Lectures in the Europe House in 2016

MAY 22. 2016  nyomtatási kép
March 21, 15.00 - Felix Unger (president of the European Academy of Sciences, Austria): The Making and Activities of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in Salzburg


Felix Unger (President of the European Academy of Sciences, Austria)
Attila Pók (research fellow, iASK)
Ferenc Miszlivetz (director, iASK)

April 19, 10.00 - Szabolcs Szuromi (rector, PPKE) and Slomó Köves (EMIH). Topic: Dialogue among World Religions

April 20, 10.00 - Gábor Kardos (ELTE, ÁJK): Autochtonous Minorities vs. Immigrant Minorities

April 20, 14.00 - Ahmet Evin (Sabanci University, Istanbul)

April 25, 14.00-17.00 - Jaap van Till (professor emeritus, HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem, the Netherlands): Networks: the Economy of Connection, Part I.
April 26, 09.00-12.00 - Jaap van Till: Networks: the Economy of Connection, Part II.

May 9, 15.00 - Mónika Mátay (researcher, iASK): Presentation of the Cultural Heritage Centre

May 17, 14.00 - In memoriam of István Nemeskürty (coord. by Péter Bokányi, researcher, iASK)

May 23-24 - Cooperation and Conflict Conference (Eörs Szathmáry and 10 guest speakers - Parmenides Foundation, Munich)

June 6, 15.00 - Hardy Hanappi (ad personam Jean Monnet Chair for Political Economy of European Integration, University of Technology of Vienna, Vienna Institute for Political Economic Research - VIPER): Political Economy in the Information Age


Spring Calendar in the Europe House - in a close cooperation with the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg (iASK).
Past events:

January 4 - Opening meeting. Chair: Ferenc Miszlivetz

January 18 - Introduction of the iASK research centres.

January 25 - Eörs Szathmáry, Róbert Manchin: Connecting the Research and the Public Policy

February 2, 15.00-16.30 - András Háry: Socio-economic challenges and the role of higher education in the Western-Pannon region

February 8,
13.00-16.00 - Analysis of the topology and dynamics of real world networks: Methodology of the network science multidisciplinary group
13.00 Peter Csermely: Methods to assess network topology and dynamics
13.20 Orsolya Kapuy: Dynamic complex systems modelling
13.40 Kristóf Szalay: Turbine, a network dynamic analysis toolkit
14.00 Máté Szalay-Bekő: Reusable workflows for network analytics and visualization; ModuLand workflows: analysing the fine structure of networks
14.20 Dániel Veres: EntOpt, a network visualization tool
14.40 Zsolt Vassy and Krisztián Buchta: Determination of influential nodes of a 0.5 million Hungarian social network
15.00 Zsuzsa Szvetelszky: Influential nodes determining rumour-spread in social networks: dependence on cooperation, reputation and hierarchy

February 23, 11.00 - András Mengyán (graphic designer, International Visual Research Centre): On Polyphonic Visual Spaces - Ideas for a Visual Art Research Program

March 1
11.00 Stefano Bianchini (professor, University of Bologna): State Dismemberments and their Implications for Europe
14.00 Géza Szőcs (politician, poet) and guest speakers: Judit Szász, Christopher Keeling, Erzsébet Kontz, Hanga Sántha.
Miklós Csapody: Research Program of the Legacy of Endre Csatki
László Kozma: The Past and Present of Fenékpuszta

March 9, 14.00 - University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus Opening Ceremony.
H.E. Katalin Bogyay, Ambassador of Hungary to the United Nations, Member of the Advisory Board of the iASK is awarded Honoris Causa. Title of her lecture: The role of multilateral and cultural diplomacy in the international dialogue.