Physics Prize for Sándor Bordács
Associate professor of BME Institute of Physics received the prize from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for his outstanding research activities. Congratulations!
Ultra-long spin lifetime in graphite
New experimental results from the BME Institute of Physics, published in Nature Communications, open new perspectives in the spintronics applications of graphite.
Academy Prize for László Szunyogh
László Szunyogh, head of BME Department of Theoretical Physics, is awarded the Academy Prize for outstanding contributions in physics research and education.
Why does time flow?
The next Science Campus lecture for high school students is coming! Gábor Takács: Why does time flow? This Friday (March 31, 2023) at 16:00. BME F building, lecture hall F3213.
Gate control of superconductivity
Why is it possible to control a superconductor by a gate electrode? New BME experiment sheds light on the underlying mechanism. Published in ACS Nano.
Nanoelectronics in the news
Nanoelectronics research of Péter Makk, BME's recent winner of an ERC Consolidator Grant, has received nationwide media coverage in various Hungarian news outlets.
Quantum Computers on telex.hu
Article on quantum computers freshly published at Hungarian news outlet telex.hu, featuring comments of János Asbóth, associate professor of the BME Institute of Physics.