The mathematical, historical and personal background of code-breaking discussed at one of the key events of the Hungarian Science Festival.
IBM’s experts help local organisations, among them BME’s Centre for University-Industry Cooperation (FIEK) within the company’s international innovation knowledge transfer programme.
BME hosted this year’s Budapest Climathon, a 24-hour hackathon, which focused on proposals to promote the environmentally friendly use and liveability of the riverbanks of the Danube.
The special reading glove designed by BME’s students for the visually impaired was selected as the second most innovative device at the international finale of this year’s Falling Walls Lab competition.
Participants of BME’S and ILL’s joint programme learnt about the wide array of neutron scattering study opportunities and the benefits of joining the ILL network.
The dean, teaching staff and students from the Faculty of Architecture participated in a professional collaboration with Philippe Prost, Parisian professor of architecture who visited Hungary at the invitation of the French Institute of Budapest.
BME’s students won a gold and silver medal, and gained life-long professional experiences at the EuroSkills 2018 competition.
Another group of young researchers holding scholarships under the soon to be concluded PANTHER project return with valuable professional experiences from the other end of the world.
BME hosted a large scale international conference. The event attracted high ranking officials, university leaders, scientists and professors from 24 countries in 5 continents.