Innovation & Entrepreneurship Thesis 1

A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Thesis 1

Last updated: 2017. május 11.

Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

EIT Digital Master School

Embedded Systems technical program

Critical Embedded Systems specialization
Course ID Semester Assessment Credit Tantárgyfélév
VIMIMT04   0/1/0/f 2  
3. Course coordinator and department Krébesz Tamás István,
4. Instructors Tamás Krébesz, assistant lecturer, BME - MIT (BME - Department of Measurement and Information Systems)
6. Pre-requisites
Pre-requisite for this course is a completed first year at the entry university.
7. Objectives, learning outcomes and obtained knowledge

The Minor Thesis is based on the Basic Course and the Business Development Lab Course (both accomplished at the entry year). It follows a specific technical task line and incorporates the EIT Digital learning outcomes. Students shall utilize their knowledge of marketing, strategy, finance, HRM, IP management, economics, organization and project management related to a technical project.

Students shall prepare and defend an Innovation & Entrepreneurship Thesis (I&E thesis) in addition to the (Technical) master thesis to obtain the MSc degree. This course is the first part of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship thesis work.

8. Synopsis

Students will be assigned an I&E thesis topic from the offering of the industrial partners of the Budapest Associate Partner CLC (Co-location Center) and from other BME industrial partners. The topic will be related to the student's technical thesis and will address business, innovation and entrepreneurial aspects.

This course is the first part of the thesis work.
9. Method of instruction Independent work under the guidance of the supervisor.
10. Assessment Students are supposed to get acquainted with the subject, accomplish literature survey and submit a written report.
11. Recaps Delayed submission of the report is possible by the end of the week following the courses (supplementary week).
12. Consultations Students are supposed to work independently on their topics under the guidance of the supervisor and industrial consultant.
14. Required learning hours and assignment



Preparation to lectures


Preparation to the midterm exam




Studying the written material


Preparation to the exam




15. Syllabus prepared by Dr. Tamás Dabóczi, associate professor, BME - MIT