The National Research, Development and Innovation Office’s research infrastructure roadmapping process was coupled with a national call in 2021 in order to identify the top Hungarian research infrastructures.
98 proposals were received pertaining to the six scientific domains classified by the ESFRI Roadmap. The scientific excellence of the research infrastructures is measured by the following criteria:
the uniqueness of the research infrastructure at national level
the level of international collaboration and embeddedness
the impact on researchers’ career and the training of next generation scientists
the open access readiness of the facility
As a result of the evaluation process, 50 research infrastructures received the “Excellent Research Infrastructure” certificate, of which 10 are newly formed research infrastructure clusters. HCEMM Advanced Core Facilities are also parts of these.
Source: TOP Research Infrastructures in Hungary (https://nkfih.gov.hu/download.php?docID=35331)
Published by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office
Budapest, December 2021