On the last day of the 10th Jubilee International Week, the Scientific Students’ Association Conference (TDK) was held online in English, as an example of the annual Hungarian TDK. Students created a 15-minute presentation where they illustrated their research and interpreted their outcomes.
The jury provides the students with feedback and asks them questions forthwith their presentations. The jury consists of: Ms. Glavanovics Andrea, Ms. Orsolya Hoffman PhD, Dr. Szalai Katalin, Ms. Orsolya Krivách, Ms. Wirthné Móricz Zsuzsanna, and Dr. Márti Folmeg PhD.
Huge congratulations to Anna Patricia Gal for winning the Best Presentation and Best Presenter! She can further take her research and reports to proceed on a national level (OTDK), where they compete against other students from Hungary institutions.
The jury has also set a price for Ali Shahroze for his performance, namely, the Most Practice-Oriented presentation!
This year is a bit more special than the previous ones. It is the first time that international students could apply and present in English. Previously only Hungarian students could participate. Students are free to choose any topics where they produce their research on them.
The name of the students and their presentation are as follow (in the presentation order):
Anna Patricia Gál, International Relations BA – Secure Jobs in the Age of AI and Smart Factories
Balázs Tanos, International Relations MA – Can Smart Homes be Products of Open Innovation?
Rácz Alexandra Gabriella, Economist in Tourism and Catering BSc – Opportunities for sustainable tourism in Zala county
Yana Sydorenko, Erasmus student MSc – Features of the implementation of the European business model in the realities of Ukraine
Franciska Hefkó, Nelson Nazir, Saad Muhammad Adil, Tourism and Catering BA – Budapest Donut Model
Kamila Kovach, International Relations BA – Political system in Ukraine
Shahroze Ali, Business Administration and Management BSc – The resources of success of Touchstone communication in Pakistan