution and Feedback Together’ (25–29 April 2022, Lorentz Center@Oort, Leiden, The Netherlands)
Poster

How different are massive star models from different simulations?
Dorottya Szécsi and Poojan Agrawal
Poster presented at: European Astronomical Society Annual Meeting (EAS) 2021 (28 June – 2 July 2021, Virtual)
Poster

Metal-poor massive stars: the link between gravitational waves, star-formation and the dawn of the Universe
Dorottya Szécsi
Poster presented at: UK-V4 Frontiers of Science Conference, held by the Royal Society and the Academies of Sciences of the V4 countries (Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) for early-career researchers (10-11 June 2021, Virtual)
Poster

Gamma-Ray Bursts as Probes of Cosmic Structure
I. Horvath, D. Szécsi, Á. Szabó, J. Hakkila, L.V. Tóth, L.G. Balazs, S. Pinter, Z. Bagoly and I.I. Racz
Poster presented at: THESEUS CONFERENCE 2021 (23-26 March 2021, Virtual)
Poster Video

Multicomponent modelling of the gamma-ray background
Z. Bagoly, P. Veres, L.G. Balazs, D. Szécsi, L.V. Tóth, S. Pinter, I.I. Racz and I. Horvath
Poster presented at: THESEUS CONFERENCE 2021 (23-26 March 2021, Virtual)
Poster

The BoOST project: ‘Bonn’ Optimized Stellar Tracks. Simulated Populations of Massive and Very Massive Stars for Astrophysical Applications
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Poojan Agrawal, Richard Wünsch, Norbert Langer
Poster presented at: MOBSTER-1 Virtual Conference (12-17 July 2020, Global)
PosterPoster-OnlineVideo-PresentationSlides

Exploring uncertainties in the evolution of massive stars with METISSE
Authors: Agrawal, Poojan; Hurley, Jarrod; Stevenson, Simon; Szecsi, Dorottya; Flynn, Chris
Poster presented at: MOBSTER-1 Virtual Conference (12-17 July 2020, Global)
Poster-Online

Properties of compact remnants are substantially impacted by uncertainties in stellar evolution models.
Authors: Poojan Agrawal, Jarrod Hurley, Simon Stevenson, Dorottya Szécsi
Poster presented at: OzGrav Annual Retreat (18-22 November 2019, Victoria, Australia)
Poster

Are luminous supergiant stars a source of pollution in globular clusters?
Author: Dorottya Szécsi
Poster presented at: EWASS 2019, Special Session SS23 (24-28 June 2019, Lyon, France)
Poster

A New Source of Lithium: Probing massive low-metallicity stars
Authors: Nicholas Bennett, Samuel Ratcliff, Dorottya Szécsi, Ilya Mandel
Poster presented at Y4 Projects Poster Session (1th February 2018, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Poster

A New Reservoir Of Lithium Production In A Metal-Poor Universe
Authors: Samuel Ratcliff, Nicholas Bennett, Dorottya Szécsi, Ilya Mandel
Poster presented at Y4 Projects Poster Session (1th February 2018, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Poster

A new way of searching for transients: the ADWO method and its results
Authors: Bagoly, Z.; Szecsi, D.; Ripa, J.; Racz, I. I.; Csabai, I.; Dobos, L.; Horvath, I.; Balazs, L. G.; Toth, L. V.
Proceedings submitted to: Proceedings of Science, #312, id. 119. (7th International Fermi Symposium - IFS2017)
Abstract-ADS

Fermi GBM transient searches with ADWO
Authors: Bagoly, Z.; Szécsi, D.; Balázs, L. G.; Csabai, I.; Dobos, L.; Horváth, I.; Lichtenberger, J.; Tóth, L. V.
Proceedings published: Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnaté Pleso, vol. 47, no. 2, p. 76-83
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The Automatized Detector Weight Optimization (ADWO) Method for Searching Weak Electromagnetic Counterparts of Gravitational Waves
Authors: Bagoly, Z.; Horvath, I.; Szecsi, D.; Balazs, L. G.; Csabai, I.; Dobos, L.; Lichtenberger, J.; Toth, L. V.
Poster and Proceedings published: Eighth Huntsville Gamma-Ray Burst Symposium, held 24-28 October, 2016 in Huntsville, Alabama. LPI Contribution No. 1962, id.4009
Abstract-ADS Poster

TWUIN Stars: Ionizing Sources in Low-Z Dwarf Galaxies
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Norbert Langer
Poster published: Stellar Physics in Galaxies throughout the Universe. IAU General Assembly 2015 Focus Meeting 10 (12-14 August 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii)
Abstract-ADS Poster Summary-slides

Consequences of Mass Loss on the Final Fates of Massive Stars
Authors: D. Szécsi, N. Langer, S.-Ch. Yoon, D. Sanyal, N. Gonzalez-Jimenez
Poster published: Poster Session of the Bonn-Cologne Graduate School (19 June 2014, Bonn, Germany)
Poster

Massive Star Evolution in the Dwarf Galaxy I Zwicky 18
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Norbert Langer, Sung-Chul Yoon, Norberto Castro, Tyl Dermine, Debashis Sanyal, Luca Grassitelli
Poster published: Conference 'Massive Stars: From alpha to Omega' (10-14 June 2013, Rhodes, Greece)
Abstract-ADS Poster Poster-online

Massive Star Evolution in the Dwarf Galaxy I Zwicky 18 - First summary
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Norbert Langer, Tyl Dermine, Debashis Sanyal, Norberto Castro, Luca Grassitelli
Poster published: VLT FLAMES Meeting (11-13 March 2013, Bonn, Germany)
Poster

Dependence of the optical brightness on the gamma and X-ray properties of GRBs
Authors: L.G. Balázs, Z. Bagoly, I. Horváth, J. Kóbori, D. Szécsi, A. Mészáros
Published by (poster and proceedings): 4th Fermi Symposium (28 Oct - 2 Nov, 2012, Monterey, CA, USA), [arXiv:1303.1920]
arXive Preprint Poster

Background fitting of Fermi GBM observations
Authors: D. Szécsi, Z. Bagoly, J. Kóbori, L.G. Balázs, I. Horváth
Published by (poster and proceedings): 4th Fermi Symposium (28 Oct - 2 Nov, 2012, Monterey, CA, USA), [arXiv:1303.3141]
arXive Preprint Poster

Boolean Factor Analysis of Swift GRB Data
Authors: Zsolt Bagoly, Lajos G. Balázs, István Horváth, Gábor Tusnády, József Kóbori, Dorottya Szécsi and Attila Mészáros
Published by: proceedings of 'Gamma-Ray Bursts 2012 Conference', PoS(GRB 2012)039
Online Preprint Poster

Comparing the physical parameters of the intermediate and long GRB optical afterglows
Authors: József Kóbori, Zsolt Bagoly, Lajos G. Balázs, István Horváth, Dorottya Szécsi
Published by: proceedings of 'Gamma-Ray Bursts 2012 Conference', PoS(GRB 2012)069
Online Preprint Poster Poster-online

Background fitting of Fermi gamma-ray burst 091030613
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Zsolt Bagoly, Lajos G. Balázs, Péter Veres and József Kóbori
Published by: proceedings of 'Gamma-Ray Bursts 2012 Conference', PoS(GRB 2012)051
Online Preprint Poster Poster-online

Statistical differences between Swift GRB classes based on gamma- and X-ray observations
Authors: D. Szécsi, L. G. Balázs, Zs. Bagoly, I. Horváth, A. Mészáros, P. Veres
Poster published by: Conference 'Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy V.' (13-17 June 2011, Penn State University, PA, USA)
Proceedings published by: Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy V. 2012, pp 547-549, Springer New York
Online Preprint Poster

New background-filtering algorithm based on the motion of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
Authors: D. Szécsi, Zs. Bagoly, A. Mészáros, L. G. Balázs, P. Veres, and I. Horváth
Poster published: GRBs as Probes: From the Progenitor’s Environment to the High Redshift Universe Conference (16-20, May 2011, Como, Italy)
Poster Proceedings

GRB duration distribution considering the position of the Fermi
Authors: Dorottya Szécsi, Zsolt Bagoly, István Horváth, Lajos G. Balázs, Péter Veres, Attila Mészáros
Poster published: 8th INTEGRAL/BART Workshop (26-29 April 2011, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic)
Poster arXiv

Observational differences between Swift GRB classes
Authors: L.G. Balázs, I. Horváth, Zs. Bagoly, P. Veres, D. Szécsi
Poster published by: Conference Poster and Proceedings, 2010 Gamma Ray Bursts, Annapolis
Proceedings published by: AIP Conference Proceedings;8/19/2011, Vol. 1358 Issue 1, p231
Online Preprint Poster

Looking for gravitational lensing signals in the Fermi GRBs
Authors: Zs. Bagoly, P. Veres, D. Szécsi
Poster published by: Conference Poster and Proceedings, 2010 Gamma Ray Bursts, Annapolis
Proceedings published by: AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1358, pp. 5-8 (2011)
Online Preprint

Gamma-ray burst groups observed by BATSE, BeppoSAX and Swift
Authors: I. Horváth, L.G. Balázs, Zs. Bagoly, P. Veres, D. Szécsi
Published by: Conference Poster and Proceedings, 2010 The Shocking Universe, Bologna
Online Preprint

The Swift Satellite and the Gamma-ray Bursts
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Published by: Bolyai Szemle, 2009. 1st Issue (in Hungarian)
Online Preprint

PhD Thesis:

Low Metallicity Massive Stars (PhD thesis, 2016)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Supervisor: Langer, Norbert (Argelander-Institut für Astronomie, Bonn, Germany)
Online version of my thesis
Abstract in SAO/NASA ADS
PhD defence presentation

Master and Bachelor Theses:

Direction Dependent Background Fitting Method for analysing the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope's Data (Master thesis in Hungarian, 2012)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Supervisor: Bagoly, Zsolt (Eötvös University, Budapest)
Preprint Thesis-Online

Study of the Gamma-ray Bursts' Temporal Properties with the Fermi Satellite (Bachelor thesis in Hungarian, 2010)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Supervisor: Bagoly, Zsolt (Eötvös University, Budapest)
Preprint Thesis-Online

Activities related to the National Scientific Students' Associations (NSSA) – Országos Tudományos Diákkör (OTDK) dolgozatok, valamint bírálói tevékenység:

Committee Member of 35th NSSA Competition & Conference
Date of event: 6-9 April 2021 WEBSITE
Certificate-of-Committee-Members

Investigating the Motion of the Fermi Satellite – Considering the Background Levels Superposed on the Gamma-ray Burst Data (in Hungarian)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Presented to: 2011 Hungarian National Conference of the NSSA (Young Scientist Competition), Astrophysics Section (27-29 April 2011, Nyíregyháza, Hungary)
Evaluation: 1st prize (national level)
Supervisors: Bagoly, Zsolt (Eötvös University, Budapest); Horváth, István (Zrínyi Military University, Budapest)
Thesis-Preprint Presentation List-of-prize-winners-2011 Certificate

Investigating the Motion of the Fermi Satellite (in Hungarian)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Presented to: 2010 NSSA's local Competition/Conference at the Eötvös University, Department of Astronomy (2 December 2010, Budapest, Hungary)
Evaluation: 1st prize (local)
Supervisors: Bagoly, Zsolt (Eötvös University, Budapest); Horváth, István (Zrínyi Military University)
Thesis-Preprint Presentation

Study of the Gamma-ray Bursts (in Hungarian)
Author: Szécsi, Dorottya
Presented to: 2009 NSSA's local Competition/Conference at the Eötvös University, Department of Astronomy (2 December 2009, Budapest, Hungary)
Evaluation: 1st prize (local)
Supervisor: Horváth, István (Zrínyi Military University, Budapest)
Thesis-Preprint Presentation

Articles and Talks on Academic Life

A healthy career in Astro. What does it look like? And how to achieve it?
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk at SFB student council seminar (8 Dec. 2020, Köln, Germany)
Presentation

Solutions of the two-body problem as an Astronomer
Speaker: Dorottya Szécsi
Invited talk at "Healthy Careers in Astronomy" session of the Annual Meeting of the German Astronomical Society (23 Sept. 2020, Virtual Conference)
Presentation Abstract

11 Tips on How to Apply for a Fellowship
Author: Dorottya Szécsi
Published in: Nature Research Astronomy Community [LINK]

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