Location: BME Institute of Physics, Department of Physics
Budafoki út 8. Building F, lecture hall 213, 2nd floor
Our colloquium series carries the name of one of the greatest Hungarian physicists, Leo Szilárd, enrolled as a student at the Technical University of Budapest in 1916. The goal of our colloquia is to offer interested students and faculty insightful lectures by distinguished lecturers from Hungary and all over the world in the fields of experimental and theoretical physics, engineering, and biophysics.
Program: 2018/19 Fall
Imre Pázsit (Chalmers University):
How to use randomness and chance processes to increase reactor safety?
Roland Wiesendanger (University of Hamburg):
Emerging Exotic States in Atomic-Scale Magnet-Superconductor Hybrid Systems
István Csabai (ELTE):
Galaxies, Graphs, Genes: Data-intensive Approach in Sciences
Ferenc Simon (BME):
Spintronics: a step closer to the "The Emperor's New Mind"
Dominik Zumbühl (University of Basel):
Spins and their Orbits in Semiconductor Quantum Dots
Ferenc Krausz and Mihaela Zigman (MPI of Quantum Optics, München):
Attosecond Science: from basic research to cancer detection
Roberta Sinatra (CEU):
Towards a science of success