We mourn the tragic loss of our colleague Dr. János Pipek, honorary professor of our Institute, former Dean and Vice Dean of Education of the BME Faculty of Sciences.
The device, thinner than a hair, can sense tiny changes of magnetic fields. Experimental work published in Nano Letters by BME's Péter Makk and co-authors at Uni Basel.
Nanocircuits, topology, quantum computer - TV report (in Hungarian) highlighting research at our Nanoelectronics research group available at mediaklikk.hu.
Report from 01:14 till 7:16.
Web page of the Nanoelectronics group: https://nanoelectronics.physics.bme.hu/
Online demonstrations and talks, on November 27 and 28. Countless experiments, waves and particles, Minecraft and fragmentation, programming quantum computers.
Two interviews with BME physics students and physicists, on training and career opportunities, broadcasted in the popular Hungarian STEM podcast series "Miénk a pálya!".
2020. September 23: guests: Gergely Ferenczy, Zsófia Kiss BME Physics MSc students and Dr. Ferenc Simon, professor at the BME Institute of Physics
2020. September 30: guests: Nóra Balogh, Dávid Krisztián physicists
Quantum computers are in the focus of the next talk in BME's high-school outreach lecture series "Science Campus". Speaker: Péter Makk, experimental physicist at BME.
Our colleagues from the Department of Physics studied the potential application of chlorine dioxide against the coronavirus. Their story was also covered on bme.hu.
Can chlorine dioxide prevent the spreading of coronavirus or other viral infections? Medical hypotheses
Physiology International 107, 1-11 (2020).
From our Institute, Sándor Bordács, Gergő Fülöp and Endre Tóvári won the János Bolyai Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Congratulations!