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A támogatás célja az MTA kétoldalú együttműködési megállapodásai keretében megvalósuló 2-3 éves nemzetközi kutatási projektek támogatása a projektekhez kapcsolódó, jelen felhívásban feltüntetett költségek finanszírozásával.

The goal of the project " Danube Region Wood Industry Transformation Model towards Industry 4.0 - DRWO4.0" is to develop the skills necessary to promote industrial transformation and the transition to industry 4.0 in the field of forestry and wood industry. The 14 cooperating partners will achieve all this by jointly developing a transformation model.

As part of the Erasmus+ project "Accessible Tourism", meetings and workshops took place in Poznań (Poland) from March 10 to 12, 2024. Partners from the University of Pecs (Hungary), Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland), the University of Zagreb (Croatia) and Sapientia University (Romania) took part.

Dear University citizens!

You are cordially invited to our hybrid closing conference "Promoting the wellbeing concept at medical and public sector of the Visegrad Region", organised jointly by the University of Pécs, Charles University of Prague, Comenius University Bratislava, Medical University of Gdansk.

In a culmination of collaborative efforts, partners of the PACIFY-D - Promoting the Active Citizenship of Youth through Diplomacy project gathered for their final project meeting on 11th March, 2024, marking a significant milestone in their journey.

The project "Knowhow communities for the acceleration of RTI transfer in the Danube region - RTIT>>" aims to enhance the commercial adaptation of research, technology, and innovation in materials science and technology.

In the autumn of 2023 (September-October) the Department of Hydrobiology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Pécs organized two consecutive events related to the DRYvER project ( Namely, these were the 3rd General Assembly (GA) meeting and the Training School (TS) programs.

The DRYvER* project’s Hungarian stakeholder** workshop was held on May 19, 2023 in the Hubertus guest house of Bükkösd Ecopark. One of DRYvER’s key features is the co-development of solutions with stakeholders (interested parties) for mitigating pressures.

The Department of Hospice-Palliative Care at University of Pécs organised multiplier event in Pécs in the framework of ELPIS (E-Learning on Palliative care for International Students) ERASMUS+ project  (2021-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000023205) on 13rd October 2023.