The European Research Council awarded almost 2 million euros to support the nanoelectronics research of Péter Makk, associate professor of the BME Insitute of Physics.
New experimental results of an international collaboration, led by BME associate professor Sándor Bordács, has been published in Physical Review Letters.
In 2022, associate professor Szabolcs Csonka won the Momentum Grant of the Academy for the second time. His research is covered now in a new report at bme.hu.
BME physicists embark on a new four-year project funded by the European Union, to research the physics and applications of optically active silicon nanostructures.
Must-see physics experiments: special physics lecture for high-school students, at BME's building Q, Károly Simonyi Lecture Hall, at 15:00 on February 1st Wednesday.
The university news page reports on this Fall's edition of the two-day event ScienceCamp+, a physics and maths workshop organised by BME's Faculty of Sciences for high-school talents.
BME's new BSc program covers quantum and nanotech, data science and artificial intelligence, photonics, quantum optics and materials science, sustainable energy, nuclear technology.