4 Mar
Industry 4.0 solutions will also be discussed.
Apr 2020

Are you interested in robotics? If so, you are in luck!

Visit Győr city and the Széchenyi István University on Wednesday, April 8, 2020!

This meeting is for anyone who would like to learn technology, programming, robotics, artificial intelligence as a pastime, or career.

Nov 2019

Stepán Gábor

The next lecture of the Rudolf E. Kálmán Distinguished Lecturer Program will be held at SZTAKI by professor Gábor Stépán on Parameter sensitivity in time-delay systems

The language of the lecture will be Hungarian. 

Date: Monday, nov. 18th, 2019 - 16:00

Oct 2019

On 30 of October, our colleague, János Nacsa will give a presentation on "Industry 4.0 Solutions in Robotics" at the VFP SYSTEMS' Industry 4.0 Road Show in Győr, Széchenyi István University, Management Campus, the entrance is free but pre-registration is necessary.

Oct 2019

The most essential augmented and virtual reality conference and expo the 4th annual AWE EU was invited our colleague Peter Kovacs to give a speech on open-source virtual reality software library called ApertusVR. Speakers were selected from the World’s leading IT companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon so we are proud to introduce SZTAKI’s innovation ApertusVR in that great line-up.

Nov 2018
The first Cloudifacturing review meeting and its rehearsal takes place in Brussels between 21-23 of November, 2018 with 40 participants.
Apr 2018
Meet the start-up companies, learn more about their ideas and priorities, see prototypes, listen to presentations.
Aug 2017

A "Key Technologies of Cloud Integration Platform for Mobile Environment" c. háromoldalú (kínai-angol-magyar) együttműködés keretében a Párhuzamos és Elosztott Rendszerek Kutatólaboratórium egésznapos workshopot tart, melyre minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk!

Jul 2017

We are pleased to invite you all to the Summer School and Workshop: Bridging the Gap Between Engineering, Mathematics and Computational Science - Uncertainty Quantification, Parameter Identification, and Challenges in Engineering Computations.

Recommended particularly to Ph.D. and advanced master’s students, engineers, and researchers with civil/mechanical/chemical engineering or computer science background. Application oriented physicists and mathematicians are also welcome.

Jun 2017

The ICAGT 2017: 19th International Conference on Algorithmic Game Theory aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Algorithmic Game Theory. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Algorithmic Game Theory.