The Hungarian Hydrological Society organized a lecture session about Lake Velence. The session took place on 22 September at the Central Transdanubian Water Directorate in Székesfehérvár. The purpose of the meeting was to present and discuss the results of research related to Lake Velence, which research was carried out in the framework of the National Laboratory of Water Science and Water Safety (RRF-2.3.1-21-2022-00008) and the Multidisciplinary National Laboratory for Climate Change (RRF-2.3.1- 21-2022-00014). Petra Baják, a staff member of the József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair and Foundation, was invited to present her results regarding the investigation of the relationship between Lake Velence and groundwater. In the two-hour session, in addition to Petra, two other speakers presented their latest results, Péter Szabó (Central Transdanubian Water Directorate) and Máté Chappon (Széchenyi University). Péter Szabó spoke about the hydrological situation of Lake Velence, while Máté Chappon examined the water resource management of Lake Velence and its two reservoirs (Zámoly and Pátka reservoirs) in his research. The lectures could be listened to in person and online, a total of 78 interested people attended the meeting. The presentations were followed by a lively discussion, where, among others, there was talk of the possible water replenishment solutions, the effects of fishing, water quality issues, etc.