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Graduation Ceremony 2024 Summer

The Graduation Ceremony of the Faculty of Information Technology of the University of Pannonia will be held on 3rd July 2024 at 11:00 am.

Fill the survey and join to the University of Pannonia’s new alumni network!

In a bid to strengthen ties between past and present students, University of Pannonia is reinventing its international alumni network. This initiative aims to create a platform for networking, mentorship, and professional development.

Intensive incubation program

Join the 3 month intensive incubation program and launch your startup journey!

EUMaster4HPC : Call for applications for the next generation of European experts in supercomputing

Students can now apply to EUMaster4HPC, the first pan-European Master programme in High Performance Computing (HPC).Through online and on-site courses, leading European specialists in HPC are training the next generation of supercomputing experts.

Advanced Nonlinear Control Methods: Theory and applications (PhD Course)

The aim of this condensed 4-day PhD course is to introduce basic notions in nonlinear systems and control to interested students.

Following several years of joint research and cooperation between the IBM and the Faculty, the IBM research center was founded in 2010. The Center, which provides the environment necessary for implementing the joint projects, carries out basic research related to developing new applications and functions of their world leading software products. Major areas of the cooperation are system optimization and examination of cloud-based computing architectures. The application of system optimization covers a large field including production, logistic and business processes. The optimization and cloud-based architectures constitute the building blocks of the intelligent cities of the near future. The modeling knowledge necessary for the intelligent city projects run by the IBM are provided by the Faculty.

Head of the Center: Dr. Botond Bertók, Associate Professor (e-mail: bertok@dcs.uni-pannon.hu)

Major Projects:

  • Creating cloud-based intelligent IT services in joint cooperation between IBM Hungary and the University of Pannonia
  • Creating the methodology and pilot application of operation processes in self-governments, further developing IT systems with the introduction of cloud-based technologies
  • Setting up cloud-based intelligent IT services.