Coursera for SZTE's renewed website awaits visitors with a modern, clean style and weekly updated content.
SZTE SHOP, the official gift shop of the University of Szeged, has reopened in its usual location, in the atrium of the József Attila Education and Information Center, with a modern image and an expanded offer, after an absence of more than two and a half years.
According to the Chinese calendar, the Year of the Wood Dragon begins on Saturday, February 10, with the traditional spring festival. The directors of the Confucius Institute of the University of Szeged held a lecture — attracting great interest — in which they presented the characteristics of the most important Chinese holiday and what we can expect from the Lunar New Year. In the Móra Ferenc Museum, this event concluded the temporary exhibition dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Confucius Institute's BRI (Belt and Road Initiative).
The US-based International Society of Dermatology commissioned Dr. Lajos Kemény, professor of dermatology and immunology at the Department of Dermatology of the University of Szeged, to be the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Dermatology. Editing this prestigious magazine means prominence in the profession. During its sixty-year history, the magazine's leadership moved from American universities to Europe for the first time. For the past 23 years, the editors-in-chief have been selected from the professors of the world-famous Mayo Clinic. Now, Dr. Lajos Kemény reads 20-25 articles a day, and during the review of the articles he keeps in touch with dermatology researchers living in all parts of the world. We talked with the Széchenyi Award-winning doctor and university professor about his new work, the stories, and new challenges of dermatological research in Szeged.
From February this year, the SZTE Klebelsberg Library will launch an e-learning course for international students. The Contemporary Library and Information Skills course is practical and covers a range of topics, including the library's print and online resources and searching the library's collection.
More than 80 participants from 13 universities and 12 countries shared their professional experiences in person and online at the VI. Symposium of Young Researchers on Pharmaceutical Technology, Biotechnology and Regulatory Science. The opening ceremony was held in the 3D centre of the University.
Habilitation and Ph.D. doctoral degrees were awarded at the ceremony of the University of Szeged. A total of 114 young people with academic titles were greeted at the event held at the congress hall of the SZTE József Attila Education and Information Center on January 26, 2024.
The first energy conversion equipment with which renewable energy will be used to produce hydrogen and then synthetic fuels has arrived at the energy innovation test station developed in the Science Park of the University of Szeged. Dr. Csaba Janáky, the head of the project, followed the placement of the containers on-site with his work group. The associate professor of the Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science of the University of Szeged, head of the SZTE IKIKK Competence Centre of Material, Environmental and Energy Studies, and co-professional head of the National Laboratory of Renewable Energies, explained what makes the project forward-looking.
Dániel Viczián not only partied in a tailcoat at the Nobel Prize ceremony but also gave a presentation on the fascinating world of chemistry as a speaker at the "Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar". The first-year chemistry student of the University of Szeged won the right in a competition to represent Hungary as the only young person to participate in the most prestigious programs of the Nobel Week in Sweden. In addition to nanocomposites, we asked Dániel Viczián about his experiences at the Nobel Prize ceremony.
The EUGLOH Alliance is going to launch four different challenges in 2024. For top-performing students, a blended intensive program focusing on health, physical activity, and the Olympic Games will be offered in Paris, France, in September.
Studying in Szeged, Hungary's third-largest city, is an increasingly popular choice for international students. Szeged, located at the triple border of Hungary, Romania, and Serbia, is, without a doubt, one of the most attractive university cities in Hungary.