Informative News

The two national laboratories coordinated by SZTAKI, the Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory (MILAB) and the National Laboratory for Autonomous Systems (ARNL) both took part at the exhibition held by the Artificial Intelligence Coalition in June, to showcase demonstrations and projects to the public.
SZTAKI and the Fraunhofer Society organize a summer school program together under the umbrella of the EPIC project, between June 28 and August 5, to focus on human-robot collaboration. The participating teams formed by students from Hungary and abroad as well got such a part kit which may demonstrate local assembly.
The National Research, Development and Innovation Office of Hungary is holding an information day to introduce participation opportunities in the Horizon Europe Widening calls. A senior researcher of SZTAKI, as experienced project coordinator, will also hold a presentation.
The publication is focusing on the 2020-2021 developments, projects, competencies and solutions offered by the Institute. The publication is available as a flipbook and as a downloadable .pdf as well.
The Hungarian Artificial Intelligence Coalition held a professional partner day on 15.06., and a public exhibition on 16.06. Demonstrations of the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI) and other partners of the Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory (MILAB) were on display at the Q building of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
A new textbook titled Advanced Human–Robot Collaboration in Manufacturing has recently been published by Springer, co-edited by József Váncza, head of the Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence, Zsolt Kemény, senior research fellow at the same department, as well as Lihui Wang and Xi Vincent Wang, researchers of the Swedish KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
At the closing ceremony, the Young Author Award was presented to Lucrezia Morabito for her paper titled “A Discrete Event Simulation Based Approach for Digital Twin Implementation”.
The second day of INCOM 2021 begun with a virtual round table panel about the well-known yet rarely debated phase: “data is the new oil”.
The first day of 2021’s virtual INCOM event begun with an opening ceremony, held by Prof. László Monostori, director of SZTAKI. Monostori talked about the Hungarian contributions to IFAC in the past, including the presidency of Prof. Tibor Vámos, founder of SZTAKI, who recently passed away in the age of 94.
François B. Vernadat, Jürgen Beyerer és Soundar Kumara is előadást tart a SZTAKI által szervezett, online rendezvényen.
Is data the new oil? What is the difference between digital shadows and digital twins? Is there life after deep learning? One may find answers for these questions if joins the virtual INCOM 2021 between 7-9 June.
Fraunhofer Austria and SZTAKI will jointly organize a virtual summer school for engineering master’s students, between the 28th July and the 5th August, 2021. The course is centered around collaborative assembly, with special focus on layout and process planning.
It is with profound sadness that we learned the passing away of Tibor Vámos who certainly considered SZTAKI to be the main work of his life. He passed away on 19 May 2021 at the age of 95.
The online conference had a limited number of attendees to focus on on-going projects, showcased by their sub-project leads.
A publication published by Lucas Caldas, Danelon Lopes and Clóvis Neumann in Procedia CIRP calls László Monostori the fourth most influential figure in his field’s research in the world.
SZTAKI researcher and EPIC InnoLabs employee Júlia Bergmann was a guest at the Forbes Women’s Summit.
German artist Ottonie von Roeder comes to Budapest in September, supported by the Goethe-Institute.
Four-part video series to showcase 3D printed robotic arm built for education purposes.
As the conclusion of 2020’s “Factory of the Year” competition is approaching, researchers and employees of SZTAKI and EPIC InnoLabs Ltd. visit the four shortlist finalists of the Industry 4.0 category to perform the local audit.
The Hungarian edition of Forbes keeps its Women’s Summit event on the 26th of March 2021 with its focus on ideal workplace and career opportunities after the coronavirus pandemic.