jDPG Exchange Program
You can fill the application form here for the Exchange 2019 program.
During the competition the participants have 10 days to solve a set of physical problems. The competition is individual and international. To solve the problems, one needs intuitive physical thinking, not routine problem solving methods. They are independent and intellectual products as they have never been published before.
The aim of this competition is to encourage students to be creative. They have to solve tasks in which they have to plan and execute physical problems. It is a team competition and stands far from the standard universal problem solving competitions. At this contest participants experience that they cannot succeed without collaboration. Here they find themselves with such a realistic problems which need serious creativity.
Mafihe National Lecturer Competition
Here you can present any scientific lecture in 15 minutes. It is a wonderful opportunity to train the delivery of the students. The lectures are judged by university professors.
The Winter School consists of a three-day-long lecture series which are on the hottest topics in the field of Physics. Our aim is to encourage students to ask for and get knowledge beyond the obligatory curriculum. The lecturers are famous Hungarian scientists who represent the latest researches. In 2013 the School was about Quantum Physics and the number of the participants was over one hundred.
The aim of our Summer School is to broaden the purview of physic students. During the international, one-week-long event Hungarian and foreign scientists give lectures in several sections. In the last few years, the main topics were concentrated around the most current fields.
Our trip to CERN is a great opportunity for students to gain more insight into the research life and activity of Western European institutions such as Institute Laue-Langevin (ILL) European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) and École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
During the tour, we participate in lectures and visit the most important experimental sites.