One of the most important tasks of governing bodies in sports is to distribute the revenue generated by all participants in a fair way. László Csató, a research fellow of the Labora-tory on Engineering and Management Intelligence, Research Group of Operations Re-search and Decision Systems – together with his PhD student, Dóra Gréta Petróczy (Cor-vinus University of Budapest) – has written a paper on this topic entitled “Revenue allo-cation in Formula One: a pairwise comparison approach”, which has recently appeared in International Journal of General Systems.
“One of the main goals of the Cooperative Doctoral Program is to expand the number of research-development-innovation employees – mostly in mathematics, natural sciences, engineering and information technology – whom are about to amplify their knowledge with the most up to date scientific results, and also engaged about to use their profession to gain social and economic benefits” – says the official site of the program.
Csató László, a research fellow of the Laboratory on Engineering and Management Intelligence, Research Group of Operations Research and Decision Systems has recently written a book on this topic, which is part of the Palgrave Pivots in Sports Economics series under the title “Tournament Design (How Operations Research Can Improve Sport Rules)”.
How to model production and logistic processes? Where to use simulation modelling at all? Should we even? These questions were all addressed during a full day training of EPIC Centre of Excellence that took place on the 20th of November.
Róbert Lovas presented online during the December Science Meetup event to talk about the details of how SZTAKI and Wigner Research Centre for Physics were using ELKH Cloud to model the spread of the coronavirus.
HunCERT held a three-day long communications training that began on the 19th of October. After simulating attacks against service providers’ web servers, emergence of phishing pages aiming the pandemic situation had also been simulated. Experts measured the rapidness of reaction times during attack.
SZTAKI and Integrity Kft. held a co-organized cybersecurity webinar on the 19th of November 2020. MELASZ and RSOE were also participated the public event. More than a hundred viewers followed the webinar.
Goal of the EGI Federation is to ship open and advanced solutions in the fields of computing and data analysis for international research and innovation. To achieve this, the Federation combines the infrastructure, services and proficiency of its members, covering as many fields as possible, while also supporting cooperation abroad.
Research fellow and IT engineer Gianfranco Pedone became a member of IFAC CC 5 - Cyber-Physical Manufacturing Enterprises cluster, "Integration and Interoperability of Enterprise Systems" Technical Committee (TC 5.3).
Professor József Bokor, science director of SZTAKI and academic of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, was awarded the Szabó András award by the Ministry of Internal Affairs Science Committee during the celebrational closure of the Hungarian Science Festival 2020 on the 27th of November 2020.
SZTAKI, Wigner Research Centre for Physics and Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH) held its professional gathering titled “ELKH Cloud in service of science: past, present, future” on Zoom and Youtube due to the pandemic on the 28th of October 2020.
A keynote lecture about multi-sensorial environment perception has been given at the International Conference on Robotics, Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems (ROBOVIS), by Csaba Benedek, a researcher of the Machine Perception Research Laboratory (MPLab).
It only takes fifteen minutes to fill the questionnaire about company digitalization conducted by Fraunhofer Institute, ENRICH - European Network of Research and Innovation Centers and Hubs and EPIC - Excellence Center in Production Informatics and Control to value the digital staging of one company.