Associate Professor at Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Head of the BME Department of Automotive Technology, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering.
Head of the BME Automated Drive Laboratory.
Head of Research&Innovation for ZalaZONE
An Electrical Engineer with a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, having strong business mind-set with a solid industrial background and an M.Sc. degree in Business Administration.
His main research interest is the testing and validation methodologies of the connected and automated mobility systems. Author or co-author of several scientific papers and books, many of them related directly to the unique Hungarian proving ground for CAV testing and validation – ZalaZONE.
Reputable expert in advanced automotive technologies like connected and highly automated vehicles, IoT telematics and security of vehicle Cyber-Physical Systems. Founder and leader of the BME Automated Drive Lab, his main fields of research interest are the testing and validation processes of CAV technologies and automotive cybersecurity.
Working on solid grounds of extensive automotive industrial experience and international network connections, as well as of a strong academic and a convincing business background.
Motivated by value creation, he is a strategic thinker and recognised advisor also working as Head of Research&Innovation for ZalaZONE, the new Hungarian Automotive Proving Ground, focusing on the testing and validation of connected, automated and electrified vehicles. Represents Hungary in the EU GEAR2030 and STRIA initiatives for connected and automated vehicle technology deployment.