This communique contains the steps taken by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Updated: 19 November, 2020
The summer of 2020 saw the start of the „Living Danube Limes” project, implemented with the involvement of partners from 10 Danube countries, in which BME takes on an important role.
BME physicist and his colleagues developed an instrument thinner than a human hair, which detects even the faintest magnetic fields.
Fee-paying foreign students have opportunity to take part in degree programs in the BME. The application period takes from 1st of October to 1st of December.
The lab intends to catalyze the acceptance and penetration of self-driving vehicles and related technologies.