As a geographic group we have the benefit of the diversity concerning professions and ideas. Our practice is to discuss various issues, select and implement the best practices and define achievable goals for the future.
We are strongly encouraged to build a group of young professionals in different fields of engineering. The members may join to such a group, where they have the opportunity to meet other members and exchange ideas through social and informal activities.
The main accomplishment is the establishment and strengthening the connections of young professionals in Hungary. Furthermore we will try to enlarge our network, thus increase the footprint of IEEE.
The members belong to a young and enthusiastic group, where they can find new professional connections through its interdisciplinary feature.
The group creates a community of young professionals, where we can establish connections and discuss problems is a much easier and flexible way.
As a member we have the opportunity to get in touch and cooperate with other groups of IEEE abroad, which includes traveling to various locations in the world.
The established connections and friendships will be beneficiary in your professional life later, facilitating the growth of your career.
You have the opportunity to form the activity of the group, as we put emphasis on the ideas of individual members.
As a member you have the right to use IEEE brand and all its benefits, when organizing a conference, workshop or meeting.
Affinity Group management:
Domokos Esztergár-Kiss graduated as a computer-engineer from Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Hungary, Budapest in 2011. Currently he is an assistant lecturer student at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). Since 2014 he is the international project coordinator of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering. He received Erasmus Scholarship in 2009, the Scholarship of the Republic in 2010 and DAAD research scholarship in 2013. His major field of research is the combination of transportation modes and optimization of multimodal travel chains. He was involved in several projects, as BusEye (Development of an online personalized passenger information system), Smarter Transport (Forecasting of traffic flow parameters) and TÁMOP research university project (Connecting transportation modes with telematics tools).
Domokos is the chair of IEEE Yong Professional AG, and is very committed to lead the group of young researchers in the field of engineering. He is IEEE member since many years, is member of the ITS Society, Green ICT community, Smart Cities and Smart Grid community, and attended several conferences, e.g. IEEE-ITSC 2013 (Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference). He was the main organizer of the IEEE conference MT-ITS 2015 (Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems).
Zsolt Nagy received the Master of Science degree in Systems Engineer from University of Debrecen in 2002 and PhD in Computer Science at University of Debrecen Informatics Doctoral School in 2015. He is the Chief Innovation Officer of the University of Nyíregyháza. He also holds the positions of internship program leader and project manager at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Nyiregyhaza. His research interests include intelligent web systems, recommender systems, mobile application development and sensor technologies.
Zsolt Nagy is very active in the international community, regularly serving as reviewer for an Elsevier journal Tourism Management, he is the vice-chair of IEEE YP HS, a scientific committee member of 12th International Conference on Mobile Learning 2016, Algarve, Portugal. He served on the organizing committee of 13th International Conference on Automata and Formal Languages (AFL'11) in Debrecen, organized the Conference on Dyadic Analysis and Related Fields with Applications (DARFA2014) as a project manager at Nyiregyhaza. He is a member of Chamber of Forensic Experts, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Internet of Things Technical Community and IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.
Miklos Mezei got his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering at Obuda University, Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 2011, and MSc degree in Computer Science Engineer at Obuda University, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics in 2013. Currently he is a PhD student at Obuda University’ Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics. His research topic includes the investigation and development of Urban traffic control. Currently he is focusing the research of CDR and Social Media data importance. Besides his PhD studies, he works at the Obuda University’ Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering as Departmental Engineer.
He is the member of IEEE since 2014. Also a member of the Program Committee for the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2016) that will be held in Budapest, Hungary during Oct. 9-12, 2016.
Laszlo Bacsardi obtained M.Sc. degree in computer engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary in 2006. He wrote his PhD thesis on the possible connection between space communications and quantum communications at the BME Department of Telecommunications in 2012. His current research interests are in mobile ad hoc communication, quantum computing and quantum communications. Since 2009, he works at the University of West Hungary, Sopron, Hungary. Currently, he is Associate Professor and the Head of the Institute of Informatics and Economics. As an Adjunct Assistant Professor, he is member of faculty at the Department of Networked Systems and Services, BME as well.
Dr. Bacsardi is the Secretary General of the Hungarian Astronautical Society (MANT), which is the oldest Hungarian non-profit space association founded in 1956. He is member of the board of a Hungarian scientific newspaper ('World of Nature'), the editorial board of Infocommunications Journal and he is the publisher of a non-profit Hungarian space news portal ('Space World'). Furthermore, he is member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and the Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary (HTE-an IEEE and IEEE ComSoc sister society). In 2012, he has joined the UN established Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), currently active as the Hungarian National Point of Contact. In November of 2014, he was selected as the member of the month of SGAC. He was elected as the Event Manager of the European Space Generation Workshop 2016. He represents Hungary in the work of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) as member of IAF Space Societes Committee and IAF Space Communications and Navigations Committee.
IT Services Hungary factory visit
Lego factory visit
IEEE YP dinner
How to join to our community?
1. If you are not an IEEE member, apply for a membership at www.ieee.org!
2. Send an email to esztergar()kku.bme.hu with your IEEE membership number.
3. Welcome to the IEEE HS Young Professionals!
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