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Chairs

Albano Cavaleiro
Albano Cavaleiro
Full Professor
Mechanical Engineering Department
FCTUC - University of Coimbra, Portugal
Gian Luca Garagnani
Gian Luca Garagnani
Full Professor
Ordinario di Metallurgia
Dipartimento di Ingegneria
Università degli Studi di Ferrara,
Italy

Speaker

Zsuzsanna Kovács
Zsuzsanna Kovács
Programme Officer
Study Hungary Unit Stipendium Hungaricum Programme
Tempus Public Foundation, Hungary

Tempus Public Foundation (TPF) is a non-profit organization established in 1996 by the Hungarian Government, with the task of managing international cooperation programmes and special projects in the field of education, training and EU-related issues. TPF is intensively involved in international activities, in order to encourage foreign institutions to cooperate with Hungarian partners on the one hand, and to make known the achievements at European level on the other.
For further information regarding the activities of the organization, please visit Tempus Public Foundation website.

Gergely Böhm
Gergely Böhm
Head of Department
International Relations
Hungarian Academy of Sciences

An economist by training Gergely Böhm started his carreer as the recipient of the "Young Researcher Scholarship" in Institute of Political Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, where he gained experience in statistical analysis and became national co-ordinator for the European Social Survey project. Later his interest turned to research administration and worked as the managing director of an SME for several years, while continuing his studies in International Relations at the Doctoral School of the Budapest Corvinus University. He joined the Secretariat of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2010 to support the preparations for World Science Forum 2011 and has continued his work in science diplomacy as the Head of the Department for International Relations since 2014. He is keen to share his expertise in research management to support excellent science in his capacity as the national contact point (NCP) and Programme Committee member of the European Research Council for Hungary.
More info on ERC.

Nóra Jeney
Nóra Jeney
Deputy Head of Department for International Affairs National Research, Development and Innovation Office Hungary