One of Fraunhofer Austria’s and SZTAKI’s joint ventures, the highly successful MLinPPC project was introduced at the IZT Expert Talk in Wattens, Tirol, as an example of applied research in practice.
During the two-day event, researchers from the two institutes presented their work and results, and Austrian and Hungarian participants outlined opportunities for cooperation.
Every year, the Association of Hungarian Women in Science organises Girls' Day.
The EPIC project is also discussed in the full-page portrait article.
The 11th and 12th grade students of the St. John the Baptist School Centre in Zsámbék, who are studying computer science, were hosted by the researchers of the EPIC project.
The Industry 4.0 National Technology Platform Association’s grand assembly was held at the new industrial campus of Bosch in Budapest.
The expo mainly focused on, and co-organized by the SZTAKI-coordinated Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory and Autonomous Systems National Laboratory.
SZTAKI held a three-week-long event series regarding the Hungarian Festival of Science annual celebration.
A group of sixth graders visited SZTAKI’s Innovation and Demonstration Space to try several scientific demonstrations on 9 December 2022.
The English-language event "How to make the most of the European Partnerships in Horizon Europe?", which will be held online on 7 November 2022.