The essays should be submitted in Hungarian.
Deadline: October 15, 2022.
The competition aims to involve the youth more in the discourse on the achievements of modern science. The essays should reflect or build upon the lectures of the series.
The essays will be evaluated by a jury of scholars and researchers delegated by CEU and Qubit:
- Zsolt Enyedi, CEU DI / CEU
- Gyorgy Fabri, Eotvos Lorand University
- Agnes Kende, CEU DI / Qubit
- Laszlo Molnar, Qubit / Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences
- Zoltan Sz. Biro, Qubit / Corvinus University
- Katalin Szende, CEU DI / CEU
- Mozes Szekely, Eotvos Lorand University
- Renata Uitz, CEU DI / CEU
Find more information about the competition (in Hungarian) here.
CEU’s Borderless Knowledge project, launched in 2019 and housed now at the CEU Democracy Institute, is based on the principle that knowledge belongs to everyone, that scientific breakthroughs and the latest research aimed at solving societal problems should not just be available to the public but should initiate a debate.
In the open lecture series CEU professors, leading Hungarian experts and well-known public figures discuss exciting recent scientific findings and their direct impact on our everyday lives. Most lectures are held in Hungarian, with simultaneous English translation provided.