European Robotics Week (ERW) has broken all records from previous years with over 800 events. The ERW offered one week of various interactive robotics related programs across Europe for the general public.
Our laboratory pays special attention to provide an opportunity and a up-to-date environment for the representatives of the next generation so that they can gain industrial-like experience along their theoretical education. Thanks to our co-operation with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, project tasks, scientific student research and theses are made with the supervision of our lab’s staff on our research infrastructure, which is constantly being developed together with the students.
It is hard to describe the deep sorrow we feel for the loss of Gary Balas, Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Member of the Hungarian Engineering Academy. He left us on November 12 at his age of 54.
With more than 90 participating organisations in 21 European countries and over 200 robotics related activities offered for the public, the second European Robotics Week was a tremendous success!We had our joint Hungarian event on the 27th, Tuesday 13.30-16.00. Now We report only about the CIM Research Lab. of SZTAKI, the coordinator. We made everything as planned, see the lefthand side of www.eurobotics.sztaki.hu. Naturally one could reach our web-site from the www. eurobotics-project.eu as well.
SZTAKI Szótár has received Lifetime Achievement Award in the „Excellent Hungarian Online Content eFestival 2012” competition, organized by Informatika a Társadalomért Egyesület (Association of Informatics for Society). The Award Ceremony was held on November 7, 2012 in Balatonfüred, in the frame of Info Tér Conference. Prominent representatives of the Hungarian Content Industry honored the activity of MTA SZTAKI Department of Distributed Systems (MTA SZTAKI DSD) led by dr.
Last Friday night in September is dedicated again to curiosity for the sciences: Researchers’ Night – supported by the EU – is a popular pan-European event giving the opportunity to meet science and have a glimpse behind the scenes through “fun” activities. It also aims at showing the public, and mainly young people the advantages of pursuing a research career. As more and more organizations have joined this event since it started in 2005, this September nearly sixty institutes, laboratories and museums welcome visitors in Hungary.