In 1995, the homepage of the department was the first webpage of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Its usual, classic style with its specific colors was set in 2000. Its new structure and style (switch theme) have been made concerning today's expectations.
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Gábor Stépán is winner of the Frontline - Research Excellence Program
Professor Gábor Stépán won the support of the Frontline - Research Excellence Program for a 5-year project titled "Numerical and hardware-in-the-loop simulation for the suppression of machine tool chatter in milling operation by optimizing the tool-edge geometry and mechanical contacts". Frontline – Research Excellence Programme Proposal is a research support proposal model designed to offer substantial support for a duration of at most 5 years, for researchers who are ranked among the best in their disciplines in the world and are in the most dynamic stage of their research career and aim to realize their research at a Hungarian research institution. The project winners are typically former ERC grant holders.
BME have implemented enhanced epidemiological protection activities against the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease. The detailed instructions can be seen at BME's website.
Two professors from our Department among the best in the world
BME.hu has recently reported that Stanford University, SciTech
Strategies, and Elsevier have published a worldwide rank of best
researchers. In this list, there are 150 researchers from Hungary, 18
from BME and 4 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. From the
Department of Applied Mechanics, two professors are in the list, Gábor Stépán and Tamás Insperger.
Gábor Stépán received an NKFI research grant
Prof. Gábor Stépán received support from NKFIH for the project titled "Dynamics of Robot-Assisted Machining". The four-year project started in December 2019 and the goal is to analyze the dynamic behaviour of next-generation collaborative machining centers.
The "EUROSTARS FORTH - Force-controlled tool holder for vibration-less, accurate and chip jamming-free internal turning" project received support from the European Union. The project also involves Spanish and French parters and the Hungarian coordinator is Zoltán Dombóvári.
Dombóvári Zoltán is a winner of the MTA Lendület!
Dombóvári Zoltán will soon start a new research team at our department.
He's proposal won funding at the Lendület programme of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Further information can be found at the homepage of MTA and BME.