Course title: 
Nuclear technology and sustainable energies laboratory 1
Primary programme: 
Fizikus mérnök BSc
ECTS credits: 
Course type: 
compulsory in the “Nuclear technology and sustainable energies“ specialization
Number of lectures per week: 
Number of practices per week: 
Number of laboratory exercises per week: 
Further knowledge transfer methods: 
laboratory student exercises
Special grading methods: 
tests and laboratory measurement reports
Modern Physics, Measurement Techniques, Measurement Techniques Laboratory
Responsible lecturer: 
Dr. Máté Szieberth, associate professor, PhD
Lecturers and instructors: 
Course description: 
The two semesters subject aims deepening the knowledge of the students on the fields of the specialization on a practice oriented way via laboratory exercises on nuclear technologies and sustaiable energies. Types and methods of detection of ionizing radiation and its aplication in analytics and other fields. Reactor physics principles of the operation of nuclear reactors. Research reactor applications. Types and operation principles of fuel cells. Components and tools of photovoltaic energy production. Measurement methods of the efficiency and environmental impact of energy systems.
Reading materials: 
G. F. Knoll, Radiation detection and measurement, 4th Edition, Wiley, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-470-13148-0 Hugh W. Coleman, W. Glenn Steele: Experimentation, validation, and uncertainty analysis for engineers, Wiley, 2018, Hoboken, ISBN: 9781119417668
List of competences: 
Please find the detailed list, as quoted from the Hungarian training and outcome requirements of the Physicist Engineer program, in the Hungarian version of the course description.