Re:Akcje: Dessert wines and decision making – Collegium Da Vinci Poznań
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Re:Akcje: Dessert wines and decision making

Starring: Tibor Vörös

Re:Akcje: Dessert wines and decision making

Data

19.04.2023

Godzina

16:00 - 18:00

Miejsce

CDV, sala R.312

Bilety

Free entrance | presentation in English

Podziel się

Re:Akcje is a regular meeting with a CDV staff member. It is intended to introduce interesting people – lecturers at our university. We meet them in the classroom, in the corridor, in the office, but we often don’t know much about them, and each person has an interesting story, passion, and action.

We invite CDV employees, lecturers, administration employees, students, guests from outside the university.

Dessert wines and decision making

I will never forget the late Autumn harvests at my grandparents’ vineyard – I was fascinated by the process and enjoyed sipping the (in hindsight, somewhat mediocre) wine. In Hungary, there is a particularly interesting dessert (sweet) wine called aszu wine (from the area called Tokaj). This wine requires special conditions and considerations from the winemakers. On a tangential note, I have always enjoyed discussing human decision making – be it a corporate issue, or a straightforward personal decision of buying a car. Combining the two items above allows me to invite you for a discussion on rational decision making and provide a taste of the Hungarian aszu wine. The language of the presentation is English, and we will discuss some interesting approaches to rational decision making while sipping dessert wine.

Tibor Vörös

Has over 20 years experience in both academic and corporate environments. He is an enthusiastic and curious individual, who has explored areas ranging from medical approaches and robotics to corporate financial processes. Tibor’s work is mostly related to information systems, and he has taught related topics across the world (Hungary, Poland, Germany, China, India, USA, etc.). Among other items, Tibor spent considerable time on complex finance-driven business simulations and created unique storyboards to help participants experience real life problems in classroom situations. CEEMAN has selected Mr Vörös as the winner of the Innovation in Course Design category for the Champions’ Award 2010. Tibor also took part in various industry campaigns and mid-size EU projects. One may meet him on cross-country runs or trying his skates (old Bladerunners) on the bike paths of Poznan.