Course data
Course name: Seminar NA3
Neptun ID: BMETE11MF49
Responsible teacher: Titusz Fehér
Department: Department of Physics
Programme: Courses for Physicist MSc students
Course data sheet: BMETE11MF49
Requirements, Informations

Place, time

The classes are in room CHA11 (building CH, basement, room #11) every Friday, between 12:15 and 13:45. The seminars are lead by Titusz Fehér (Dept. of Physics).


Any advanced topic in physics, preferably with a focus on fundamental aspects. Your diploma thesis is welcome. The title of the talks should be finalized at latest when you send me the first version of your slides (see Requirements below). Specially for NA3 students: before your talk you have to select a final examination question as well.


  • Give a talk preceded by a final exam rehearsal.
  • Send me the slides to the address msc.seminar at server gmail-dot-com: a 70% ready version two weeks before the midnight preceding your talk, and a 99% ready version one week before the midight preceding your talk. Penalty will be given for being late with these deadlines.
  • A maximum of 3 missed classes.
  • Take an active part in the discussion after the talks: ask relevant questions and/or give relevant comments (6/person/semester).
  • Evaluate each presentaion here right after the talk.
  • Marks will be determined by the presentation inculding answering the questions during the discussion. Being late with sending slides and postponing presentation too late will result in penalty on marks (1-1 marks deducted for missing the deadlines, 2 marks deducted for postponing a talk too late—special offer: if you miss every deadline incl. unable to give the talk, you can still earn a 2 with a good presentation).
  • One has to be prepared to step in for a cancelled talk one week before the original schedule.
  • Students on course NA4 will not get a mark only a signature: in change they are not allowed to postpone their talks without notice at least 1 week in advance, while they have to prepare for being able to step in if needed!

The form of presentations

  • Each topic will be processed and presented by a team of two students.
  • Talks should be 20 minutes long followed by a max. 10 minutes' discussion. NA3 students should present their exam question in 10 minutes, followed by the article (another 10 minutes).
  • Language is English.
  • Based on a computer presentation.
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • PDF (pl. LaTeX slides.sty)
    • You may use whatever on your own computer (pl. OpenOffice, prezi)
  • Data medium for bringing your presentation
    • Using your own computer is strongly advised,
    • USB pendrive AND send to address msc.seminar at geemail,
    • Microsoft macros should be run only on your own computer,
  • Consulting with me at latest until 1 week before the talk (last week: only 1-2 specific questions).


Week of semester Date Speaker(s) Topic
1. 2019.09.13. Instructor Introductory talk
2. 2019.09.20. Instructor Optional consulting
3. 2019.09.27. Balogh (Q6/2), Vargha (Q6/1) A fully integrated reprogrammable memristor–CMOS system for efficient multiply–accumulate operations
4. 2019.10.04. Tamási-Böttger (Q2/1), Tóth (Q2/2) Imaging quantum fluctuations near criticality
5. 2019.10.11. (reserved)
6. 2019.10.18. Badeeb, Bató Dimensional tailoring of hybrid perovskites for photovoltaics
7. 2019.10.25. Kalmár Sensitive Radio-Frequency Measurements of a Quantum Dot by Tuning to Perfect Impedance Matching (
8. 2019.11.01. (All hallows' day)
9. 2019.11.08. Márffy (Q1/2), Sinkó (?) Simultaneous voltage and current density imaging of flowing electrons in two dimensions
10. 2019.11.15. Frajna (Q3/1), Csikai Unconventional superconductivity in magic-angle graphene superlattices
11. 2019.11.22. Abishev (Q5/2), Kenda (Q5/1)
12. 2011.11.29. (Open university)
13. 2018.12.06. Chargaoui (Q1/1), Oyunbolor
13a. 2018.12.07. (reserved)
14. 2018.12.13. (reserved)


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