September 27, 2017
CEU’s Computer and Statistics Center offers free computer courses for staff and faculty during Fall Term. The courses are now open for registration on Infosys (UIS). - Statistics Primer (beginner statistics course based on Excel; offered only in Fall Term): Sept. 20 – Dec. 13, weekly on Wednesdays, 16.00-17.30 – STARTING SOON
January 17, 2017
The Computer and Statistics Center at CEU offers free places for their MS PowerPoint for Good Presentations 3-day computer course, starting this week.The course focuses on creating and managing efficient presentations, timing details, creating organizational charts as well as dealing with graphic and dynamic elements. The course is free of charge. Classes are held in a computer lab.• Schedule: January 18-20, Wednesday-Friday daily at 16.30-17.30, Orange lab (MB basement)• Pass requirements: course assignment & minimum attendance - 2 days• Course outline
November 29, 2016
How to prepate courses for the Winter Term Find the list of winter course on the e-learning site at http://ceulearning.ceu.edu (login with Novell username).
May 3, 2016
CEU’s Computer and Statistics Center offers free computer courses to members of the CEU community. These courses are not part of the Staff trainings organized by HRO but an additional opportunity to improve skills. The schedule is available as an O365 Calendar. If interested in a course, please check the Course outline and Pass requirements on the links below. Introduction to SPSS May 2-12, 16.30-18.00, Green lab / 6 lectures in 2 weeks: each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
August 4, 2015
The new Electronic Theses and Dissertations page at http://etd.ceu.hu is easier to use and is more transparent than before. The change affects both the student and coordinator pages. Eszter Deli, instructor at the Computer and Statistics Center, was the main designer of the new outlook. Due to change in Turnitin's policy, starting from September 2015, using Turnitin services (individual access to Turnitin) will require direct login to the Turnitin site. More information and detailed instructions will be communicated later.
April 21, 2015
Popular culture makes us believe that cryptography is an intellectual challenge surrounded by mystery. Laszlo Csirmaz, professor in CEU’s Department of Mathematics and Its Applications and the Computer and Statistics Center, started researching cryptography, secret sharing in particular, so long ago that he’s not sure now what drove him to the subject at first. However, he still finds recovering secrets fascinating.