Physics Prize for Sándor Bordács

Associate professor of BME Institute of Physics received the prize from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for his outstanding research activities. Congratulations!


Sándor Bordács, head of the Complex Magnetism Research Group of the BME Department of Physics, is an outstanding researcher in modern optics and solid-state physics, advancing the field with creative experiments as well as theoretical models. He has discovered and explained numerous novel optical phenomena, with relevance for optical communication and data storage, acknowledged and highly recognized by the international community of his field. 
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