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161 tétel
  • 2018. december 13.
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  • 2018. december 6.
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    CEU Open House 2018

    Round-table discussion about the US elections with the Department of Political Science: Levente Littvay, Associate Professor; Gabor Simonovits, Assistant Professor; Reza Almaee, MA Student

  • 2018. december 6.
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    CEU Open House 2018

    Round-table discussion with the Department of Legal Studies: Understanding the Challenges of a Globalized World

  • 2018. december 6.
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    CEU Open House 2018

    Meet CEU students: a question-and-answer session with students from all departments

  • 2018. október 12.
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  • 2018. október 18.
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  • 2018. október 9.
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    Finance@CEU - Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Central Bank Digital Money

    Speaker: David Andolfatto, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    David Andolfatto is a Vice President in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. He was a professor of economics at the University of Waterloo (1991-2000) and Simon Fraser University (2000-2009), before joining the Fed in July 2009. Dr. Andolfatto has published several articles in the profession's leading economic journals; including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, and the Journal of Economic Theory. He has been invited as a visiting scholar to central banks around the world; including the Bank of Canada, the Bank of Japan, La Banca de la Republica (Colombia), De Nederlandsche Bank, along with a number of Federal Reserve Banks. In 2009, he was awarded the prestigious Bank of Canada Fellowship Award for his contributions in the area of money, banking, and monetary policy. Dr. Andolfatto is a native of Vancouver, Canada and received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Western Ontario in 1994.

  • 2018. szeptember 25.
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    Debate on the book 'The Idea of Central Europe'

    "The Idea of Central Europe: Geopolitics, Culture and Regional Identity" by Otilia Dhand

  • 2018. augusztus 10.
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  • 2018. július 4.
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    Dominique Berod (WMO)

    Water management: good data for good decisions

  • 2018. július 5.
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    Zoltan Vekerdy (ITC)

    Water management workflos in qGIS Part2

  • 2018. július 5.
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    Stuart Frye (NASA)

    Integration of Global and Local Flood Products

  • 2018. július 31.
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    Zoltan Vekerdy (ITC)

    Water management workflows in qGIS

  • 2018. július 2.
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    Douglas Cripe (GEO)

    Earth Observations for sustainable water management

  • 2018. július 3.
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    András Szöllösi-Nagy (UNESCO)

    DRR in water management: Real-time forecasting models in flood risk reduction

  • 2018. július 3.
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    Robert Backhaus (UN-SPIDER, rtd.)

    Geospatial Information Products for Disaster and Risk Management

  • 2018. július 3.
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    Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)

    Copernicus Emergency Management Service

  • 2018. július 3.
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    Elizaveta Khazieva (Roscartographia)

    Earth Engine cloud computing for water management

  • 2018. július 6.
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    Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)

    International Charter "Space and Major Disasters"

  • 2018. július 4.
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    Vasko Popovski (UNDP)

    Big Data for sustainable water management

  • 2018. július 5.
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    Stuart Frye (NASA)

    Flood Monitoring and Forecasting Systems - Part1

  • 2018. július 5.
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    Stuart Frye (NASA)

    Flood Monitoring and Forecasting Systems - Part2

  • 2018. július 4.
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    Dominique Berod (WMO)

    Water management: good data for good decisions

  • 2018. június 27.
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    Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)

    Disaster Management support mechanims: Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) of the European Commission

  • 2018. június 27.
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    Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)

    UN-SPIDER: a unique United Nations programme bridging disaster managers with space solutions

  • 2018. június 28.
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    Jeff Baranyi (esri)

    Modern GIS Best Practices for Disaster Response: Lessons Learned from Past Events

  • 2018. június 27.
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    Ed Parsons (Google)

    Beyond the map... Disasters in the age of Ambient Location

  • 2018. június 26.
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    Olaf Neussner (GIZ)

    Suitability mapping and Harmonization of early warning systems

  • 2018. június 28.
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    Iain MacInnes & Alex Gow (Digital Globe)

    VHR Satellite Data, Platforms and Analytics for Disaster Management. How the cloud and crowd can enable rapid response

  • 2018. június 28.
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    Lorant Czaran (UNOOSA)

    Disaster Response support mechanisms: International Charter Space and Major Disasters

  • 2018. június 26.
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    Armen Grigoryan (UNDP)

    Sendai Framework for DRR 2015 -2030: An instrument for achieving risk-resilient developement

  • 2018. június 27.
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    Cecilia Aipira (UNDP)

    How innovations improve links of DRR with CC+

  • 2018. június 26.
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    Ben Slay (UNDP senior advisor)

    SDG nationalization, example of 2 countries from the region using MAPS missions

  • 2018. június 25.
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    Ben Slay (UNDP senior advisor)

    Sustainable development and the SDGs

  • 2018. június 25.
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    Armen Grigoryan

    Delivering on the SDGs - Disasters and Changing Climate

  • 2018. június 28.
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    Andras Szollosi-Nagy (UNESCO)

    DRR in water management: Real-time forecasting models in flood risk reduction

  • 2018. április 5.
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    InfoSession

    Department of Economics and Business

  • 2018. március 6.
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    Info Session

    Department of Economics and Business

  • 2018. május 8.
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    CEU’s Innovation Ecosystem - Info Session

    Hosted by Student Recruitment Office at Central European University

  • 2018. június 14.
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  • 2018. május 23.
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  • 2018. május 4.
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    CEU Welcome Afternoon

    May 4, 2018

  • 2018. április 25.
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    Hate Speech Monologues

    Roma Week 2018

  • 2018. április 26.
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  • 2018. április 6.
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  • 2018. április 6.
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  • 2018. április 5.
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  • 2018. április 5.
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  • 2018. április 5.
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  • 2018. április 5.
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  • 2018. április 4.
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  • 2018. április 17.
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  • 2018. április 4.
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  • 2018. április 3.
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  • 2018. február 22.
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  • 2018. február 26.
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    Disaster Risk Reduction & SDGs: Trends and linkages

    Armen Grigoryan (UNDP Regional Centre for Europe and CIS)

  • 2018. február 15.
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    Disaster Management in the age of Ambient Location

    Ed Parsons (Google Geospatial Technologist)

  • 2018. február 13.
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    Earth Observations for Disaster Resilience

    Douglas Cripe (GEO Secretariat)

  • 2018. január 23.
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  • 2017. november 21.
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  • 2017. október 10.
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  • 2018. január 25.
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  • 2018. január 24.
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  • 2018. január 24.
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  • 2018. január 24.
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  • 2018. január 24.
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    The Ethics of Self Driving Cars

    Pranav Ambardekar, Zsombor Koman, Peter Simon

  • 2018. január 24.
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  • 2018. január 22.
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  • 2018. január 19.
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  • 2018. január 19.
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  • 2018. január 19.
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  • 2018. január 18.
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  • 2018. január 17.
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  • 2018. január 17.
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  • 2018. január 16.
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  • 2018. január 16.
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  • 2018. január 15.
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  • 2018. január 12.
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  • 2018. január 11.
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  • 2018. január 10.
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  • 2018. január 10.
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  • 2018. január 8.
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  • 2017. november 16.
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    ‘How to fund the start of your research career and what makes a good funding application?’ – Zsuzsanna Gabor (ACRO, CEU)

    Zsuzsanna Gabor, Director, Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office, Central European University ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

  • 2017. november 16.
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    TED-talk your research topic - Carsten Wendt, Belgium

    ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

  • 2017. november 16.
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    Careers in research – panel discussion (ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017

    Sara Svensson – Research Fellow, Center for Policy Studies at Central European University, Judit Hegedüs - Project Manager, EIT Health InnoStars, Daniel Varga – Researcher, Project Manager at PEMU Plastic Processing Co. Ltd. ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

  • 2017. november 16.
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    ‘Fellowship possibilities with Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions of H2020” – Nora Jeney, National Research, Development and Innovation Office

    ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

  • 2017. november 16.
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    European Research Area – Gabor Zupko, Representation of the European Commission in Hungary

    ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

  • 2017. november 16.
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    ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017 - Event opening – Michael Ignatieff, Rector , Central European University

    Chairing the presentations and workshops: Georgiana Turculet – Doctoral candidate, CEU Doctoral School

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

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    ‘Introduction of the Joint Research Center (JRC)’ - Emanuela Bellan, JRC

    Emanuela Bellan, JRC Head of Unit JRC A.3. Interinstitutional, International Relations & Outreach ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary

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    ‘Introduction of Marie Curie Alumni Association’ – Edit Szekely, Chair of Hungarian Chapter

    ERA Mobility and Career Day, 16 November 2017, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

    Organizers:
    NaTE - Nők a Tudományban Egyesület (Association of Hungarian Women in Science) http://nokatud.hu/
    BZN - Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd - EURAXESS Bridgehead Organisation http://www.bayzoltan.hu
    CEU - Közép-Európai Egyetem (Central European University) https://www.ceu.edu/

    Funded by the European Commission and focusing on ERA - European Research Area, the event aims at enhancing the international career prospects of graduate students and young researchers studying in Hungary in various fields (Social Sciences and Humanities, STEM) of higher education, public and non-public research institutes and doctoral student associations. Program included: an International Research Fair with 20+ local and European research organizations offering vacancies and funding opportunities (National Bank of Slovakia, DAAD Germany, CERN Switzerland, and many more) | CV clinics with careers advisors and HR professionals | panel discussions about careers in research with representatives of CEU alumni community, Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) | information sessions about the EURAXESS portal, offering career resources and personalized tools to help researchers’ mobility | various workshops on applying for funding, presenting the research and also on horizontal issues (international cooperation, regional aspects, ethics, intellectual property and gender).

    EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a unique pan-European initiative that supports researchers’ mobility and career development, while enhancing scientific collaboration between Europe and the rest of the world. All EURAXESS Services are open and free of charge. At the central EURAXESS webpage, researchers can find a wealth of constantly updated information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe. If they wish, posting their CV will allow recruiters to find them, while companies or research institutes can also post vacancies free of charge and search for the CVs of international top-notch researchers. Country pages contain additional, country-specific information.
    EURAXESS Centres help researchers and their family to plan and organize their move to a foreign country and aid incoming researchers while settling down in a new country. This free personalized assistance helps researchers tackle issues such as accommodation, visa and work permits, language lessons, schooling, social security and medical care.

    Get engaged with EURAXESS: look for research jobs, upload your CV or find practical information for moving around Europe for research.
    https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu / https://www.euraxess.hu / https://www.facebook.com/EuraxessHungary