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In the two broadcasts presented in November, the head and deputy head of the Institute's Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence, József Váncza and Gábor Erdős, were interviewed, as well as two guest speakers, Paul Shore and Peter De Wolf.
On 11 December 2023, József Váncza, Head of the Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence at HUN-REN SZTAKI, gave an invited online presentation at the "AI for Good" lecture series sponsored by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in a session on the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in manufacturing. The event was followed by a worldwide audience and opened by UN Secretary-General António Guterres.
A kutatók ún. rendszer identifikációt végeztek a DJI M600 multikopter MATLAB szimulációs modelljének előállításához. A multikoptert magát az „Innovatív járműipari tesztelési és vizsgálati kompetenciák fejlesztése a nyugat-magyarországi régióban a zalaegerszegi Járműipari Tesztpálya infrastruktúrájára támaszkodva, GINOP-2.3.4-15-2020-00009” c. projekt biztosította.
The researchers of HUN-REN SZTAKI attended the launch meeting of the BATTwin project in Milan from 17 to 19 January. The host was the university Politecnico di Milano. The project is supported by CINEA.
With a result of 100%, Judit Mesterné Monostori, member of the Research Laboratory on Engineering and Management Intelligence (EMI) at SZTAKI, defended her PhD dissertation on December 8, 2023.
The German-Hungarian EUREKA project titled EARAS (Energy-aware robotic assembly systems) held its kick-off meeting in Budapest.
József Váncza, Head of HUN-REN SZTAKI's Engineering and Management Intelligence Research Laboratory, gave an invited plenary presentation at the 20th International Manufacturing Conference in China, IMCC 2023.
Researchers of HUN-REN SZTAKI’s Computational Optical Sensing and Processing Laboratory, namely Fehér Flóra, Róka Zita, Ákos Zarándy, and Péter Földesy, had presented a neonatal behavioral monitoring system jointly with the Hungarian leader incubator manufacturer, Medicor Elektronika Kft. in MEDICA, Düsseldorf.
At the central event of the European Robotics Week (ERW), video messages were played by institutes from the participating countries. In the videos, the coordinators from each country explained why they think ERW is important and what their country's highlights are.
The conference titled Open Science, Open Data in Hungary – The First Two Years of HUN-REN ARP took place on 16 November 2023, and was hosted by the HUN-REN Institute for Computer Science and Control (HUN-REN SZTAKI). During this event, attendees had the opportunity to explore presentations covering the historical background, current status, and future prospects of the HUN-REN Data Repository Platform (HUN-REN ARP).
Elisabeth Angyalka Ilie-Zudor, Head of the Intelligent Information Management group, and Director’a Consultant for EU projects at HUN-REN SZTAKI, will give a presentation titled "Lump sum budget planning at the proposal writing stage and implementation experiences".
In the framework of their career orientation day, fourth grade students of the Lágymányosi Bárdos Lajos Bilingual Primary School visited HUN-REN SZTAKI.
On 29 September 2023, the Institute participated in the event with ten programmes, which occupied several floors of two buildings. More than 300 visitors took part in the HUN-REN STUKI's demonstrations, which ranged from flying drones to an occasional hardware history exhibition, learning about industrial robots and trying out ageing clocks.
József Váncza, Head of the Research Laboratory of Engineering and Management Intelligence at HUN-REN SZTAKI, gave full-house presentation on the industrial application of digital twin technology at a gala conference on the twenty-five-year Hungarian success story of additive manufacturing (or 3D printing).
SZTAKI's Engineering and Management Intelligence Research Laboratory (EMI) and Hitachi Research and Development Group have a decades-long collaboration – a recent landmark in this relationship saw EMI staff visit two Hitachi facilities.
On 4 and 5 October 2023, the Building PREPAREDness with Collaborative Knowledge Platform, Gamification and Serious Game in Virtual Reality project held its project launch event. The event was attended by project participants from 15 partner institutions from 11 countries.
The exhibition titled "From the Past to the Future", which opened in 2022, can be visited on a virtual tour developed by the eLearning Department of HUN-REN SZTAKI.
The EGI-ACE project ended in the first half of 2023 and was praised by the reviewers during the recent EC review. One of its greatest highlights was the cloud integration programme that enabled the onboarding of the Hungarian scientific cloud into EOSC (European Open Science Cloud), resulting in a fully interoperable compute and storage system for data-intensive science within this new European e-infrastructure.
The 2023 International Academy of Engineering and Technology (AET) Symposium 2023 took place at HUN-REN SZTAKI from 31 August to 1 September 2023. The event featured presentations by international experts and a poster session was held in the Innovation and Demonstration Hall of SZTAKI. The three-day programme was co-organised and hosted by HUN-REN SZTAKI.
HUN-REN SZTAKI awaited its visitors with ten different programs, including a drone parade, an autonomous land vehicle, an interactive blockchain simulation, robots, aging clocks, baby monitoring, and a hardware history exhibition at the Researchers' Night on Friday 29 September 2023.