Join the ZalaZONE Summer University now

zzzJoin the ZalaZONE Summer University and take part in the two-days professional program at Zalaegerszeg on the 8th and 9th of July.

You can get to know the test track and all about what’s going on “behind the scenes”, you can take part in Claasical Vehicle and ASDA Testing in practice, and much more, if you apply till the 28th of June.

You can read more about the full program here.

If your’re interested, send your application to the email address.


Developing and Impact of Electric, Hybrid-Electric Aircraft on Future Transport – Invitation for Round Table Discussion



Would you like to know more about the future air transport? Have you interest in greener air transport?

The ‘Developing and Impact of Electric, Hybrid-Electric Aircraft on Future Transportround’ table discussion, organized by the IDEA-E (Investigation and development of the disruptive technologies for e-mobility and their integration into the engineering education) project will be held in the ground floor lecture room of building A of BME (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) since 15.00 until 16.30, May 28 Tuesday , 2019.

All, who are interested in future air transport are welcome to joint the event. All the participants may give question. Questions can be send by email to moderator ( before the round table discussions, too.

You can see the official program here.


WISE-ACT Budapest meeting

P1140844More than 60 participants gathered to discuss the technical and societal aspects of autonomous vehicles during the Workshop and Management Committee meeting of WISE-ACT in Budapest. The event was held at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, on the 21-22 of November 2018.

After Nikolas Thomopoulos, the chair of WISE-ACT COST Action, introduced the main aims and relevant numbers of the action, then Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, the local organizer highlighted some relates research projects conducted by the faculty.


BME part of Europe’s largest research initiative in urban mobility

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has designated the MOBiLus consortium as the winning Innovation Community on Urban Mobility. The consortium consists of 48 partners: 13 cities, 17 industry partners and 18 universities and research centres across Europe and beyond, including Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).


The aim of Mobilus is to strengthen European competitiveness, improve access to mobility and increase attractiveness of cities. The motto of the consortium “Mobility for Liveable Urban Spaces” is about moving people, connecting communities, serving businesses and re-imaging public spaces.

The operation will last seven years, has a financial volume of 1.6 billion Euro, with up to 25% (or up to 400 million Euro) funded by the EIT.

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