University representatives gathered for a meeting as part of a project, focusing on equipping students, especially women, with skills in data science and AI.
Ferenc Kovács, who has spent a significant amount of time at the Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics (ITK) of Pázmány Péter Catholic University and played an active role in its establishment, has been recognized with the Pro Universitate Award.
The purpose of the OTKA (National Research, Development, and Innovation Office) grant program announced by the Hungarian Ministry of Culture and Innovation is to facilitate the development of experienced, talented researchers, and research group leaders engaged in outstanding publication activities. The aim is to enhance the international recognition of Hungarian researchers and research institutions. In the four categories announced, researchers at Pázmány ITK secured support for three ongoing projects.
Pázmány ITK recently hosted its annual Christmas Charity Cookie Fair, which turned out to be a resounding success. The event saw enthusiastic participation from our students, faculty, and staff, resulting in a record-breaking number of donations.
Within the framework of the Hungarian Science Festival, a conference was held at the Pázmány ITK on 17 November to showcase the ongoing research and scientific achievements in the fields of artificial intelligence and bioinformatics at the Faculty.
The ETH Zurich CYBATHLON project is a kind Olympics in bionics, aimed at assisting people with disabilities and improving their quality of life through technological innovations. The project involves teams of technology developers and individuals with disabilities competing in various everyday tasks to showcase assistive technologies. The technologies must be developed collaboratively with individuals with disabilities.