FreeSciEngineering
Conference 2024

SciEngineering Conference brings together R&D engineers with diverse backgrounds and a singular purpose - to redefine the limits of science.


October 17, 2024
Hungary, Budapest
FREE

SciEngineering Conference 2024
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250+ attendees · 3 elective tracks · 20+ speakers

Get ready to redefine the limits of science.

Learn from 20+ expert speakers who are at the forefront of their fields, connect with a vibrant and diverse community of engineers, researchers, and visionaries, and get the right skills and tools to advance your future.

Join us in Budapest, Hungary, for an enriching one-day in-person event where we will delve into the amazing capabilities of MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL Multiphysics, and Speedgoat. Discover practical insights that can advance your projects and broaden your understanding.

We’ve curated an exceptional lineup of sessions that delve into five application areas:

  • AI
  • Electrification
  • Model-Based Design
  • Technical Computing
  • Finite Element Simulation

Save your free seat today for this can’t-miss engineering event! Together, let’s embark on a journey that fosters the SciEenginering evolution, where learning and collaboration shape our shared future.

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SciEngineering Conference 2024

So many reasons to attend


  • Insider knowledge

    Empower yourself and your team with the knowledge and unique insights into the software from its developers.

  • Exceptional speakers

    Get tips on the industry's best practices on the use of our products from enthusiastic developers and software experts.

  • Networking opportunities

    Whether you are an engineer, researcher, scientist, or business leader, you'll meet many like-minded people.

October 17, 2024 | Budapest, Millenáris Park

SciEngineering Conference 2024


Agenda

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Speakers

Learn from experts. Then be an expert.

  • Koppany is an application engineer at SciEngineer. He is responsible for supporting the education industry and providing teachers and researchers with solutions that turn engineering education into an interactive experience for both students and teachers.

    Koppany graduated as an engineering physicist from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME); later, he received his Ph.D. in the field of material sciences, focusing on the application of transmission electron microscopy (TEM) techniques. He spent over 5 years in the semiconductor industry, working together with customers from various fields, including academic and industrial research.

    Akos Koppany Kiss, PhD

    Application Engineer, SciEngineer

  • Arpad Forberger

    Arpad is a senior application engineer at SciEngineer. His research and consulting work focus on technical computing and finite element modeling.

    Arpad received his MSc in mechanical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), focusing on applied mechanics. His PhD research focused on the use and research of new material models for polymeric flows.

    Arpad Forberger, PhD.

    Senior Application Engineer, SciEngineer

  • Bence Nagy

    Bence is an application engineer at SciEngineer. His research and consulting work focus on Model-Based Design and Vehicle Dynamics Simulations.

    Bence received his MSc in Mechanical Engineering from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU), focusing on applied mechanics and mechatronics. As an application engineer at Gamax, he enables our partners to accelerate their innovation cycle in model-based design, technical computing, model-level verification and validation, vehicle dynamics & powertrain simulation, and model-based system engineering, including deep engagements in technical support and training deliveries.

    Bence Nagy

    Application Engineer, SciEngineer

  • Daniel Szabo

    Daniel is an application engineer at SciEngineer.

    Daniel received his MSc in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), focusing on control system design and autonomous robots and vehicles. He then started the Ph.D. program, focusing on applying and researching dynamic collision avoidance algorithms for robotic manipulators.

    Daniel Szabo

    Application Engineer, SciEngineer

  • Domonkos Szeker

    Domonkos is an application engineering team lead at SciEngineer.

    Domonkos received his MSc in electrical and electronics engineering and embedded system design at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). Currently he leads a team of engineers, ensuring their professional growth and company services’ excellence. Domonkos’ consulting and development work focuses on model-based design, verification & validation and automatic code generation.

    Domonkos Szeker

    Application Engineer Team Leader

  • Geszti Gyula

    Gyula is an application engineer at SciEngineer. He received his MSc in Biomedical Engineering & Physics from King’s College London, focusing on MRI Sequence Development and Advanced Imaging Techniques. Additionally, he is an alumnus of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). Gyula spent three years in research & development, developing MRI software for preclinical MRI machines. His expertise in physics phenomena and R&D experience bring a unique combination of insights to help you overcome your challenges.

    Gyula Peter Geszti

    Application Engineer, SciEngineer

  • Gabor Kovacs

    Gabor is a training engineer at SciEngineer. Besides delivering courses, his research and consulting work focuses on Model-Based Design and Control Engineering.

    Gabor received his MSc in Electrical Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), focusing on control engineering and automation. As a training engineer at SciEngineer, he enables our partners to facilitate their innovation cycle by delivering training on the effective use of MATLAB and Simulink in various fields.

    Gabor Kovacs

    Training Engineer, Gamax Laboratory Solution

  • Lajos Varga

    Lajos is an engineer with 10+ years of R&D experience and the Head of Engineering at SciEngineer. He brings a unique combination of knowledge, experience, and insight to help you solve your challenges.

    Lajos Varga

    Head of Engineering, SciEngineer

  • Orkeny Zovathi

    Orkeny is a senior AI and machine learning expert with 6+ years of R&D experience. He received his MSc in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), focusing on the perception of autonomous robots and vehicles, and he earned his PhD in computer science from Pázmány Péter Catholic University (PPCU) related to computer vision and 3D perception.

    Orkeny Zovathi

    Application Engineer, SciEngineer

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The Venue

Budapest, Millenáris Park

Millenáris Park is a modern cultural center located in the heart of the 2nd district in Budapest, Hungary. The building originally belonged to the Ganz Works foundry complex, and the visitor can still see pieces of machinery used back in the day on display today.

In 2002 Millenáris architectural design received the Europa Nostra Award for the redevelopment of the area.

SciEngineering Conference 2024

Location & Transport

Budapest, Millenáris Park
H-1024 Budapest,
Kis Rókus u. 16-20
Building G
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+36 (1) 6900 904


How to get to Millenáris Park

Airport
You can take the bus 100E from the airport to Deák Ferenc tér, then transfer to the M2 (red line) metro and go to Szell Kalman ter station. From there, it's a short walk to Millenaris Park.
Public transportation
Many buses stop at Szell Kalman ter bus station, including bus numbers 5, 16, 21, 22, 39, 91, 102, and 105. Alternatively, you can also use tram number 4 or 6 to the Szell Kalman ter tram stop.
Parking
Millenaris Park offers both indoor and outdoor parking options. The parking lot is located directly underneath the Millenaris building. The parking fees vary, but generally, it costs around 500 HUF per hour.

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October 17, 2024 | Budapest, Millenáris Park

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