Presentation on theme: "S ZILVIA N AGY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR VICE DEAN FOR RESEARCH AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS – F ACULTY OF E NGINEERING S CIENCES R ICHÁRD H ORVÁTH ASSISTANT."— Presentation transcript:
S ZILVIA N AGY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR VICE DEAN FOR RESEARCH AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS – F ACULTY OF E NGINEERING S CIENCES R ICHÁRD H ORVÁTH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR D EPARTMENT OF L OGISTICS AND T RANSPORTATION M ONS, 7 TH N OVEMBER, 2013. Railway related research projects C OOPERATION POSSIBILITIES IN RAILWAY TRANSPORT, LOGISTICS, INFO - COMMUNICATIONS, VEHICLES, AND
The Széchenyi István University was founded in the 1970s as College for Transport and Telecommunication Received the university status in 2002 Faculties: – Faculty of Engineering Sciences – Deák Ferenc Faculty of Law and Political Sciences – Kautz Gyula Faculty of Economics – Petz Lajos Institute of Health and Social Sciences – Varga Tibor Institute of Musical Art Number of students: ~13 thousand / ~8 thousand Multidisciplinary PhD School in Engineering Sciences Mons, 7th November 20132 About Győr, the University and the Faculty Szilvia Nagy
BSc Informatics engineer(2004) Civil engineer (2005) Mechanical engineer(2005) Transport engineer (2005) Mechatronics engineer(2005) Electrical engineer (2005) Architect(2006) Economy informatics engineer(2006) Environment engineer(2006) Engineer manager (2006) Engineer Trainer(2006) Vechicle engineer (2011) Mons, 7th November 20133 About Győr, the University and the Faculty Szilvia Nagy MSc Architect(2002/05) Mechatronics engineer(2007) Engineer-teacher(2007) Informatics engineer (2008) Vechicle engineer (2009) Transport engineer(2009) Logistics engineer(2009) Electrical engineer(2009) Infrastructure civil engineer(2009) Settlement engineer(2010) Construction architect(2010) Economy informatics engineer (2011)
Department of Transport Vissim and Visum – Theoretical and practical training in the field of transport modelling and simulation – Part of the normal curriculum since 2003 for BSc and MSc students on full time and part time courses as well – Macroscopic modelling (PTV-VISUM) since 2003 for 1600-1700 students – Microscopic modelling (PTV-VISSIM) since 2003 for 2000 students Opentrack – Railway modelling in 2010-2011 (OpenTrack) for 10 students curriculum is under construction (due to staff change) planned courses on BSc level with 20 students/year Mons, 7th November 20134 Research projects related to railway Szilvia Nagy
Departments of civil engineering Modelling of track behaviour, laboratory measurements (statical and dynamical), noise and vibration due to the track (cooperation with CDM) Department of Telecommunications EMC Departments of automation and informatics Robotics Computational intelligence Intelligent vehicle control (cars) Mons, 7th November 20135 Research projects related to railway Szilvia Nagy
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