Coordination of industrial relations (KKIC)

Industrial relations (KKIC)

The mission of the Central Research and Industrial Relations Center (KKIC) at the faculty is to support significant material and life science research, operate the necessary instrumentation, perform research at an international level, participate in grants, involve students in research, and contribute to doctoral education. An important goal is the efficient operation of the available instrumentation, and making these tools and R&D services accessible to industrial and other external partners.

The central unit of the center is the 'Core facilities', which include research laboratories and supporting infrastructure. For industrial and other external partners, the research laboratories can offer services that encompass numerous experimental methods and measurement techniques. Our competencies include, among others, the application and development of modern analytical and material testing methods (electron microscopy examinations, Raman spectroscopy, electrochemical and electroanalytical tests, battery testing, laser diffraction methods, X-ray diffraction and X-ray fluorescence methods, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, electrochemical-mechanical and nanomechanical characterization, mass spectrometry methods, nuclear chemical methods, carbon dating, etc.), data analysis, modeling of the studied systems and processes, and solving R&D tasks with the available instrumentation.

The supporting infrastructure is made up of various workshops (glass technology, mechanical, electrical) where it is possible to order custom or small series manufactured devices. In addition to repairing commercially available products, the glass technology workshop also undertakes the creation of unique glass devices.



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Centrum manager: Kacskovics-Bucsi Judit 
Address: 1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C
Phone: +36-1-372-2684, +36-1- 372-2500/8075
E-mail: judit.kacskovics(kukac)