Executives

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Prof. Ernő RUBIK

Founding Member, Honorary President

Rubik Studio H-1122 Budapest, Városmajor u. 74.

Tel.: (36-1) 356-9533

Graduated in 1967 from the Faculty of Architecture at the Technical University of Budapest. Subsequently he earned a second degree in interior design at the Hungarian Academy of Crafts and Design where he was Associate Professor and Director of postgraduate studies up until 1986. He is an architect and designer, and best known for his Magic puzzle series, which is led by "The Cube". However, from 1982 he has been active in experiments to revitalize the Hungarian economy. In order to move beyond the toy field and to join various kind of industrial activities, he opened the Rubik Studio in 1983, a business center involved in product design and development. Presently, he is working on joining international circles both in business and finance. In order to help both student and practitioner inventors and designers, he founded two Rubik Foundations. He is an Honorary Professor at the Hungarian Academy of Crafts and Design. In 1996 he was elected for the Honorary Doctor of the Technical University of Budapest. He received the Gold Medal of Labour; Order of Merit of the Hungarian People's Republic in 1982, the State Prize in 1983 and the Kossuth Prize in 2007. His Cube was the Toy of the Year in the United Kingdom, in the Federal Republic of Germany, in Italy, Sweden, Finland, France and the USA. In 1995, he was awarded the Dénes Gábor Prize. He was the first elected, and in 1993 re-elected, President of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering and Curator of the Foundation of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering. Now he is the Honorary President of the HAE.

 

Dr. Miklós BENDZSEL

President

Hungarian Intellectual Property Office
H-1054 Budapest, Garibaldi u.2.
Phone: (36-1) 331 2942

Graduated in 1976 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology. He earned his second degree as an economist in 1983 and his doctoral thesis in 1984 at the Budapest University of Economics. Between 1976 and 1980 he was research engineer in the Technological Institute for Machine Industry. He has more than 30 years of experience in intellectual property protection; executive vice-president (1993-1997) of the Hungarian Patent Office. Since 1997 he is president of the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office (formerly Hungarian Patent Office). President of the Hungarian Design Council set up in 2002. He is currently the chairman of the Hague Union Assembly of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). He has been representative of the Hungarian Republic in the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organisation (observer 1997 – 2003, member since 2003). Since December 2010 he is deputy chairman of the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organisation. Since 2012 he is member of the European Design Leadership Board. Member of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering since 1999, vice-president since 2011. He occupies positions in several public administration and governmental bodies and social organisations. Regular guest lecturer in Hungarian technical and economic higher education. He is co-author, editor or consultant editor of nine manuals and university textbooks. Author of around 120 studies and publications. Honours: 1996 - Jedlik Ányos Prize, 2002 - Eötvös Loránd Prize, 2003 - Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (civilian) Officer Cross, 2004 - Diploma of merit "In memoriam Dennis Gabor", 2005 - Honorary Freeman of the University of West Hungary - honorary professor of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, 2007 - Pro Universitate Prize, University of Miskolc, 2012 – commemorative medal of the Hungarian Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright, Árpád Bogsch Memory Medal of the International Federation of Inventors' Associations.

 Dr. András SALGÓ

Vice President

BME Biokémiai és Élelmiszertechnológiai Tanszék
H-1521 Budapest
Tel: (36-1) 463-3854

Graduated in 1974 from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his PhD on 1987. He was Associated Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Food technology at the TUB between 1983-1993. Since 1993 he is the Head of this Department. He was the Vice Dean of the Chemical Faculty of the TUB between 1993-1999. His research covers the areas of the chemical, biochemical analysis of foods and feeds using different techniques as chromatography, electrophoresis, analysers, macro- and micromethods for the activity measurement of enzymes; application of near infrared technologies. He is the member of the Hungarian Association of Biochemistry, the Hungarian Association of Food Science, Association of protein Chemistry of the HAS. Since 1996 he is the Chairman of the ISO TC 34 Committee, and since 1999 the Chairman of the ISO TC 34 - SC 4 Subcommittee. He is Executive Committee Member of International Association for Cereal Science and Technology since 1997.

András Szöllösi-Nagy
Vice President
Hungarian Academy of Engineering

Szöllösi-Nagy holds a Dipl. Ing. in Civil Engineering, a Dr. Techn. (Summa cum Laude) in Hydrology and
Mathematical Statistics from the Budapest University of Technology (BME), Hungary, and a Ph.D. in
hydrology from the same university. He earned the Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in system science
from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1991. In the same year, he habilitated, Dr. Habil., at BME.
He started his carrier at the Water Resources Research Center (VITUKI), Budapest, Hungary, where
later he held the position of Deputy Director General (director for research)). In the early ‘70s he was
research scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg,
Austria. Later he worked with IBM Italy. In the early ‘80s he taught computer aided hydrological
forecasting at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand. During that period he worked
as a UN consultant on hydrological forecasting in Bangladesh, Thailand and Indonesia. He was Visiting
Professor at the University of Luleå, Sweden and a regular visiting research professor at the Systems
Department of the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada. His main research interest covered
stochastic hydrology and real-time recursive flow forecasting state space algorithms using combined
hydrodynamic and statistical models. Szöllösi-Nagy joined UNESCO in Paris in 1989 as Director of the
Division of Water Sciences and Secretary of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP). He held
those positions for 20 years. He also served as Coordinator of UNESCO’s environmental programmes
and Deputy Assistant Director General of UNESCO’s Natural and Exact Sciences Sector. In 2009 he
was nominated Professor of Stochastic Hydrology both at UNESCO-IHE and TU Delft, The Netherlands.
Between 2009 and 2014 he served as Rector of the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft,
The Netherlands. Between 2009 and 2014 he was visiting professor at the Beijing Normal University in
Beijing, China. He was a member, and earlier Chairman, of the predecessor of UN-Water. He had an
active role in the creation of the World Water Council (WWC). He launched the International Journal of
Water Policy. Served as member of the Boards of the Stockholm Water Week, the Stockholm
Environmental Institute (SEI), Sweden, the Delta Allience and the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz
International Water Prize, respectively. He served for several years on the Water Advisory Group of the
Asian Development Bank. In 2014 he returned to Hungary. Served on the Board of ICHARM, Japan.
Between 1986 and 1989 he was the co- (founding) Editor of the International Journal of Stochastic
Hydrology and Hydraulics (Springer). In that period he was Editor-in-Chief of the Hidrológiai Közlöny
(Hungarian Journal of Hydrology). Now he is Chair of the Editorial Board of the later journal. He serves
on the editorial boards of Water Resources Management (Reidel), Environmental Systems, the
International Journal of Water Policy (IWA Publishing), Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for
Development (IWA), International Journal on Landslides (Springer), the Encyclopedia of Life Support
Systems (EOLSS). He has also served as officer of various Committees of the International Association
of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), the International Association for Hydraulic Research (IAHR), the
International Water Resources Association (IWRA) and the International Federation of Information
Processing (IFIP). Elected member of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences (WAAS) and the
Hungarian Academy of Engineering (MMA), respectively. He was made an Honorary Member of the
American Water Resources Association (AWRA); the IWRA Ven-Te-Chow Lecturer (1994); Chester C.
Kisiel Lecturer (1999) at the University of Arizona, Tucson, US; Hydrology Days Award (2004), Colorado
State University, Fort Collins, US; 2008 Tsinghua Global Vision Lectures Speaker at the Tsinghua
University, Beijing, China, and Walter Bean Professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada, in 2009. In
2005, he received the Distinguished Associate Award of the International Association of Hydrogeologists
(IAH). He is recipient of the JSCE International Award of the Japanese Society of Civil Engineers. In
2011 he received the Dooge Award of IWHA and was the recipient of the Prince Albert II of Monaco
Environmental Award in the area of freshwater. He was awarded with the Water Visionary Distinguished
Service Award by the WET Foundation, US. Recepient of several Hungarian state awards as well as the Africa Water Prize.


Dr. János TAKÁCS

Secretary General

BME H-1111 Budapest Bertalan L. u. 2. Z. ép. 608.

Tel./fax : (36-1) 463-1694

Graduated in 1972 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his CSc. at the HAS in 1982, habilitation in 1996. He is Full Professor and Head of the Department of Vehicle Manufacturing and Repairing at the Faculty of Transportation at the BUTE. He received the Pattantyús Á. Award of the SSME in 1993, Eötvös Award in 1998, 50. Anniversary Medal of FTSS in 1999, Gold Medal of SSME in 2000. He is Secretary of the High-Energy Density Machining Subcommittee of HAS. He has over 180 publications, mainly in foreign languages. He is member of editorial board of "Gépgyártás" and member of scientific advisory board of "Periodica Polytechnica - Transportation Engineering". He received the Széchenyi Professor' Scholarship in 1997-2001. Since February 2000 he is re-elected President of the SSME. Since November 1996 he is the Secretary General of the HAE.

Dr. András BÁRCZAY
President of the Control Committee

H-11192 Budapest, Marcell-46

Telefon: (36-1) 405-0590

E-mail: barczay.tanacsado@gmail.com

Graduated in 1973 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest. He earned a second-degree of economist at the Marx Károly University of Economic Sciences, Budapest in 1976. His phD. in 1977. Started to work as a designer engineer (1973). 1976-1979 working in the field of industrial marketing and other economical research in a research institute. 1979 started to work in State Insurance Company in the industrial insurances. 1982 appointed as leader of industrial insurance department. 1983 appointed as director. 1986 after the devision of the State Insurance Co. joining to Hungária Biztosító directing the property and liability insurance territory. 1990 Hungária Biztosító is transferred to a share holding company having Allianz AG., München as the share holder. He became the member of the Board and deputy general manager until 2005. From 1995 he was the member of the Board of Directors of Hermes Credit Insurance Co. and became two years later a member of the supervisory Board. 2007-2010 he was the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the CEO of Euler Hermes Credit Insurance Co. in Hungary and the senior managing director of Allianz Hungary Insurance. He was also the founder chairman of the Hungarian Nuclear Insurance Pool, member of the chairmanship of Budapest Commercial and Industrial Chamber. Visiting lecturer of Economical University, Budapest. Former chairman of the Supervisory Board of Ganz Danubius Óbuda Ship Factory (1989-1993). Former chairman of the Board of Ganz Danubius Crane and Ship Factory (1993-1994). Former chairman of the Supervisory Board of Autokonszern Rt. (1994-1996), member of the Supervisory Board of Danuvia Szerszámgépgyár (1993-1997). Recently he is presidential consultant of Allianz Zrt. in Hungary.
He is author and co-author of some books and scientific articles in subject of insurance. Member of the editorial board of Biztosítási Szemle (Insurance Review)and Senator of Károly Gáspár Reformed University, Legal Faculty.

 

Dr. Zoltán BARANYI Founding Member

Control Committee Members

Babcock Inducoop Kft.

H-1518 Budapest, Pf.: 181.

Tel. : (36-1) 203-8176

Graduated in 1973 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest. Later he earned a second degree as a welding engineer, and in 1981 he obtained his PhD. He works in the industry. He is the technical director of the Babcock Inducoop Ltd., and he is responsible for the technical preparation of the establishment of chemical and power stations, and their supervision abroad. He is a member of the Scientific Society of Mechanical Engineers. He is supplementary member of the Control Committee of HAE.

 

Ádám DÖBRÖCZÖNI

Control Committee Members

ME Gépelemek Tanszék

H-3515 Miskolc-Egyetemváros

Tel: (36-46) 327-643

Graduated in 1967 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Miskolc University of Heavy Industry. He earned his PhD in 1968, his Dr. Univ. In 1987 and his Dr. habil in 1996. He is the Head of the Department of Machine Elements and Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Miskolc. He is the Chairman of Editorial Board of monthly „Gép". Member of the International Federation for the Theory of machines and Mechanisms T.C. Micromechanisms and T.C. Gearing and Transmissions, expert of the ISO/TC 60/SC 2/WG 6. He is member of the Control Committee of HAE.

Dr. László NOVOTNY

Control Committee Members

Qualiso Consulting Ltd.

H-2011 Budakalász, Sólyom út 9.

Tel.: (36-30) 248-7248, (36-26) 342-466

Graduated in 1964 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest. He earned his second degree as welding engineer in 1973, his PhD in 1978 and his CSc in 1988. He has also an economic degree as chartered accountant (1995) and Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) in 1996. He is managing director of Qualiso Consulting Ltd dealing with business consulting, performance and knowledge management and information systems consulting. He has been involved in several big program and project management engagements. He is also an expert for the Hungarian Industrial Standardization and on Information Systems Auditing. He is member of the Welding and Material Testing Sections of the SSME. He was recognized as an outstanding worker of the Oil and Gas Industrial Trust in 1979, and in 1983 the SSME awarded him for his technical publications. He is member of the Control Committee of HAE.

 

Dr. Ferenc GILLEMOT

KFKI Atomenergiakutató Intézet

H-1525 Budapest Pf.: 49.

Tel.: (36-1) 395-9220

Graduated in 1962 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his second degree as a qualified welding engineer in 1965 and his CSc in 1981. He is Head of the Radiation Embrittlement and Ageing of PWR-s Research at the Central Institute for Physics. He is also the Hungarian Delegate in the Life Time Management of Nuclear Power Plants Working Group of the International Atomic Agency. He is a member of the editorial board of the international journal "Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics". He is supplementary member of the Disciplinary and Ethic Committee of HAE.

 

Dr. György András GÉMES

Ethics Committee Members

TÜV Rheinland InterCert Kft.
H-1132 Budapest, Váci út 48/A-B.
Tel: +36-1-288-8456
Fax: +36-1-461-1199
Mobil: (+36)-30 791-4484
E-mail: gyorgy.gemes@hu.tuv.com
Graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Budapest Technical University (BME) in 1997. He earned his second diploma as an engineer specializing in reactor technology in 2003 from the Faculty of Natural Sciences at BME. He earned his Ph.D. (Materials and Solid State Physics) in 2010 at Eötvös Loránd University. Between 1997- 2009, he worked for SIEMENS Erőműtechnika Ltd. He was Head of the Laboratory from 2001. Between 2009-2014, he has been Director of the Material Testing and Condition Control Laboratory of AIB-VINCOTTE Hungary Ltd. Starting 2014, he has been Head of the Material Testing and Condition Control Laboratory of TÜV Rheinland InterCert Ltd. His main professional activities cover destructive and non-destructive material testing, condition monitoring of conventional power plants and lifetime estimation of reactor vessels of nuclear power plants. He has qualified as Eur. Ing. of FEANI in 2001. He has been a member of HAE since 2005.Between 2005-2008, his served as a member of the reactor experts panel, and participated in creating the technical foundations for the lifetime extension program of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant. Since 2011, he has also been serving as a member of the Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Section of Engineering Sciences.

Dr. Ákos JOBBÁGY

Ethics Committee Members

BME Méréstechnika és Információs Rendszerek Tanszék

H-1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 9.

Tel.: (36-1) 463-2872

Graduated in 1975 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at TUB. He received his CSc in 1994. In 1995 he joined the Department of Measurement and Instrument Engineering (at present called Measurement and Information Systems) where he is now an associate Professor and Head of the Biomedical Engineering Group. Since 1975 he was principal investigator of more than 20 different industrial and scientific research projects of the department. In 1994 he was a visiting research fellow at Delft University of Technology. His current research interests are biomedical instrumentation and market based motion analysis. He is a member of IEEE (USA), Hungarian member of IMEKO TC13, secretary of the Biomedical Engineering Section of SSMA. He received the Széchenyi Professor's scholarship in 1997. He is the Director of the Educational Department of the TUB.

Aladár KIMPIÁN

Ethics Committee Members

Országos Villamostávvezeték Rt.

H-1158 Budapest, Késmárk u. 14.

Tel.: (36-1) 414-3103

Graduated in 1963 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the TUB. He is the Technical Deputy General Manager of the National Power Line Company Ltd. He was the leader of the establishment and the operation of the Hungarian 750/400 kV substation Albertirsa between 1975-1983. He is a member of the Presidium of the Hungarian Association of Electrical Engineering and he is also a member of the Hungarian National Committee of CIGRE. He is supplementary member of the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of HAE.

 

János MÉSZÁROS

Ethics Committee Members

H-4028 Debrecen, Nagyerdei krt. 48.

Tel.: (36-52) 423-217

Graduated in 1970 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his second degree in 1981 as a specialized economist at the TUB, and his third one at the Foreign Trade College. He was a member of several planning teams realizing projects in the field of the agricultural machine production. His tasks were, among others, to introduce updated manufacturing technologies into industry, to organize the foreign trade of mass-produced and single-purpose machines in the field of agricultural and the wood working industry. He is now Head of a middle-size company, producing steel structures, mainly for export. He is member of the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of HAE.


Dr. János KÖVESI

Treasurer

BME Ipari Menedzsment és Vállalkozásgazdaságtan Tanszék

H-1521 Budapest Tel.:(36-1) 463-2820

Graduated in 1976 from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering at the TUB. He earned a second degree in reliability engineering at the TUB in 1983, his Dr. Tech. in 1984. He earned his PhD in 1990, his Eur Ing in 1991 and his Doctor habil in 1998. He was the Dean of the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences until 2004, and he is Full Professor and the Head of Department of Industrial Management and Business Economics at the TUB. Since 2004 he is Vice-President of BME, responsible for educational affairs. His research covers the areas of Technology Management, Total Quality Management and Reliability. He is the Secretary of the Hungarian Management Council, member of the National Committee of European Organization for Quality, of the Council of Engineers and the Scientific Society of Mechanical Engineers and of the Production and Operation Management Society, USA.

 


Dr. György SZOKOL

Founding Member, President of the Nominating Committee, Member of the Board

H-1185 Budapest, Ködmön u. 37.

Tel.: (36-1) 292-2837

gyorgy.szokol@vivamail.hu

Graduated in 1964 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his second degree as a specialised welding engineer in 1970 and his PhD in 1973. He is Director General of the ESAB Hungary Ltd, where he was awarded by his outstanding work. From this position he retired in 2005. He is a lecturer on welding technology and materials testing at the Institute of Postgraduate Studies of Engineering at the TUB. He also participates in the work of several sections of the Scientific Society of Mechanical Engineers and member of the Technological Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Science. After 1996, he was a member of the Nominating Committee of the HAE, and now is Chairman of this Committee and also member of the Board.

 

Dr. István BERTA

Nominating Member

BME Nagyfeszültségű Technika és Berendezések Tanszék

H-1111. Budapest, Egry J. u. 18.

Tel.: (36-1) 463-2779

Graduated in 1972 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the TUB. He earned his Dr. Univ. in 1977, CSc in 1988, PhD in 1994, and Dr. Habil. in 1995, his DSc in 1997 and Széchenyi Scholarship for Professors in 1998. He was the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of TUB from 1989 to 1993. He was the Head of the Department of High Voltage Engineering and Equipment of TUB between 1993-2002. His field of activities include: high voltage engineering, insulating materials, industrial electrostatics in teaching; electrostatic hazards, electrostatic precipitation, painting, power coating, lightning and over voltage protection, and EMC/ESD/EMP in research. He is Secretary of EFCE Stat. El. in Process Industries, Fellow of IEE, Chartered Engineer, Honorary Officer of IEE Budapest CD, UNIDO expert; member of the Hungarian national UNIDO Committee, Scientific Consultant of SHOCK Ltd, member of the Electrostatic Society of America, Institute of Electrostatics Japan, International Fellow and Member of the Board of directors of ISESP, member of IEEE Environment Health and Safety Committee, member of CIGRE and several national and international scientific societies. He is the author of 7 books, 68 publications, 105 papers, 11 patents and 9 national and international standards and more then 100 technical reports. He got the Gábor Dénes Prize in 2002. He is member of the Nominating Committee of HAE.


Dr. Zsuzsa SZENTGYÖRGYI

Spokesperson

H-1124 Budapest, Thomán István u. 14/III.

Tel.: (36-1) 395-4871

Graduated in 1958 in electrical engineering, and received university doctor's degree from the TUB. She has worked for some years in industry, designing automatic control systems. Later she joined the Research Institute for Computing and Automation of the HAS (SZTAKI) as research worker. In 1985 she was invited to join the Ministry of Industry, where her responsibility was, as director-general, co-operation between the R+D sphere and the industry. In this job she headed a large five-years S+T program. Since 1991, she had been a freelance writer and editor in science and technology. She had been for 12 years the deputy secretary-general and later for 8 years the co-president of the Hungarian Scientific Society for Measurement and Automation (MATE). She is member of the IEEE, the author of more than 600 popular scientific papers, and editor or co-author of nine books. She has received three S+T awards and two for popularisation science. She has been for 12 years the editor of the Magyar Tudomány (Hungarian Science), and she was an adviser of the President of HAS


Dr. Zsuzsanna ADLOVITS

H-1037 Budapest Vízér u. 7. Tel.: (36-1) 250-6175

Graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Heavy Industry in Miskolc in 1963. She got her second degree in welding engineering in 1967, her CSc in 1986 and her PhD in 1987. She was responsible for the development of welding technology, and for the application of the results into the production process at ABB Power Generation Ltd.

 

Dr. Kiss István

Members of the Board

villamosmérnök, mérnök-tanár PhD, a BME Villamos Energetika Tanszék vezetője, egyetemi docens. Szakterülete: nagyfeszültségű technika, szigetelésdiagnosztika, villám- és túlfeszültség védelem, levegőtisztaság védelem; a villamosság élettani hatásai, az erőterek biológiai hatásai, áramütés elleni védelem, ipari elektrosztatikus veszélyek elleni védelem. Kreativitását jellemzi: széleskörű tapasztalat a nagy és középfeszültségű rendszerek területein, oktatás, tagság hazai és nemzetközi szervezetekben, konferenciaszervezés, oktatás angol nyelven is, 79 publikáció magyar és angol nyelven. Nyelvismerete: angol, német

 

István KRÁLIK

Members of the Board

H-1133 Budapest, Thurzó utca 9.

Tel: 329-1575

Graduated in 1973 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest. In 1978 he earned a second degree as welding engineer. He worked at petrochemical plant-investments in East-Hungary as welding and material testing supervisor. Presently works as chief advisor for technical, economical, trade and financial affairs at the private owned Videxim Co.,(Holding) Ltd., acting mostly in the Far-East Region (Hong Kong, South-China, Taiwan and Korea).

Imre Norbert ORBULOV

Members of the Board

Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
H-1111, Budapest, Bertalan Lajos utca 7.
Tel.: +36 1 463 2386
E-mail: orbulov@eik.bme.hu, orbulov@gmail.com

Imre Norbert Orbulov graduated in 2006 from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He earned his PhD summa cum laude in 2009 at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the same university. The theme of his dissertation was “Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams”. Since 2010 he is working at the same department as assistant professor. From the middle of 2012 he is the vice-dean for finance at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. His main fields of research interest are the mechanical testing and microstructural characterisation of metal matrix composites, metallic foams and metal matrix syntactic foams. On the side of mechanical testing his research work is focused on the compressive properties, behaviour and failure mechanisms of metallic foams. On the microstructural side the main investigations are pointed on the interface layer between the components of the composites. From 2010 his research is supported by the János Bolyai Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and by a post-doctoral OTKA grant. He is member of the European Society of Composite Materials, the Hungarian Society of Materials Science and the Hungarian Association for Material Testing.

 

Dr. Tamás PÉTER

Members of the Board

Budapest University of Technology and Economics,

Department of Control and Transport Automation

H-1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 3.

el./fax:(36-1) 463-3656

e-mail:peter@sultan.kma.bme.hu

Diploma: M. Sc. in mechanical engineering by Technical University of Budapest (TUB), 1972. Doctorate: In mechanical mathematics, TUB, 1977. Ph.D: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1994. Scientific activities: Non-linear stochastic dynamical systems, mathematical modelling, analysis and optimization. Computer mathematics. Equivalence classes of vehicle vibration systems. International scientific contacts: Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GERMANY),1980.Université du Québec. 1986. University of Gent, (BELGIUM) 1988. University of Neuchâtel (SWITZERLAND), 1992. Conseil national de recherches Canada (Ottawa), 1995. UNIVERSITÉ Laval (Québec-CANADA), 1995. Université de Haute Alsace (FRANCE) 1998. Laboratoire d'Automatique de Grenoble, (FRANCE) 2000. UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO, (ITALY) 2000. Educational activity: Stochastic processes. Calculus of variations. Linear and non-linear dynamic systems theory. Systems optimization. Committee memberships: 1994-95: Director of the program “Modern computer mathematics for engineers”. (3313-HU World Bank. Project No. 0674). 1997-2001: Local Director of the program TEMPUS_JEP-12555-97 "Upgrading the Hungarian Higher Education in Intelligent System in Control and Measurments". 1999-2002: Director of the program TEMPUS JEP-14191-99 "Euroconform Complex Retraining of Specialists in Road Transport".

 


Mrs. Zsuzsanna SÁRKÖZI ZÁGONI

Foreign Secretary

Graduated in 1976 from the Faculty of Commerce at the Budapest University of Economics. After her graduation she worked for the Hungarian Institute of Materials and Packing in Public Relations, marketing and economic analysis for ten years. She got her second degree (MBA) at the TUB in 1998. She is currently the Foreign Secretary of the HAE. She is also Chief Counsellor at the Institute of Continuing Engineering Education of TUB, Secretary General of the Hungarian National Committee for FEANI and Secretary of the Committee on Education and Training of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations. She has several publications in international educational journals. She delivered quite a few lectures at international conferences about the role of international cooperations in the engineering education and also in the continuing engineering education. She is Curator of the FHAE. She got the "Pro Universitate" Award of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2003.

 


Ms. Ildikó DRABBANT

Financial Affairs

Szádiaudit Kft.

H-1132 Budapest, Visegrádi út 76. Tel.: (36-20) 919-1583

Graduated in 1990 from the College of Finance and Accountancy as a Plant Economist. She was the person in charge of the financial affairs of the International Center for Engineering Programs at the TUB. She is the person in charge of the financial affairs of the HAE.

 


Mrs. Márta BORS MADARÁSZ

Secretary

Magyar Mérnökakadémia

She got her certificate (1982) of final examination in Secondary School of Economics named Lajos Kossuth in shorthand/steno-typist section. From March of 2002 she is the Secretary of the HAE.