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At the University of Colorado in Boulder, one of America’s flagship public universities, with 11 Nobel Prize winners, Miskolc geothermal expert Aniko Toth recently finished teaching a summer course in geothermal education. The five-week, four-credit class was entitled ”Geothermal Energy: Prospecting, Production and Utilization.” Dr. Toth, PhD, has now taught the course two years in a row, and was invited to give additional geothermal lectures at CU-Boulder in 2016. Dr. Toth is a full-time faculty member in the Engineering and Earth Science Faculty of the University of Miskolc. The success of her course reflects well on both the University of Miskolc and the increasingly more important topic of geothermal education.
The only SPE Student Chapter in Hungary is operating in the framework of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Institute. The self-motivated student group is actively organizing and coordinating the professional and civic activities of the students. The Head of the Board is Martin Nagy, Levente Gál, Bence Mallár and Zoltán Székely is the Members of the Board. “The objective of the Student Chapter is to help the younger students to get in touch with the professionals in the industry and to widen their field of view. (more…)
The students who have spent a year at our university concluded their studies in Hungary on a closing conference. Tamás Kékesi (professor, vice-rector) and János Földessy (professor) attended at conference as chairmen on 5th and 20th of January.
According to the agreement between Hungarian Rector Conference and the education agency of Brazil more than 1000 students arrived at Hungarian universities, 30 of them at the University of Miskolc. Their studies in Hungary lasts one year. We hope that by the obtained impressions and experiences of students they will grow the reputation of our university in their country. Their comments about their staying here will be useful in the organization work of next arriving student groups. (more…)
On the 27th November 2014 Thursday the “Ecological approach in the municipal solid waste utilization” conference was held in the Ceremonial Hall of the Academic Committee of Miskolc. The reason of this event was the current 20-30% glass, plastic and paper waste recovery rate should be increased up to 80-90% until 2035 in Hungary. This gives several tasks for the future engineers. European Union funds will be available for the solutions within the framework of various operational programs (OPs). (more…)
The Kick-off-Meeting of the KINDRA – Knowledge inventory for hydrogeology research H2020 project was held on 15-16 January, 2015 in La Palma, Spain. The project will be implemented in the cooperation of 6 international partners, the coordinator is Sapienza University, Rome. University of Miskolc is also a partner. On the meeting the University was represented by Péter Szűcs and Tamás Madarász. Éva Hartai also took part in the representation of the European Federation of Geologists.
The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering at the University of Miskolc reached a high level of acceptance and reputation. The faculty’s infrastructure was highly developed in the last decade and thanks to the good technology the students and lecturers participate in important international and national research projects. (more…)
The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering represents the widest field of earth sciences among the educational institute in Hungary. Many of our courses are unique in Hungary.
As a result of the significant investments and training supports the level of education in the Faculty of Earth Sciences and Engineering has outstanding infrastructural background even compared to international levels. The actual education profile of the faculty is described below. (more…)