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Research Centres

The next independent research centres are opearting within the framework of Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies.

Social Futuring Center (SFC)

Social Futuring Centre (SFC) is a multi-disciplinarian research unit of the Corvinus University’s Institute for Advanced Studies. Social futuring is a term and method formulated by the Centre. Social futuring is the feature of a social entity signifying its capacity, ability and fitness to envision and enact changes and so to prepare itself for the beneficial managing of the future. Social futuring is a measure of the creative awareness and intent a social entity (e.g. a family, a community, a city, a country, a region, etc.) needs to rationalize its present and future potential, set common goals, resiliently adapt to and cope with changes, and perform its vision while sustaining its orientation towards the future. The aims of the SFC are to develop the conceptual and normative framework of social futuring studies, to construct the Social Futuring Index (SFI) and to manage the ConNext 2050 research project.

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Research Centre for Supplier and Industrial Development

The Research Centre for Supplier and Industrial Development (Beszállítói és Ipari Kutatóközpont – BIK) searches for the state-of-the-art, forward-looking and relevant responses to the academic and practical challenges of the 21 st century’s intensive industries in Hungary. The mission of the BIK is to make future students (economists, engineers, designers, etc.), who are eager to know more about or to work for the industrial branch, be equipped with the knowledge and the way of thinking that meets the expectations of the private sector. They include the results in their education programs, and publish these information in academic journals, and as part of their reach activities, in newspapers and educational periodicals.

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NETI Lab

The economy is changing. Jobs are disappearing while creative careers are booming across the globe. Today’s economy is more turbulent, technological, and connected than ever before. It is centered on knowledge intense teams, global connections, andnew modes of work and life that are reshaping the way in which people source talent and do business. Networks, Technology, & Innovation (NETI) Lab is a group established in 2020 at the Corvinus Institute of Advanced Studies. Our research focuses on the impact of networks, innovation, and technologies on work and society.

Corvinus Centre for Operations Research (CCOR)

The Corvinus Centre for Operations Research (CCOR), established in September 2020, is one of the member research centres of the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies, Corvinus University of Budapest. CCOR aims to promote the scientificquantitative approach in solving complex problems by pursuing theoretical andapplied research in the domain of operations research.

The members of CCOR currently focus on researchtopics from the following main areas of Operations Research:

  • DecisionTheory,
  • GameTheory,
  • Modelling,and
  • Optimization

The members of CCOR are active in teaching andsupervising graduate students at the Institute of Mathematical and Statistical Modelling, Corvinus University of Budapest.

Faculty

Dr. Eisenberg-Nagy Marianna marianna.eisenberg-nagy@uni-corvinus.hu Matematikai és Statisztikai Modellezés Intézet / Operációkutatás és Aktuáriustudományok Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
E épület, 73
Pintér Miklós pmiklos@uni-corvinus.hu Matematikai és Statisztikai Modellezés Intézet / Operációkutatás és Aktuáriustudományok Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
Sóház, 201/B
Phone: +36 1 482 7455 • Ext: 7455
Dr. Solymosi Tamás tamas.solymosi@uni-corvinus.hu Matematikai és Statisztikai Modellezés Intézet / Operációkutatás és Aktuáriustudományok Tanszék
Egyetemi tanár / Professor
Sóház, 202/B
Phone: +36 1 482 7457 • Ext: 7457
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