The Doctoral School of Information Science and Technology invites those who are interested to Karim Ben Alaya’s complex exam. The exam takes place on 17th June.

Venue: room number 415, 10 am. The two main topics of his exams are Image and signal processing and Theory of computation II.

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We would like to express our congratulation to our students on their high achievements at OTDK (National Scientific Student Conference).

9 of our students submitted application to two sessions of the conference.

 

Please, find below those who have been awarded:

Session in informatics:

III. prize:

Zsuzsanna Nagy: Folyamatbányászati módszerek alkalmazása gyártási folyamat elemzéséhez a hatékonyság növelése céljából

her supervisor: Ágnes Werner-Stark

thumb talarsapkaThe Doctoral School of Information Science and Technology invites those who are interested to Mostafa Elgendy’s complex exam. The exam takes place on 17th June.

Venue: room number 415, 10 am. The two main topics of his exams are Biomedical and health care informatics and Theory of computation II.

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Two of our colleagues delivered lecture at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 22nd May. One lecture was delivered by Professor György Kozmann titled „Eredmények a hazai egészségügyi informatikában, az alapkutatástól az ipari megvalósításig”, the other one was delivered by Dr. István Vassányi titled „Életmód-támogatás telemedicinális eszközökkel krónikus betegek számára”.

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Students and some teachers from an Italian, from a Greek, from a Lithuanian and from a Transylvanian secondary school visited our faculty in the framework of „Key to the Future - Collaboration in Robotics for Modern Education” KA2 strategic Erasmus+ programme on 4th April 2019.

The aim of the programme is to explore the importance of robotics for youngsters. Dr. Attila Magyar welcomed the visitors and delivered them a lecture about robotics.

Veronika Szücs defended her PhD thesis successfully on 20th May, so she gained PhD title.

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We are expressing our congratulations on her success!

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 Our colleague, Dr. Ferenc Pintér has been awarded MOL Master- M Award. He has been active in the mathematical talent recruitment for decades. He founded the Pál Erdős Mathematical Student Recruiting Centre, he introduced the International Kangaroo Mathematical Competition in Hungary. His students always perform well at mathematical competitions, they continue their studies at universities. His preciseness is outstanding, he is a decisive personality for his students. He was

dr. Batıkan Erdem Demír from Karabuk University delivered two lectures to our colleagues and to our students; one on 6th May, whose title was „Autonomous Trajectory and Object Tracking with Quadrotor (Drone)", the other one on 7th May titled „Embedded System Programming”.

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