Budapest University of Technology and Economics

The conference will take place at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. It is situated on the west bank of the Danube, which allows a first-class location as being close to the city center as well as providing all necessary resources. The University was founded in 1782, and it is one of the largest institutions of higher education in Hungary and one of Central Europe’s most important research centres.

The University Ceremonial Hall, venue of the plenaries, offers panoramic view of famous bridges over the Danube.

Address: Műegyetem rkp. 3. | 1111 Budapest, Hungary


Did you know that the Hungarian capital Budapest has been named the second best city in the world based on the Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards 2015? Let’s see what’s special in this city! You may have known that the capital is divided into two by the River Danube but have you heard that Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue are UNESCO World Heritage sites? You can book various cruise trips or hop on the public transport’s ships to enjoy the beautiful view. Next to the river, it is worth to check out Várkert Bazaar, which is a newly restored neo-renaissance building complex surrounded by amazing environment. Budapest is an architectural paradise as being an ancient city with different cultural (e.g. Roman and Turkish) influences. Budapest deserves its fame as a city of thermal baths and health spas, as well. There is no other capital on the globe with swimming and bathing halls dating back to the medieval Turkish occupation and still in use today.

Budapest videoThe traditional Hungarian cuisine, successfully mingled with modern sophistication, and the famous Hungarian wines offer a good choice for every gourmet. If you wish to take part in an extraordinary wine tasting, visit cave labyrinth under Budapest’s castle district. Concerning traditional Hungarian food, you must try fish soup, chicken paprika, a good home-made stew and goose liver is also recommended.

Don’t miss to explore this peaceful and lively, big and yet friendly metropolis. Inviting cafés offers delicious pastries and cakes. Museums and concerts to delight both the eye and ear. At night, the lights on the monuments and bridges gleam in the dark like jewels. View this video to see more about Budapest: