The volume presents in detail the conference theme, abstracts of the presentations, brief introductions of the speakers, and includes publications based partly on the presentations given at the conference and partly on further research on the topics.
This book is an expanded version, complete with examples, of lectures on twenty-first-century science and technologies.
This paper does not deal with colours, their use nor effects in general but focuses on a well-defined area, the colour of the façades of historic buildings.
Review of Economic Theory and Policy Special Issue, Vol 16. No 3. (2021)
Should Central Europe abandon essential components of its identity in order to conform to Western Europe, so that the fate of Europe could be turned in a “good direction,” or is it possible that a deeper integration of the two macro-regions will emerge, where the two, Western and Central parts of equal rank unite to create a genuinely and deeply integrated Europe?
Anikó Magasházi: Singapore Globally Entangled – Lessons for Central Europe? Epilogue on Covid-19 Impacts
In this book, answers to the “why’s and how’s” are sought by analysing Singapore’s economic and social development over the last three decades with an outlook on Southeast Asia as a whole, in order to explore lessons that can be drawn for other emerging regions.
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.
It is a great honour to publish a volume of academic essays to celebrate György Schöpflin’s contribution to our intellectual wellbeing (using the date of his birthday is simply a pretext).
This volume is a compilation of some of the keynote speeches and lectures that were delivered at the Fourth European Blue Sky Conference.
The new iASK volume can be downloaded for free!
Thomas Filk: ‘Quantum’ and ‘Quantum-Like’: an Introduction to Quantum Theory and its Applications in Cognitive and Social Sciences
This article emphasizes the similarities between phenomena in quantum theory and phenomena in psychology and sociology, thereby presenting arguments why the formalism developed in quantum theory may be of relevance to the cognitive sciences. It is also intended to be a very cursory introduction to the ideas of quantum theory.
This volume is a compilation of some of the keynote speeches and lectures that were delivered at the Third European Blue Sky Conference, held in Budapest between 23-25 November 2018.
Its beginning and end have been the subject of many debates and its historical significance is beyond doubt but understanding its legacy still poses a challenge. This essay attempts to highlight some of the horizons and spaces that widened unexpectedly in this particular historical context.
János Abonyi and Ferenc Miszlivetz: At the Intersections of Networks: Societal Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The book gives an analysis and description of a “brave new world” where production is almost free of human intervention. This Fourth Industrial Revolution is taking place around us, all of us have already become parts of it.
Few Hungarian scholars are better known in the world than forever-young Attila Pók who assiduosly disseminates the good name of hos country’s culture at international conferences and in major publications.