Science Journal has started to publish the scientific data collected and analysed by the Rosetta mission. One of the first articles’ co-author is a member of BME staff.
Obedie Solomon Kimaro, Hungarian Honorary Consul in Tanzania, former student of BME, encourages stronger cooperation between the two countries.
The Hungarian team of BME engineering-informatics students returned from the most prestigious professional competition with the gold medal and ‘Best of Nation’ award.
Odoo House has been welcoming its visitors in the gardens of the University of Technology and Economics for two years now.
Prof. Alain Goriely researcher from Oxford made a presentation on the Applied Mathematics Day of BME.
Lander of Rosetta orbiter is reaching comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko on Wednesday. The electrical power subsystem of the lander was created by space researchers of BME.
A very prestigious Most Influential Paper Award was given to Dániel Varró and András Pataricza at MODELS 2014.
The international coordinator for Central Europe of CAPES Federal Agency visited the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Balassi Institute has provided Campus Hungary scholarship for some 8000 students to 90 countries of the world. BME with its 600 applicants is among the top three institutions regarding the number of students involved.
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics takes the 254th place among the world’s top 400 universities for engineering and technology, being the only university from Hungary that is listed in Quacquarelli Symonds ranking.