Cooperation at the highest level – BME moves up a gear in industrial cooperation


The aim of our series of articles is to further strengthen the reputation of the Technical University and to present all the strengths with which we can maintain and arouse the interest of current and future university partners and large companies in the opportunities of joint projects with BME. We report on innovative, forward-looking collaborations that have been established through the cooperation of the university and industry and that have resulted in research results that can be used in everyday life. At the heart of the discussions is the potential of the BME – INDUSTRY cooperation.

In the first part of the series, we talked with Attila Kotán, chancellor of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, about how universities can become key players in economic life.
This is how universities can become a more integrated player in economic life

In the second article, dr. István Greiner, research director of Gedeon Richter Plc. makes a statement about why an industrial approach is important at the university.
The university's industrial approach is important

In the third part of our online article series launched in March, we talked with Katalin Sebők, Vice President for Innovation of NKFIH, about how to increase the innovation performance resulting from the cooperation of industry and the university.
A key factor is the market utilization of valuable knowledge

In the fourth article published on March 19, we talked with Beáta Szoboszlai, chief economist of the MVM Group, about how it was a hit to focus the research program on renewable energies with FIEK.
MVM is preparing to continue the successful BME-FIEK cooperation

"By expanding the cooperation between the university and industry in education and research and development, we can create a regional innovation hub that is valuable to both companies and the university." - we asked Dale A. Martin, President and CEO of Siemens Zrt. about the details.
From the seed sown in FIEK, more great things can be born

In our sixth interview, we talked with Dr. Anikó Grad-Weakabout how the national startup training program (HSUP), which was launched last year and joined by the Technical University, provides a safe experimental ground for the development of entrepreneurship hidden in students.
University-level "primer" for the world of startups

In the April part of our online article series, we talked with Csaba Volcano, head of nokia bell labs' Budapest division, about the results we have achieved together and why he considers it advantageous for the company to work with university researchers.
BME-NOKIA: The FIEK project has taken our joint work to the next level

Our series of articles launched in February has reached its eighth part, in which Gergely Balázs , managing director of Rolls-Royce in Hungary and associate professor at the Technical University, talks about the construction of the Drive Lab, its significance and future plans.
FIEK: As a new industrial partner, Rolls-Royce is also preparing to continue

In our may article, we talked with Zsolt Szalayabout BME's research on intelligent vehicles, the ZalaZONE test track and how important the symbiosis of research and training is.
Where the mobility of the future is already being researched