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Bulgarian–Romanian–Hungarian Researcher’s Seminar in Győr

Program of NYUTO Bulgarian–Romanian–Hungarian Seminar on


Place and date: 

CERS Institute for Regional Studies West-Hungarian Research Department, Győr, Liszt F. str. 10. Hungary

20th October 2023 11,00 AM – 14,00 PM (CET)

Teams on-line link: Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 389 183 238 846  Passcode: jpoLxF


11,00–11,10 Opening Tamás Hardi (Head of department – CERS IRS West-Hungarian Research Department)

11,10–11,30 Suburbanization Processes in Sofia – Demographic, Socio-Economic, and Spatial Transformation of

the Agglomeration Area, Assist. Prof. Dr. Boris Kazakov1, Prof. Dr. Nadezhda Ilieva1, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Ravnachka1, Dessislava Poleganova1

National Institute of Geophysics, Geodesy, and Geography – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

11,30–11,50 Cross-border Suburbanization of Bratislava. Before and after the pandemic

Prof. Dr. Tamás Hardi, Dr. Márta Nárai, Andrea Pozsgai, CERS Institute for Regional Studies West Hungarian Research Department

11,50–12,10 Spatial and Social Dimensions of Roma Segregation in the Town of Kyustendil

Assist. Prof. Dr. Boris Kazakov1, Todor Lyubenov1, Prof. Dr. Nadezhda Ilieva1, Assist. Prof. Dr. Kamelia Petkova2, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Ravnachka1

1National Institute of Geophysics, Geodesy, and Geography – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2Institute of Philosophy and Sociology – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

12,10–12,30 Systems of Human Settlements and Cross-Border Cooperation in the Danube-Lined

Romanian/Bulgarian Border Space. Lessons Learned from Giurgiu-Ruse Euro Region.

Dr. Radu Săgeată, Dr. Mihaela Persu, Dr. Nicoleta Damian, Institute of Geography, Romanian Academy

12,30–12,50 One-industry towns in Romania. Economic restructuring and climate change adaptation

Dr. Bianca Mitrică, Dr. Ines Grigorescu, Dr. Cristina Dumitrică, Dr. Paul Șerban, Prof. dr. Sorin Cheval, Dr. Ana Popovici, Institute of Geography, Romanian Academy

12,50–13,10 Challenges of implementing autonomous vehicles in future cities

Dr. Hajdu–Smahó Melinda, CERS Institute for Regional Studies West Hungarian Research Department

13,10–13,30 Brief retrospective of academic cooperation between Institute of Geography, Bucharest and Centre

for Economic and Regional Studies IRS West-Hungarian Research Department Győr

Dr. Radu Săgeată, Dr. Mihaela Persu, Institute of Geography, Romanian Academy




The event is supported by bilateral academic exchange programs of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Romanian Academy and Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Romanian–Hungarian academic exchange program: “Cross-border Cooperation in the Middle and Lower Danube Basin. Geographical Studies with focus on Hungarian and Romanian Danubian Cities.”

Bulgarian–Hungarian academic exchange program: “Environmental effects of the urban and rural sprawl around the middle-sized cities in Hungary and Bulgaria”