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Időpont Előadó Címcsökkenő sorrend esemeny_tipus
2022.09.20. 17:00 Murad Banaji (part I) The smallest bimolecular mass-action reaction networks admitting Andronov-Hopf bifurcation Szeminárium
2017.12.08. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner RC) The Surface Code -- how to realize topological quantum computing in the lab
2017.12.08. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner RC) The The Surface Code -- how to realize topological quantum computing in the lab
2019.01.16. 14:15 Krzysztof Domino Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, PAS, Gliwice The use of copulas to model non-Gaussian distributed multivariate data
2016.09.22. 07:00 Rózsa Levente (BUTE Dept. Theor. Phys.) Theoretical description of the electronic structure of ultrathin films and nanoclusters
2022.09.19.
14:00 - 16:00
Professor Tan Eng Chye, a Szingapúri Nemzeti Egyetem (NUS) rektorának előadása Three stories on innovation BME esemény
2016.09.09. 08:15 Andreas Schnyder (MPI Stuttgart) Three-dimensional topological Dirac materials
2023.01.11. 09:15 Stanislav Kamba (Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague) THz-field-induced transient magnetization and electric polarization in quantum paraelectric diamagnet KTaO3 Szeminárium
2021.05.07. 08:15 Zoltán Okvátovity (BME) Time dependent electric transport in nodal loop semimetals Szeminárium
2020.03.02. 16:15 Timothy O'Brien (Loyola University, Chicago) Time Series, Latent Class Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Experimental Design Szeminárium

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