Keeping the tradition, Santa Claus brings a wealth of exciting physics demonstrations to BME. This time the show is broadcasted online, live at 17:00 this Friday, December 4.
Nanocircuits, topology, quantum computer - TV report (in Hungarian) highlighting research at our Nanoelectronics research group available at mediaklikk.hu.
Online demonstrations and talks, on November 27 and 28. Countless experiments, waves and particles, Minecraft and fragmentation, programming quantum computers.
Two interviews with BME physics students and physicists, on training and career opportunities, broadcasted in the popular Hungarian STEM podcast series "Miénk a pálya!".
Quantum computers are in the focus of the next talk in BME's high-school outreach lecture series "Science Campus". Speaker: Péter Makk, experimental physicist at BME.
Our colleagues from the Department of Physics studied the potential application of chlorine dioxide against the coronavirus. Their story was also covered on bme.hu.
From our Institute, Sándor Bordács, Gergő Fülöp and Endre Tóvári won the János Bolyai Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Congratulations!