Contextuality is a fundamental notion in the foundations of quantum theory. It says that one cannot assign values to a quantum observable independently of what other observables are co-measured with it. That is, physical properties in quantum theory are contextual: they depend on other, jointly performed measurements.
Resilience and Regeneration of the Pannonian Region in Hungary: Towards a Circular Economy 4 April 2018 Wednesday 13.00 Introduction to the project by Hillary Brown and Sándor Kerekes 13.30 Welcome by Básthy Béla deputy major of city Koszeg 14.00 Study trip to Kőszeg and introduction of the site by László Tóth 17.00 Industrial ecology and…
As part of the series “European Year of Cultural Heritage”, the international conference ‘Heritage and identity’ was organised by the Association of Cultural Heritage Managers (KÖME) in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies (iASK) and the local government of Kőszeg between 23-26 March 2018.
Annual conference dedicated to “World Water Day” – Organiser: József Bognár Foundation on Economic Research, Venue: Seat of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – 1051 Budapest István Széchenyi Sq. 9
The Doctoral School of Sociology at the Faculty of Social Sciences of ELTE and the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg will organise a conference in Kőszeg on April 26-27, 2018.
Stefano Bianchini’s new book reviewed by Erhard Busek (Former Vice-Chancellor of Austria, Chairman of the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe) and James M. Skelly (researcher of iASK, former Director of the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies).
Opening lecture of the iASK Series: Europe’s Transformation in Global Context by Prof. Stefano Bianchini (University of Bologna) – You can watch Bianchini’s lecture in the article.
Second Lecture of the iASK Series: “The Future of Europe in Global Context” by Stuart Holland (University of Coimbra, iASK). Date: 3 p.m. 19 March, 2018.
Live streaming of the lecture is accesible at www.iask.hu and https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
Remembering and Forgetting – Communism in Hungary by Attila Pók (iASK).
Book Launch at Collegium Hungaricum in Vienna.
On the 20th of March 2018, at 7.00 p.m.
Cultural heritage is not restricted to borders; it unites cities, regions and countries to create a network of cultural identities.
Date: Tuesday, 24th April, 2018 at 1 p.m. Venue: Institute of Advanced Studies (iASK), Egon Matzner Room – Chernel Street 14. Kőszeg H-9730, Program: Introductory words Ferenc Miszlivetz, director of iASK A Political and Socio-Economic Thinker of Many Qualities Gabriele Matzner, retired Austrian ambassador, author and painter Keynote address: German and Italian Political Economic…
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Diaspora, Transnationalism, Transculturalism and Inter-Cultural communications as new forms of social capital
Europe’s growing Muslim population has become a subject of debate and controversy over the past decade. Several factors have contributed to the heightened attention on the question of Islam in Europe and, correspondingly, to misconceptions surrounding that question. One is the reoccurring crisis of serious jihadi terrorism across the European space; another is the unruly…
iASK in the World – Water Security and Sustainability: The State of Global Water Resources and related Future Challenges Keynote Speaker: András Szöllősi-Nagy (PhD, DSc, Professor of Sustainable Water Management, National University of Public Service (NUPS), Budapest, Hungary; Institute of Advanced Studies Köszeg (iASK), Hungary; Chair, International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO; Chair, Sustainable Water Futures Programme; Governor, World…