The Cooperative Doctoral Programme, announced in 2020, aims to further increase the number of employees in the field of research, development and innovation, primarily in the fields of MSEI (mathematics, science, engineering and informatics), who wish to increase their professional knowledge with the latest scientific research results, and are committed to the social and economic utilization of their knowledge. Doctoral students participating in the Cooperative Doctoral Program work on their topic in a collaboration within the institutional framework of doctoral schools of higher education.
The professional manager and managing body of the tender is the Ministry of Innovation and Technology. The Managing Authority of the application is the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFIH).
Zsófia Adrienn Kovács, research assistant at TAKI, submitted an application entitled “Mapping of surface and near-surface soil characteristics by machine and deep learning methods based on the spectral characteristics of soils” led by László Pásztor (TAKI) and Tamás Tóth (Geomega Kft.) within the framework of the Eötvös Loránd University Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences, which received support on the basis of a proposal from the Cooperative Doctoral College.