Virtual Open Day - EMBA

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Virtual Open Day

Free

28
MAY
18:00
ONLINE


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Born-Digital companies are using data to nowcast market activity much faster and deeper than official statistics do. Prof. Miklos Koren, one of Europe’s leading thinkers on AI and big data in supply chains and CEU Executive MBA’s data analysis faculty lead, will discuss how these analytical capabilities can help businesses weather the current crisis.

Join this unique virtual event if you:

  • Want to engage in an exciting research debate about the role of AI and big data in managing the COVID-19 emergency and beyond;
  • Book an individual 15-minute slot with to discuss your application with CEU Executive MBA Faculty;
  • Hear first-hand about our student and alumni experiences;
  • E-meet your potential future classmates.

Main Event Schedule:

  • 6:00 PM - 6:05 PM

    Welcome by Thomas Lammel, CEU Executive MBA Senior Program Manager

  • 6:05 PM - 6:35 PM

    "Outrun the Crisis with Big Data" -- research presentation by Prof. Miklos Koren

  • 6:35 PM - 6:55 PM

    Presenting CEU Executive MBA -- Prof. Yusaf Akbar & Prof. Maciej Kisilowski, CEU Executive MBA Faculty Co-Directors

  • 6:55 PM - 7:10 PM

    CEU Executive MBA for me: transnational alumni presentation on the program's impact

  • 7:10 PM - 7:30 PM

    Q&A Sessions with current CEU Executive MBA participants

  • 7:30 PM - 7:45 PM

    General Q&A Session with the Senior Program Manager

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Presenter's Bio:

Prof. Miklós Koren

Miklós Koren is professor of economics at CEU. He is the founder of the Business Analytics MSc program and the CEU MicroData research group. His research focuses on international trade and economic development. He publishes regularly in leading international academic journals, and he has participated in numerous international research projects, including a large-scale Starting Grant of the European Research Council. He is a recipient of the Peter Kenen Fellowhsip and the Nicholas Káldor Prize. Professor Koren received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2005. He also holds an M.A. from Central European University (2000) and a B.A. from Corvinus University Budapest (1999). Before coming to CEU, he worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and at Princeton University.