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Research Week 2024 February: Connect – Share – Inspire

Science enthusiasts can seize an excellent opportunity to learn cutting-edge research results between February 5 and 9 during the Research Week.
2024.02.05. 09:00 – 2024.02.09. 17:00
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

Venue: Corvinus University, Main Building 

Date: 04-09 February 2024 

Time: 9.00 – 17.00 

Language: Hungarian, English, German 

Within Building E of Corvinus University, 30 diverse programs await University citizens, researchers, and students, all designed in the spirit of Connect – Share – Inspire. In-person and hybrid programs include events in Hungarian, English and German. There are numerous exciting workshops, roundtable discussions and book launches to choose from. 

Tuesday will shine a spotlight on research centers, including but not limited to Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, the Tourism and Mobility Center, the Corvinus Fintech Center, and the Business Ethics Center. On Thursday, the stage will belong to the PhD students of Corvinus Doctoral Schools, as they present their latest research results and innovative projects. 

Within the array of programs, the roundtable discussion titled “What AI Can Teach Us In Terms Of Human Development” promises to captivate attendees, delving into the relationship between artificial intelligence and ethical leadership.  

Among the featured workshops is “Optimum est optimum” hosted by the Corvinus Centre for Operation Research (CCOR). This session will provide an introduction to the latest research within the field, featuring the esteemed presence of Corvinus University’s newly appointed world-renowned professor, Yurii Nesterov. 

Programs offered by ERGO aim to guide individuals interested in becoming EU grant evaluators and provide valuable insights in navigating through the diverse application opportunities available for young researchers. 

During Friday’s thematic day, titled “Boosting Corvinus Research Visibility Globally,” external experts and university colleagues will collaboratively share their experiences and best practices related to participating in international consortia amid EU sanctions. The discussions will also focus on strategies for enhancing international visibility and achieving success in the submission of international grant applications. Additionally, the Head of the Department at NRDIO will provide a comprehensive presentation detailing the office’s portfolio of international support programs for 2024. 

The end of the Research Week will be marked by a closing lunch for which registration remains open until Tuesday, February 6 2024.  

The detailed program and further information can be found here: Program List. 

Connect – Share – Inspire in science! 

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