University news portal bme.hu reports on two quantum technology Horizon Europe research projects hosted by the BME Department of Theoretical Physics.
László Szunyogh, head of BME Department of Theoretical Physics, is awarded the Academy Prize for outstanding contributions in physics research and education.
Gergely Zaránd, head of the BME Institute of Physics, delivers his inaugural lecture as a regular member at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, at 14h, October 26th.
BME Excellent Paper Award 2017-2021 goes to Márton Kormos and Gábor Takács, for their work on "Real-time confinement following a quantum quench to a non-integrable model."
Faster-than-light particles? Loosen the definitions, and you'll find them! New paper from the researchers at the Department of Theoretical Physics, in Physical Review Letters.
Paper from the collaboration between the Quantum Electronics group and the Exotic Quantum Phases group was awarded the Best Publication Prize of the university.
Online, on Nov 25 Thursday evening, 18h-21h. Short talks, panel discussion, meeting with the speakers, who work as researchers and software engineers in the quantum industry.