Are your bitcoins threatened by quantum computers? Our colleague János Asbóth reviews recent research from Sussex at the Hungarian science news outlet qubit.hu.
Gábor Holló, research associate of the HAS-BME Condensed Matter Physics research group, received the prize for his work on self-division of artificial cells.
Kubo formula for non-Hermitian systems and tachyon optical conductivity
Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 016802 (2022).
Carbon 188, p. 393 (2022).
Péter recieved the prize for his broad and exceptionally successful activity in science education and talent development in the past three decades.
BME Physics students showcased their research on November 16, at the virtual Student's Research Conference of the Faculty of Sciences.
1st prizes in Physics:
Non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum spin chains
Supervisor: Gábor Takács
Quantum error correction in the surface code -- Coherent errors and readout errors
Supervisor: János Asbóth
Study of dual entanglement patterns of BTZ black holes using cluster algebras
Supervisor: Péter Lévay
Ensemble quantum bits: realization and magnetic resonance experiments
Supervisors: Ferenc Simon and Gábor Csősz