BAY ZOLTÁN NONPROFIT LTD. FOR APPLIED RESEARCH

(1116 Budapest, Fehérvári út 130.)

  • Interactive workshops, hands-on experiments, demonstrations, spectacular programmes for partner schools’ pupils involving BZN’s industrial partners both years (e.g. critical raw materials, circular economy)
  • Laser programmes: using laser beam for cutting and welding of small souvenirs
  • Flike: the world’s first manned tricopter - visitors can meet the innovators in person and also learn about the research-to-market process on the basis of a real life example
  • Energy efficiency of drones
  • Drag race with small robots directed with smart phones
  • Lego-robot building and programming competition supporting the STEM education of disadvantaged pupils throughout the country
  • Raw Materials educational hands-on toolkit designed for experiments at schools
  • Quizzes about the exploration, extraction, processing, recycling and substitution of raw materials
  • Exhibition of minerals
  • Mining game competition for visitors
  • Meet and talk to the scientists – on rare and critical raw materials
  • Demos about BZN’s research results and developments (e.g. in-house navigation systems by smart phones, health related IT solutions such as assisted living solutions; sensor-based IT solutions; biotechnological experiments: nano-printing, biological diagnostics, protein chip technology, etc.).
  • “Mobility in research careers”
  • Workshop for 16-24 years on how to get prepared for international mobility, with the motto: “research is international”

 

  

ERICSSON BUILDING

(1117 Budapest, Irinyi József utca 4–20.)

  • Hobbies of Researchers 5.0 (Smart home, civil flight simulator, Softvehicle etc.)
  • Innovations driving the future ICT - with unique, spectacular demos and /or  prototypes from the world of Ericsson (“Accelerate to 4G”, Rhythm of the cities)
  • Spectacular experiments in Physics not only for scientists (Physics cocktail, Loud experiments, Magical experiments)
  • “Once in a year” – visit to the world-famous research laboratories of Ericsson: two laboratories on media processing – the video-laboratory, the hardware-laboratory and a laboratory with small equipment 

 

 

BME CAMPUS– CHILDREN’S UNIVERSITY (CU) 

(1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 3.)

  • CU-BME+: competition among participants of CU to receive rewards
  • Visit of the flight simulator: take-off and landing from the perspective of the pilots
  • Wind Tunnel Laboratory: experiencing various flow phenomena (vortex cannon, giant soap bubble, testing of a model truck etc.)
  • Sensory analysis of foods
  • From wheat grain to bread: presentation and quiz about food production, proteins and cereals
  • Flame organ and flame speed measurement
  • Water rocket: demonstration of rocket propulsion with a water rocket
  • The world of automotive electronics, a visit in the embedded system laboratory
  • Intelligent home (smart home): presentation of smart devices as smart glass, 3D computer
  • Seeing the unseen: methods of the Continentals Central Quality Laboratory

 

 

NATE, GOOGLE GROUND - ZIPERNOWSKY HOUSE OF SCIENCE AND ARTS

(1014 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 33.)

  • Speed dating Science Café, speak with inspiring role models to provide opportunity for the future generation, especially for girls, ask questions and learn about specific areas of science and engineering
  • Meeting the grantees of the Women in Science Excellence Award Hungary
  • Gender-related technical exhibition
  • Display of the artworks of female artists
  • Google Ground programmes with the involvement of SMEs/start-ups and young innovators

 

 

ÓBUDA CLUSTER

(1034 Budapest, Bécsi út 96/b.)

  • Classic logical and strategic games from chess to Rubik’s cube
  • “Tech kindergarten” for young visitors to build tech installations
  • Scientific conference for 10-12 year old talented young researchers
  • Workshop of innovative SMEs, represented by young innovators
  • Laboratory visits (big data, bioinformatics, intelligent transportation systems, robotics, handicap laboratory)
  • Telemedicine and eHealth applications, the benefits of patient telemonitoring and the opportunities of DaVinci surgical system (the only one in Hungary)
  • Robotic applications driven by voice commands of visitors
  • Unmanned vehicle system by Bosch Hungary research centre
  • Skool representatives will educate girls between age 9-14 on Lego Robotics and Scratch programming
  • Smart Application Development Competition for students (14-20) with a special “Girl Innovator Award” (awarded during RSN 2017) 

 

 

HIDEGKÚT CLUSTER 

(1028 Budapest, Templom u. 2-10.)

  • Spectacular experiment show on chemistry and physics
  • Chemistry Competition for high school students with a preliminary online and a live final round conducted by a chemist researcher
  • „IQ obstacle race”
  • Personalized career advice for students by researchers and professional advisors with the motto “How can you become a researcher?”
  • Presentations of local innovative SME-s about their innovations and the secrets of competitiveness
  • Introduction of young innovators 

 

 

TIT VENUES

TIT Budapest Planetarium

(Budapest, Népliget)

  • Spectacular shows about space followed by live explanatory talks of astronomers
  • Exhibitions of meteorites
  • Astrophoto exhibition
  • Walking Solar System, dedicated science café with MSCA fellows and researchers with international experience
  • Stem-cell obstacle race with the help of MSCA fellows

Member Clubs

(Békéscsaba - TIT Kőrösök vidéke Egyesület: 5600 Békéscsaba, Damjanich u. 1/3; Salgótartján - Nógrád megyei TIT: 3100 Salgótarján, Fő tér; Szekszárd - Tolna megyei TIT: 7100 Szekszárd, Rákóczi u. 1.; Szolnok - Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok megyei TIT: 5000 Szolnok, Jubileum tér 5. 23. emelet; Szombathely - Vas megyei TIT: 9700 Szombathely, Szent Imre herceg u. 112.; Tatabánya - Komáron-Esztergom megyei TIT: 2890 Tata, Eötvös J. u. 19.; Zalaegerszeg - TIT Öveges József Ismeretterjesztő és Szakképző Egyesület: 8991 Teskánd, Rákóczi u. 31.; TIT Öveges József Ismeretterjesztő és Szakképző Egyesület előadóterme: 8900 Zalaegerszeg, Dísz tér 7.; Nyíregyháza - TIT Jurányi Lajos Egyesülete: 4400 Nyíregyháza, Országzászló tér 8; Nyíregyházi Főiskola: 4400 Nyíregyháza, Kótaji út 9.)

  • Observing interesting phenomena on the horizon with telescopes set up in the clubs or on the main squares in towns
  • Chat with the scientist: Scientists talk about healthy ways of living and the role of innovation in our everyday lives in a science café atmosphere  

 

 

BAY ZOLTÁN CAMPUS IN MISKOLC; BAY-LOGI  

(3519 Miskolctapolca, Iglói út 2.)

  • Interactive workshops, scientific lectures and demos by senior and junior researchers: Innovations in nanotechnology, environmental sciences and engineering
  • Smart IT solutions in the field of Energetics, Transporting and Health – interactive demonstrations for visitors
  • Termite reaction
  • Use of metal foams
  • Presentation of the Marangoni convention and the super paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle (SPION)
  • Kids’ logics games competitions  with research related prizes; Molecular gastronomy show and an IT technology exhibition: “from C64 through a tablet PC and on to artificial intelligence”
  • “Science show” with experiments and reactions about atoms’ reactivity (e.g. use of various metal foams, Marangoni conversion, super paramagnetic iron-oxide nanoparticle)

 

 

BAY ZOLTÁN CAMPUS IN SZEGED; BAY-BIO 

(6726 Szeged, Derkovits fasor 2.)

  • Scientific presentations about new methodologies for creating energy with the help of biotechnology, and for restoring nature the most effectively after contamination
  • Spectacular laboratory experiments measuring CO2, pH, or using special microscopes for all age groups
  • “International cooperation is cool!” - interactive lectures about the international projects of the institute (e.g. soil modelling, soil investigations, using algae in biotechnology and alcohol-fermentation)
  • Spectacular demos about amazing innovations (e.g. microbial fuel cells, which are producing electricity directly with bacteria, or follow up microorganisms by detecting the CO2 produced by them)