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Sándor Gergely Pesthy and Mihály Hömöstrei: Physics – IT based international student exchange program, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.1223 012005, (2019) Journal link

T Radnai, T Tóthné Juhász, A Juhász and P Jenei: Educational experiments with motion simulation programs: can gamification be effective in teaching mechanics?, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.1223 012006, (2019) Journal link

Z. Csernovszky, Á. Horvát: Organis solar cells and physics education, European Journal of Physics 39, 045804 (16pp), (2018)

Zs. Finta: Project-based ideas in optics for experimental activities using smartphones, Horizons of mathematics, physics and computer sciences 46, 2017.

M. Pető: Space research and mini-satellites in secondary high school, in: L. Bacsárdi, K. Kovács (ed.), Selected papers of the 3rd International Conference on Research, Technology and Education of Space (H-SPACE2017), Magyar Asztronautikai Társaság, Budapest, 2017., 16-8, pp. 44.48.

B. Leitner: Uncoordinated Collaboration Among Students, US-China Education Review B, 7, No. 3 (2017), pp. 126-133.

M. Gruiz, T. Meszéna, T. Tél: Chaotic or just complicated? Ball bouncing down the stairs, European Journal of Physics 38, 055003(15), (2017)

B. Leitner: Physical Examination of Natural Phenomena Game Theory, Probability Theory and Network Properties, International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences 4, Issue 4 (July 2017.), pp. 519-522.

A. I. V. Vörös and Zs. Sárközi: Physics escape room as an educational tool, AIP Conference Proceedings 1916, 050002 (2017)

Cs. Fülöp, Zs. Horváth: Discover a black hole in the classroom: the "Pear-Star" Project, in: G. T. Orosz (ed.): 11th International Symposium on Applied Informatics and Related Areas (AIS 2016), Óbudai Egyetem, Budapest, 2016., ISBN 978-615-5460-92-0, pp. 45-49.

P. Nagy, P. Tasnádi: Irregular chaos in a bowl, In: Ewa Dębowska, Tomasz Greczyło (ed.) Key Competences in Physics Teaching and Learning: Proceedings of GIREP EPEC 2015, Institute of Experimental Physics, Wrocław, 2016., ISBN:978-83-913497-1-7, pp. 262-269.

Tamás Stonawski, Tamás Gálik: Analysing simple motions using the Doppler effect— seeing sound, Phys. Educ. 52 (2017) 015002 (8pp)

Mária Pető: Measuring the speed of light , Astronomy at our Schools, EAAE-IAU Course on Astronomy Education, Loulé, Portugal, 2016, pp. 88-92

Mária Pető: Differential rotation of the sun using the sunspots, Astronomy at our Schools, EAAE-IAU Course on Astronomy Education, Loulé, Portugal, 2016, pp. 49-56

Enikő Bíróné Kabály: Galileo - the establisher of modern science, Understanding Science Webpage of Berkley University, 2014. (http://undsci.berkeley.edu/teaching/galileo.pdf)

Péter Nagy, Péter Tasnádi: Network of Zeeman Catastrophe Machines for investigation of complex systems, European Journal of Physics 35 (2014), Paper 045010, pp 18

Péter Nagy, Péter Tasnádi: Zeeman Catastrophe Machines as a toolkit for teaching chaos, European Journal of Physics 35 (2014), Paper 015018. 22 pp

Mária Pető: Experiments with Cansat, ICPE-EPEC 2013 Proceedings pp. 766-774

Tamás Meszéna: Chaos at High School, ICPE-EPEC 2013 Proceedings pp. 533-540 AND Scientia in Educatione Vol 8 (2017) pp. 238-246

Tibor Medvegy: Investigation of smart fluid properties in secondary school, ICPE-EPEC 2013 Proceedings pp. 1246-1253

Éva Oláh, Csilla Fülöp: Teaching particle physics in a research laboratory, ICPE-EPEC 2013 Proceedings pp. 844-851

Cs. Szakmány: Luminescence in Nature and in the Education, Physics Competitions Vol. 15 No 1 & 2 pp. 58-64 2013.

János Hegedűs: Towards green cars, Physics Competitions Vol 15 No 1 2013 p.52-57

Imre Kuczmann: Student´s Misconceptions in Mechanics and their Manifestation in a Survey, Physics Competitions Vol 15 No 1 2013 p.76-85

Tamás Stonawski: Can Sunlit Leaves With Liquid Drops On Their Surface Be Burnt?, Physics Competitions Vol 15 No 1 2013 p.41-51

Csaba Szakmány: Luminescence in Nature and in the Education, Physics Competitions Vol 15 No 1 2013 p.65-75

Anikó Tasnádi: Energy, Power and Climate Change in Physics Lessons, Physics Competitions Vol 15 No 1 2013 p.58-64

György Hudoba: Amazing magnetic balls, + video, Physics Education 48 (2013) 425-425.

Andrea Gróf: Integrating Aspects of Geography in Physics Teaching, Physics Competitions Vol 14 No 2 2012 p.49-58

György Hudoba: The HUNVEYOR-Project, Physics Competitions Vol 14 No 2 2012 p.66-74

Klára Baranyai: Thermo-Cam At Topic Week, Physics Competitions Vol 13 No 1 2011 p.38-48

Mihály Hömöstrei: Similarity And Dimensional Analaysis In High School, Physics Competitions Vol 13 No 1 2011 p.20-28

József Jaloveczki: Studying Non-linear And Chaotic Phenomena in High School, Physics Competitions Vol 13 No 1 2011 p.29-37

László Molnár, György Kovács: Experimentation With Ferromagnetic Materials Using Transformers, Physics Competitions Vol 13 No 1 2011 p.49-54

Ákos Szeidemann: Teaching Facilites Of Solar Energy In Secondary School, Physics Competitions Vol 13 No 1 2011 p.9-14

Dolores Csabai: The E-Learning Evolution In Teaching Physics, Physics Competitions Vol 12 No 2 2010

Ibolya Ságodi Döményné: Atmospheric Phenomena in Physics Teaching, Physics Competitions Vol 12 No 2 2010

Péter Nagy, Péter Tasnádi: Projectile solutions on Minkowski diagram, Il Nuovo Cimento Vol. 33. C, N. 3. pp. 157-161 (2010)

Balázs Vető: Gravity Probe B experiment and gravitomagnetism, European Journal of Physics 31 (2010) 1123-1130

Ibolya Ságodi Döményné, Péter Tasnádi: Atmospheric Physics As A Tool For Making Physics More Interesting For Students, Web and CD on MPTL14 Udine University, 2009.
(http://www.fisica.uniud.it/URDF/mptl14/ftp/full_text/T3_81_Tasnadi.pdf)

Péter Nagy, Péter Tasnádi: Fortune wheel as a tool for illustration the basic principles of statistical physics, Web and CD on MPTL14 Udine University, 2009.
(http://www.fisica.uniud.it/URDF/mptl14/ftp/full_text/T3_79_Tasnadi.pdf)