The work of the scientific workshop covers several areas of mathematics and physics:
Members: József Osztényi, Éva Osztényiné Krauczi, Tamás Ladics, Péter Nagy, Mihály Görbe
The scientific workshop is active in several areas. We develop and experiment with swarm and group intelligence algorithms applicable to mobile robots.
In our multi-stage research, we investigated the impact of mobile robots and teaching methods introduced in programming education on the learning and motivation of novice programmers. This was a joint study with colleagues from the Higher Education Student Achievement Research Workshop.
We developed traffic micro-simulation software that is used to model traffic and support traffic management decisions in the city of Kecskemét. We also intend to use the micro-simulator for long-term traffic planning, and we are conducting joint research with the Applied Analysis and Geometry Science Workshop.
We are working on modelling smart grids and supporting decisions on their control. This is a joint research with the Signal and Image Processing Science Workshop.
We are developing data analysis and simulation techniques for different domains. We investigate the relationships between random parameters and their impact on risk indicators. Statistical procedures to fill in missing data will be developed. These are joint research projects with the Department of Differential Equations at the University of Technology and the Department of General Informatics at the University of Miskolc.
Members: Dr. Alvarez Gil Rafael Pedro, Kálmán Bolla, Edit Gurka Dezsőné Csizmás, Dr. habil. Zsolt Csaba Johanyák, Dr. Tamás Kovács, Krisztián Medgyes, Dr. Róbert Pap-Szigeti, Dr. Attila Pásztor, László Göcs
Prof. Dr. Tibor Vajnai was a member of the workshop.
The main research areas of the workshop are:
Members: Dr. Róbert Pap-Szigeti, Dr. Attila Pásztor, Dr. Tamás Fülöp, Tánczikné Dr. Varga Szilvia, Attila Brindza, Dorottya Antaliczné Nagy, Eliza Angeli, Ferenc Koszna
The youngest research line of the workshop deals with surface modification technologies and related interfacial phenomena. The recently built Diode Laser Centre, which has several unique tools in the field of laser beam (not only surface) machining, is a major reinforcement in this field. In parallel, the sector with the longest history of research is the one dealing with the formability of metallic materials. We are currently investigating practical and theoretical aspects of sheet metal forming using state-of-the-art deformation measurement techniques. Welding also has deep roots in this workshop that, complemented by the potential of laser beam technologies, is carrying out advanced research in joining techniques with direct industrial applications.
Members: Dr. Miklós Berczeli, Ferenc Hareancz, Gergely Juhász, Edit Johanyák, Ferenc Tajti, Dávid Kis, György Ledniczky, Kitti Klam
External contributors: Dr. Zoltán Weltsch, Dr. Antal Lovas, Dr. Attila Farkas, Dr. József Danyi, Dr. Zsolt Lukács
The main research topics of the scientific workshop are:
Members: Dr. Bence Csák, Dr. Levente Balogh, Dr. Péter I. Kondor, Dr. Miklós Berczeli,
External contributors: Dr. Zoltán Weltsch, Dr. Pál Lukács
One of the oldest research workshop in the university with many scientific areas:
Members: Dr. Pál Boza, Adrián Bognár, Dr. János Kodácsy, Gábor Kónya, Dr. János Líska, Dr. Katalin Líska, István Miskolczi, Klaudia Papp, Roland Sándor, Norbert Szabó
Our research areas are:
Members: Dr. Norbert Csík, Rajmund Drenyovszki, Gábor Kátai-Urbán, Ferenc Koszna, Dr. János Kósa, Dr. Lóránt Kovács, Dr. Zoltán Megyesi
External contributors: Dr. Bence Csák, Zoltán Hegedűs
The main objective of the Logistics Systems Science Workshop is to investigate the combined applicability of the LEAN approach and autonomous systems from a logistics, economic and communication perspective.
Our research areas are:
Members: Dr. Erika Török, Dr. Adrienn Boldizsár, Dr. Péter Bajor, Dr. Zoltán Valentinyi, Dr. József Tóth, Stephan Skopp, Réka Boglárka Busa
The research activity of the Polymer Processing Science Workshop is connected to the development of thermoplastic polymer materials and production and recycling technologies. The main areas are polymer blends and composites (especially MMT and CNT nanocomposites); biopolymers (PLA, PBS). In terms of production technology, we deal with different technologies, such as:
As a material testing procedure, we perform mechanical, thermoanalytical, and rheological procedures on various original and recycled polymers. We also deal with the rheology of melts, and the time-dependent properties of polymers and polymer composites. In addition, the microscopic examination of the completed nanocomposites is also important, which shows the compositional and surface properties of the finished material. After that, we examine the applicability of nanocomposites in the vehicle industry and other industries.
Members: Attila Bata, Prof. Dr. Károly Belina, Gergely Tóth, Dr. Andrea Ádámné Major, Dr. Eszter Kókai, Dorottya Antaliczné Nagy, Pál Hansághy, Balázs Ádám, Dr. László Tóth, Ferenc Palásti, Dóra Terjék, Elek Kiss
CIRL is a research laboratory at the Department of Information Technology of the John von Neumann University that is dedicated to research related to artificial intelligence techniques, nature inspired optimization methods, fuzzy set theory based and neural networks based methods and their applications.
Members: Dr. Attila Pásztor, Dr. Rafael Pedro Alvarez Gil, Péter András Agg, László Göcs, Márk Kovács, Dr. Zoltán Subecz.
External contributors: Dr. Zoltán Király, Prof. Dr. Szilveszter Kovács, Olga Papp, Sara Imene Boucetta, Dr. Annamária Koncz, Prof. Dr. László Pokorádi, Dr. habil. Edit Laufer
EFS – Efficient ensemble feature selection for machine learning from high-dimensional raw data
NIDS – Development of a network intrusion detection module
EOSDN – Energy consumption optimization in software defined networks
FUEO – User experience optimization in mobile apps using a fuzzy approach