Our TDK student, Péter Hornung received 2nd Prize on National Scientific Students' Associations Conference (OTDK). Title: Investigation of nanometer-sized VO2 phase change memory using finite element model. Supervisor: László Pósa Section: Materials science & testing 2 Congratulations.
Our TDK student, J. Áron Vándorffy received 1st Prize on Students' Scientific Conference (TDK) of Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Title: Development of a 2DEG-based selective frequency sensing system Supervisors: Péter Lajos Neumann Section: Electronics devices and technologies Congratulations.
N. Q. Khánh et al: Quantitative Piezoresponse Force Microscopy for thin AlScN films deposited by pulse DC reactive magnetron co-sputtering
Success of the HUN-REN EC Microsystems and Nanosensors Laboratories Team at the ULTRABALATON TRAIL The ULTRABALATON TRAIL is a challenge that only the most determined runners will take on. Our team completed the 115 kilometre course in 12 hours 35 minutes. Success was the result of hard work, dedication and coordinated teamwork. Team members: Beiler Barbara Bereczki Dóra Braun Ferenc Fürjes Péter Illés Levente Szomor Zsombor Volk János Congratulations to the team, and thank you to everyone who contributed to this amazing success!
Poster presentation of Zsolt Zolnai on the 26th International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis – IBA-2023 and the 18th International Conference on Particle Induced X-ray Emission – PIXE-2023 (IBA&PIXE 2023) in Toyama, Japan, Title: Helium ion beam-induced luminescence of Al2O3 for charged particle detection https://ion-beam.jp/IBAPIXE2023/
Naturally the Nanosensors and BioMEMS labs were jointly present at the Researcher's Night event in Budapest. Nanotechnology is hard to demonstrate since it is normally confined to the laboratory it is being developed in. However our collegues presented all our latest advances in micro and nanotechnologies currently used in medical and scientific experiments of the MEMS and NEMS labs of the Centre for Energy Research.
During the Researchers' Night, the HUN-REN Microsystems and Nanosensors Laboratory offered exciting interactive demonstrations and experiments to the participants. Visitors to Salgótarján also had the opportunity to see how microsystems and nanotechnologies work and how they are used in different areas of everyday life. Laboratory staff were also on hand during the event to answer visitors' questions and talk about the current and future potential of nanosensor technology. The aim of the event was to raise awareness of the exciting world of scientific research and to encourage young people to take an interest in scientific careers. [...]
Poster presentation of László Pósa on the 29th International Workshop on Thermal Investigation of ICs and Systems (Therminic 2023) in Budapest, Hungary Title: Interplay of Thermal and Electronic Effects in the Mott Transition of Nanosized VO2 Phase Change Memory Devices Link: https://therminic2023.eu/
P. L. Neuman et al: Frequency selective AlGaN/GaN cantilevers for human implantable acoustic sensors
P. L. Neuman et al: Frequency Selective Algan/Gan Cantilevers for Human Implantable Acoustic Sensors
Best poster award on Eurosensors '23 in Lecce Title: Tire Deformation Monitoring Sensor for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems Authors: István Bársony, Tamás Dózsa, János Radó, Attila Nagy, Ferenc Braun, Ernő Simonyi, Gábor Battistig, Alexandros Soumelidis, Péter Kovács, János Volk Dátum: 2023 September 12 https://www.eurosensors2023.eu/ https://www.elte.hu/content/eurosensors-2023-best-poster-award-az-elte-informatikusainak.t.29104