8th May 2014, Thursday
Chair: Péter Csermely
09.00-10.00 Registration

Opening Ceremony
Welcome speech: Péter Csermely
Welcome message: János Áder President of Hungary


Keynote 1
Albert Ziegler: Networking in Action

11.20-11.50  Coffee break
11.50-12.30 Keynote 2
 Albert-László Barabási: Linked - The Science of Networks
12.30-14.00 Lunch break

Break-up sessions Discussions
1. The role of governments and the EU in creation a European Network
    Facilitators: Joan Freeman and Vilmos Vass

2. Digital Networks for Talented Youth
     Facilitators: Adam Boddison and Heidrun Stöger

3. Creativity, social responsibility and organisational climate
     Facilitators: Szilvia Péter-Szarka and Armenio Rego

4. Practice and Ethics of Networking
     Facilitators:  Mojca Juriševič 
and Péter Csermely


Coffee break
Ideas on Networking: Interactive message board exhibition

16.30-17.15 Keynote 3
Zoltán Néda: Educational Networks
19.00-21.30 Dinner & jazz concert
9th May 2014, Friday
Chair: Christian Fischer

Panel discussion
Putting theory into practice: How can we best modernize gifted education?
Anders Ericsson, Leslie Graves,
Lianne Hoogeveen and Albert Ziegler

10.15-10.45 Keynote 4
Judit Polgár: Chesspalace: One of the oldest games in history - the educational tool of the future

Coffee break
Chess champion kids

11.15-13.15 Break-up sessions Discussions
5. Network for multiple exceptional children
    Facilitators: Éva Gyarmathy and Christian Fischer
6. Parents' networks in Europe
     Facilitators: Ole Kyed and Hans-Ulrich Greiner

7. Counselling Centers
     Facilitators: Mariska Poelman and Bettina Harder

8. Civil networks for Talent Support
     Facilitators: Margaret Sutherland and Niamh Stack
13.15-14.30 Lunch break

Keynote 5
János Győri: The
International Talent Competitiveness Index


Keynote 6
László Andor Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, EU

15.30-16.15 Keynote 7
Csaba Pléh: The Determinants of Creativity: The Role of Cultural Networks, Their Contacts and Clashes
16.15-16.45 Coffee break
16.45-17.30 Plenary posters
Facilitators of the thematic sessions
17.30-18.00 Closing ceremony
Joan Freeman: Summary and take home message
18.15- Post Conference Dessert:
The phenomenon of talent and its appearance in the media - Péter Csermely and Alexander Brody talk
10th May 2014, Saturday
Chair: Csilla Fuszek
Third European TalentDay
09.00-09.30 Opening ceremony and surprise
09.30-10.00 Plenary lecture
Javier Tourón: The Talent Search a model for Schools

Talent Centres in Action - European Perspectives
Johanna Stahl - Austria: ÖZBF - Austrian Research and Support Center for the Gifted and Talented
Jasna Cevetković-Lay – Croatia: Center for Gifted Child Development, Zagreb
Christian Fischer - Germany: International Center for the Study of Giftedness
Marca Wolfensberger
- The Netherlands: Network for special programs for gifted and motivated students in higher education
Oleksandr Burov - Ukraine: From inclinations to talent
Éva Bényei - Hungary: Kitchen experiments, a DNA lab and more
A Hungarian girl and talent support


Coffee Break - Talent Fair


Timothy Henry Charles Tamm  - Estonia: How I became who I am
Sylvia Opriessnig, Therese Reinel - Austria: N.Ö. Landesakademie
Colm O'Reilly - Ireland: Centre for the Talented Youth of Ireland
Jeanne Bockova - Czech Republic: CTY Central Europe Center
Anna Maria Roncoroni - Italy: Italian Association for Gifted and Talented students
Mojca Juriševič - Slovenia: UMMI initiative – experiences with 22 years of summer camps for gifted youth in Slovenia
Necate Baykoç - Turkey:  The studies of Science and Art Centers


Closing ceremony
Closing remarks: Lianne Hoogeveen
Cultural programme

13.30- Lunch

Important information: Accommodation and travel costs are to be covered by the participants of the conference. Meals during the conference are provided by the organizers.

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