Project by BME’s recently graduated architect is selected as one of the five most promising student designs at one of Central Europe’s most prestigious architecture conferences.
Surprising theory by the designers of the Gömböc whose previous hypothesis was proven during the modelling of the recently discovered interstellar asteroid.
BME received funding to develop the manufacturing processes of personalised medical devices and implants that improve patients’ quality of life.
BME participates in the Hungarian-Austrian-Slovenian cooperation agreement on the joint projects for the development of autonomous and connected vehicles.
Our university wins significant funding in the form of a grant from the National Research, Development and Innovation Office.
Universities participating in the EU project will use the funding to train future professionals - BME to launch several new master programmes within the project.
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics is the only Hungarian university among the top institutions with the most verified pre-publication peer reviews.