Our university's pride and joy, the Megalux solar racecar, has arrived in Sharjah.
We were honoured to host the "Transport of the Future" event, which was part of the Neumann Year.
In the cooperation of four different universities in four different countries, a completely new course will start at 2023 Spring. For more info: CLICK
We are looking forward to receiving your applications for the Prime Foundryman Camp in July
This December, the traditional Technical and Materials Science Conference (MASZK) was held at the John von Neumann University. This December, the traditional Technical and Materials Science Conference (MASZK) was held at the John von Neumann University.
In the 2022-2023 academic year, the GAMF faculty's spectacular travelling truck will once again visit a number of secondary schools to help prospective students make career guidance decisions.
Our colleagues attended the Hydrogen Dialogue conference in Nuremberg, where they maintained and expanded our university's contacts.
The Bolyai Scholarship was established specifically to provide financial support for young talented researchers.
To improve the hydrogen fuel cell education and research in our department, our staff visited a partner company abroad.
Zoltán Weltsch, Phd, and Miklós Berczeli attended the Surfaces, Interfaces and Coatings Technologies (SICT) conference in Barcelona.
A delegation from the United Arab Emirates visited our department for future projects.
The IJAT Mechanical and Laser Beam Technologies Research Group visited Slovakia, where the 37th International Colloquium Conference was held. Several excellent publications and presentations were made on the topic "Advanced Manufacturing and Repair Technologies in the Automotive Industry".
A digital dental lab, also known as the Additive Manufacturing Laboratory, was inaugurated on Thursday morning at the John von Neumann University.
The XXXI International Welding Conference was held in Kecskemét, organised by IJAT. The conference included 26 presentations in 7 sessions.
Hungary's largest business and industry meeting was held between 10-13 May 2022. World brands, market leaders, small and medium-sized enterprises of the Hungarian and international industry presented their products, services, unique solutions and developments.
The institute has teamed up with two renowned companies to create a vehicle that can be produced stably, even in the current economic climate, using partly composites.
Under the Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility Programme, colleagues from the Vehicle Technology Research Group met with our Macedonian partner company at the JEC Composites World Exhibition in Paris.
From 26-29 April 2022, the 25th edition of the Laser World of Photonics world exhibition took place in Munich. Our department was represented at the event by our colleague Zsolt Könyves.
The staff of the Manufacturing Technology Research Group participated in the 30th International Mechanical Engineering Conference in Odorheiu Secuiesc.
The BME Welding Department organised the 8th National Welding Competition on 22 April, where 10 teams from 6 universities of the country competed.
The cavity pressure measuring system is installed in our injection moulding tool
Attila Dunai, a student of Neumann János University, won first place in the #SolidEdge category of the EDGE Vándorkupa 2021 professional award.
On Friday, for the third time, our department will host the Technical Conference on Materials Technology and Engineering (MASZK).
Attila Dunai, a student of Neumann János University, won fifth place in the Design Challenge 2020 competition.
Neumann János University has signed a cooperation agreement with 3Dee Technologies Hungary, Adu Alba and Mahr Magyarország Kft.
On 17 November 2021, we held the in-house TDK.
On 29 October 2021, we visited the factory of VESZ-MONT 2000 Kft. in Nemesvámos.
The XIII. National Materials Science Conference was held at Balatonkenese.