IPCV goes for EMJMD – the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree label has been won
- We are pleased to announce that the application jointly submitted with our two partner universities: Universtiy of Bordeaux (as Consortium leader) and Autonomous Universtiy of Madrid has been selected for co-funding.
- The IPCV - Image processing and computer vision - international master training program is going to be an EMJMD from the academic year 2018/2019.
- Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs) are international study programmes delivered by a consortium of higher education institutions (HEIs) from different countries and where relevant other partners with specific expertise and interest in the study programme.
- EMJMDs aim to:
- Foster excellence, innovation, and internationalisation in HEIs
- Boost the attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and support the EU's external action in the field of higher education
- Improve the level of competences and skills of Master graduates and their employability
- For further information about the IPCV master training program please, visit: http://ipcv.eu/
Falling Walls Lab Budapest calls for talented young researchers and professionals to showcase their most innovative ideas
- Outstanding researchers, entrepreneurs and professionals can as of now apply for the Falling Walls Lab Budapest on 25 May to present their research work in 3 minutes. Applications are due by 24 April.
- In 2017, international Falling Walls Labs take place all over the world and call for the application of Bachelor and Master students, postdocs, young professionals, entrepreneurs and junior professors. Ground-breaking research projects, initiatives, ideas and business models from all disciplines are welcome.
- The winner of every international Falling Walls Lab will be awarded a slot for the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin on 8 November 2017 and a ticket to the Falling Walls Conference on 9 November 2017. In total 100 applicants qualify for the Finale in Berlin. Each finalist will receive the opportunity to present their research work, initiative or business model within three minutes in front of a high-calibre jury from academia, research and business. The three winners receive a cash prize and give their talks again on the grand stage of the Falling Walls Conference on the next day.
- The aim of the Falling Walls Lab is to foster scientific and entrepreneurial innovations and to promote the exchange between outstanding scholars and professionals emerging from different fields of expertise.
- The Falling Walls Lab Budapest takes place on 25 May 2017 at Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics. Applications can be submitted online until 24 April. The Falling Walls Lab Budapest is hosted by the Pázmány Péter Catholic University and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and supported by the Falling Walls Foundation.
- For further information and the online application form please visit www.falling-walls.com/lab
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Falling Walls Lab
Falling Walls Foundation
10115 Berlin, Germany
Phone: + 49 30 609 88 39 71
About the Falling Walls Foundation
- The Falling Walls Foundation is a non-profit organisation that fosters the discussion on research and innovation and promotes the latest scientific findings among a broad audience from all parts of society. It organises the Falling Walls Conference, an annual global gathering of forward-thinking individuals from over 75 countries. Each year on 9 November, 20 of the world's leading scientists present their current breakthrough research in 15 minutes each. The Falling Walls Foundation is supported by the German Ministry for Education and Research, the Robert Bosch Foundation, the Helmholtz Association and numerous other acclaimed academic institutions, foundations, and companies. More information at: www.falling-walls.com
PPCU in the top three of Hungary
- December 2, 2016
PPCU excels in Informatics, Engineering and Law studies. For the 12th time Heti Válasz, a prestigious Hungarian newspaper has assembled its higher education list of outstanding institutions. This year three universities has seized the top places - the oldest university in Hungary, ELTE; Corvinus – topping the business and economics education and Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Pázmány has outrivaled its peers in three study fields: Law, Informatics and Engineering.