The conference is organized by the IFIP 8.5 WG in ICT & Public administration

IFIP 8.5 Conference 2023: 5-7 September
at Corvinus University of Budapest


About Corvinus
Corvinus University of Budapest is the best educational institution in Hungary in the fields of economic, management and social sciences. The institution offers state-of-the-art knowledge, a professional network and a secure future for its 10k+ students. The institution builds on more than hundred years old history.

Corvinus essentially educates the social and economic elite of the region. It strives to produce scientific results that are relevant for Hungary, Europe and the world and that promote our objectives. Founders of the university believe that only talent and ambition should count – social or financial status should not prevent anyone from studying.

Therefore, the Corvinus Scholarship Programme is based on excellence and was created to ensure free-of-charge education for the best, most talented students. Corvinus stands for quality and opportunities, for state-of-the art and useful knowledge, for extensive social capital, for career opportunities, for life-long friendships and community.

Regarding numbers, the university has 120+ years of history, 10,000+ students, 1,500 international students from 80+ nationalities. The institution is reported in the Top 300 in the QS World rankings for 2021 in the fields of Business and Management, Economics, and Social Sciences. The institution has over 250 partner universities worldwide. It is an AMBA accredited Business institution and the member of CEMS in Hungary.


About the Country and the City
Hungary is a member of the European Union and is located in the heart of Central-East Europe with roughly 10 million inhabitants. Budapest is not only the capital, but it is the  political, economic and cultural centre of the country.

Due to its unique natural and architectural factors it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe (most airlines operate direct flights to Budapest). Each year millions arrive to admire the Castle District of Buda, the Saint Stephen’s Basilica, the Parliament building, the Synagogue in Dohány Street and to indulge in one of the famous baths. The city has good public transport system, its liveable and close to nature, and no one would feel lost here.

According to The Economist, Budapest has overtaken Prague and Moscow as the most liveable city in Eastern Europe based on health, environmental, cultural, educational and infrastructural factors. The Great Market Hall is one of Europe’s historic fresh food markets – incidentally, located right beside the main building of Corvinus University.