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)
BME physics students win three first prizes, two second prizes, and a third prize, at this year's National Scientific Students' Associations Conference. Results in pdf, in Hungarian.
New results from the Self-organization and Self-assembly Research Group, on the self-organization of nanoparticles and molecules, is published in Science Advances.
Group website: https://dept.physics.bme.hu/Self-organization
A. J. Ackroyd, G. Holló, H. Mundoor, H. Zhang, O. Gang, I. I. Smalyukh, I. Lagzi, E. Kumacheva
Self-organization of nanoparticles and molecules in periodic Liesegang-type structures
Science Advances 7, eabe3801, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abe3801
Our colleagues' new results may enable the creation and experimental investigation of topologically protected quantum states. Published in Nature Communications.
Philip Beck, Lucas Schneider, Levente Rózsa, Krisztián Palotás, András Lászlóffy, László Szunyogh, Jens Wiebe & Roland Wiesendanger
Spin-orbit coupling induced splitting of Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states in antiferromagnetic dimers
Nature Communications volume 12, Article number: 2040 (2021)
Will quantum technology impact computer networks? An online seminar series organized by Nokia Bell Labs and the BME Insitute of Physics, starting on Feb 18.
Webpage of the event: https://physics.bme.hu/dqs2021?language=en
Must-see physics experiments - online physics lecture for high-school students and their teachers, via the YouTube channel of Károly Härtlein, on Jan 22, 16:00.
Must-see Physics Experiments
Venue: YouTube channel of Károly Härtlein: https://www.youtube.com/c/KárolyHärtlein
Study on the natural geometry of fragmentation, by our colleague János Török and his coauthors, is selected by Science as one of their 10 favorite science news stories in 2020.