PhD and DLA Student Union

Contacts

1111 Budapest
Műegyetem rakpart 3. K ép. 1.61

info@bmeedk.hu

Courses

PhD and DLA students and young researchers are invited to take part on research skill developer courses (trainings / lectures), which are held by BME staff and external experts. The total number of hours for a course is between 2 and 5 hours.
Participation in the courses is free of charge, but pre-registration is required due to the headcount limit.
The contents of the courses can be read by clicking on the title, and the registration is available by clicking on the last column.
The courses listed below are recommended for BME foreign language PhD students.

Courses in the 2018-2019-2 semester

Time Location Title Lecturer(s) Course code Registration
1. March 2019
9:15–12:00
Building K
1st floor
Room 72
Publish better in English Fehér, Réka PHDLA1128 registration
12. March 2019
10:15–12:00
Building Informatics (I)
part L
1st floor
Room L105
MTMT2 - Database of Hungarian Scientific Publications Újváry, Angelika PHDLA1018 registration
20. March 2019
15:00–17:00,
27. March 2019
15:00–17:00
Building Informatics (I)
ground floor
Room IB019
The hidden role of the human factor in scientific thinking; what makes a good researcher in academia and in the industry? Dr. Szántay, Csaba PHDLA2018 registration
3. April 2019
10:15–12:00
Building Informatics (I)
ground floor
Room IB019
Tips for scientific publications Dr. Recski, András PHDLA1038 registration
8. April 2019
14:15–16:45
Building Informatics (I)
ground floor
Room IB019
Coaching for personal and organizational development,or how to effectively use coaching for development Polesinszky, Gergely; Porázik, Péter Pál PHDLA2088 registration

Courses in the previous years

Courses in the 2018-2019-1 semester

Time Location Title Lecturer(s) Course code
15. November 2018
09:15–12:00
Building K
1st floor
Room 1.72
Publish Better in English! Fehér, Réka PHDLA1137
19. November 2018
15:00–17:00,
26. November 2018
15:00–17:00
Building Informatics
Ground Floor
Room IB019
The hidden role of the human factor in scientific thinking; what makes a good researcher in academia and in the industry? Prof. Dr. Szántay, Csaba PHDLA2027
22. November 2018
10:15–12:00
Informatics Building
Ground Floor
Room IB019.
Tips for scientific publications Prof. Dr. Recski, András PHDLA1037