Pázmány-Day Lectures

Pázmány-Day Lectures HU
Each May the Senate of ELTE organises a Ceremonial Assembly on Pázmány Day to commemorate the foundation of ELTE by Péter Pázmány, Archbishop of Esztergom in 1635. During these celebrations, a professor of ELTE with outstanding accomplishments delivers a lecture on his/her research area.

2016

István Csabai – Faculty of Science
"Galaxies, genes, graphs: Data-intensive approach to science"

2015

Éva Bányai – Faculty of Education and Psychology
“Hypnosis research: from secret phenomena to scientific main trends 45 years ago”

2014

László Lovász – Faculty of Science
“50 Years of graph theory: from riddles to scientific funds”

2013

Ádám Nádasdy – Faculty of Humanities
“The phonetic neutralization as a logical problem”

2012

Anna Erdei – Faculty of Science
“The basis of protecting our organisation: the immunological detection”

2011

Tamás Vicsek – Faculty of Science
“The principles of collective motion”

2010

Cancelled due to the 375th anniversary celebrations of ELTE

2009

László Valki – Faculty of Law
“Is the international order changing?”

2008

 László Lovász – Faculty of Science
“The new challenges in mathematics: How shall we understand the very large finite structures?”

2007

Ignác Romsics – Faculty of Humanities
“Identity politics and history”

2006

Tibor Huszár – Faculty of Social Sciences
“Elite – Knowledge Elite – Nomenclature”

2005

Imre Kátai – Faculty of Informatics
“About prime numbers”

2004

Miklós Hollósi – Faculty of Science
“Optically pure and new world”

2003

György Hunyady – Faculty of Humanities
“National character of social pathologies”

2002

Miklós Szabó – Faculty of Humanities
“Bibracte – a Gallic city: ELTE excavations in France”

2001

Lajos Vékás – Faculty of Law
“Joseph Haydn’s “breach of contract“ and the beginnings of modern copyright”

2000

Miklós Laczkovich – Faculty of Science
“About paradoxes”

1999

László Kósa – Faculty of Humanities
“Natural disasters and their cultural effects in the 19th century”

1998

László Valki – Faculty of Law
“The sovereignty of Accession Statesin the European Union”

1997

György Marx – Faculty of Science
“The influence of natural sciences in the 20th century”

1996

György Poszler – Faculty of Humanities
“Humanity- and drama poetry: the position of Madách in world literature”

1995

Barnabás Géczy – Faculty of Science
“The geological extinction of palaeontological evidences”

1994

Gábor Hamza – Faculty of Law
“The actuality of Ciceronian political philosophy”

1993

Mihály Szegedy-Maszák – Faculty of Humanities
“The Hungarian Contribution to European Culture”

1992

Kálmán Medzihradszky – Faculty of Science
“Messenger molecules”

1991

László Kákosy – Faculty of Humanities
"Djehutymose’s tomb in Thebes"