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What is the secret of success? – Networks serving success

2019-03-14 Esemény, Hírfolyam
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How come everybody knows Einstein’s name while the theory of relativity is understood by only a few of us? How come the Miles Davis album “Kind of Blue” has become the most famous jazz record, while there are several hundred thousands of records not known by anyone? Whether the personal ability or a well selected team is the secret of success?

We often experience that the success is not necessarily stands together with outstanding achievement. What depends on us and what on the circumstances? At this event we are looking for the answer about the role of networks, in what way they are helpful in differentiating success from the average achievements and what we can practically do for success.

Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, physicist, professor at CEU and Harvard University Balazs Vedres, associate professor at CEU, researcher of social networks and changes Bea Palya, singer, owner of the Palya Bea

Production Company Date: March 22 2019 6:00 p.m.

Place: CEU, Budapest, Nádor u. 15. Auditorium The event is open to the public free of charge, and requires registration.

You must register at the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=E1nE2VN24kuSC72wOGOBhKxSalEnJmtLmfVZpOpvjstURTVJVzUwWUtXUUlWSENCVk1NUk1aRjFGWi4u

By registering and attending the event, participants give their explicit consent to CEU to have their image and voice taken for promotional purposes on television, online, or in print. The privacy notice of our event on managing personal data is available at this link https://goo.gl/KNvKx2

CEU kicks off the open lecture series Knowledge knows no limits in February. CEU professors, in cooperation with leading Hungarian experts, as well as well-known public figures will discuss the most exciting and up-to-date scientific findings and their direct impact on our everyday life. During the series three lectures will cover topics that affect all of us and in which our scientists have achieved world-class results: network science, cognitive development in early childhood and global warming. The lectures will be held in Hungarian, with simultaneous English interpretatio

 

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