Václav Hanus, HUN-REN Wigner RCP is the the winner of the 2024 Couillaud Prize in Ultrafast Lasers
The XII. Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference was held in Budapest, 1 to 3 May 1- 3, 2024, organized by our researchers.

Peter Higgs, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist and one of the founders of the theoretical physics of elementary particles, has passed
away. He was the visionary behind the existence of the Higgs boson. Prior to 1970, the theory of elementary particles could not account for the mass of the smallest components of matter, although it could explain the mass of the vast majority of substances as energy content. This was because symmetry-based interaction theories excluded
the non-zero mass of elementary particles, such as the electron.

The video of the Wigner Colloquium placed on 26 March, presented by Gabor Csanyi, Professor of Materials Chemistry is now available. Title of his lecture:  A foundational atomistic model for materials.
Gábor Csányi, Professor of Molecular Modelling is the next invited speaker of the Wigner Colloquia. The title of his lecture is: A foundational atomistic model for materials.