Keeping the tradition, Santa Claus brought a wealth of exciting physics demonstrations to the packed lecture hall F29, impressing the young audience.
Outreach talk series `Science Campus' for high-school students hosted János Asbóth's talk on the basics of quantum computing and the most recent experimental breakthroughs of field.
The Open Day of the BME Faculty of Sciences takes place on Friday, November 15.
Physics teacher Pál Tóth and BME lecturer Károly Härtlein gave an interactive physics class celebrating World Sight Day at the National Insititute of Blind People in Budapest.
Fehér Bot Hetek 2019
,,Légből kapott varázslatok''
1146 Budapest, Herminamező út 21., October 14, 2019.
Report (in Hungarian) and pictures on Facebook.
Our colleague was awarded the Novobátzky Prize of the Eötvös Loránd Physical Society for his pioneering contributions in the theoretical description of the non-equilibrium dynamics of integrable quantum spin chains.
Currently, Balázs is a member of the MTA-BME Quantum Dynamics and Correlations Research Group, based at BME Department of Theoretical Physics. Previously, he was a member of the "Lendület Statistical Field Theory Research Group" at the same department, where he has been the recipient of the MTA Premium Postdoctoral Grant as well as the MTA Bolyai and Bolyai+ Grants.
On Oct 24-25, BME hosts the 4th Graphene and Two-Dimensional Materials Workshop, bringing together international and Hungarian experts to share their most recent research results.
Applied Math Day of the BME Institute of Mathematics features talks from László Székelyhidi (Leipzig) and Uriel Frisch (Nice). Oct 16, 4.30pm, room 150 in building K.
Our colleauges have experimented with a semiconductor-based artifical molecule to demonstrate topological features of a simple quantum system. Work published in the journal Communications Physics, from Nature Research.
Zoltán Scherübl, András Pályi, György Frank, István Endre Lukács, Gergő Fülöp, Bálint Fülöp, Jesper Nygård, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Gergely Zaránd, and Szabolcs Csonka
Observation of spin–orbit coupling induced Weyl points in a two-electron double quantum dot
Communications Physics 2, 108 (2019). (Open Access)
Entertaining experimental demonstrations from BME physicists to the general public. September 27, 4pm, three locations: BME K building lobby, lecture hall F29, and the BME courtyard under the "Sóhajok hídja" bridge.
Program (in Hungarian): http://jedlik.phy.bme.hu/kutatokejszakaja/
Pictures from previous years: http://jedlik.phy.bme.hu/kutatokejszakaja/pic/
Kick-off physics lecture with many experiments, for pre-university students, this Wednesday (Sep 4) at 3pm in lecture hall F29, with Károly Härtlein.