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Research Week 2023: Connect – Share – Inspire

2023-06-02 13:56:27

With nearly thirty lectures, discussions, workshops, and forums, the Research Week welcomes the university community, including the faculty, researchers, and students of Corvinus University, from June 12th to 16th, both in person and online.

Colorful programs, workshops, research-related discussions, and many other activities await participants during the 5-day event from June 12th to 16th, 2023. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights into the recently completed or ongoing research projects of various institutes, departments, research centers, and researchers.  

There will be numerous opportunities to gather information about available grant opportunities, including the Marie Curie Actions program, the ERC Grants program, and the grant possibilities within the Horizon Europe program’s Widening Work Program. 

Thursday will start with the CIAS workshop, followed by the presentation of António Marques Bessa’s methodology on Foreign Policy Analysis, then the focus will be on AI and the future of work. 

On the closing day of the Research Week, we cordially invite researchers, educators, participants, and speakers of Corvinus University to two exciting presentations at the Faculty Club starting from 10:00. The topics will include the wide spectrum of science communication, followed by an introduction to the current trends in the European Research Area. Be advised that both programs will be held in Hungarian.  

To conclude the week, we will host a reception, extending a warm welcome to everyone from 13:00 PM at the Faculty Club. This gathering provides an excellent opportunity for networking and sharing experiences from the week. 

To participate in Friday programs, please register here before 4:00 p.m. on June 9. 

We warmly welcome all interested parties with colorful and interesting programs between June 12-16., 2023 during the Research Week! 

You can read more about the programs and locations on the Research Week website. 
 

Inquiries: 

Viola Horváth 

viola.horvath@uni-corvinus.hu 

+36 30 985 0853 

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