• BNC webinar on the two-step gamma cascade method

    Mon, 12 Sep, 2022

        BNC seminar on "Spectroscopic data and nuclear structure studies using (nth,2γ) reaction and
                                                                      two-step gamma cascade method"
    by            David Knežević (Department of Physics, University of Novi Sad)
                  in                      Building 19 ground floor seminar room, KFKI Campus
                  on               15 September, 2022     14:00 - 14:45 + discussion   Abstract

  • Prof. Ferenc Mezei to receive the 2021 Gothenburg Lise Meitner Award

    Thu, 08 Sep, 2022

      "For the inventions of the neutron spin echo method and the super mirror, which have significantly advanced neutron scattering methods, and for the long pulse neutron source concept, which is the foundation for the novel technical design of the European Spallation Source now being built in Lund.” The Gothenburg Physics Centre proudly presents Ferenc Mezei as the laureate of the Gothenburg Lise Meitner Award 2021. (As of May 29, 2021). Award ceremony: 8 September, 2022. Further details about the award, the ceremony and the Lise Meitner laureates here.
  • Modelling SANS of pottery samples

    Tue, 06 Sep, 2022


                                 BNC 'Project Progress Talk #11': "Modelling and evaluation of SANS data of pottery samples"

                                               by   Nicolas Hugot ENSTA - Institute Polytechnique de Paris, France)

                                                              on   8 September, 2022    14:00 - 14:45 + discussion    Abstract

  • Béla Faragó, external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Mon, 02 May, 2022

    Béla Faragó -      photo


    Dr. Béla Faragó, head of BNC's International Science Advisory Committee, distinguished scientist of ILL, external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences gave a chair lecture at the HAS entitled "Research at a Large Scale Facility, Institute Laue Langevin (ILL)" attended by many of the Hungarian neutron community, whom he reserved living scientific connections over the decades of working at ILL. 

  • BNC promoting heritage science

    Tue, 01 Feb, 2022


    BNC has been active in analysis of objects of cultural heritage, which has developed into a broad  multidisciplinary field of science of lively international collaborations, such as the IPERION HS approaching its completion and the newly forming E-RIHSLast week saw the first in-person round table discussion of heritage sciences at BNC for quite a while14 colleagues from across the BNC attended the meeting including two new members. Read on...

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