egyetemek térképen

Many of these courses and seminars are held yearly. However, it is always advisible to check the courses currently available at the university of your chosing. The majority of these courses are held in Hungarian.


Graduate and post-graduate courses

Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)

  • Algebraical field theory I-II. (Vecsernyés P)
  • Cognitive neuroscience. (Négyessy L., Budapest Semesters in Cognitive Sciences)
  • Electrodeposition of metals (Péter L)
  • Experimental methods of structure determination II. (Temleitner L)
  • Integrable field theories ( Z. Bajnok)
  • Integrable methods in gauge/gravity duality II (Z. Bajnok)
  • Introduction to general relativity theory (M. Vasúth)
  • Introduction to gravitation theory and high energy physics (Barnaföldi GG and Vasúth M)
  • Investigation of the inner structure of compact stars (Barnaföldi GG)
  • Low-temperature plasma physics (Donkó Z)
  • Macromolecules (Pekker S)
  • Nanophase metals (Bakonyi I)
  • Neural system modelling (Orbán G)
  • Neuroinformatics (Négyessy L.) (ELTE - SOTE joint PhD course)
  • Nuclear solid-state physics I-II (Nagy DL)
  • Optics and relativity theory (Cserti J, Dávid Gy, Varga D)
  • Physics of liquid crystals  (Buka Á, Éber N)
  • Physics of the Solar System (Németh Z)
  • Raman-spectroscopy in geological sciences (Váczi T)
  • Selected chapters on the theory of compact stars (Barnaföldi GG)
  • Scientific programming for graphics processors I-II (Berényi D, Nagy-Egri MF)
  • Selected topics in experimental high energy physics (Siklér F, Vértesi R)
  • Spectroscopy of atoms and molecules (Pekker Á)
  • Statistic learning in the neural system (Bányai M, Orbán G, Nagy DG)
  • Statistical models of brain function (Bányai M, BSCS)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)

  • Applied thermodynamics (Kovács R)
  • Coherent control of quantum systems (Kis Zs)
  • Electronics and measurement technics (Baranyai P)
  • Engineering thermodynamics II (Kovács R)
  • Experimental nuclear physics (guest talker: Vértesi R)
  • Fusion plasma physics (Veres G)
  • Fusion devices (Veres G)
  • Fusion devices (Pokol G)
  • Infrared and Raman-spectroscopy (Kamarás K)
  • Interacting spin systems in real materials (Penc Karlo)
  • Introduction to fusion plasma physics (Pokol G, Zoletnik S)
  • Introduction to irreversible thermodynamics (Ván P)
  • Introduction to theoretical plasma physics (Bencze A)
  • Investigation techniques for materials science (Keszthelyi T)
  • Low-temperature plasma physics (Donkó Z)
  • Magnetohydrodynamics in low dimensional systems, (Bencze A)
  • Mass serving (Telcs A)
  • Mechanics I-II (Virosztek A)
  • Modelling higher-level brain functions (Bányai M, Orbán G, Nagy DG)
  • Modern nuclear energy (Pokol G)
  • Modern physics for chemical engineers (Asbóth J)
  • Modern solid-state physics (Virosztek A)
  • Nuclear physics (Pokol G, guest lecturer)
  • Numeric heat transport (Kovács R)
  • Numerical simulations of caloric machines (Kovács R)
  • Optical spectroscopy in the materials sciences (Kamarás K.)
  • Quantuminformatics (Zimbrás Z)
  • Theoretical solid state physics (Virosztek A)
  • Theory of magnetism I-II (Virosztek A)
  • Topological insulators (Asbóth J)
  • Variational methods in the basic laws of physics (Biró TS)
  • X-ray spectroscopies in structure research (Z. Németh, guest lecturer)

University of Pécs

  • Biorobotics (Laczkó J)
  • Control Engineering I-II (Füzi J, in Hungarian and in English)
  • Electronics I-II (Füzi J, in Hungarian and in English)
  • Femtosecond Laser Physics (Lovász B)
  • Guidance and control technology (Laczkó J)
  • Modelling heavy-ion reactions (Wolf Gy)
  • Modern physics (Somlai L)
  • Open quantum systems (Ádám P) 
  • Probability theory (Ádám P)
  • Properties of dense, strongly interacting matter (Wolf Gy)
  • Quantum informatics I-II (Ádám P)
  • Quantum informatics with quantumoptical tools 2 (Kiss T)
  • Quantum optics I-II., (Ádám P)
  • Statistical physics (Szlachányi K)
  • Theoretical mechanics (Szlachányi K)

University of Szeged

  • Nuclear and particle physics (Fehér L)
  • Integrable systems, Lie-groups and representations (Fehér L)
  • Introduction to the world of laser plasmas (Földes I)
  • Introduction to statistical physics (Iglói F)
  • Statistical physics  (Iglói F)
  • Applied statistical physics (Iglói F)

Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest

  • Neurophysiological data analysis (Z. Somogyvári)
  • Neuromorph movement control (Laczkó J)
  • Neuoromorph movement control. (Laczkó J)
  • Research methods in sociology, (File B)
  • Webmining (File B)

Eszterházy Károly University, Eger

  • Statistics I-II (Kasza G)

Semmelweis University (SOTE)

University of Óbuda

  • Chemistry and physics of polymers (S. Pekker)

University of Pannonia, Veszprém

  • Econometry II. (Telcs A)

University of Debrecen

  • Particle physics I-II (Horváth D)
  • Structure and experimental test of the Standard Model I-II  (Horváth D)

University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest

  • Biophysics (Z. Szőkefalvi-Nagy, both in Hungarian and in English, two courses)


Laboratory practices and Seminars

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

  • Advanced nuclear physics lab (Varga D, Hamar G)
  • Biophysics lab - Raman spectroscopy (Veres M, Rigó I)
  • Environmental radiations lab (ERD, Galgóczi G)
  • Informatic tools of research work, (Bíró G, Nagy-Egri M.F)
  • Liquid crystal laboratory practice (Buka Á, Éber N, Salamon P, Tóth Katona T)
  • Nuclear element analytical measurements advanced laboratory practice for 3 persons (Szilágyi E)
  • Particle and nuclear physics laboratory / Investigating magnetohydrodynamics waves (Timár A)
  • Particle, nuclear and astrophysics lab (Varga-Kőfaragó M, Vértesi R)
  • PIXE, advanced level laboratory practice for 3 persons (Kovács I)
  • Probability theory and statistics (Kornyik M)
  • Probability theory (Kornyik M)
  • Supramolecular structure examination lab (Temleitner L)
  • X-ray spectroscopy practice (Németh Z)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)

  • Advanced physics laboratory (Nyitrai G)
  • Applied thermodynamics (Kovács R)
  • Chemical materials structure laboratory practice (Baranyai P., BME)
  • Cognitive sciences doctoral school (Török B)
  • Experimental methods in materials science - Raman spectroscopy (Veres M)
  • Infrared and Raman-spectroscopy lab (Kamarás K)
  • Nuclear and neutron physics practice (Nyitrai G)
  • Nuclear fuel cycle (Fábián M)
  • Photonics laboratory – Raman-spectroscopy (Veres M, Rigó I)
  • Physical chemistry practice I-II (Baranyai P)
  • Physics lab (Bánhegyi B)
  • Remote measurement on the GOLEM tokamak (Pokol G)
  • Technical mechatronics (Ván P)
  • Technological  thermodynamics II (Kovács R, in Hungarian and in English)
  • Thermal and flow dynamics of mechatronical parts (Kovács R)
  • Thermodynamics and heat transport (Kovács R)
  • Thermodynamics practice for mechatronics (Ván P)

Eszterházy Károly University, Eger

  • Statistics I-II. (Kasza Gábor)

University of Pécs

  • Biorobotics (J. Laczkó, PTE TTK)
  • Control Engineering I-II (Füzi J, in Hungarian and in English)
  • Guidance and control technology (L. Botzheim, PTE TTK)
  • Mathematical methods in physics IV. (Ádám P)
  • Neurobiorobotic programming (Laczkó József, PTE, TTK)
  • Probability theory (Ádám P)
  • Statistical physics practice (Szlachányi K)
  • Theoretical mechanics practice (Szlachányi K)

Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest

  • Webmining (B. File)
  • Neuromorph movement control (L. Botzheim)

University of Debrecen

  • Particle physics practice I-II. (Horváth D)
  • Structure and experimental verification of the Standard Model I-II. practice (Horváth D)