New results from the Self-organization and Self-assembly Research Group, on the self-organization of nanoparticles and molecules, is published in Science Advances.
New results from the colleagues of the Department of Theoretical Physics may enable the creation and experimental investigation of topologically protected quantum states.
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.
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.
News portal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences covers research results of Péter Makk (Institute of Physics), as one of the most successful recent recipients of the Bolyai Scholarship.
Two of the publication prizes of BME and the Pro Progressio Foundation were awarded to papers authored by researchers in the Institute of Physics, published in Nature Communications and Nature Materials.
BME physicists find an unexpectedly large extension of the Yu-Shiba-Rusinov (YSR) state in a superconducting nanostructure, a result which paves the way toward topologically protected qubits.
This communique contains the steps taken by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Timothy O'Brien, Professor in Statistics at Loyola University Chicago was awarded the Fulbright U.S. Scholarship to stay at the Department of Stochastics, BME in the fall semester 2020.
An exciting special lecture in physics, with spectacular experiments, for high-school students and teachers, at the BME Institute of Physics: Jan 28 Tuesday, 15:00.
Single-atom-sized wires carry the electric current in the memristors created by our colleagues in the Nanoelectronics research group. Research published in Nano Letters.
Our colleagues, with researchers from Bilkent University, showed mechanically controlled pattern formation in a hydrogel by a diffusion–precipitation reaction. Published in Advanced Materials.