At the ceremony on 21 November, organized as part of the Celebration of Hungarian Science program series, Zsolt Lángi was also given a recognition by the Rector of University for having received the “Bolyai plakett” this year.
At this year’s Institutional Scientific Students’ Associations Conference at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 4 presentations were related to Morphodynamics: Gergő Almádi (1st Prize + Pro Progressio Special Prize), Ágoston Szesztay (1st Prize), Klaudia Nagy (Csonka Pál Special Prize), Balázs Sárossi (2nd Prize).
This October, Eszter Fehér and Balázs Havasi-Tóth visited Jérôme Lavé in the Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques, Nancy to carry out abrasion experiments on concrete and sandstone cubes in a Flume. The concrete cubes were identified by RFID tags. During the experiments, the geometry of the abraded cubes was 3D scanned and their evolution was compared to theoretical predictions of abrasion models. It was also investigated how the movement of the pebbles depend on the pebble shape in the artificial river conditions of a Flume.
The concrete cubes were designed and created by Károly Péter Juhász, JKP Static. Here is a video of the concreting and the installation of RFID tags: