November 26, 2015
http://hvg.hu/itthon/20151126_terror_jarvany_virus_mem_halozatkutatas - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: Janos Kertesz, professor at CEU’s Center for Network Science, pointed out the network-like characteristics of terrorism. Network science helps in the exact understanding of how ideas of terrorism spread, however, but it is also used by terrorists to monitor social media sites and digital networks.
April 25, 2015
Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet’s weekend edition features Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, visiting professor at CEU’s Center for Network Science, who discusses his recent research on networks and health. Due to copyright regulations the interview is only available in print (April 25, 2015, p.28, Joslo halo)
February 19, 2015
Hungarian political weekly Heti Valasz interviewed Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, physicist and network science researcher about the importance of this exciting field of study, and his early career. Visting Professor in the Center for Network Science at CEU, Barabasi divides his time between Boston and Budapest. Among his many accomplishments, he won the Hungarian Prima Primissima Award in December 2014 for his outstanding contributions to network science. His book Linked was translated to 13 languages.
January 6, 2015
Hungarian economic monthly Haszon magazine reports on higher education opportunities, and mentions CEU’s offering a program for data scientists. Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the monthly (pp. 43-45, Milyen szakot valasszak). Other item of Hungarian coverage: Nepszabadsag, 22.01.2015. (p.22, Ahol a gyakorlat teszi) print Figyelo, 22.01.2015. (pp.35-37, Versenyhelyzetben) print