Courses

Fall term (Neptun)
BME VITMMA03Engineering Modeling: From Theory to Practice - MSc computer science students (Course coordinator, 4 semesters: 2015 - 2018 fall)
BME VITMM028Infocommunication Systems and Applications - MSc engineering and management students (Course coordinator, 7 semesters: 2012 - 2018 fall)
Spring term
BME VITMA066Management of Infocommunication Systems - BSc engineering and management students (Course coordinator, 6 semesters: 2013 - 2018 spring)
Past courses
BME VITMM215Network Planning - MSc computer science/electrical engineer students (5 semesters: 2010 - 2014 fall)

Supervised Students

PhD ThesisAlija Pašić (2019, BME)
MSc ThesisVictor Miñano Belvis (2019, TUM), Bálint Kis (2016, BME), Viktória Vincze (2015, BME), Alija Pašić (2013, BME), Ferenc Juhász (2010, BME)
BSc ThesisZsolt Vági (2016, BME), Asztrik Bakos (2015, BME), Bálint Kis (2014, BME), Péter Lombos (2014, BME), Tamás Tarjáni (2014, BME), Ágnes Szabó (2012, BME), Ferenc Tanai (2010, BME)

Student's Scientific Forum

OTDK
Alija Pašić, Practical aspects of dedicated protection using network coding, National Scientific Students Associations Conference, 2013.
Awards: I. prize, Supervisors: Péter Babarczi, PhD and János Tapolcai, PhD
BME VIK
Alija Pašić, Practical aspects of dedicated protection using network coding, BME Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, 2012.
Awards: Tibor Trón Memorial I. prize, Supervisors: Péter Babarczi, PhD and János Tapolcai, PhD
Péter Babarczi, Guaranteed connection availability with dedicated protection, BME Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, 2007.
Awards: II. prize, Supervisor: János Tapolcai, PhD
Ferenc Tanai, Design and evaluation of routing protocols in intermittently connected mobile networks, BME Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, 2010.
Awards: III. prize, Supervisors: Péter Babarczi and János Tapolcai, PhD