Our TDK student, Zsolt Filep received 1st Prize on National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference (OTDK). Title: 2-dimensional electron gas based energy harvesters. Supervisors: Dr. János Volk, Dr. István Endre Lukács Section Metrology Instuments 2 Congratulations.
Our TDK student, János Márk Bozorádi received 3rd Prize on the National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference (OTDK). Title: Improvement of measurement tools for piezoelectric energy harvesters Supervisor: Dr. János Radó Section: Metrology Instuments 3 Congratulations.
Grant name: Cooperative Doctoral Programme for Doctoral Scholarships Date of official notification: 22 December 2020 Title (title of ongoing PhD): Development and investigation of ultra-small on-chip resistive switching memory devices Duration: 3 years
Our MSc student, Oyunbolor Binderiya received Special Award on the Materials Physics Section of the National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference (OTDK). Her supervisor is Dr. Nguyen Quoc Khánh and the title of the paper is: Reactive magnetron sputtering of AlN and AlScN thin films for piezoelectric applications. Congratulations.
Press release on the final results of the wireless sensor project (KoFAH) is published on various sites.
ek-cer.hu: Novel wireless sensor networks developed by researchers at EK MFA elektro-net.hu: Önellátó érzékelőhálózatok nehezen elérhető helyekre index.hu: Önellátó érzékelőhálózatokat terveztek az EK kutatói elkh.org: Új technológiákon alapuló önellátó érzékelőhálózatokat terveztek az EK kutatói ek-cer.hu: Új technológiákon alapuló önellátó érzékelőhálózatokat terveztek az EK kutatói
…published in MDPI Nanomaterials (link) by the Nanosensors Group in cooperation with other MFA teams Here, we propose and optimize a simple fabrication method for VO2 rich layers by the oxidation of metallic vanadium in atmospheric air. It was shown that a sufficiently broad annealing time window of 3.0–3.5 h can be obtained at an optimal oxidation temperature of 400 °C.
N. Q. Khánh et al: The effect of substrate bias on the piezoelectric properties of pulse DC magnetron sputtered AlN thin films
We have shown by Piezoresponse Force Microscopy (PFM) that the quality of the deposited AlN layer depends strongly on the negative substrate bias, i.e., the energy transferred via the bombardment of the accelerated positive ions on the sample. November 13 2020: N. Q. Khánh et al: The effect of substrate bias on the piezoelectric properties of pulse DC magnetron sputtered AlN thin films published in Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 0957-4522 1573-482X View on: MTMT: 31787835 | DOI: 10.1007/s10854-020-04810-9 | WoS: 000588873600002 | REAL: 118823 | Scopus: 85096023345 | Google scholar hash: b32mWr70w_IJ [...]
…have been awarded a certificate of merit at the Experimental Physics Session of BME TDK. Binderiya Oyunbolor (supervisor: Nguyen Quoc Khánh), Reactive magnetron sputtering of AlN and ScAlN thin films for piezoelectric applications Zsolt Filep (supervisor: István Endre Lukács), Two-dimensional electron gas based electromechanical microsensors A well-deserved congratulation to all of them!
Results were presented by the internal and external stakeholders of the project (KoFAH: Advanced Functional Materials for Autonomous Sensor Networks). Oral lectures were followed by a live demonstration of the developed systems.
Nanosensors Group performed several tire sensor tests in collaboration with the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SzTAKI). If you are interested in our driving assistance tire sensor concept please contact our group (contact at nems dot hu).