Cleantech – sustainable development for all






CleanTech Conference 2022


(Programme - PDF version)


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    Opening Ceremony


    Mr. István BUDAI PhD

    • Conference Chair
    • InNow - Interreg  project PP UD, Associate Professor
    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering
    • Department of Engineering Management and Enterprise

    Mr. Piotr PAWELEC

    • Project Manager of InNow Interreg project
    • InnoEnergy Central Europe Sp. z o.o Kraków Poland

    Mr. Tibor Zoltán LÁSZLÓ

    • Patron of the Scientific section of the Conference
    • Ministry of Agriculture Deputy State Secretary for the Environment

    Plenary sessions



    Szőgyényi-Kovács Szabolcs

    • Ministry of Agriculture Head of Departmen - Department of Environmental Technology and Remediation
    • How can the green characteristics of environmentally friendly products be verified?


    Ildikó Rácz Gréta

    • Green Drops Farm Kft.
    • Applicability of hydroponic cultivation technology in water purification and robotics research

    Session 1 – Sustainabilty – Cleantech technology


    István Budai

    • Chairman
    • University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering


    Ildikó Bodnár

    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering
    • Presentation of the possibilities and implementation of greywater utilization


    Elisabete Neves, Sofia Reis

    • Coimbra Business Shool- Coimbra, Portugal
    • Impact of adopting ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 on corporate performance: The Portuguese case


    Dénes Kocsis1, Gábor Bellér1, Judit T. Kiss2, and István Árpád3

    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering1;
    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Engineering Management2 ;
    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering3;
    • The future of electromobility from a sustainability perspective


    Mariusz Maciejczak, Joanna Rakowska

    • Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW Institute of Economics and Finance
    • Rural-urban differences in solar renewable energy investments supported by public finance


    Éva Erdélyi1, Klára Karakasné Morvay2

    • Budapest Business School Department of Methodology for Business Analyses1, Budapest Business School Hospitality Department2
    • Environmentally friendly food waste management and practices in the hospitality sector


    Joanna Rakowska1, Iwona M. Batyk2, Eliza Farelnik3, Mariusz Maciejczak1           

    • Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW1, University of Warmia2, Mazury in Olsztyn3
    • Deployment of solar renewable energy by Polish Cittaslow municipalities


    Judit Lovasné Avató1, Viktoria Mannheim2

    • Budapest Business School1; University of Miskolc, Higher Education Industrial Cooperation Center2
    • More sustainable catering – environmental impacts of different technologies


    Klára Tóthné Szita1, Zsolt István2

    • ÉMI nltd1, LCA Center Association1; University of Miskolc2, LCA Center Association2
    • Sustainability from aspects of building

    Session 2 – Future Young Scientist


    Péter Miklós Kőmíves

    • Chairman
    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Economics and Business

    Domicián Máté

    • Co- Chairman
    • University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering


    Adam Novotny1, Inez Szeberin2, Domicián Máté3

    • Eszterházy Károly Catholic University1, Robert Bosch Automotive Steering Kft.2, University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering3
    • The impact of national culture on the adoption of electric cars


    Péter Miklós Kőmíves, Mónika Harangi-Rákos, Dániel Fróna, Adrián Szilárd Nagy, Veronika Fenyves

    • University of Debrecen, Faculty of Economics and Business
    • The sustainability of personal mobility with special regards to the automotive industrial trends and enery prices


    János Szenderák

    • Faculty of Economics and Business University of Debrecen
    • Consumer acceptance and technological possibilities of plant-based meat substitutes


    Rahaf Ahmad Alayan

    • The Hungarian university for Agriculture and life sciences
    • Treating degraded areas environmentally within the context of sustainable renewal strategies.Study case: Bab Sharqi in Damascus


    Erdenebayar Chuluunbaatar

    • University of Debrecen
    • Bioeconomy: Different perspectives on Sustainability


    Németh Kevin

    • University of Debrecen
    • Investigation of the electric car market in Hungary - in focus the preferences of the consumers


    Mohammad Morshadul Hasan1  Mohammad Bin Amin2

    • Károly Ihrig Doctoral School of Management and Business, University of Debrecen1; Bangladesh Army University of Science and Technology2
    • Economic expansion with energy production & consumption: a study on BRICS country

    Session 3  –  InNow Interreg


    The place of the Conference: Online event - Webex platform

    Conference Date: 

    • 27 January, 2022 8:30 am - 17:30 pm

    The official language of the conference is English.

    Participation fee:

    • The conference is free but requiring registration.

    Deadlines, important dates:

    • Registration: 14 January, 2022
    • Final programme booklet: 20 January, 2022 - PDF
    • Conference: 27 January, 2022

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