Press coverage of recent breakthrough experiments on Hungarian science portal qubit.hu. Featuring theoretical physicist and head of BME Institute of Physics, Gergely Zaránd.
Harvard experimentalists discovered a coupled Wigner crystal in bilayer nanostructures, with important theory contribution from our Institute of Physics.
Szabolcs Csonka, Márton Kormos, and Ferenc Simon were awarded the OTKA Research Grant of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office.
New experimental group of the Department of Physics, to be led by grant winner Péter Makk, will research the electronic properties of synthetic, atomically thin nanostructures.
Newly established Quantum Information National Laboratory (QNL) officially launched at an online kick-off conference, with our Institute of Physics a key participant.
Máté Vigh, assistant professor at BME Institute of Physics, receives the Excellent Lecturer Award of the university, based on student evaluations. Congratulations!
László Forró (EPFL), external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, one of the most prominent solid-state physicist of Hungarian origin, received the honorary doctorate of BME.
Popular article on the high-frequency electrodynamics of superconductors, published in "Fizikai Szemle", by members of the Spintronics and Spin Spectroscopy Research Group.