Szladek Máté Nándor



szladek.mate (at) kutdiak (dot) hu

He was born on March 23, 2000 in Budapest. He graduated with excellent results in BMSzC Neumann János Secondary School of Computer Technology.

He is currently a student at Corvinus University of Budapest.

His scope of interests extends to many places, not only in IT but in natural sciences as well. Astronomical and ornithological-environmental observations are prominent among his popular scientific activities. According to him, experiential-, direct experiences, observations, measurements and investigations in the natural environment are indispensable in today’s world. An important ambition for him is to promote science among young people.

He took an international German language exam in elementary school and acquired most of his English skills in a native language environment, Canada.


In high school, he joined his school’s karate club, competed in national sports competitions, national championships. In addition, he could represent Hungary on the podium of the Karate World Cup.

In 2014 he joined a talent management program (Komplex3+T) that was manager by his PE teacher. This program gave the opportunity to start his research work, which he was able to present at various conferences in addition to the press and television.

He joined the Hungarian Research Student Association in 2016 when he and his partner presented their research on TUDOK. This was the first year when he was invited to the National Student Conference.

In the following year (2017), he was elected to the Deputy head of the Applied Sciences and Technology Department.

He withdrew in 2018 due to his studies but was unable to break away from the movement and research life. Surprisingly due to a research he was again a participant of the National Student Conference (2019) and was commissioned by the General Assembly to embody the post of the president in the association.

Every event that was organised by KutDiák had been an incredible experience to me. I am extremely grateful to the Movement for meeting students like me who are working to make the world a better, livelier place by their research. I am very pleased to be able to work with students, to guarantee the most fantastic experience I have experienced before. I will do my best to give the best experiences and opportunities of KutDiák to students. I consider this to be very important because the problems our beloved world are going to be solved in the future by the currently young researchers.