Most highlighted events and themes of the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg in the third quarter of 2020
ISU 2020 is special this year for two reasons: it is the 25th anniversary of our summer universities in Kőszeg, and with the COVID-19 situation it will be our first online ISU.
Our goal is to review the last three decades and the present, and answers to the question: where are we heading?
Policymakers around Europe are now able to contact our Institute through the Policy Learning Platform for further exchange of experiences.
The aim of the study, authored by iASK research fellow Dr. Mariann Szabó and Pannonia University researcher Dr. Zsuzsa Banász was to highlight the factors influencing the attachment of inhabitants to the towns in the test area ‘Murafölde’, a Hungarian micro‐region.
In addition to the infectious, now-frightening (corona COVID-19) virus, Hungarian researchers are also seeking to identify the underlying pathogens that may pose a threat later on.
The iASK try to reduce exposure to and transmission of a range of illnesses
Most highlighted events and themes of the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg in the second quarter of 2020
Including lecturers, and cultural programmes
Climate change is a global phenomenon that recognizes no national boundaries, political, social, religious, or economic systems, or ethnic origins. One element of climate change is the crisis of emerging diseases. This represents an existential threat to humanity; technological, heavily urbanized humanity may be at particular risk. Special Issue of the iASK Working Paper by Daniel R. Brooks.
Most highlighted events and themes of the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg in the first quarter of 2020