Our aim is to support and promote the development of scientific computations in Hungary and to establish it as a scientific discipline.
Through the establishment of the organization, we intend to provide a professional forum, network, and community platform for researchers and developers actively engaged in the field of scientific computations.
We interpret scientific computations in the broadest sense, including scientific data mining, simulation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and various numerical methods carried out with scientific rigor and precision, as well as their application in the fields of humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.
We consider scientific computations as an independent scientific field that requires expertise in algorithms, mathematics, hardware, software, and the relevant applied sciences.
The Institute is a horizontal organization that seeks to achieve its goals through the voluntary and collaborative efforts of its members working at universities, research institutions, and corporate research centers.
Our goal is to support and promote the development of scientific computations in Hungary and to establish it as a scientific discipline.
Our mission is to create a scientific community and framework for practitioners of scientific computations that contributes to the domestic acceptance of this discipline.
The community supports its members' work, unified and high-quality research, as well as the advocacy of members' interests in scientific forums.
Scientific approach, ethical publishing behavior, support for the next generation of researchers, social responsibility.
The Institute conducts its activities through working groups and their members. The activities of the working groups are supported by a member of the board.
Communication Working Group: András Telcs, Balázs Sziklai, Csilla Péntek, Nóra Kuntz, Bogdán Zaválnij, Péter Boldog
Conference Organizing Working Group: Gergely Barnaföldi, Péter Boldog, Antal Jakovác, Szabolcs Káli, Marcell Kurbucz, Gábor Lente, Zoltán Somogyvári, Balázs Sziklai, András Telcs
Educational Working Group: Sándor Fridli, Ágnes Fülöp, Zsolt Kosztyán, Anikó Kutnzasyki, Sándor Soos, Balázs Sziklai
Operational Affairs: Nóra Kuntz, Bogdán Zaválnij, Péter Boldog
The Institute is founded by its members. Further membership is based on regulations currently under development.
Supporting members can be natural or legal persons who provide financial support or services to facilitate the operation of the Institute. Supporting membership does not entail membership rights.
Individuals associated with a Supporting Member institution can become full-fledged members of the Institute as natural persons.