Lectures on Modern Scientific Programing 2022

Building 3, 2nd floor, Council Room (Wigner RCP )

Building 3, 2nd floor, Council Room

Wigner RCP

1121 Budapest, Konkoly-Thege Miklós Str. 29-33.,

Lectures on Modern Scientific Programming 2022

The Wigner Scientific Computing Laboratory organizes two-day-long lectures on Machine Learning, Quantum Computing and Quantum Machine Learning in 2022 November 14-15 for those interested ones.

The lectures are highly recommended to those who haven't got the chance to get to know the basics of these topics and their fields of usage. Invited performers will present these.

For the earlier events see: 2019, 2018,2017,2016,2015

Confirmed speakers: 
Gábor Bíró (Wigner RCP)
Ernő Dávid (Wigner RCP)
Péter Rakyta (ELTE, Wigner RCP)
Zoltán Zimborás (Wigner RCP)
Michael Spannowsky (University of Durham)


The conference will be held offline form, therefore there are limited places to participate personally on-site. We encourage our former, current, and future partners to participate in the conference. 

More information is available on the website!

Useful pieces of information for sponsors.

Patrons of the Workshop:
Péter Lévai (Wigner RCP,  Member of HAS) and István Csabai (ELTE, Member of HAS)

Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi
Gábor Bíró
Balázs Kacskovics
Balázs Endre Szigeti

  • Aditya Nath Mishra
  • Attila Hajdu
  • Balazs Majoros
  • Balázs Endre Szigeti
  • Barna Mendei
  • Botond Osváth
  • Bálint Seli
  • Dániel Konrád Hajnal
  • Dávid Pataki
  • Dénes Hamar
  • Ernő Dávid
  • Gergely Barcza
  • Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi
  • Gergely Kobán
  • Gergely Nagy
  • Gyozo Nagy
  • Gábor Bíró
  • Gábor Fáth
  • Gábor Papp
  • Ivan Abilio
  • Kareem El-Safty
  • Laszlo Temleitner
  • Marcell Stippinger
  • Mira Gergácz
  • Mousumi Upadhyay Kahaly
  • Márton Karácsony
  • Naveed Ahmed
  • Nikolett Biró
  • Nóra Egei
  • Orsolya Kálmán
  • Peter Rakyta
  • Péter Kovács
  • Saibabu Madas
  • Sándor Paróczai
  • Sára Pituk
  • Tamas Hegedus
  • Tamas Szklenar
  • Tamás Belgya
  • Tibor Buzasi
  • Tibor Nagy
  • xGergely Singlár
  • Zoltán Udvarnoki
  • Zsigmond Benkő
  • Zsolt Diveki
  • Ákos Budai
  • Áron Rozgonyi