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Recent advances in industry university cooperation a hungarian view

Recent advances in industry-university cooperation –a Hungarian view

Gábor Péceli

([email protected])

John von Neumann Computer Society

and

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Universities and the ICT Industry Workshop, 26 May 2007


Introduction

Introduction

The central building

of the 225 years old

Technical University

of Budapest

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Infopark budapest

Infopark Budapest

IBM Hungary, Hewlett Packard Hungary, Hungarian Telecom Research, T-Online, …

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Faculty of electrical engineering and informatics

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

  • - 10 departments,

  • - ~4500 students,

  • - BSc & MSc in

  • electrical and

  • computer

  • engineering,

  • BSc & MSc in

  • computer science

  • and engineering,

  • MSc in biomedical

  • engineering.

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The message of this talk

The message of this talk …

In Hungary there are new mechanisms, supported by the government, to improve industry-university cooperation …

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The mobile innovation centre mik

The Mobile Innovation Centre (MIK)

The mission of the Mobile Innovation Centre is as follows:

- Supporting research and development of high-speed mobile

and wireless technologies, including the B3G technological trends

following the 3G mobile systems.

- Promoting implementation of 3G/4G mobile and wireless

technologies, network services, systems and applications based

on these technologies and testing them in an independent

environment.

- Encouragingestablishment, development and practical use

of the latest mobile and wireless technologies/services.

- Supporting tough cooperation of universities, industrial

companies and small and medium size enterprises, and

supporting small and medium sized enterprises established

for the development of mobile and wireless technologies and

services.

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Regional knowledge centres rkc p ter p zm ny programme

Regional Knowledge Centres (RKC) – Péter Pázmány Programme

  • University of Debrecen: High-technologies around the University of Debrecen

  • University of Szeged: Szeged Neurobiological Knowledge Centre

  • Semmelweis University: Szentágothai János Regional University Knowledge Centre

  • BME:Advanced Vehicles and Vehicle Control Knowledge Centre

  • University of Miskolc: Knowledge Intensive Mechatronics and Logistics Systems Knowledge Centre

  • University of Western-Hungary: Regional Knowledge Centre of Forest and Wood Utilization

Supported Regional Knowledge Centres 2004:

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Regional knowledge centres rkc p ter p zm ny programme1

Regional Knowledge Centres (RKC) – Péter Pázmány Programme

  • BME: Innovation and Knowledge Centre of Information Technology

  • University of Szeged: Environmental- and Nanotechnology RSC: development of integrated systems for the improvement of the quality of human life

  • University of Pécs: University Innovation Knowledge Centre for Developing Life

    Quality Improving Medicines and Methods of Treatment

  • Széchenyi István University: University-based Regional University Knowledge

    Centre for Vehicle Industry

  • Eötvös Lóránd University:

    E-Science Regional University Knowledge Centre

  • Szent István University: Centre of Excellence in Environmental Industry

  • Eszterházy Károly College: EGERFOOD Knowledge Centre

Supported Regional Knowledge Centres 2005:

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Regional knowledge centres rkc p ter p zm ny programme2

Regional Knowledge Centres (RKC) – Péter Pázmány Programme

  • University of Pannonia:

    Information Security Research and Development Centre

  • Corvinus University of Budapest: Research and Development in the

    Food chain Regional Science Centre

  • College of Nyíregyháza: FOOD-ENERG Regional Knowledge Centre

  • Eötvös Lóránd University: Cell-communication Knowledge Centre

  • College of Dunaújváros: Regional Material Science and Logistics Knowledge Centre

  • Budapest Tech Polytechnic:

    Transportation Informatics and Telematics Knowledge Centre

Supported Regional Knowledge Centres 2006:

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Advanced vehicles and vehicle control knowledge centre bme

Advanced Vehicles and Vehicle Control Knowledge Centre (BME)

The five research programs:

(1) Control of a Vehicle Group,

(2) Direct Vehicle-Environment Contact based Control,

(3) Control on the Vehicle Level,

(4) Intelligent Actuators,

(5) Platform Systems, Solutions

The Knowledge Centre conducted notable educational and

training activities even during its first year of operation, involving

15 undergraduate and 18 PhD students in its R&D activities,

coming from various departments of BME, and other universities.

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Innovation and knowledge centre of information technology bme

Innovation and Knowledge Centre of Information Technology (BME)

  • e-Document program:

    (1) content and document conversions, (2) authenticity and quality audit,

    (3) document management, are linked to existing products of the industrial

    partners, and aim at updating existing modules and developing new ones by

    putting into practice research achievements.

  • Middleware, knowledge base and graphical applications program:

    (1) transport logistics, (2) geographic information system databases,

    (3) internal security algorithms, and (4) real-time rendering methods.

  • e-Security development program:

    (1) establishing IT quality laboratory, (2) log-gathering and analysis, and

    (3) virtually closed networks.

    4.Grid and security lab program:

    (1) planning distributed and extended file systems, (2) industrial applications

    of Grid systems, and (3) maintaining an IT security lab.

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Ibm centre of advanced studies cas budapest

IBM Centre of Advanced Studies (CAS) Budapest

Its mission is as worldwide:

Innovation through collaboration

1.Facilitate the exchange of academic research knowledge and real world industry challenges towards enhancing IBM products, processes & services; 

2.Establish IBM as the partner and employer of choice for top students as they learn and develop skills to create the technology of the future;

3.Build and foster relationships among researchers, funding agencies, IBM, and customers;

4.Expose IBM developers to current research directions, and identify new and emerging technology issues for academic research.

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Ibm centre of advanced studies cas budapest1

IBM Centre of Advanced Studies (CAS) Budapest

The current activity is related to the integration SOA (Service

Oriented Architecture) and SOA management concepts into the

curricula, and increasing the exposure of IBM Tivoli, Rational

and other SWG products to students. It will also continue the

IBM local history of supporting collaborative research through

Faculty Awards and other funding mechanisms.

The centre currently sponsors a visiting professor within his organization,

with plans to increase the university activities sponsored by CAS Budapest

over the coming years, including outreach to other universities. The centre

is currently supported by Sales & Distribution (S&D) (specifically SWG

Technical Sales and Services) and represents a successful model for a

CAS created and sustained by that business unit.

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Recent advances in industry university cooperation a hungarian view

Education: new structure, new requirements ...

Traditional 10-semester Diploma programs in Engineering

(300 ECTS credits)

7-semester BSc (210 credits) + 4-semester MSc (120 credits)

BSc: should be more practical than university programs, and

should be more theoretical than college programs

MSc: should be as high level as Diploma programs or higher ...

Learning outcome ...

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Recent advances in industry university cooperation a hungarian view

Some other motivating observations ...

(See also Proc. of the IEEE, January 2000, Special Issue

Electrical and Computer Engineering Education)

Math and Physics background of incoming students ...

Experimental background of incoming students ...

Lack of motivation and patience ...

Lack of good study skills ...

Increasing volume of core ECE material ...

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Recent advances in industry university cooperation a hungarian view

Internal problems of our Faculty …

Due to historical and structural problems, and the financing

scheme applied at BUTE, the 10 departments are in permanent

competition with each other to increase their loads

in education ...

Any idea to change the curriculum is a beginning of

heated debates ...

The staff is seriously overloaded ... only 50% of the budget

comes from the Ministry of Education ...

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The BSc program in ECE at BUTE ...

FEEI decided to keep the basic structure of the first five

semesters of the ongoing 5-years curriculum, only minor

structural changes were introduced.

What was changed is simply the content and the style of the

subjects to meet the before-mentioned requirements. The price

paid is the number of the contact hours: 24  28/week.

We decided not reduce the math and physics courses like some

other programs did, but we try to be more practice oriented:

we have rearranged our courses to offer more design examples,

pre-engineering home-works, etc.

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The BSc program in ECE at BUTE ...

Basics (50 credits): Math (20 cr.), Computer Science Basics

(6 cr.), Physics (10 cr.), Material Science (4 cr.), Informatics I-II

(10 cr).

Economics and humanities: 20 credits

Core courses (86 cr.): Programming Basics (9 cr.), Digital Design

(12 cr.),Signals and Systems (12 cr.), Electrotechnic (6 cr.),

Electromagnetic fields (5 cr.), Electronics (12 cr.),

Microelectronics (5 cr.), Measurement technology (5 cr),

Electricalpower engineering (5 cr.), Info-communication (5 cr.),

Electronic technology (5 cr.), Control engineering (5 cr).

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The BSc program in ECE at BUTE ...

Specializations (including thesis-work) (44 cr.):

Embedded information systems

Energy transducer systems

Info-communication systems

Control engineering and robot informatics

Micro-systems and circuit-modules

Computing systems and engineering

Broadband and media communication

Electrical power systems

Electives: 10 credits

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Conclusions

Conclusions

In Hungary several promising governmental actions attempt to improve industry-university cooperation. These include

innovation and knowledge centres

located at major universities offering BSc& MSc programs in computer science engineering, and/or electrical and computer.

The majority of these programs are rather new,

the outcome is hard to predict…

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Recent advances in industry university cooperation a hungarian view

Thank you for your attention !

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