Szilárd Leó Kollokvium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Location:   BME Institute of Physics, Department of Physics

                Budafoki út 8. Building F, lecture hall 213, 2nd floor

     Time:   Tuesdays, at 14:30 (coffee and cakes from 14:15)

 

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 Spring

February 19.

Jaroslav Fabian (Regensburg University):

The spin charm of 2D materials

March 12.

Imre Derényi (ELTE):

Somatic Evolution - How Multicellular Organisms Can Live Long

March 26.

András Kis (EPFL):

Exciton Manipulation for Valley/Spin Devices with 2D TMDCs

April 9.

Róbert Gyurcsányi (BME):

Chemical sensing with synthetic receptors and nanostructures

April 23.

István Kézsmárki (Augsburg University):

Switching between Bloch- and Néel-type magnetic skyrmions

  April 30.

Ágnes Kóspál (Konkoly Observatory):

The invisible light of young stars

 

 

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