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.
The purpose of Baku World Forum of Young Scientists was to collect young scientists and researchers interested in finding adequate replies to new challenges, facilitate professional dialogue and promote new experiences and new ideas.
The main topic of the Forum was "New Challenges in the World Science: Joint Approaches of Young Scientists”.
The following five sessions were hold simultaneously: Technical Sciences; Medicine, Biology and Chemistry; Ecology, Earth and Agriculture; Economy and Sociology; History, Philosophy and Culture.
More than 300 participants from 95 countries participated in the Forum. Hungary was represented by three PhD students selected from the applicants by the Organizing Committee:
- Emőke Albert from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science (Medicine, Biology and Chemistry)
- László Kövér from the University of Debrecen (Ecology, Earth and Agriculture)
- Krzysztof Nesterowicz, National University of Public Service (Technical Sciences)
Baku World Forum of Young Scientists 2014 was organized in Baku, Azerbaijan 26-31 May 2014 by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Azerbaijan Young Scientists, Postgraduate and Masters Union (AYSPMU) with the organizational support of Eurodoc.