Hungarian Innovators in Silicon Valley -
The road forward
Friday February 23, 2024, 7 pm PDT
The Hungarian Innovators Club of Silicon Valley, with over 100 members and 500 participants, has organized over 50 events in science, startup ecosystems and technology.
We have been closely engaged in mentoring startups, networking, and connecting with american companies and institutions.
Hungarian Contributions to the Manhattan
Project in the 1940s
January 13, 2024
David Seaborg will talk about the Hungarians involved:
Janos von Neumann, Leo Szilard and Edward Teller, as well as the creation of the radiation symbol by Cyrill Orly.
Credit to Éva Szabó
Demystifying Machine Learning
November 9, 2023
Join us for an illuminating session that promises to strip away the jargon, offer vivid visualizations, and provide a clear understanding of the foundational principles of Machine Learning!
Embark on an enlightening journey into the world of Machine Learning. Whether you're looking to kickstart your career, enhance your current skills, or simply satisfy your curiosity, this presentation promises value for all. Discover the fundamentals, visualize the complex, and become fluent in the language of the future.
February 25 2022
With the pandemic induced work/study/meet/entertainment from home, and the emergence of new applications, wireless connectivity needs to evolve. We'll talk about the current wireless technology and the roadblocks we need to overcome towards 6G.
Gabor Bajko is an expert in wireless data communications, active member in several Standards Developing Organizations focused in defining next generation wireless and internet connectivity technologies.
In the last 20 years Gabor has made significant contributions to the 3G, 4G and several versions of the WiFi technology. His contributions are widely used in the cellular and WiFi connectivity and interoperability fields by today's smartphones. Gabor holds 70+ patents pertaining to data communications protocols and applications.
An introduction to Venture Capital by Istvan Jonyer PhD.
December 2, 2021
As venture capital has been the primary catalyst of innovation commercialization since the 1980s, scientists and other innovation professionals may find an introduction to venture capital interesting and very useful. In this presentation we assume no prior knowledge, so all are welcome!
We cover the following topics:
What is VC?
Expected returns, statistics of VC
Why VC is so hard
Losing VC strategies
Success factors of VC