Utilisation Plan for Scientific Achievements

Development of various levels of research cooperation

Infrastructure Development Strategy

Program for research and development of infrastructureSurveying existing tools and capabilities and organising the communal use of them: harmonizing the development plans of the laboratories: improving central fund raising activities: the operation of a competence based and project oriented, dynamic organisational model.Improvement of the general system of conditions for RDI activity

Human Resources Development Strategy

Program for retaining and developing scientific performance/potential

University RDI Strategy Basic Concept

The RDI strategy of the University builds on horizontal elements that on the one hand support the operations of the whole of the institution, and on the other, harmonizes the operation of priority research areas that can equally consolidate profession specific and interdisciplinary resources.

Sustainable energy

BME’s mission is to contribute to energy challenges with effective solutions through its research programmes. Problems like the global increase of energy demand, the limited reserves of traditional oil and natural gas, the increase in emissions of ‘greenhouse gases’ as the cause of climate change, the destructive propensity of fluctuation in oil prices and the geopolitical instability of source regions justify the urge for finding and formulating solutions.

Faculty of Natural Sciences (TTK)

The Faculty of Natural Sciences trains and undertakes internationally distinguished research in the areas of Physics (Institute of Physics), Mathematics (Institute of Mathematics), Nuclear Techniques (Institute of Nuclear Techniques) and Cognitive Sciences (Department of Cognitive Science). 

Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences (GTK)

The Faculty was established during the organisational restructuring of the University in 1998. By taking this step, BME returned to its historical traditions and the József Nádor Technical and Economic Science University assumed the fundamental task of high level training of its economists.

Faculty of Architecture (ÉPK)

Architecture is creative work straddling the border between both the artistic and engineering activities. The strength of traditional architect education lies in defining the balance between the two sides. This duality distinguishes the University architect diploma from other forms of diplomas and makes it unique in the academic world. The EU was the first to acknowledge and recognize the BME architectural engineering diploma without imposing any additional restrictions. 

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (GPK)

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering represents all the mechanical engineering activities of the country’s economy whilst keeping an eye on world trends.

Priority Research Areas

Sustainable energy Vehicle technology, transport and logistics

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