István Ambrus Ph.D. dr. habil. Associate Professor (Eötvös Loránd University)
István Ambrus is an associate professor of substantive criminal law at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. In 2012, he received a PhD degree with his thesis on concurrence of criminal offences. He has been teaching criminal law at leading universities in Hungary for 13 years, and has been a visiting professor in Belgium, Sweden, Lithuania and Germany. He also worked as a public prosecutor for several years. He has published more than 130 publications. His latest monograph, published in 2021, addresses issues of digitisation and criminal justice. In this book he dealt with the regulation of artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, electronic scooters, deep-fake, etc.
Istvan Ambrus Ph.D. dr habil. Associate Professor (Eötvös Lorand University) visited the Faculty of Law and Administration at US from 9 to 14 January 2023 as a visiting professor. During his visit, he gave a lecture to students of the faculty entitled ‘Digitalisation and Criminal Law’.
Prof. Sheila Velez Martinez – University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Prof. Sheila Velez Martinez from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law visited the Faculty of Law and Administration at US from 16 to 20 January 2023 as a visiting professor.
During her visit, she attended the academic seminar ‘Migration challenges in the post – Covid era – comparing worldwide experiences’ and delivered a lecture entitled ‘Humanitarian Parole concept including Ukraine, Afghanistan and more Recently Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti’.