Our main focus are mathematical and physical models of shape evolution with emphasis on geophysical and planetological applications, such as sand grains, pebbles, ventifacts, rock profiles, asteroids.
Our research group operates at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and it is supported on a 5 year (2017-2022), renewable special grant from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Our goal is to collect, develop and apply existing mathematical models and test the models versus existing and self-produced experimental and field data. Ultimately we would like to gain insight on geophysical history based on current size and shape measurements.
Congratulations to Krisztina Regős on being awarded the Special prize at the National Scientific Student’s Conference 2019!
Our guest Michel Potier-Ferry from University of Lorraine, France was a Reviewer and Member of the Doctoral committee at the PhD defense of Eszter Fehér.
Our member Eszter Fehér successfully defended her PhD thesis ‘Wrinkling behavior of highly stretched thin films’.
At this year’s Student Research Conference 3 presentations were related to Morphodynamics: Krisztina Regős (1st Prize + Pro Progressio Special Prize), Dániel Csallóközi (2nd Prize + Csonka Pál Special Prize), Péter Tamás Varga (3rd Prize).
Sir Michael Berry is going to give a lecture on 12th December 2018., at BME room K134 with a title of ‘Nature’s optics and our understanding of light’.
Our guest lecturer Bernd Krauskopf gave us his talk titled ‘Computing global invariant manifolds as a sequence of geodesic level sets’.
Our guest lecturer Snorre H. Christiansen gave us his talk titled ‘Finite element complexes for the Stokes equation’.
Our guest lecturer Daniel Barreto from Edinburgh Napier University gave us his talk titled ‘Contact force entropy coordinates – Their relationship with critical states and shearing resistance’.