Head of NLAS Vehicle Dynamics and Control research field.
He is a senior researcher at the Vehicle Dynamics and Control Research Group of the SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory.
He has been working in the Institute for Computer Science and Control since 2007. He received his Ph.D. degree in transportation sciences from Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2013.
His most important research areas: autonomous vehicle control systems, coordination of learning-based and model-based control systems, energy-optimal control of road vehicles and platoons, nonlinear analysis and synthesis of integrated vehicle control systems, variable geometry suspension control.