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Mid-Term Review, Budapest

BME and FETI

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April 22 @ 9:00 am 5:00 pm CEST

Catchy Mid-Term Review will be held in Schay Room, Department of Physics at Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Catchy members please register once below for the school and/or the Mid-Term Review before March 31st

Programme

TimeDescriptionPresenter
April 22
(Day 4)
Schay-Room
Dept. of Physics,
Budapest University – BME
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09:00 – 09:30Introduction by the REA Project Officer
PO
09:30 – 10:00Tour de tableAll Catchy PIs and ESR/ERs
10:00 – 10:30Report of the CoordinatorEwald Janssens
Coffee / Tea Break
11:00 – 14:50Catchy Fellows’ individual reportsAll Catchy ESRs
11:00 – 11:10ESR1 presentation – KULImran Abbas
11:10 – 11:20ESR2 presentation – TCLJoão Coroa
11:20 – 11:30ESR3 presentation – UUPavol Mikolaj
11:30 – 11:40ESR4 presentation – RUDeepak Pradeep
11:50 – 12:00ESR6 presentation – BMEBárbara Zamora Yusti
12:00 – 12:10ESR7 presentation – RUWaqas Pervez
12:10 – 12:20ESR8 presentation – KULDimitra Papamichail
12:20 – 12:30ESR9 presentation – PSISumant Phadke
Lunch
14:00 – 14:10ESR10 presentation – UADeema Balalta
14:10 – 14:20ESR11 presentation – DTUFilippo Romeggio
14:20 – 14:30ESR12 presentation – DTUEsperanza Sedano Varo
14:30 – 14:40ESR13 presentation – VITOWenjian Hu
14:40 – 14:50ESR14 presentation – PSIMaximilian Winzely
14:50 – 16:10Meeting between the Catchy fellows and the REA representative REA and Catchy Fellows
Coffee / Tea Break
16:50 – 17:35Feedback and open discussionAll
End of Mid-term Review

Practical Information

Location

Schay Room, Budafoki út 6-8, Physics Department, BME

Budafoki út 6-8
Budapest, 1111 Hungary
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Covid-regulations

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Travel Guide to Budapest
By Train

Budapest has excellent international rail connections. There are a dozen direct trains each day from Vienna, seven from Prague, five from Munich, two from Zurich and one from Hamburg, Berlin and Dresden.

By Plane

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD), commonly known as Ferihegy, is the main international airport serving Budapest. BUD is located 16 km (10 miles) southeast of Budapest city centre. It is a hub for Smartwings Hungary, Wizz Air and Ryanair. 

Airport to city center

Fotaxi is the official taxi service of Budapest airport. Their booths are located at the exits from terminals 2A and 2B. All cars have POS devices which means that they accept credit cards. Taxis from the airport work for fixed transport prices in the range of 25 EUR. Another option is the Airport Shuttle Minibus, that takes you to your destination conveniently for a somewhat cheaper, fixed price. Follow the signs at the airport to their office to buy a ticket.
You can also consider taking a Bolt ride (check Bolt app) and share the ride with other colleagues.

Public transport provides easy access to the city center from Budapest Airport. The bus stops are located on the arrivals level, between the two terminals.

There are 2 lines connecting the airport and the center of Budapest: 100E and 200E. There are also night buses which you can combine in order to get to the city center.
100E is a direct bus line connecting the airport from the Terminal 2 and Deak Ferenc Square in the city center. The bus operates in both directions every 20 minutes from 05:00 to 01:20 (from the airport) and 03:40 to 00:40 (from the center). The ticket costs 900 HUF (2.70 euro) and the journey lasts around 45 minutes.

In Budapest

BME is located at the hearth of Budapest on the Danube river side and can be reached conveniently using public transport, including the Metro Line 4. The closest stop for the university is “Szent Gellért tér – Műegyetem” for all types of public transport

Public Transport

You need to have a valid ticket or season ticket with you. Tickets are valid for ONE ride on ONE bus or tram line you may change only between metro lines.Tickets are available all around the city at metro stations, tram stations, or street kiosks. Also, you can buy tickets on your phone by downloading the Mobiljegy app. You can use the same type of ticket for all forms of public transport, but you need to validate a new ticket for each journey. Additionally, single tickets are available from the driver on board the bus with an extra charge of fee. There are also convenient Travelcards valid for 1, 2, 3 or 7 days.

For a convenient use of public transport in Budapest:

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Tourist Information

Budapest sightseeing and tourist information is available here.

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