Experts can access SMOG-P from Hungary 4 to 5 times a day, for periods of 40 to 50 minutes.
A group of Hungarian civil engineers returned this week after spending a week surveying buildings damaged by a severe earthquake in the region.
The series of events, organised by the Department of History of Architecture and Monument Preservation and the French Institute of Budapest focused on the modern approach to our built heritage.
Following the 2012 launch of Masat-1, SMOG-P, also designed and developed by BME's professors and students, was sent into space today.
The Department of Polymer Engineering represented BME at the most prestigious plastic industry exhibition.
In the program, technology suitable for manufacturing continuous fiber-reinforced composite products and finite element simulation for designing them is developed.
Two scientists from the Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology awarded significant financing in the latest round of applications.
Only four Hungarian universities made it into this year's table, which includes 720 higher education institutions.