Minister Prize Awards Ceremony, Zagreb
This big and strongly motivated CEEPUS network offers various specifics in its field of “Computer
Science”. Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest is the coordinating unit of this network with 18 Institutions.
It covers the area of functional programming, programming methodology and parallel program design, compiler
construction, theory of programming languages, Data Science, Big Data and Complexity, Autonomous systems and
Artificial Intelligence. It organizes training at industrial partners and is responsible for the cooperation with
the “EIT Digital”. Other Partners, for example: the University of Linz (AT), provides its experience in the field of
object-oriented software development, compiler construction and runs the double degree programme “International
Master in Computer Science” since 2007. The University of Szeged (HU) contributes in automaton theory and organizes
biannual PhD students workshops and Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (RO) provides its expertise in complexity
of algorithms, programming languages and coordinates the preparations of a related Erasmus Mundus programme. The
network won the CEEPUS Ministers' Prize of Excellence in 2004, 2007 and 2019.
All participating partners offer specifics in the field of computer science, find out the details.
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