Ádám Gali’s group’s recent study has proven that the kinetics of defect complex formation in semiconductors may prohibit to reach its thermal equilibrium - reported in Nature Communications - which may change defect engineering simulation strategies for next generation quantum computing and other applications.
The Advanced Science News did an interview about the question in the title and the newest results of the research about neutron stars, with Balázs Kacskovics, a member of the Gravitational Physics Research Group.
András Vukics, head of the Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Department, has won the Visiting Fellowship of JILA.
Péter Kovács (RMI Heavy-ion Research Group), Győző Kovács (RMI Heavy-ion Research Group, PhD student, ELTE) and Prof. Francesco Giacosa (Jan Kochanowski University, Goethe-University) article titled „Fate of the critical endpoint at large Nc” has published with the "Editors' Suggestion" in the Physical Review D placed on the title-page.
More than 100 physicists from 22 countries participated in the 22. Zimányi School Winter Workshop. The aim of the program is to summarize the developments of 2022 in high energy heavy ion physics, with particular attention to the new data emerging from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), SPS and J-PARC.