Budapest University (BME), Hungary
Budapest University of Technology and Economics host more than 110 departments and institutes which operate within the structure of 8 faculties. About 1100 lecturers, 400 researchers and other degree holders and numerous invited lecturers and practising expert specialists participate in education and research at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Approximately 800 of the university's 14 000 students are from 50 countries abroad. The Budapest University of Technology and Economics issues about 70% of Hungary's engineering degrees.
In 2011 the Sensors and Microfluidics Lab has mainly biomedical engineers among the staff and is embedded in an environment dominated by electrical engineers at the Department of Electronics Technology. The major advantage of the Lab/Department is its sophisticated equipment and tool-set (including 3D printing, Printed Circuit Board production, laser ablation workstations, electronics assembly equipments, failure analysis instruments, like Atomic Force Microscopy, 2.5 D X-ray microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy etc.) and several years of experience related to the development and prototyping of instrumentation electronics, mechatronics and software/firmware.