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French-Hungarian Scientific Research Forum
Franciaország
28 September 2018, 10:00 - 17:00
Institut français in Budapest
H-1011 Budapest, Fő u. 17.

The Embassy of France in Hungary, Institut français in Budapest, the National Research, Development and Innovation Office and the Ministry of Human Capacities are glad to announce a French-Hungarian Scientific Research Forum organised for the first time.

The event will be hosted by Institut français in Budapest, on 28 September 2018. 

The programme of the event contains of two parts: a plenary session devoted to present the achievements and prospects of the French-Hungarian scientific cooperation, and two parallel sessions to present bilateral scientific collaborations in the areas of humanities and natural sciences.  

Researchers participating in French-Hungarian research projects have the opportunity to deliver oral presentations or to exhibit a poster of their projects. 

The scientific forum is organised on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the bilateral French-Hungarian science and technology cooperation. Objectives are to promote cooperation of the two countries in research and innovation and exploit opportunities within the Horizon 2020 European framework programme.    

Participation is free of charge.

 

 

L’Ambassade de France en Hongrie, l’Institut français de Budapest, l’Office national de la recherche et de l’innovation et le Ministère hongrois des capacités humaines ont le plaisir de vous annoncer l’organisation du premier Forum franco-hongrois de la recherche scientifique. 

L’événement aura lieu le 28 septembre 2018 à l’Institut français de Budapest. 

La rencontre sera organisée en deux temps: une session plénière consacrée aux réussites et pistes de développement de la coopération scientifique franco-hongroise et deux ateliers seront consacrés à la coopération scientifique dans le cadre du programme bilatéral Balaton (un atelier pour les sciences de l’homme et de la société, un atelier pour les sciences naturelles). 

Les chercheurs impliqués dans les projets de recherche franco-hongrois auront la possibilité de réaliser une communication orale ou une présentation par poster.

Cette rencontre scientifique s’inscrit dans le cadre du 25ème anniversaire de notre programme bilatéral Balaton et vise plus généralement à mettre en valeur les coopérations franco-hongroises en matière de recherche et d’innovation et les opportunités offertes par le programme cadre européen « Horizon 2020 ». 

Participation gratuite.

 

Programme

 

9.30 - 10.00
Registration
 
 
10.00 - 10.20
Welcome
 
Mrs Pascale Andreani, Ambassador, Embassy of France in Hungary
 
Dr. Zoltán Birkner, president, National Research, Development and Innovation Office
 
Prof. József Bódis, State Secretary for Education, Ministry of Human Capacities
 
 
10.20 - 10.40
Keynote speech

Prof. Éva Kondorosi: History of French-Hungarian collaboration as part of my life from 1989-present (pdf, 3 543 KB)
 
Research Professor at Biological Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Research Director at the Plant Science Institute of CNRS, Vice-president of European Research Council (ERC)
 
 
10.40 - 11.00
ELTE-EHESS cooperation (pdf, 749 KB)
 
Dr. Gabor Sonkoly
 
 
11.00 - 11.20
Algorithms on kilo/mega core architectures (pdf, 1 136 KB)
 
Prof. Jenny Benois-Pineau, University of Bordeaux
 
Prof. Péter Szolgay, Pazmany Peter Catholic University
 
 
11.20 - 11.40
Ultrafast molecular dynamics (pdf, 1 437 KB)
 
Prof. Ágnes Vibók, University of Debrecen and Prof. Fabien Gatti, Université Paris-Saclay
 
 
11.40 - 12.00
Results of impact analysis of joint projects (pdf, 1 965 KB)
 
Mr. Christophe Delacourt, Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation



A Francia-Magyar TÉT pályázatok értékelése (pdf, 935 KB)

Ms. Agnes Divinyi, National Research, Development and Innovation Office
 
 
12.00 - 12:15
Cooperation possibilities in H2020 (pdf, 852 KB)
 
Ms. Szonja Csuzdi, National Research, Development and Innovation Office
 
 
12.15 - 12.30
Mobility and scholarships (pdf, 1 003 KB)
 
Mr. Szabolcs Bokodi, TEMPUS Public Foundation:
 
 
12.30
Lunch and networking, poster exhibition
 
 

Parallel sessions


 
 
13.30 - 16.00
Successful French-Hungarian projects - Life sciences, agriculture, natural sciences, engineering
 
Róbert Késmárszky, Semmelweis University: A Clinical Analysis of the QoL Influencing Factors of Periferic Facial Palsies (pdf, 778 KB)
 
Eva Jakab Toth, CNRS, Centre de Biophysique Moléculaire: Chemistry for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (pdf, 765 KB)
 
Lucia Wittner, HAS Research Centre for Natural Sciences: Investigation of epileptic activity in the human cortex, in vitro (pdf, 2 723 KB)
 
Károly Tőkési, HAS ATOMKI: Capillaries as self-organized electrostatic lenses (pdf, 1 636 KB)
 
Benoît Schoefs, Le Mans University: The role of plastids: beyond photosynthesis (pdf, 1 528 KB)
 
Erika Balog, Semmelweis University: Activation mechanism of autoinhibited small GTPase (pdf, 760 KB)
 
Laszlo Nyulaszi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics: Phosphorus containing conjugated molecules with efficient fluorescence (pdf, 2 628 KB)
 
Zoltán Karácsony, Eszterházy Károly University: The role of Aureobasidium pullulans in Esca disease (pdf, 1 145 KB)
 
Dóra Zelena, Institute of Experimental Medicine: Median raphe and the stress-related anxiety (pdf, 1 367 KB)
 
Béla Sulik, HAS ATOMKI: Ion-molecule collisions (pdf, 1 649 KB)
 
Elen Gocza, NARIC Agricultural Biotechnology Institute: Exploration of rabbit microRNA expression profile in rabbit embryo and pluripote (pdf, 31 006 KB)
 
István Parádi, Eötvös Loránd University: Examination of the arbuscular mycorrhiza specific the blue copper-binding proteins (pdf, 1 604 KB)
 
Tamás Börzsönyi, WIGNER Research Centre for Physics: Rheology of elongated grains and suspensions of fibers (pdf, 1 135 KB)
 
Gabriella Vadaszne Bognar, University of Miskolc: On nonlinear surface growth models (pdf, 679 KB)
 
Renáta Sándor, Agricultural Institute CAR HAS: Comparative evaluation of C and N models for global scale GHG mitigation (pdf, 2 118 KB)
 
 
13.30 - 16.00
Successful French-Hungarian projects – Humanities  (Video room)
 
Anna Újváriné Tüskés, HAS RCH Institute for Literary Studies: Les relations littéraires entre la France et la Hongrie au XXe siècle (pdf, 1 780 KB)
 
Jean-Michel Devésa, Université de Limoges: vers un double diplôme de master en francophonie culturelle
 
Anikó Ádám, Pázmány Péter Chatolic University: Les représentations du trauma - une recherche bilatérale franco-hongroise (pdf, 5 287 KB)
 
Marie-Odile Peyroux-Sissoko, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: Constitutions nationales, valeurs européennes
 
Zoltán Garadnai, Archives nationales de Hongrie: History of the French-Hungarian relations (1981-1995)
 
Antony Borel, MNHN, Paris / ELTE, Budapest: Comportements de subsistance du Pléistocene et début de l’Holocene (pdf, 15 184 KB)
 
Kitti Pollák, National University of Public Service: La procedure administrative non contentieuse an Hongrie et en France
 
Oliver Dutour, EPHE – PSL: La collaboration franco-hongroise en anthropologie biologique (pdf, 4 159 KB)
 
Jérémy Floutier, University of Szeged: Intérets de la recherche franco-hongroise par un doctorant français en histoire (pdf, 2 174 KB)

 

Registration

 

 

Family name: *

First name: *

Organisation: *

E-mail address: *

Telephone: *

Did you receive support from French-Hungarian bilateral science and technology (TéT – Balaton) program?

Which year:
Would you like to present your project results (oral presentation, 10 minutes, in English for Natural Sciences, in French for Humanities) at the event?


If yes:
Title of your presentation:


Abstract of your presentation (300 characters max.):


Do you agree to include your project in the conference booklet?


French and Hungarian partners involved in the cooperation:


Did you continue the cooperation in the framework of a COST, H2020 or Eureka project?

Would you like to exhibit a poster to introduce your project results at the event?


If yes:
Title of your poster:


Abstract of your poster (300 characters max.):

Choose your parallel session: *

 

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