A former BME student, currently a research scientist at Vanderbilt University, and his team are developing a novel GPS and acoustic based system.
The students of Japan’s prestigious higher education institution learnt about water-related issues at the Budapest Summer School organized by BME and the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference.
The first multimorbidity map to indicate comorbidities of 250 most common illnesses has been drawn in Hungary; BME’s VIK involved 120,000 patients to create map.
In 2016 the Senate of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics granted the title of Honorary Citizen of BME to Thomas Cholnoky.
BME programmes rank high on ARWU’s list: its mathematics and mechanical engineering programmes are among top 300.
ESA’s funding of €65,000 will be spent on the development of space technology that can be exploited in everyday life.
Researchers of networks at BME VIK have published a paper in a prestigious journal. Their conclusions may be used for brain research or for the deeper understanding of embryonic development.