The First Laser Equipment at ELI-ALPS in Szeged is in Operation
'Three of the eight major laser systems have already arrived at ELI-ALPS in Szeged, and for one of them the on-site testing has already been successfully completed', said Károly Osvay, Directory of Research and Technology. 'These laser systems are unique, such devices cannot be found anywhere else in the world', he continued at a press conference held at the institution’s scientific opening.
From intern to engineer: interview with László Tarr
Why did you choose the engineering profession? It was in high school when I first came into contact with the profession when we were getting acquainted with the beauty of electronics and built our first working electric circuits in the labs. Later as we progressed we practiced building not only...
Youth and Innovation
Results of the 26th National Youth Science and Innovation Talent Competition were announced at the end of May. Congratulations to all the participants and prize winners, and I appreciate that instead of playing on consoles or being engrossed in Internet entertainment, they are using their free time to make their own ideas a reality. The detailed results were reported by numerous media sources, so instead here I would like to draw attention to some of the more interesting things I have seen as a member of the jury.
The evopro in support of young talent
Students from the Industrial Secondary School of Komárno had a visit to the Budapest headquarters of evopro for the fifth time. Six students of the school were granted an opportunity by the “Erasmus+” education and training program to gain practical experience abroad in their field of study.
Working on Digital Production Technologies
In February 2017 the National Research, Development and Innovation Office has published its call for the “Competitiveness and Excellence in Cooperations” program. The goal of the program is to encourage long-term, strategic partnerships between domestic enterprises, research institutes and higher education institutions, which will result in commercially available scientific achievements to address the problems of economic and social life.
To Which Way does the Arrowhead Point?
We live in the world of technology. Our pockets, our briefcases, our cars, our homes and our workplaces are full of computers with different capabilities. Just look around and you’ll be amazed at how many smart devices we are using in our everyday lives. Most of these devices are connected to the Internet somehow, so it’d be reasonable to expect that they can all speak to each other. But that’s not the reality. Different manufacturers and diverse applications ensure that system integration in the world of Internet of Things (IoT) is not a simple task.
Following Startup Trends
According to the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH) there are about 1.7 million businesses operating in Hungary, of which about 600,000 are companies. Actual new companies are founded each year on a scale of 30 thousand, but roughly the same number of them disappear every year, too.
Bátaszék’s First Charging Station
An evopro charger was inaugurated during the Bátaszék Wine Days, so it is now possible to charge electric vehicles in this town of Tolna county, too. Bátaszék received a special prize of HUF 1 million from evopro because it signed up the most people for the National Wine Marathon in 2016, an event that promotes Hungarian wines, the Hungarian countryside and Hungarian sports.