The Society for the Study of Emerging Markets held its annual EuroConference in collaboration with the Department of Finance on 6-8 July, 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.
On the top list of the “Science without Borders” programme for hosting Brazilian students both Hungary and the BME have received excellent ranking.
A new visual whiteboard software has been developed by a team of experts, some of whom graduated at BME. The application called Ziteboard has won an international startup competition.
In the meeting of the Cooperation Platform Of Central And East European Metropolitan Universities Of Technology held at the University of Technology, Budapest, the most recent research area of BME was also presented.
New virtual design laboratory at the BME Department of Machine and Product Design with the sponsorship of Knorr-Bremse Hungária.
A year after starting a new semester at the BME the Brazilian students have a clear impression about Hungary. They said that could be a country where they can imagine leading their lives.
We are taking a flexible and open-minded approach to their education, says László Dvorszki, Director of International Affairs. In our articles we are interviewing some of the students and the leader of the mentoring team.
Hungary was represented by three PhD students at World Forum of Young Scientists in Baku, one of them was Emőke Albert from Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Dr. Kalman Koczo gave a presentation on the “Revolution of Non-Conventional Hydrocarbon Production in the USA and the Application of Silicones in the Oilfield” on BME.