Szabolcs Csonka was awarded the prestigious grant from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to establish a research group at the Department of Phyics at BME.
The new book of Sándor Kugler has been published by Wiley.
In the 2016 university rankings published in Heti Válasz, BME leads the list of physics BSc programmes in Hungary.
BME Faculty of Natural Sciences leads HVG's rankings of faculty excellence.
The 1st prizes were awarded for the work of Tamás Galambos, and the joint work of Tímea Nóra Török and Dániel Molnár.
Bence Gábor Márkus, second-year doctoral student of the Graduate School of Physical Sciences, has finished in second place at the BMe Research Competition, which has been organized for seventh time this year.
The Open Day of the Faculty of Natural Science took place on October 15.
Reliable resistive switching is demonstrated in asymmetrically designed atomic-scale memories utilizing all-Ag electrodes.
By using scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM), photoelectron diffraction and density functional theory, a microscopic insight is reported how the chiral hemifullerene (C30H12) molecule arranges copper surface atoms in its vicinity into a chiral structure. The results could contribute to the development of new synthetic materials and drugs.
Figure: STM image of a two-dimensional copper island decorated with M- and P-type hemifullerene molecules