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Thursday March 14, 2024

Additive Manufacturing - 3D Printing


Hybrid in-person and video talk by Zsofia Keszei, Purdue University

Thursday March 14, 2024

Additive manufacturing is a developing way of fabrication that builds parts up layer by layer instead of carving them out or molding them into shape like other manufacturing processes. One aspect of it, 3D printing, is very accessible to the average person.


3D printing has come a long way since its inception. What began as a way to add layers of plastics to each other to create different shapes on demand has evolved into a sophisticated technology that can create airplane parts, biological organs and full rocket engines.

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Friday February 23, 2024

The road forward
by Eleonóra Meszáros, is the Scientific and Technology Consul for Hungary

Friday February 23, 2024

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.

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November 9, 2023

Demystifying Machine Learning

by Sándor Kálmán, Principal Engineer

November 9, 2023

Demystifying Machine Learning: We will break down the jargon, the algorithms, and the hype to a digestible format, empowering you with a clear understanding of what ML is and isn't.

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October 12, 2023

Exploring the Invisible: The Evolution, Importance, and Future of Radar

by Dr. Zsolt Kollár, Fulbright Scholar at Kennesaw University

October 12, 2023

Zsolt explains in simple terms the basics of radar and its history, the current state-of-the-art technologies, and future research goals. The talk covers terms such as radar cross-section, beam forming, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Continuous Wave, and Pulse-doppler radar.You can access the full presentation by clicking the button below.

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