SecureChange final review in Leuven

The final review of the SecureChange EU FP7 research project was held in Leuven, Belgium, on the 28th and 29th March 2012. The results of the third year of the project, as well as a summary of the entire three-year span of research were presented to EU-mandated reviewers. The reviewers posed questions based on the presentations and written deliverables, and then retired behind close doors; in the end, they announced that they accept the work of the SecureChange consortium.

Honorary Award from National Talent Support Council to our professor

On 24 March 2012, the National Talent Support Council awarded Dr. András Pataricza the Honorary Award for tutoring young talents. This award admits lifelong tutoring and supporting gifted young people. The award contains a silver medal, a golden pin and a certificate of merit, which recognize minimum 20 years of significant, exemplary talent developing activity.

SERENE workshop and autumn school on resilient software engineering

SERENE workshop and a related autumn school will be organized in September 2012 in Pisa in Italy in the topic of software engineering in resilient systems. The aim of 2012 edition of the autumn school is to discuss the main advances in model-driven and formal approaches for ensuring quality and dependability of software-intensive systems. Prof. dr. András Pataricza helps the work of organization as a PC member.

Deadline for workshop paper submission: 11 May 2012.

New contributions to another official subproject

Our colleague and PhD student, Zoltán Ujhelyi has been accepted as a committing contributor to another subproject. He will be working on the Zest: The Eclipse Visualization Toolkit library, which provides automatic graph layouting algorithms and visualizers for the Eclipse Graphical Editing Framework.

Award winner report in data analysis

A report written by Imre Kocsis, Kristóf Gáti, András Pataricza, and Gábor Horváth under the title: Time Series Analysis and Order Prediction with R and addressed order prediction won a "Honorable Mention" and a $1,000 award in the "R in Business competition". The contest was aiming at the solution of real-time business problems by means of advanced statistics, organized by Revolution Analytics.

SecureChange General Assembly in Milton Keynes, UK

The three-year span of the SecureChange EU research project is nearing its completion this January. The last General Assembly before the final review was held between 18-19 of January, at the campus of Open University in Milton Kenes, UK. In addition to the university, the town is also famous for Bletchley Park, the secret location hosting Alan Turing and the rest of the codebreakers during the Second World War.

EMF-IncQuery presented at EclipseCon Europe 2011

EMF-IncQuery was presented by István Ráth at EclipseCon Europe 2011, at the Modeling Symposium. We have talked about performance characteristics as well as presented our plans for the new architecture in the upcoming v0.7 release. More details about the symposium are found here.

Award for István Majzik

Dr.István  Majzik received a "Gold Medal for Distinguished Tutors" form the National Council for Student Research. This award appreaciates long services in promoting and tutoring the volunteer research carried out by students.

Faculty Scientific Students Associations Conference 2011.

The  Scientific Students Associations Conference 2011 of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics was held on November 16, 2011. Students from our group presented five papers during the day, recieving three First, one Second and one Third price. We would like to congratulate our students here again! Read more »

Academy Award for a Textbook

The book  "Formal Methods in Computing"  edited by Miklós Ferenczi, András Pataricza and Lajos Rónyai  was published by Akadémiai Kiadó, the publishing house of the Hungarian Academy of Scences (HAS). This book won an Academy Award upon the proposal of the Section of Mathematics of the HAS. Read more »

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