A new Hungarian law grants control over research grant awards for basic science to a large government office from January 1, 2015, raising concerns about the independence of the process, according to Professor Janos Kertesz of CEU’s Center for Network Science.
Learn from currently enrolled students, as well as alumni, about their experience studying at Central European University in this Q&A panel session that took place during CEU's Open House.
The Center for European Enlargement Studies hosted the tenth event of History Lesson About Freedom: Freedom Today and the Future of Europe. 25 Years After 1989 on Dec. 9. The public debate series was initiated and supported by the Polish Institute and the Embassy of Poland in Budapest to mark the 25th anniversary of the democratic transformation in Central Eastern Europe.
Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, visiting professor at the Center of Network Science at CEU, received the Prima Primissima Award for his outstanding contributions to network science on December 5.