The scientific event was attended by academics and researchers in the fields of intelligent systems, including computational intelligence, intelligent robotics, applied mathematics, e-learning, intelligent machining systems and information technology. Young doctoral students from the Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics at Óbuda University presented their research results in a separate session, and Zsombor Zrubka Research Protocols and Systematic Reviews, Mónika Garai-Fodor and Ágnes Csiszárik-Kocsir Digitalisation, Generation Research, Consumer Trends, and Edit Laufer Mechatronics and Vehicle Engineering organised a separate session.
Prof. Dr. Levente Kovács, in his welcoming speech as the conference chairman, praised the importance of the event, its role in international scientific life and its recognition abroad, and emphasised that as the rector he is deeply committed to scientific values, because he sees the positive impact of conference organisation and the role of English language publications in science metrics. The Rector also thanked all those involved in the organisation of the event for their work, highlighting the school-building work of the conference's founder, Prof. Dr. Imre Rudas, in bringing to life a prestigious series of events in the international academic world.
Prof. Dr. Márta Takács, Chair of the Conference Organising Committee, presented a compilation of photos from the past 20 years of SISY.
Four plenary lectures were given by internationally renowned experts of high repute in the field in the Assembly Hall of the Town Hall of Subotica, followed by a hybrid programme of Zoom, e-Poster and session presentations at the Technical College of Subotica.
The importance of the conference is shown by the fact that the International Engineering Society, IEEE, once again sponsored the symposium, giving the opportunity to have the submitted papers included in the IEEE Xplore database.
Detailed proceedings of the SISY symposium can be found here