Future Technologies: more SZE students graduate from Huawei's training

Future Technologies: more SZE students graduate from Huawei's training

From 5G to Artificial Intelligence a range of modern technologies are at the heart of Huawei Technologies' Seeds for the Future talent development programme. Nearly 20 more students from Széchenyi István University have completed the training.

Cooperation agreement between SZE and Express Innovation Agency

Cooperation agreement between SZE and Express Innovation Agency

Széchenyi István University and Express Innovation Agency Zrt. have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at the establishment and development of R&D projects as well as education and training partnerships in a university-business cooperation. In connection with the Hungarian Startup University Program (HSUP), which is professionally coordinated by the agency, an Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship Research Group has been established at the University, the results of which can contribute to strengthening Hungarian innovation capacity.

SZE represented at number one technology fair in China

SZE represented at number one technology fair in China

Those departments with the closest links to industry at Széchenyi István University, which places great emphasis on technical education, research and innovation, have presented themselves at China's number one technology fair. The institution further strengthened its partnerships in the Far Eastern country.

Ecuadorian student at SZE finds her future in Győr

Ecuadorian student at SZE finds her future in Győr

A spontaneous trip can change everything - this is the motto of Ecuadorian Sofia Suarez, a Master's student in architecture at Széchenyi István University. In the article you can read all about what ties her to Győr and what positive experiences she has had in Hungary since she started studying here thanks to the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship.

The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme (SH)

The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme (SH)

Established by the Hungarian Government in 2013, the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme aims to promote the internationalisation of Hungarian higher education. The programme is managed by the Tempus Public Foundation and supervised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 

One principal objective of the SH programme is to attract first-rate international students who are seeking a study destination with a guarantee of high quality education and who are willing to establish long-term attachments to Hungary and its people. Alumni returning to their home countries freshly equipped with marketable skills and knowledge can build economic, political and civil relationships and are in a position to enhance Hungary’s international visibility.  

RUN-EU: SZE strengthens its international relations in Finland

RUN-EU: SZE strengthens its international relations in Finland

In the event of a successful EU application, the Regional University Network – European University (RUN-EU), of which Széchenyi István University is a member, may be expanded to include a Belgian and a Spanish university, it was decided at the organisation's event in Finland. The Győr-based institution, which has been steadily strengthening its international relations, has undertaken to contribute to the research and third mission pillar of the consortium's application.

Sweden's Ambassador to Hungary impressed by SZE’s development

Sweden's Ambassador to Hungary impressed by SZE’s development

Mr Dag Hartelius, the Swedish Ambassador to Hungary, who has visited Széchenyi István University, can conceive of cooperation with the University in several areas. The diplomat spoke positively about the development of the University of Győr’s education, research and third mission activities.

Martin Schuster's lecture at Széchenyi University: China sets the trends for autonomous driving

Martin Schuster's lecture at Széchenyi University: China sets the trends for autonomous driving

China is also making dynamic progress in the field of autonomous driving, driven by megatrends such as the spread of e-mobility, the development of artificial intelligence and 5G, and the advance of vehicle sharing, according to a presentation by Dr. Martin Schuster, Senior Director of HAD/ADAS Engineering and at SAIC Volkswagen Shanghai and member of the Academic Scientific Council of Széchenyi István University.

Innovation of Széchenyi István University wins first prize at the international competition

Innovation of Széchenyi István University wins first prize at the international competition

The innovative use of cutting-edge radar technology was the task of the Infineon Technologies international hackathon competition, in which the team of Széchenyi István University won first place, ahead of renowned Austrian, Indian and Hungarian universities. With the development of the Schächenyis, the robotic vacuum cleaner recognises and does not disturb home office workers and even "understands" human gestures.

     

 

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