Head of NLAS Control Planning Strategies research field.
Scientific advisor of the SZTAKI Laboratory of Systems and Control, head of the Dynamical Systems Theory group.
Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and at the Széchenyi István University.
Since 2011 he has been a doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, a member of the Automation and Computer Science Scientific Committee.
His research interests include system and control identification, gray box parameter estimation procedures. Researches focus mainly on robust control, design principles and methods, complemented by the topics of fault detection and related reconfigurable controls. Within this, the control planning procedures based on the so-called geometrical principles were given special emphasis. He presented his results at prestigious conferences and published them in domestic and foreign journals.