This newly published article by Gergely Erdős was released in International Journal of Computer Science in Sport, 2020/2.
Citizenship and Responsibility in the New World of Uncertainty
22nd – 26th February 2021
Application deadline: February 01, 2021
Online platform: Zoom after a personal invitation
Certificates will be awarded for those who have completed the whole program.
A brand new article was released in Hungarian Statistical Review written by László Kulcsár.
Chapter 19 of a new book, recently published by Routledge, was written by iASK researcher Anikó Magasházi about impacts of the Covid-19.
Dezső Boda’s book offers an original and sophisticated introduction to the machinery of complex systems science and an extensive overview of its application.
Kőszeg’s recently renovated built heritage by KRAFT programme is presented in this new iASK volume, which was released on 10th December, 2020.
Prof. Iván Bába received a prestigious Hungarian State Award from János Áder, the President of the Hungarian Republic
His main field of research addresses the collapse of communism and regime change in Hungary and Central Europe.
Ernő Pungor Award was given to Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK) by László Majthényi the chair of Vas County’s General Assembly.
LANDSUPPORT is a Horizon2020 project, funded by the European Commission, started on 1 May 2018 and it will last for 42 months.
It involves 19 partners from 10 countries both in and outside the EU (Italy, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Spain, France, Belgium, Slovenia, Malaysia and Tunisia).
The landsupport project is developing an open access DSS for agriculture, forestry, environmental sustainability and land use policies.
We face numerous questions, which are difficult or impossible to answer immediately, but the exchange of views among stakeholders and those responsible can help us to find optimal ways to accountable and efficient attitudes and flexible adaption. In order to formulate the response, we will need more and more information, positive examples and, above all, resilience.
Date: 2nd October 2020, 9 am- 4 pm
Venue: Zwinger Old Tower, Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel st. 16.
Live streaming: https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
Our book has been written in response to this invitation for debate, as a kind of reflection on the work of the two Austrian authors, Emil Brix and Erhard Busek. We did this as Central Europeans, from a Hungarian perspective, on a national democratic ideological basis. It is well known that all of us depict the world on the basis of our personal experiences—we find it hard to “step out” of our skin and stand nowhere, yet we strove to approach the ideas that do not meet our agreement or, contradicting our own experience and knowledge, provoke our disparate thoughts or beliefs “objectively,” with tolerance and empathy as much as possible.
New Approach, Cooperation, Development – Creative city, sustainable region
Venue: Kőszeg, Jurisics Castle, Knights’ Hall
Date: 21-22 September 2020