In our College self-study is compulsory, which is carried out by seminars in each semester satisfying the interest of the membership. For those of our members who held a seminar presentation will be rewarded with scholarship. If you reach the minimum number of participants, you can organize a seminar in almost any topic, in the field of physics and mathematics. If you have any interest about a seminar, or may wish to start a new seminar to find the people with similar interests to you or even teach them to develop your performer skill, check out our Admission page!
Nuclear detectors seminar:
This seminar is advised those who are interested in particle physics, nuclear physics, nuclear measurement methods and medical methods of data processing.
Location: Institute of Nuclear Techniques, R214
Date: Monday, 5-7 pm (7 occasions)
Responsible: Lucsányi Dávid, lucsanyid at gmail dot com
Lecturer: Radócz Gábor, Lucsányi Dávid
- nuclear- and particle physics introduction
- detectors and systems in particle physics
- detectors in particle physics and their simulation
- gamma-spectrometry detectors
- scintillation detectors and their applications in the medical data processing
- fusion measurements
These are subjects to alterations without notice!
Experimental Physics Group seminar - Microcontroller programming
This seminar is advised those who are interested in measurement constructions, data collecting and processing, electronics and control engineering.
Reqiurements: Basic knowledge in electronics and C programme language
Location: Department of Physics, Student laboratory
Date: Wednesday, 5-7 pm
Responsible: Sánta Botond, santa dot botond dot cwzb3f at gmail dot com
Lecturer: Sánta Botond, Buday Csaba
- Functioning of AVR Microcontrollers
- Simple LED blinker making
- Operating with seven-segment display
- Operating with alphanumerical display
- Making a digital thermometer or oscilloscope using the previous ones
Website building seminar
Website building is an interesting and usefull skill, and it is recommended for both beginners and advanced.
- Project ideas:
- Information portal for organization
- Course website for demonstrators
- Anything :-)
Topics would be: HTML, CSS, PHP and database basics, templates, website installation.
Lecturer: Gábor Nyitrai
Lie algebras seminar:
Lie algebras as algebraic structures often appear at different areas of physics. On the one hand the quantum mechanical CCR algebras or the well-known spin SU algebras, on the other hand the most complex theory which describes nature, the Standard Modell is also based on the theory of Lie algebras. With the development of quantum mechanics the development of the theory of Lie algebras was also motivated by theoretical physicists. This is the achievement of well-known matematicians such as Schur, Weyl, Killing and Cartan mentioning the most importants. The classification of Lie algebras was terminated by the beginning of the 20th century. Our aim is to prove Cartan's criterion by the end of the course.
Further information: Hamphrys - Introduction to Lie-algebras and representation theory
Responsible: Holló László, hollo dot laszlo at wigner dot mta dot hu
Place:ELTE Északi tömb 1.124 doktorandusz szoba
- Lie algebras, definitions, ideals and homomorphism
- Semisimple and reductive Lie algebras, Engel's theorem
- Killing form, moduluses, Schur-lemma, Weyl's theorem
- Cartan criterion, residuums, Weyl group
- Irreducible residuums, Cartan matrix, Coxeter graph, Dynkin diagram, classification theorem
- Weight theory
The technical development allow us to use our computers for scientific research in a way that physicists have never been dreaming of. Nowadays we can manage complicated calculations with the help of computers so simulations are good devices for physicists to know more about nature. Besides theoretical and experimental physics a new branch is appearing called simulation physics. Our seminar contains the most important assembly languages, methods and systems not sufficiently mentioned at University education. Our members give lectures to each other containing their experiences and good ideas. We put a great emphasis to technical applications and we solve many practical examples.
Location: Department of Theoretical Physics, seminar room
Date: Monday, 4-6 pm
Responsible: Ujfalusi László, ujfalusilaci at gmail dot com
- Linux systems and their use
- Usage of Linux servers
- clean coding, version control
- MATLAB GUI
- GPU programming
- Academic C and Fortran libraries
- Figure making, function fitting
- and all that you would like :)
Training for talented students:
Particularly this seminar is for freshmen. Our aim is to improve the most talented students' problem-solving skills by tricky and complex exercises selected from different competitions. We make an effort to present problems which were not sufficiently mentioned at lectures. In addition we try to answer to the questions held up at lectures too.
Responsible: Werner Miklós Antal, werner at phy dot bme dot hu
Lecturer: Konczer József
Time, Place:Th 16:15-18:00, H27
The biophysics seminar is for students interested in medical appliances of physics. The give lectures to each other from the basic theory of biophysics. We invite researchers from the field of radiobiology, radiotherapy and image construction. They welcome students, interested in these topics, completing a thesis or do some research. In the end of the seminar we visit a laboratory selected by the participants.
Responsible: Papp Ildikó, papp dot ildiko1987 at gmail dot com
- introduction: physicist in the hospital
- most important things in radiobiology
- basic researches in radiobiology
- most important things in radiotherapy
- basic researches in radiotherapy
- medical image construction part 1 (RTG, CT, SPECT, PET)
- the basis in mathematics of the related methods
- medical image construction part 2 (MRI)
- medical image construction part 3 (ultrasonic)
- basic researches in image construction
- visiting of a laboratory
The topics beginning as "basic researches..." are presented by senior researchers who welcome students for a written thesis or undergraduate researches.
Experimental Physics Group seminar - Experimentations and soldering Printed Circuit Board
This seminar is for students interested in experimental and applied physics. We welcome freshmen and seniors too. We learn how to design and solder a current circuit and we do interesting experimentations with Härtlein Károly. We have lectures opened for all students when we present out most important projects, for instance Tesla coil, cloud chamber and induction heater.
Responsible: Lucsányi Dávid, lucsanyid at gmail dot com
Lecturer: Sánta Botond, Lucsányi Dávid, Härtlein Károly, Buday Csaba, Nemes József, Radócz Gábor
- making a printed circuit board
- experimentations with Härtlein Károly
- lecture about the Tesla coil
- lecture about the cloud chamber
- lecture about the induction heater and universal power supply