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.
You Zhou, Jiho Sung, Elise Brutschea, Ilya Esterlis, Yao Wang, Giovanni Scuri, Ryan J. Gelly, Hoseok Heo, Takashi Taniguchi, Kenji Watanabe, Gergely Zaránd, Mikhail D. Lukin, Philip Kim, Eugene Demler & Hongkun Park
Bilayer Wigner crystals in a transition metal dichalcogenide heterostructure
Nature 595, 48 (2021)
Szabolcs Csonka, Márton Kormos, and Ferenc Simon were awarded the OTKA Research Grant of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office. The total sum is close to 150 million HUF.
Péter Makk, associate professor at the Institute of Physics and the Department of Physics, has won the Momentum Research Grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The research theme of the new group is Controlling synthetic correlated phases in van der Waals heterostructures.
Announcement at the website of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA): https://mta.hu/mta_hirei/tizenot-nyertes-az-mta-lendulet-programjanak-id...
- News item at the QNL website: https://qi.nemzetilabor.hu/news/inaugural-conference-quantum-information...
- Programme of the conference on the QNL website, in Hungarian: https://qi.nemzetilabor.hu/hu/esemenyek/kvantuminformatikai-nemzeti-labo...
- Quantum research at BME Insitute of Physics introduced at BME's news portal, in Hungarian: https://www.bme.hu/hirek/20210512/A_BME_is_aktiv_reszese_lehet_a_masodik...
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.
New experimental results of the atomic and molecular electronics research group on graphene nanostructures. Published in npj 2D Materials and Applications.
László Pósa, Zoltán Balogh, Dávid Krisztián, Péter Balázs, Botond Sánta, Roman Furrer, Miklós Csontos & András Halbritter
Noise diagnostics of graphene interconnects for atomic-scale electronics
npj 2D Materials and Applications volume 5, Article number: 57 (2021)