IYL-unesco lead

2015. szeptember 23-án rendezték meg a 10. jubileumi Európai Kutatók Éjszakáját a brüsszeli Autoworldben. Európából 280 város vett részt az eseményen.

A rendezvényen 26 kiállítást lehetett megtekinteni, ahol a Pannon Egyetemet Dr. Szabó Ferenc, a Villamosmérnöki és Információs Rendszerek Tanszék adjunktusa képviselte, egy, a Fény Évéhez kapcsolódó bemutatóval.

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MOL Group in co-operation with the University of Pannonia, Faculty of Information Technology offers candidates the possibility to acquire sound knowledge of professional, market leading software and experience complex operations right inside the oil industry.


This full-time postgraduate course (two semesters) is for candidates who hold a corresponding BSc, MSc or equivalent degrees obtained in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering, information technology, applied mathematics, economics or business administration. Advanced level English is a must and some working, particularly industrial experience would be an advantage. PIMS Academy runs biannually.

The program’s goal is to educate specialists in petroleum industry for MOL Group, who are able to deal with supply chain management (SCM) business activities, modeling and optimizing the entire value chain, exploiting the maximum capabilities of refining, logistics, commercial and petrochemicals.

The program provides marketable professional education on a full-time basis. MOL Group gives substantial financial support to the curriculum and participants will be offered a uniform incentive system during the course. Candidates with outstanding performances will have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic and international team of MOL Group.

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Apply for PIMS Academy 2015 until May 8, 2015 via the MOL Group Career page on LinkedIn under ‘PIMS Academy Participant’.

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Dr. Jirí Klemes, professor of Faculty of Information Technology and co-authors received recognition for "top cited papers for 2011 and 2012" from Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy.

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Interview with Shahram Shafie, Chief Technology Officer for Green Source Holdings, who says even human resource management can use p-graph.

The Kansas State University professor visited  a P-graph conference by Faculty of Advance Technologies in Veszprem, Hungary.




New experiences…”


It was a very useful conference with all the people actively involved and interested in the P-graph. We had all the people active in the area and not all of them had background knowledge in engineering or in informatics, therefore their approach toward P-graph is totally different. I never had that experience before so it was interesting to me.


Solve the network…”


In everyday life p-graph can help to totally maximize city traffic system. For instance in Veszprém you have music festivals in the summer that brings lots of people into one location of the town. By estimating the number of people who have come to the festival and using P-graph we can make all the roads in one direction with getting out people really quick. Even human resource management can use p-graph, just by putting mathematical values and level of activities for each person. By solving the network you can figure out who is overloaded or not having enough assignments.


“Different approaches…”


One of the main benefits of the conference was that we could see all the active people from the area in one place – not all of them had for instance engineering background, therefore their approach to p-graph is totally different. It was interesting to me, because while working with Ferenc Friedler, Botond Bertok and their team we were all thinking and looking into the same direction.


Diversity is really important…”


The future of p-graph brings more diversity through people from different fields. Most importantly they have to understand the concept. For example if traffic engineers come to the understanding of the p-graph, they can do a better job. We can create a training material as a starting point, we just need to simplify the language which is now very mathematical.


“Failure is essential…”


Failure is an essential part of work, like when you are riding the bike and fell down. It is part of the nature. When a baby starts walking and falls its an obvious part of the process, you never tell the baby “you cannot walk because you fell down”. We learn from the mistakes and the next work is better than the first one.


Heriberto Cabezas, associate professor of our faculty and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), presented approaches for analysis of complex systems such as the energy-water-food nexus at the AIChE's World Café during the Annual Meeting. He sat down with ChEnected to discuss some of the basic concepts.

"There isn’t a universal solution that works everywhere; we have to tailor solutions to be as specific as possible." For more information on the topic check out the video below.


20141030 190001Prof. János Schanda and his colleagues at Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Research Laboratory take part in the EU-funded project for new lighting of Sistine Chapel in Vatican.

The Sistine Chapel is now illuminated by a novel lighting solution with more than 7,000 LEDs enabling high quality, realistic appearance of the frescos. The role of the Virtual Environment and Imaging Technologies Research Laboratory was to determine the LED spectral power distribution in order to

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