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RiConfigure Consortium Meeting, Budapest, January 2019

Agenda

Download the agenda HERE



AGENDA: DAY 1: Thursday, Jan 17

09:30Registration and welcoming coffee
10:00Welcoming remarks
Dóra Horvath (Corvinus) & Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen, Project Coordinator (DBT)
10:15Update on project progress and management
Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen (DBT)
- From kick-off meeting to month 9 of the project
- A few notes on the interim reporting, upcoming deliverables and milestones
- Data Management
11:00The external evaluation plan
Joaquin Guinea , External Evaluator (Innovatec)
11:45Coffee Break
12:00Update from WP9 – Communication
Charlotte Koldbye (DBT)
WP9 leader
12:45Update from WP8 – Training
Gema Revuelta & Luisa Barbosa (UPF)
WP8 leader
13:15Lunch and group photo
14:15From WP1 to WP6
Vincent Blok & Eugen Popa (Wageningen)
WP6 leader
15:00Social lab managers meeting live Part 1
Ditte Degnbol (DBT)
- Brief updates from all social labs
15:45Coffee break
16:00Social lab managers meeting live Part 2
Ditte Degnbol (DBT)
17:00-17:30Preparing questions for the Advisory Panel members
Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen (DBT)
19:30Consortium dinner
Urban Betyár (Trabant'60 Retro Lounge & Bar)
https://goo.gl/maps/1qXEMvppNty

Dinner at own expense


AGENDA: DAY 2: Friday, Jan 18

09:00 Meet the RiConfigure Advisory Panel – part 1
Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen (DBT)

Presentations:
Gerry Salole, European Foundation Centre
Henrik Søndergaard, EIT Climate-KIC Nordic (online participation)
10:00 Stakeholder networks and exploitation
Johannes Starkbaum (IHS)
WP7 leader
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Stakeholder networks and exploitation – continued
Johannes Starkbaum (IHS)
WP7 leaderb
11:30 The first ethical reflection session
Johann Jakob Häußermann (Fraunhofer CeRRI)
Leader of task 10.6 – Ethics and data management
12:30 Lunch
13:15 The first ethical reflection session – continued
Eugen Popa (Wageningen)
Johann Jakob Häußermann (Fraunhofer CeRRI)
13:45 Meet the RiConfigure Advisory Panel – part 2
Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen (DBT)

Presentation:
Elias G. Carayannis, School of Business, The George Washington University (online participation)
14:45-15:00 Concluding remarks
Rasmus Øjvind Nielsen (DBT)


Locations

VENUE: Corvinus University of Budapest, Corvinus Faculty Club

Corvinus Faculty Club is located in the basement of the university,
its entrance is right in front of the Southern entrance of the university


Corvinus University of Budapest



On the following Google Maps document, we collected some useful and interesting places for your stay in Budapest:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OB0P55girp551BwrXgVy1BuD4Eo&usp=sharing
 

Here you will find:

  • The above markers related to the venue
    • Corvinus University (buldings E [main building / place of the venue])
  • Some main touristic attractions (locations and routes) worth seeing
    • landmarks (e.g. Buda Castle, Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica)
    • scenic tram routes (see above)
    • shopping streets (Váci utca, Ráday utca, Andrássy út or the New Main Street)
    • Budapest's party disctrict
  • The locations of central Budapest's main shopping malls
    • Allée: the closest to the venue. Can be reached directly from Corvinus [Fővám tér] by tram 47 and by metro line M4 (stop: Újbuda-központ), or from Szent Gellér tér by tram lines 18, 41, 47
    • West End City Center: one of Central Europe's largest malls. Can be reached by metro line M3 or tram lines 4 and 6 (stop: Nyugati Pályaudvar / Nyugati railway station)
    • Arena Plaza: Central Europe's largest mall. Can be reached by metro line M2 (stop: Kelti Pályaudvar / Keleti railway station) then a 5-minute walk or by taking trolley lines 80 or 80A.
    • Mammut: Can be reached by metro line M2 (stop: Széll Kálmán tér), or tram lines 4 and 6 (stop: Széna tér)
    • Mom Park: Can be reached by tram line 61 (stop: Csörsz utca) departing from Széll Kálmán tér (M2 metro station) or from Móricz Zsigmond körtér (M4 metro station, not far from Hotel Gellért)
    • Corvinus Plaza: Can be reached by metro line M3 and tram lines 4 and 6 (stop: Corvin-negyed)



Bars / Places to eat next to the University:

Our picks:
Budapest Music Center - Opus Jazz Club
Bálna - Jónás Kézműves Sörház in the new Bálna commercial center next to the University, with an open-air projector and craft beers, Akvárium Klub (Erzsébet tér / Deák tér) or Szabadság tér (Belvárosi Foci Mozi) (all three places are marked on the google map we provided - see link above).
Bálna - Esetleg Bisztró


Arriving to Budapest


Arriving to Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport Terminal 2

The airport is well served by public trasport (BKK). An added-value service, bus line 100E serves the city center directly. (Traditional BKK tickets are not valid on it, you need to purchase a separate ticket for 900 HUF [3 EUR].)

A regular bus line, line number 200E commutes between Terminal 2 and Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal (metro line M3). To reach the University, you need to change at Kálvin tér metro station to metro line M4 (direction: Kelenföld vasútállomás). Corvinus University is situated at the very next stop (Fővám tér). Two BKK (Budapest Public Transport) offices operate at the airport: one at Terminal 2A (arrivals) and another at Terminal 2B (arrivals).

The airport's official taxi operator is Főtaxi. Taxis in Budapest are subject to a 'Taxi Decree' with regulated prices. A ride to the city center should typically cost around 7.000-10.000 HUF (22-31 EUR) depending on traffic conditions. Since there are many issues with taxis in Budapest, we advise you not to use non-regulated taxi service providers. It is safest to call for a taxi through a phone operator (for doing so, a dedicated Főtaxi booth is also available at the aiport.)

A minibus service (miniBUD) also operates from the airport. MiniBUD Desks are to be found at every terminal. The transfer operates as a shared-ride service, which means that you might have to wait a little before a minibus gets filled with people heading towards the same area.

When geeting back to the Airport, care to leave enough time to arrive (during the day: minimum 1 hour): since Budapest does not yet have a track-based option to and from the Airport, traffic is a heavy bottleneck. Also, bus line 100E can sometimes be crowded.


For more information on arriving to Budapest Airport, please visit:
https://www.bud.hu/en/passengers/transport
https://welovebudapest.com/en/2014/08/27/how-to-get-to-downtown-budapest-from-the-airport/


Arriving by train to Budapest Keleti Pályaudvar

Metro lines M2 and M4 are the main transport services serving the train station. Direct metro connection to Corvinus University by line M4.
We advise you not to use non-regulated taxi service providers or to take a taxi ride whatsoever from the train station (unless called for through a phone operator).




Budapest Public Transport (BKK)

Website: http://www.bkk.hu/en/
 

Ticket offices: http://www.bkk.hu/en/ticket-offices/
Timetables: http://www.bkk.hu/en/timetables/
Tickets & prices: http://www.bkk.hu/en/prices/
Budapest transport maps: http://www.bkk.hu/en/maps/
 

We advise you to purchase a 72-hour or a 7-day travel pass (respectively: 4150 and 4950 HUF, approx. 13 and 16 EUR). The BKK pass is valid on every metro, tram, bus and trolleybus line operated by BKK and every suburban bus (Volánbusz) and local train line (MÁV) within the Budapest administrative area.

BKK offices operate at the aiport (see above) or closest to the venue at Kálvin tér metro station (5 mins from Corvinus). You can also purchase tickets from vending machines that equally accept bank cards and contactless payment. These can be found closest at Fővám tér metro/tram station, Szent Gellért tér metro station or Kálvin tér metro station (and also at the airport). Ticket vending machines also have foreign language options.

If you can spare the time, we advise you to take a scenic ride on tram no. 2. (stops at Fővám tér, near Corvinus) towards the center. Tram 2 circulates on the left bank (Pest side) of the Danube, and offers a great view of Buda (and with it, Gellért hill with the Citadel, Buda Castle or Matthias Church). Another great sighteeing tram route is the joint section of trams no. 19 and 41 which run along the Danube on the Buda side (right bank). They connect Battyanyi Square (metro line M2) with Gellért Square (and with it, Hotel Gellért) stopping at Adam Clark Square (Funicular to Buda Castle) and offer a great view of Pest (Parliament, Duna corso, Chain bridge [Lánchíd], Liberty bridge [Szabadság-híd]) as well as the joint section of trams no. 47 and 49, which connects Deák tér (the heart of the city, at the junction of metro lines M1, M2 and M3), the Small Boulevard [Kiskörút] with the National Museum, the Central Market Hall, Fővám tér and Corvinus University, and Gellért Square).



Accomodation

A non-exhaustive list of accomodations near the university:

 

Utolsó frissítés: 2019.03.11.