Our colleagues, with researchers from Bilkent University, showed mechanically controlled pattern formation in a hydrogel by a diffusion–precipitation reaction. Published in Advanced Materials.
Keeping the tradition, Santa Claus brought a wealth of exciting physics demonstrations to the packed lecture hall F29, impressing the young audience.
Physics teacher Pál Tóth and BME lecturer Károly Härtlein gave an interactive physics class celebrating World Sight Day at the National Insititute of Blind People in Budapest.
Our colleague was awarded the Novobátzky Prize of the Eötvös Loránd Physical Society for his pioneering contributions in the theory of integrable quantum systems.
On Oct 24-25, BME hosts the 4th Graphene and Two-Dimensional Materials Workshop, bringing together international and Hungarian experts to share their most recent research results.