BME hosts the annual meeting of the rectors of European universities of technology.
It is the first time a BME professor has been chosen to join the Paris-based International Academy of Astronautics, founded in 1960.
The student of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (GPK) is among the winners of the EU's Young Filmmakers Competition. His short film is about being able to repair human relationships, not only broken objects.
A theory developed jointly by physicists from BME and Dresden, published in the journal Nature Communications, could help improve the performance of quantum computers.
Supported by the collaboration of three BME faculties, Krisztina Regős, BME student achieved notable progress in proving a 50-year-old mathematical conjecture.
The unique quantum crystal, foreseen by the Nobel laureate physicist, was detected by experts using a nanotube. Their results were published in Science magazine.
Over 120 students graduated this year from the English-language programme of Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
The BME, and the ISES-Hungary regret to announce that Professor Emeritus László Imre of the BME Energy Engineering Department and the honorary president of ISES-Hungary, passed a
Simultaneously with the event held between 1 and 5 July 2019, BME and the European Nuclear Education Network will also organise joint summer schools for European BSc students.