egyetemek térképen

Many of these courses and seminars are held yearly. However, it is always advisible to check the courses currently available at the university of your chosing. The majority of these courses are held in Hungarian.

 

Graduate and post-graduate courses

 Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)

  • Algebraic Bethe Ansatz and its applications (F. Woynarovich)
  • Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics (P. Domokos, J. Asbóth)
  • Cognitive Neuroscience (L. Négyessy)
  • Completely integrable many body systems (F. Woynarovich)
  • Computational Neuroscience (Z. Somogyvári)
  • Electrodeposition of metals (L. Péter)
  • Electrons in solids (I. Tüttő)
  • Electrons in solids (J. Sólyom)
  • Inner structure of compact stars (G.G. Barnaföldi and M. Vasúth)
  • Introduction to general relativity, (I. Rácz)
  • Introduction to general relativity, (M. Vasúth)
  • Introduction to gravitational theory and high energy physics (G.G. Barnaföldi and M. Vasúth)
  • Jet physics (P. Lévai)
  • Liquid crystals, their chemistry and chemical physics (K. Fodor-Csorba)
  • Macromolecules I. (S. Pekker)
  • Many-body physics I. (G. Szirmai)
  • Many-body physics II. (G. Szirmai)
  • Nanomagnetism (J. Balogh)
  • Neural Modelling (Z. Somogyvári, M. Bányai, D. Cserpán)
  • Nuclear Solid State Physics I (D.L. Nagy)
  • Nuclear Solid State Physics II (D.L. Nagy)
  • Open Quantum System Theory (L. Diósi)
  • Pattern formation in complex systems (Á. Buka and T. Börzsönyi)
  • Phase structure of strongly interacting matters (P. Lévai)
  • Physics of liquid crystals and polymers (Á. Buka and N. Éber)
  • Physics of the heliosphere (G. Erdős)
  • Plasma physics of the Solar System (K. Szegő)
  • Relativistic heavy ion collisions (P. Lévai)
  • Renormalization methods for strongly correlated systems (Ö. Legeza)
  • Superconductivity (I. Tüttő)
  • Topological insulators (J. Asbóth)

Budapest University if Technology and Economics (BME)

  • Advanced thermodynamics (P. Ván)
  • Coherent control of quantum systems (Z. Kis)
  • Group theory  in solid state research (G. Kriza)
  • Infrared and Raman spectroscopy (K. Kamarás)
  • Infrared vibrational spectroscopy, part of the course Experimental methods in materials science (L. Kovács)
  • Interacting spin systems (K. Penc)
  • Introduction to theoretical plasma physics (A. Bencze)
  • Investigation methods in materials science (M. Bokor and K. Tompa)
  • Ion beam analysis, part of the course Experimental methods in materials science (E. Szilágyi)
  • MHD in low-dimensional systems (A. Bencze)
  • Neutron scattering I, part of the course Experimental methods in material science (B. Nagy, L. Bottyán)
  • Nuclear Solid State Physics I (D.L. Nagy)
  • Nuclear Solid State Physics II (D.L. Nagy)
  • Raman spectroscopy, part of the course Experimental methods in materials science (M. Veres)
  • Spectroscopy and structure of matter (K. Kamarás)
  • Superconductivity (G. Kriza)

Semmelweis University (SOTE)

  • Neuroinformatics (L. Négyessy, F. Bazsó, Z. Somogyvári, L. Zalányi, M. Bányai)

University of Óbuda

  • Chemistry and Physics of Polymers (S. Pekker)

Szent István University, Gödöllő

  • Biophyics (Z. Szőkefalvi-Nagy, SZIE AOTK)
  • Computer Aided Engineering (L. Zoltan)
  • Machine elements I. (L. Zoltan)
  • Machine elements II. (L. Zoltan)

University of Szeged

  • Analytical mechanics (L. Fehér)
  • Application of statistical physics (F. Iglói)
  • Experimental methods of nuclear physics (T. Csörgő)
  • Fundamental processes in nonlinear laser-matter interactions (S. Varró)
  • Introduction to theoretical physics I. (L. Fehér)
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics I (T. Csörgő)
  • Physics of amorphous matter I-II (M. Koós)
  • Quantum field theory (L. Fehér)
  • Selected topics in mathematical physics (L. Fehér)
  • Statistical physics (F. Iglói)

University of Pécs

  • Calculus I. (K. Szlachányi)
  • Calculus II. (K. Szlachányi)
  • Control theory (J. Füzi)
  • Digital Control (J. Füzi)
  • Electronics (J. Füzi)
  • Mathematical methods in physics IV. (P. Ádám)
  • Numerical methods (P. Ádám)
  • Operating systems (B. Kollár)
  • Probability theory (P. Ádám)
  • Quantum mechanics I. (J. Janszky)
  • Quantum mechanics II. (J. Janszky)
  • Quantum mechanics II. (P. Ádám)
  • Statistical physics (K. Szlachányi)
  • Theoretical physics III. (P. Ádám)

University of Debrecen

  • Particle Physics, MSc Course (D. Horváth)
  • Quantum Field Theory (T.S. Biró)
  • Structure and Experimental Test of the Standard Model, PhD Course (D. Horváth)

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre, Cambridge University, UK

  • Phase field modelling and solidification (L. Gránásy, T. Pusztai, G. I. Tóth, G. Tegze)

 

Laboratory practices and Seminars

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

  • Experiments on liquid crystals (Á. Buka, N. Éber, T. Tóth-Katona)
  • Laboratory for solid state physics, Preparation and crystallization of metallic glasses (I. Vincze)
  • Laboratory practice (T. Pusztai)
  • Laboratory practice in solid state physics and materials science (K. Tompa and M. Bokor)
  • Physical chemistry laboratory practice (L. Péter, B. Tóth)
  • RBS and ERDA analysis, extended practice for physics student (E. Kótai).
  • Solar-terrestrial relation for astrophysics students (M. Tátrallyay)
  • Solid-state physics seminar (I. Tüttő)
  • Solid-state physics seminar (J. Sólyom)

Budapest University if Technology and Economics (BME)

  • Infrared and Raman spectroscopy (K. Kamarás)
  • Infrared vibrational spectroscopy, part of the course Experimental methods in materials science (K. Lengyel)
  • Laboratory practice on investigation methods in materials science (M. Bokor and K. Tompa)
  • Practice course in experimental physics for engineer-physicists (A. Szakál)
  • Practice course in electrodynamics for energy-engineers (A. Szakál)
  • Problem solving courses in thermodynamics (T. Fülöp)
  • Problem solving course in heat exchange (P. Ván)
  • Raman spectroscopy, part of the course Experimental methods in materials science (M. Veres)
  • Seminar to the Physics 2 course for bachelor students in electrical and software engineering (B. Nagy)

University of Pécs

  • Control theory seminar (J. Füzi)
  • Electronics laboratory practice (J. Füzi)
  • Operating systems (B. Kollár)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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