B U L L E T I N ÓBUDA UNIVERSITY 2013/14

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Engineering Programs in English
ÓBUDA UNIVERSITY
2013/14
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Editor:
Prof. Imre Rudas rector
Editorial board:
Prof. Mihaly Réger
Prof. Annamária Várkonyi-Kóczy
dr. Pál Rácz
dr. Dóra Maros
dr. Márta Kisfaludy
dr. Levente Kovács,
Gyöngyi Tamás
Design and layout:
Krisztina Nagy
Photos:
Gergely Kiss
Manuscript closed:
28 Aug. 2013
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Óbuda University
2013
Óbuda University
’PRO SCIENTIA ET FUTURO’
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buda University is a dynamic and thriving institution located in Central Europe, in Hungary. For 132 years of
existence, the educational excellence has remained paramount. A comprehensive academic program has been
implemented, with emphasis on competitive, flexible and high-level training, scientific research and development. A
focused, technologically based education is offered on a wide range, from undergraduate to PhD programs, for around
12000 students in a stimulating environment at five faculties and two educational centers. We have 12 Bachelor-, 7
Master courses and 3 doctoral schools. The university’s largest part can be found in Budapest, there is one educational
centre in Székesfehérvár, 60 kilometres far from the capital.
Óbuda University and its predecessors occupy a place of high rank in the domestic and international technical/economic
higher education. Several memberships, prizes, awards and acknowledgements prove its successes: the university is the
member of the European University Association, owner of one of the highest Hungarian honours, Higher Education
Quality Award. Several domestic and European acknowledgements surround the quality of its international quality.
Óbuda University ascribes emphasized significance to internationalization, it has nearly 200 international contacts in
Europe and overseas countries. The contacts serve student- and tutorial mobility, as well as common researches.
Several students study or are partly involved in professional practice at our foreign partners annually; besides, the
institution receives numerous foreign students for full- or part-time education. Our students have reached a victory or
finished among the top ones in several national and international competitions.
The scientific workshops with considerable national and international base, regularly organized international scientific
conferences at the institution and the publication of Óbuda University, Acta Polytechnica, published in several
international databases greatly constitute the university’s scientific life.
BSC/MSC/PHD PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS:
Undergraduate studies leading to BSc degree (duration: 7 semesters, enrollment in autumn semester):
- Engineering Information Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Product Design Engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
Graduate studies leading to MSc degree (duration: 4 semesters, enrollment in autumn semester):
- Applied Mathematics
- Engineering Information Technology
- Mechatronics Engineering
Postgraduate studies leading to PhD degree (duration: 6 semesters, enrollment in autumn & spring semester):
- Applied Informatics
- Information Security and Safety Sciences
- Material Science and Technology
BSc Programs
The duration of the programs is 7 semesters leading to BSc degree. The hours of education range from 20 to 28 hours
per week except during the last semester when the students mainly work on their final projects. Students typically take
5 exams each semester. In addition, students are required and encouraged to participate in engineering practice and/
or active research and design in the project laboratories to develop their abilities to do independent engineering work
and research.
The final project consists of a practical project or a design with a thesis describing it. The projects are prepared under
the guidance of a supervisor from one of the appointed departments. The theses must be defended in front of the Final
Examination Board.
On successful completion of the curriculum, final exams and the final project, a student will be granted a bachelor
degree (BSc), which certifies its holder’s ability to be engaged in engineering work without limitations.
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MSc Programs
Students with a BSc degree or its equivalent can pursue an MSc degree in the same field of study at Óbuda University.
The duration of the programs is 4 semesters leading to MSc degree. The programs follow an approved curriculum,
including also elective subjects which allow students’ personal interests. The hours of education are around 26 hours
per week. Students typically take 5 exams each semester. The courses usually run for small groups (5-15 members) and
students are also expected to work individually under the supervision and direction of personal tutors. Students are
also encouraged and supported in doing research work in the laboratories and they have a free access to the research
facilities and computers of the university.
After the successful completion of the curriculum, the final thesis, and the final exams, a student will be granted a
master degree (MSc) which enables its holder to do research and solve high level engineering tasks.
PhD Programs
Óbuda University is both a research and an application oriented university. The academic staff of Óbuda University is
doing high quality, internationally recognized research work in almost all engineering disciplines and related applied
sciences. All PhD candidates are welcome to take part in this research work. A PhD degree issued by Óbuda University
proves the candidate’s ability for self-standing scientific work.
Applicants for the PhD program must hold an MSc, M.Phil., or equivalent degree issued by an academic institution.
During the entrance exam, they must prove the possessing of an overall understanding of the selected research field
and also that they are familiar with most important disciplines, results, and research methodologies of the field.
The PhD programs last at least 6 semesters, but the candidates usually need an additional one (sometimes more)
year to prepare their thesis works. PhD candidates carry out their studies and research on an individual basis under the
guidance of a professor or a senior member of the academic staff at the doctoral school.
The research work of the candidates must contribute to the scientific knowledge and new results of the attached
research field. Their efforts have to be recognized by the international scientific community. To prove this, candidates
are expected to publish their new results in internationally referred professional journals.
The PhD procedure consists of writing and presenting a written thesis work including the already published results
of the candidate. The dissertation must be prepared according to the formal requirements of the Doctoral School.
Furthermore, the candidates have to pass a set of qualifying examinations in some basic and applied sciences related to
the field of the submitted thesis.
Preparatory English Language Course
In case of insufficient language knowledge, prior to the course-study, an English preparatory language course is
organized by Óbuda University. Its duration is: 3 months, 20 lessons/week.
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[Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering]
Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering, Óbuda University, is intended to establish a creative
atmosphere in training courses, where students experience the technical and economic challenges of the era and
seek answers to everyday problems together with professors and industrial experts. In its current training profile, our
institution amalgamates innovation with traditional education, ensuring the mastering of theoretical and practical
knowledge at high standards.
The management of the institution makes every effort to enable students to participate in study trips and special courses
abroad. In order to facilitate this, some special subject courses have been introduced in foreign languages (English,
German) at the Faculty in addition to courses with language options prescribed in the curriculum. We are working on
providing training opportunities for all those who intend to continue their studies, to enable them to find good jobs
at the labor market in the future. The Faculty maintains a wide range of partnerships with European universities and
colleges and international organizations. Students with the required language skills and study results can apply for
study courses of one or two semesters abroad. Students are also provided opportunities to increase their knowledge by
one-year industrial practice – as university students – in the framework of so-called cooperative training.
We do our best to make our training courses meet your expectations, to provide a promising future for you. After
completing your studies, you can pursue further studies at our institution in the framework of Masters courses (MSc) or
special development training, but you can also get a job right away. Whichever you choose, our training courses ensure
your future success.
The profile of the Faculty includes Mechanical Engineering, Military and Safety Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering,
Engineer-Teacher – and Machine Industry Engineer Assistant training with a strong IT basis, much demanded in a
number of areas of the economy.
PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE:
Name/academic level: Mechatronics Engineering, BSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 7 semesters (2490 teaching hrs.)/ 210
Objectives: The aim of the program is the training of mechatronic engineers who, in possession of the acquired
complex skills in natural sciences, electronic, mechanical and computer engineering as well as economics, will be
capable of supervising and managing processes of manufacturing, assembly and quality regulation based on the use of
mechatronics devices and equipment, constructing general mechatronic devices and operating as well as maintaining
mechatronic systems, and who also possess well-founded theoretical knowledge to continue their studies in the second
cycle of training (MSc). With regard to prospective specializations as well, those with a degree of BSc in Mechatronics
Engineering will be able to: consider the management of technical, economic and human resources in a complex
manner; assess and take the social impact of engineering activity into consideration; perform innovative thoughts and
independently follow developments in science and technology; integrate skills in the respective fields of electronics,
mechanical engineering and informatics; creatively apply devices such as sensors, actuators or controls in mechanisms;
globally design complex systems.
Name/academic level: Mechatronics Engineering, MSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 4 semesters (1380 teaching hrs.)/ 120
Objectives: The aim of the program is the training of mechatronic engineers who, in possession of the acquired complex
skills in natural sciences, electronic, mechanical and computer engineering as well as economics, will be capable to
design, construct, integrate, and develop mechatronic devices and equipment, and as well as able to solve research and
development tasks of mechatronic systems, and who also possess well-founded theoretical knowledge to continue their
studies in the next cycle of training (PhD). Students are invited to have one of the following BSc degrees: Mechatronics
Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Transportation Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Applied Informatics.
Name/academic level: Information Security and Safety Sciences, PhD
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 6 semesters/ 180
Objectives: Graduates of doctoral programs in Information Security and Safety Sciences are prepared to respond to
the growing need for electronic security. PhD candidates learn techniques to combat attacks on information systems
and develop the skills to create new safety methods. Doctorate programs in Information Security and Safety Sciences
focus on advanced research in data and system securities, which have become areas of concern for many corporations.
The growing number of individuals capable of carrying out attacks against security systems demands a corresponding
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increase in highly capable security professionals. PhD candidates learn to prevent security breaches by studying topics
like risk management, compliance and information confidentiality, integrity and governance. Much of the work in
these programs emphasizes research techniques, which are essential to stay up to date with the most recent types of
electronic attacks. Students also learn to develop new technology to combat these attacks, integrating programming,
systems analysis, networking and engineering. Doctorate programs in Information Security and Safety Sciences usually
take 3 years to complete. The degree culminates in a dissertation, which is a work of original research that is overseen by
an advisory committee. Most programs require that students complete a comprehensive exam at the end of their third
year of study. With regard to prospective specializations as well, those with a degree of PhD in Information Security and
Safety Sciences will be able to work as Security consultant, Senior security professional, Consultant, Professor, Senior
government security professional, etc.
Institutions:
Institute of Materials Sciences and Technology
Institute of Mechanical Engineering and Safety Techniques
Institute of Mechatronics and Vehicle Engineering
Contacts:
Óbuda University
Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering
Faculty address: H-1081 Budapest, Népszínház u. 8.
Phone: (+36-1) 666-5419
Fax: (+36-1) 666-5485
Dean of the Faculty: Dr. Sándor Horváth
Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Pál Rácz
Course Director: Dr. István Nagy, e-mail address: [email protected]
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[Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering]
The Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering offers three different courses: full time, correspondent, e-learning.
The students attend the same subjects in the first three semesters full time, and four semesters in correspondent and
e-learning courses.
After successfully completing the first part of their studies (basic part) the students can choose one specialization,:
Automation, Info-Communication Technologies, Instrumentation and Automation, Microelectronics and Technology,
Power Engineering.
BSc graduates are able to design electric devices, testing and controlling systems, manage electrical device production
and installation projects in the field of their specialization.
Based on BSc training the students can also get an engineer-teacher diploma which is called MA. The faculty also
offers master course in the specialization Industrial control and communication systems. The MSc graduates are
able to control network surveillance processes as well as risk management, maintenance critical decisions, making
disaster and recovery plans. They can design and develop industrial control and communication systems. Higher-grade
vocational course is provided for electrical engineering assistants, in 4 semesters in full time courses and in 5 semesters
for correspondent courses. These courses for assistants aim to train specialists able to perform tasks not yet requiring
higher engineering knowledge.
For graduated engineers there is a possibility to participate in professional post graduate courses.
PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE:
Name/academic level: Electrical Engineering, BSc
Course duration/number of credits to attain: 7 semesters (2490 teaching hrs.)/ 210
Objectives: Electrical engineers graduated from the Faculty specialized in the field of their studies will be able to solve
engineering problems and in addition also inform the workshop saving acquired theoretical and practical knowledge; and
they will be familiar with information technology as well. According to their studies - in the field of (micro)electronics,
telecommunication engineering, instrumentation, automation, power engineering - and to their special interests, our
students will be able to: design equipment and systems, do measuring, qualifying, controlling tasks in production, take
part in installations and in operating the equipment and systems, and perform service-engineering, product-managing
and other activities.
Institutions:
Institute of Infocommunication Techniques
Institute of Instrumentation and Automation
Contacts:
Óbuda University
Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Faculty address: H-1081 Budapest, Tavaszmező u. 15.
Phone: (+36-1) 666-5131
Fax: (+36-1) 666-5132
Dean of the Faculty: Dr. Péter Turmezei
Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Marianna Lendvay
Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Dóra Maros
Course Director: Dr. György Schuster, e-mail address: [email protected]
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[Keleti Károly Faculty of Business and Management]
„Provided we are in possession of fairly extensive knowledge, we can be competitive, productive and ethical in our
duties”, as was stated 140 years ago by Károly Keleti, Economist-Statistician after whom the faculty was named. This
quotation is still relevant today and we therefore regard it as our main responsibility to provide the best conditions for
our students in order to enable them to succeed in life.
The majority of students are usually contracted by their future employers during their university education. Our faculty
has a very good reputation in professional circles; it is no coincidence that more and more students are applying for admission. The key to our success is the continuous development of international co-operation, professors and lecturers
of a high standard and a superb infrastructural background. More than one third of our professors have PhD qualifications as well as many years of experience. More and more students and professors of the faculty have the opportunity
to study or give lectures abroad at partner institutions in Europe. The faculty also welcomes foreign students and guest
professors lecturing and conducting workshops.
Besides an excellent professional background Keleti Faculty offers something additional: the opportunity for a lively
community life and responsible way of living.
The Faculty of Business and Management offers the following undergraduate programs: BSc in Technical Management,
BA in Business Administration and Management, and BA in Commerce and Marketing as well as postgraduate programs: MSc in Business Development and MA in Teacher of Engineering (Engineering Manager).
The objective of the BA in Business Administration and Management program is to train economic experts who are
knowledgeable about economics, social sciences, applied economic sciences and methodology. Students are given the
knowledge that will enable them to plan and analyze processes for economic organizations and institutions, as well
as manage and organize entrepreneurial activities and processes. In possession of the required sound knowledge, the
students can further their studies to a master program, if desired. Tracks: Marketing, Business Informatics, and Business
Organizer.
The BA in Commerce and Marketing program aims to train economic experts who are knowledgeable about economics, commerce and marketing. The economic experts are competent in demand based acquisition and marketing
of different products and services, organization and management of commercial activities of small and medium sized
companies and organizations and also possess sound knowledge in order to continue their studies in the second phase
of their training.
The BSc in Technical Management program trains Technical Managers who are equipped with appropriate knowledge
in natural and technical science, economic and organizational skills which are needed for the integrated solutions in
production and services regarding the material, financial and IT fields as well as human resources. The students are
provided a good grounding for theoretical knowledge enabling them to further their studies by applying to enter a PhD
program.
Graduates holding a basic degree in Management and Business Administration, in Commerce and Marketing and in
Technical Management are eligible to further their studies on a Master’s degree program in Business Development.
Objectives of the Business Development MSc program: Providing the students with an up-to-date, competitive and
high-quality degree which is competitive even in the international labour market. Holders of such a degree are able to
analyse the activities of an economic organisation and can tackle complex development programs; as a result of their
mastery of innovation and economics, theoretical and methodical knowledge, consciously developed leadership skills
and abilities they are capable of performing middle- and top-level managerial tasks.
Those holding a basic degree in Engineering Management can also carry on with their studies on a Master’s degree
program in Teacher of Engineering (Engineering Manager). The MA program is held in cooperation with the Centre for
Teacher Training and Pedagogy for Engineers (TMPK).
Objectives of the Teacher of Engineering (Engineering Manager) program: preparation for instructing theoretical
subjects based on advanced level technical training in technical schools as well as in any accredited institutions. This
course means preparation for research, planning and development in Pedagogy and foundation for acquiring a higher
degree.
English language subjects are provided for foreign and inland students in topics of business, management, organization
and business informatics.
Institutions:
Institute of Economics and Social Sciences
Institute of Enterprise Management
Institute of Management and Organisation
Institute of Physical Education and Sport
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Contacts:
Óbuda University
Keleti Károly Faculty of Business and Management
Faculty address: H-1084 Budapest, Tavaszmező u. 15-17.
Phone: (+36-1) 666-5201
Fax: (+36-1) 666-5209
Dean of the Faculty: Dr. András Medve
Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Anna Francsovics
Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Pál Michelberger
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[John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics]
The mission of the John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics is to manage the BSc and MSc Engineering Information
Technology (CSE) programs (both in full time and part time trainings), which enable students to find a place for
themselves in the labor market immediately after graduation whilst also preparing them for the second phase of
education: the two-year MSc course in Engineering Information Technology or in Applied Mathematics. Graduates of
MSc can further their studies in Applied Informatics Doctoral School.
Research and development (R&D) possibilities are supplemented by the Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics,
the TÜV Rheinland and the Biotechnology research centers of Óbuda University.
PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE:
Name/academic level: Engineering Information Technology, BSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 7 semesters (2445 teaching hrs.)/ 210
Objectives: At the beginning of their studies, our students receive comprehensive fundamental subjects in natural
sciences, principles of engineering, economics and the humanities. The core subjects of Engineering Information
Technology are provided subsequently in three main modules focusing on system technology, software technology
and information systems technology.
Our students select a major field of specialization during the fifth semester of their studies, enabling them to delve
deeper into a specific field of CSE. These majors are changed year by year according to the shifting demands of the
job market and capacities of our faculty, and include embedded systems, software technology, business informatics,
informatics security, robotics or computer networks. Our students supplement their knowledge through the study of
elective subjects and participation in a five- or ten-month cooperative training program with CSE companies prior to
writing their thesis work.
Name/academic level: Engineering Information Technology, MSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 4 semesters (980 teaching hrs.)/ 120
Objectives: The objective of the program is the training of computer engineers who, in possession of the acquired
complex skills in natural sciences, electronic and computer engineering, will be capable of development and managing
information systems, integration of novel approaches in ICT applications. They also possess well-founded theoretical
knowledge to continue their studies in the third cycle of training (PhD). With regard to prospective specializations as
well, those with a degree of MSc in Engineering Information Technology will be able to consider the management of
technical, economic and human resources in a complex manner, assess and take into consideration the social impact of
engineering activity, perform innovative thought and independently follow developments in science and technology,
integrate skills in the respective fields of embedded systems, info-communication services and integrated intelligent
systems.
Name/academic level: Applied Mathematics, MSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 4 semesters (980 teaching hrs.)/ 120
Objectives: Today’s typical inter-and multidisciplinary work environment needs professionals with strong theoretical
foundations being capable of solving mathematical problems encountered in the field of engineering. The applied
mathematics MSc program with its engineering mathematics specialization gives a unique training in the country. The
program focuses on modeling and algorithmization, and programming mathematics.
Name/academic level: Applied Informatics, PhD
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 6 semesters/ 180
Objectives: The PhD education gives a coordinated and thoroughly supervised introduction to scientific research
and development in various areas of engineering that are related to and strongly depend on information science and
technologies. Each student is assigned to one or two supervisors responsible for the student’s activity.
The students must take 8 classes above the MSc level, participate in various research activities, prepare and publish
their own scientific publications that are necessary to get the PhD degree in a chosen topic, which is the final goal of
the PhD course.
The Applied Informatics Doctoral School has two main programs: Intelligent Engineering Systems (optimal control,
robotics, soft computing intelligent engineering design and production) and Computational Engineering (numerical
methods, optimization and simulation techniques, parallel computing, material sciences) and students can take any
related research topic.
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Institutions:
Institute of Information Systems
Institute of Software Technology
Institute of Applied Mathematics
Contacts:
Óbuda University
John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics
Faculty address: H-1034 Budapest, Bécsi út 96/b
Phone: (+36-1) 666-5520
Fax: (+36-1) 666-5522
Dean of the Faculty: Dr. András Molnár
Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Levente Kovács
Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Imre Felde
Course Director: Dr. Krisztina Erdélyi, e-mail address: [email protected]
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[Rejtő Sándor Faculty of Light Industry
and Environmental Protection Engineering]
Rejtő Sándor Faculty of Light Industry Engineering and Environmental Protection Engineering, Óbuda University, is the
only higher education institute in Hungary where students can receive engineer level qualification in the traditional light
industry areas – e.g. clothing, textile, leather and printing industry. To meet the locally used global requirements the
training offers convertible knowledge to the students, in which practical knowledge plays an important role supported
mainly by the mandatory summer practices.
The bachelor’s program in Light Industry Engineering prepares students for the control and supervision of manufacturing
processes related to their specialisation. They can choose from the following specialisations: Creative Products and
Technologies, Quality Control System Developer, Printing and Media, Packaging and Paper Technologies.
Environmental Engineers will possess the necessary up-to-date vocational and technological skills needed to reduce
and prevent environmental damage and pollution. We offer the Light Industry specialisation.
The Industrial Product Design Engineering training integrates the design and engineering knowledge in the possession
of which students can find jobs in studios, enterprises in the production and commerce sectors as well as in the media.
Our faculty maintains active cooperation with international academic, industrial partners within and beyond the
borders of the European Union in many ways: as a member and founder of international organisations, an organizer of
international events, a participant in joint research, student/staff exchange programs.
Inside the institute there are small gymnasiums, a football pitch and fitness rooms for those who want to do sports. We
organize local championships among the faculties every year in table tennis, floor-ball, football, handball, basketball,
volleyball, chess and tennis events.
The profile of the Faculty includes Light Industry Engineering, Environmental Protection Engineering, Industrial Product
Design Engineering, and a MSc program in Light Industry Engineering.
PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE:
Name/academic level: Industrial Product Design Engineering, BSc
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 7 semesters (2156 teaching hrs.)/ 210
Objectives: The goal of the program is to train industrial product design engineers who are capable of designing,
producing and marketing industrial products as well as meeting the challenges of market economy with flexibility and
efficiency, with their technical, aesthetic, human economic knowledge and skills, too.
They have the ability of independent, creative work in all the phases of product development and capable of managing
the innovation process of product development as well as the material, organizational and human resources necessary
for product development and also the different cycles of product life cycle. In addition they have enough theoretical
knowledge to be able to continue their studies in the second cycle of the training or to work with a team within different
company frames to develop the conceptual, preliminary and detailed design.
There are three areas within product design: Fashion and leather accessories design, Textile and interior design, and
Packaging design. Students acquire up-to-date design insights and methods. They have to create and execute design
solutions to problems of form, usability, ergonomics, marketing, brand development, and sales. The technological,
economic and social relationships of product design are in the focus of purpose-oriented training. There is a great
emphasis on the connections of design, ecology and environment conscious approach.
The professional knowledge gained through the 7 semesters provides secure basis for the future product design
engineers so that they can work effectively and successfully in the areas of clothing and accessory design, textile and
interior design as well as packaging design.
Name/academic level: Material Science and Technology, PhD
Course duration/ number of credits to attain: 6 semesters/ 180
Objectives: Graduates of doctoral programs in Material Science and Technology are prepared to have a general
knowledge in material science with a specialized research interest within the field. They become to be able to contribute
to the scientific knowledge and new results of the attached research field.
The Doctoral School focuses on the following areas: general material science, metals and ceramics, material analysis,
materials used in light industry, macromolecular systems, micro- and nano-systems (metals, semiconductors, and
dielectric materials), surface treatment, technologies, and any related research topic.
Doctorate programs in Material Science and Technology usually take 3 years to complete. The degree culminates in a
dissertation, which is a work of original research that is overseen by an advisory committee.
Most programs require that students complete a comprehensive exam at the end of their third year of study.
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Institutions
Institute of Product Design
Institute of Environmental Engineering
Institute of Media Technology and Light Industry
Special Group of Quality Management and Technology
Contacts:
Óbuda University
Sándor Rejtő Faculty of Light Industry Engineering and Environmental Protection Engineering
Faculty address: H-1034 Budapest, Doberdó utca 6.
Phone: (+36-1) 666-5503
Fax: (+36-1) 666-5909
Dean of the Faculty: Prof., Dr. István Patkó
Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. László Koltai
Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Ákos Borbély
Course Director: Dr. Márta Kisfaludy, e-mail address: [email protected]
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The Students Union (Hungarian abreviation: HÖK)
The Students Union is an independent organization of the students of the university. Members are all students who are
in legal relation with the university.
The Students Union acts as a part of the university government, developing its scope of activity and structure
independently according to the Union’s own rules of organization and activity.
The Students Union excercises the collective rights resulting from the students’ legal relation, it represents the students’
subjective rights in decision making and preparative bodies. The Students Union performs its duties in co-operation
with other organizational units of the university based on the the necessary information obtained from the leaders of
the units. The Students Union co-operates with other students unions both in Hungary and abroad. The Students Union
can co-operate with any other organizations, whose aims agree with those of the university.
The material and substancial conditions necessary to work and perform the duties are provided by the management of
the university, while the rightful use of them is supervised by the rector.
Duties of the Students Union
The Students Union manages both the representation and safeguarding of interests of the university students according to provisions of law and and other legal rules higher than tose of the university as well as to university and
faculty regulations. The Students Union excersizes the collective rights of decision, agreement, proposal, control and
expressing opinion, which derive from the the students’ legal relation and are delegated to the Union by the university
and faculty decisions.
The Students Union helps to create and practise the university autonomy, increase the standard of training, realize the
academic freedom of teachers and students, create and maintain a good retationship between teachers and students
and intensify the public life at the university.
The Students Union organizes the student life at the university and contributes to the development of the students’
knowledge and abilities beyond their professional fields; prepares them to take part in the public life. The Students
Union promotes the traditions of the university, even creates traditions. Thus for instance, it’s their task to organize,
arrange, supervise the parade of graduating students, the ’days of youth’ or field trips.
Office of the University Students Union:
1084 Budapest, Tavaszmező utca 17.
Tel: +36 (1) 666-5014
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Economics I.
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Environmental
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BGRLG15NEC
Logistic
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BAGMB15NEC
Quality Technology
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BGBJO17NEC
Legal Knowledge
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Informatics I
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Informatics II
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Laboratory
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BGBGG11NEC
Machine Design I
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BGBGG22NEC
Machine Design II
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BGBGG33NEC
Machine Design III
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BGBRST3NEC
Computer Systems
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Engineering
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3 pm 4
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BAGAC12NEC
Materials
Technology I
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Programable Circuits and Controls
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C ++ Programming
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Materials Technology II
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Control Engineering
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BGRPH14NEC
Pneumatics and
Hydraulics
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BGRRHG5NEC
Thermo- and Fluiddynamical Engines
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BAGGT12NEC
Manufacturing
Engineering I
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BAGGT23NEC
Manufacturing
Engineering II
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KMEEA13TEC
Elctronics
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KMEFM15TEC
Precision Mechanics
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KMEIF16TEC
Interfaces
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BGBBER7NEC
Safety Engineering,
Ergonomics
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Mechanical Eng.
practice I
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Mechanical Eng.
practice II
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Optional subjects
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BGBETK7NEC
Engineering Ethic
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GSVEU17NEC
EU Knowledge
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BGRMAFVNEC
Topics in Mathematics
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BGBAV10NEC
Aviatica I.
3
pm 3
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BGBBSA2NEC
Basics of Organising
Safety
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pm 3
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BGRGP1VNEC
GPGPU
Programming
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2 ex 6
1
pm 2
2 pm 3
Complex systems specialization
44
BGRNT14NEC
Micro and Nanotechnologies I
45
BGRNT25NEC
Micro and Nanotechnologies II
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KMEOA16TEC
Low Dimensional
Self-Organising
Systems
47
BGRRR14NEC
Industrial Robot
Systems I.
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Industrial Robot
Systems II.
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BASICS OF NATURAL SCIENCE
1 Mathematics I. BGRMA1HNEC
Dr. Ágnes Bércesné Novák associate professor
The course gives an overall review of elementary functions. The major materials to study include inverse trigonometric
functions, hyperbolic functions and their inverses, functional limits and rate of change. The course also covers
derivatives, derivatives of elementary functions, rules of differentiation, chain rule, implicit differentiation and Mean
Value Theorems. The students will acquire the knowledge of extrema: necessary and satisfactory conditions for finding
local minima and maxima, equation of a tangent line, necessary and satisfactory conditions for finding points of
inflexion, curve sketching, antiderivative and standard antiderivatives.
The subject also contains functions of a linear function, integration by part, integration by substitution, definite
integral, Newton-Leibniz theorem, partial fractions, integrating trigonometrical functions, area, volumes, surfaces of
solids of revolution. Other main guidelines are the following: centre of gravity, improper integrals, complex numbers:
addition, multiplication, nth root in different forms: algebraic, trigonometrical and exponential forms, solving quadratic
equations and Gaussian plane.
2 Mathematics II. BGRMA2HNEC
Dr. Ágnes Bércesné Novák associate professor
Goals: Having completed this course, students must have developed a clear understanding of the fundamental concepts
of single and multivariable calculus, complex numbers and probability theory. Students will have a range of skills
allowing them to work effectively with the concepts. The basic concepts are the following: numbers: integers, rational,
real, imaginary, complex, improper integrals, partial and total derivatives, global and local extrema, classical notion of
probability, random variables and their distributions, basic statistics notion of differential equations, solving methods,
solving linear system of equations, notion and application of matrices.
3 Engineering Physics BGRFM11NEC
Dr. Endre Ruszinkó associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into fluids at rest: pressure, pressure gauges, surface tension, Archimedean principle,
fluid sin motion: Bernoulli’s equation and its applications, laminar flow and turbulent flow and viscosity. The course
also covers the working fluid, heat, work and the system, state equations, The First Law, Reversible and irreversible
processes. Other major materials to study include Carnot’s cycle, the heat engine and the heat pump, the Second Law
and entropy.
4 Engineering Physics Measurements BGRMFM4NEC
Dr. Endre Ruszinkó associate professor
The aim of the measurements is to provide the students with basic measuring skills as well as to illustrate the lectures
on physics. Labs involve the following projects: Thermal Expansion, Efficiency of Heat Engines, Microwave Optics,
Optical Spectroscopy, Radioactivity, Gamma-Spectroscopy, Fundamental constants.
5 Introduction to the Mechatronics BGRME11NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
The students will acquire the knowledge of the subject and concept of mechatronics. The main guidelines are the
following: characteristics and the components of mechatronics systems, mechanical parts of the systems: transmission
of the power, energy and moving mechanisms, electrical parts of the system: sensors, transducers, electric circuits,
metrology: measuring systems, principle of measuring, electronic and non-electronic measuring.
The course also covers signal processing, distribution of the signals, information technology: the phases of the
information processing, typically used in mechatronics, and even control strategies: software-based control strategies.
6 Mechanics I. BGBMN11NEC
Dr. Árpád Czifra associate professor
The aim of this subject is to introduce the principles of statics and their practical application. To reach this goal, the
subject is divided into themes as follows: fundamentals of vector and matrix algebra, principles and fundamental laws
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7 Mechanics II. BGBMN22NEC
Dr. Árpád Czifra associate professor
The aim of this subject is to introduce the principles of strength of materials and their practical application. To reach
this goal, the subject deals with the themes as follows: fundamentals of strength of materials, introduction to the
theory of elasticity, general state of stress, stress tensor, principal stresses and principal directions and representation
of stress states by Mohr’s circles of stresses. The subject also contains normal and shear strains, strain tensor, principal
strains and principal axes, stress-strain relation of linear elastic materials (Hooke’s law), strain energy, tension and
compression, shearing and bending, deformation of a bended beam and its stress state and strain energy.
Other major materials to study are torsion, elastic and plastic buckling, combined static load, dimensioning on strength,
distortion energy theory, maximum shear stress theory and energy theorems of structural mechanics.
8 Mechanics III. BGBMN33NEC
Dr. Árpád Czifra associate professor
The aim of this subject is to introduce the principles of both kinematics and dynamics and their practical application.
To reach this goal, the subject deals with the themes as follows: fundamental conceptions of kinematics and kinetics,
velocity and acceleration, throwing, circular motion, harmonic vibration and kinematics of rigid bodies. Other main
guidelines are the following: state of velocity, state of acceleration, plane kinematics of rigid bodies, relative motion,
kinematics of simple plane mechanisms, kinetics of a particle, Newton’s laws, momentum principles and kinetic energy.
The students will also acquire the knowledge of work and power theorems, constrained motion of a particle, undamped
and damped vibration, plane kinetics of rigid bodies, mass moment of inertia, parallel axis theorem and fundamental
conception of dynamics.
9 Electrical Engineering I. BGRET12NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
In the framework of this subject the students are introduced to the basic elements of the electrical circuits. The course
also contains structure and characteristics of the active and passive circuit elements, the basic laws, relations of
electrical engineering, and the basic principles of electrical machines operations as well as DC machines, AC machines,
transformers and 3ph machines.
10 Engineering Materials BAGMN11NEC
Dr. Pál Rácz associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the fundamentals of materials testing, mechanical, physical metallurgical
and non-destructive testing methods, atomic and higher structures of metals, polymers, ceramics and composites,
solidification and crystalline structure of metals.
The subject also covers interpretation of the equilibrium diagram and its information content, the process of cold
forming and recrystallisation and the consequences in practice and the role of heat treatments in modification of
properties of metals.
ECONOMICAL AND HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
11 Economics I. GGTKG1M5EC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
Main guidelines of the subject are the following: an introduction to economics, scarcity and efficiency, the three main
concepts of economics organization, consumer behaviour, the optimal choice of the consumers and price elasticity of
demand. In the framework of this subject the students are also presented consumer surplus, manufacturers’ behaviour,
company and enterprise, production function, production costs, short and long-term cost functions.
The course covers the profit, market structures, offer of companies in perfect competition, long-term supply. Profit
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of statics, description of forces, ideal supports, systems of forces in 2-D and 3-D, distributed forces, equilibrium of rigid
structures, internal forces (axial force, shear force, bending moment), cantilever beams and two-supported beams.
Statically determinate multi-supported beams, pin-jointed trusses and frames, friction related problems, gravitational
load, centre of gravity, second moment of area, Mohr’s circle of second moment of area and parallel axis theorem are
studied as well.
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maximization of monopoly and oligopolies. The students will examine market of input factors, labour market, capital
market, stock market, property market and externalities.
12 Economics II. GGTKG2M6EC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
In the focal points of the subject there are topics such as macroeconomics and its interrelations, actors, output and
income, measurement of the macroeconomics performance, macroeconomics cycle, consumption and saving function,
demand on the capital market and multiplier effect. The students will also have the chance to study equilibrium income,
macro demand, labour market and employment, macro supply, economic equilibrium, the modern money and banking
system. Other major materials contain economic growth, conjuncture, inflation and unemployment, the role of the
state in economy, fiscal and monetary policy and international trade policy.
13 Environmental Technology BGRIKO14NEC
Dr. Annamária Várkonyi-Kóczy professor
The outline of the subject is the following: ecology, classification of industrial vast, environmental management,
renewable energy sources, noise protection technology, water purification technology, air cleaning technology, soil
protection technology, and health protection technology. Students are supposed to develop understanding of the main
fields of environmental technology and its methods.
14 Logistic BGRLG15NEC
Dr. Gabriella Orbán senior lecturer
The purpose of this course is to inspire logistical thinking of students. The basic logistical principles will be presented,
including the main logistical activities within companies (purchasing, production, distribution, and waste management),
between companies (supply chain management), and problem solving in logistical tasks. We will deal with storage,
material handling, packaging, warehousing, loading, and transportation of freight as well as using the latest logistical
examples, both in theory and in practice.
15 Quality Technology BAGMB15NEC
Dr. Ágota Drégelyi-Kiss associate professor
The themes of the subject are basics of metrology, calibration of measuring instruments, statistics of measurement
results, determination of uncertainty, requirements of accredited calibration and test laboratories. Other major
materials to study include standards and demands of quality systems, main segments of quality systems, working
of quality systems and case studies. Students are supposed to be familiar with questions and processes of quality
assurance, and understand its meaning.
16 Legal Knowledge BGBJO17NEC
Dr. Ádám Guttengéber associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the history, development and social role of the law, state and law, the concept
of law, the legal system and the types of law, hierarchy of sources of law, the concept, validity and effect of the
legislation, the legal capacity and certain groups of entities. In the focal point of the subject there are topics like the
place and role of the Constitution in the Hungarian legal system, the social relationships governed by the Constitution,
the fundamental citizens’ rights and obligations, groupings of public bodies and their main task and authority, the
national and local bodies of legislation and enforcement.
The subject also deals with the task and authority of the Parliament, the government and the local governments, the
judicial authorities, the courts and the prosecutors.
BASICS OF PROFESSION
20 Informatics I. BGRIA1HNEC
Dr. Annamária Várkonyi-Kóczy professor
The topics of the subject are the following: history of information technology, fields of information technology,
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21 Informatics II. BGRIA2HNEC
Dr. Annamária Várkonyi-Kóczy professor
Students are required to learn a high level programming language: Delphi. The topics of the subject are the following:
history of Delphi language, syntactical elements, variables, operators, instructions, functions, structures, arrays, unions,
standard I/O, modules, low and high level file handling, I/O handling, Object Oriented Programming and structured
Query Language.
22 Informatics Laboratory BGRIALHNEC
Dr. Annamária Várkonyi-Kóczy professor
Students are expected to acquire experience in the field of information technology and programming. This subject
supports the theoretical subject of Information Technology II. Topics of the subject: basic practice of Delphi language,
standard I/O practice, file practice, I/O handling, usage of programming languages in industrial environment.
23 Machine Design I. BGBGG11NEC
Dr. Erzsébet Ancza associate professor
The aim of this course is to provide an introduction to drawing fundamentals and to develop drawing skills of the
students. The first part of the course covers such topics as: layout of Technical Drawing, line styles, lettering, scale,
geometric construction, transformation, projection (orthographic projection, central or perspective projection, oblique
projection), axonometric view (isometric, diametric, Kavalier etc.).
The second part of the course focuses on topics as follows sketching, dimensioning, sectioning, fits and tolerances,
surface roughness, symbolical representation, detail and assembly drawing.
24 Machine Design II. BGBGG22NEC
Dr. Endre Korondi associate professor
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of repeatedly used simple machine components, their tasks and models
applied at dimensioning. This course covers the topics as follows: types of load, friction and rolling resistance, material
models, methods of dimensioning on simple and combined static loads and on repeated loads (harmonically varying
loads, random varying loads), and threaded connection.
Other main guidelines are the following riveted joint, welded joints (butt seam, fillet seam), soldering, brazing, glued
connections, press fitted joints, key joint, pins, shaped joints, dimensioning of shafts, sliding bearings (hydrostatic and
hydrodynamic sliding bearings), rolling bearings, couplings (rigid couplings, elastic couplings) and clutches.
25 Machine Design III. BGBGG33NEC
Dr. Endre Korondi associate professor
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of drives by friction force and drives by shape. Their tasks, models applied
at dimensioning and operation will also be presented. This course covers the topics as follows: friction drives, belt drives
(flat belt drives, Vee-belt drives, multiple Vee-belt drives), chain drive, worm gear drive, gear drives, dimensioning of
gears on strength, types of teething (spur teething, helical teething, spiral teething, hypoid teething etc.), teething with
profile displacement, undercutting, tooth sharpening and failure mechanisms of gears.
26 Computer Systems for Product Engineering BGBRST3NEC
György Gyurecz senior lecturer
The course covers concept and basics of integrated modeling in product lifecycle management, shape centered models
for mechanical units and their construction, primary shape adding and reverse engineering. Simulations for loads on
parts, part placing, kinematics, shape adding, and appearance. Interoperability of modeling systems in inhomogeneous
environments is studied as well.
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hardware architecture, software classification, entropy and information theory, coding theory, security, operating
systems, internet, intranet, WiFi, cloud computing , malware, firewall. Students are required to be familiar with the
main issues of information technology, they have to understand and handle its tools and phenomenon.
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27 Materials Technology I. BAGAC12NEC
Dr. Pál Rácz associate professor
The course gives an overview of basic materials processing methods, like casting, rolling, forging, bulk and sheet metal
forming, polymer processing, powder metallurgy, etc.
The students will get a deep insight into material properties and their effect on castability and formability, joining of
metals, soldering, brazing, welding, surface coating, materials and forming technology. Other main guidelines include
engineering materials and forming processes, functions, loads, materials and shapes of parts, metals and their alloys,
heat treatments and tests.
28 Materials Technology II. BAGAC23NEC
Dr. Pál Rácz associate professor
The students will acquire the knowledge of fundamentals of heat treating technologies, equilibrium and non-equilibrium,
structures, properties, process parameters and technologies of quenching, tempering, annealing and normalising.
Other major materials to study include thermochemical and thermomechanical heat treatment processes and their
basic parameters, case hardening, nitriding of steels, surface heat treatment technologies, evaluation and optimising of
technologies. Heat treating furnaces, cooling media, atmospheres, and testing of heat treated parts are studied as well.
29 Control Engineering BGRIR14NEC
Dr. Róbert Szabolcsi professor
The course covers the basics of automatic control theory, modern control theory, mathematical models of dynamical
systems, Laplace-transformation used in control theory and state-space representation of dynamical systems. The
students will get a deep insight into block diagrams, signal flow charts, basic terms and their analysis, time domain
responses, frequency domain responses, open loop system analysis and closed loop system analysis.
Other main guidelines include reference signal tracking problems, disturbance rejection and sensor noise attenuation
problems, and their solution in control engineering, stability problems of the closed loop control systems, main
elements of the control engineering, and their dynamical description.
Other major materials to study include dynamic performances used in control engineering, control system preliminary
design: pole placement, LQ-based design methods, solution to control problems of control engineering using MATLAB,
analogue and digital devices used in control engineering. Basics of PLC-technology and PLC compact controllers used
in control engineering.
30 Analogue and Digital Circuits I. BGRAD14NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
The students will acquire the knowledge of main electronic parts of semiconductors: diodes, transistors, FETs and
their basic circuits, amplifiers, operational amplifiers and their basic circuits, application samples, integrated stabilizer,
multiplier, and other non-linear circuits. The course also shows application examples.
Students are supposed to be familiar with the basics of analogue and digital technology, they have to analyse, establish
and repair analogue circuits.
31 Analogue and Digital Circuits II. BGRAD25NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into logical circuit creation from analogue one, logical circuit families (RTL,
DTL,DCTL, TTL), basics of logical functions and their descriptions, usage and handling, sequential circuits, flip-flops
counters, shift registers, memories, working and technology of digital circuits classes, SSI, MSI, LSI circuits, VLSI circuits.
Other major materials to study include microprocessors and their auxiliary circuits, buses, micro-controllers and their
usage and FPGAs.
Students are expected to be familiar with the basics of digital technology, they have to analyse, establish and repair
digital circuits.
32 Pneumatics and Hydraulics BGRPH14NEC
Dr. Endre Ruszinkó associate professor
The principles, functions, terminology and uses of fluid power components are studied in this course. Control techniques
are examined by interpreting hydraulic and pneumatic drawings and symbols. The course provides a survey of actuation
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33 Thermo- and Fluid-dynamical Engines BGRRHG5NEC
Dr. Endre Ruszinkó associate professor
The course covers axiomatic presentation and the fundamental mathematical methods of Classical Thermostatics:
the 0th, 1st, and 2nd Main Postulates: statistical and mechanical formulation of the approximate independence of
sub-systems; Boltzmann’s Entropy and the fundamental entropy function. Other main guidelines are the following:
optimum under constraints, Lagrange Multipliers, the Energy Minimum Principle, Legendre transformation, reservoirs
and Thermodynamic Potentials; the necessary condition for the stability of the thermal equilibrium, phase transitions
and the 3rd Postulate. The students will deal with applications: quasi-stationary process, refrigerators systems, heat
pumps, and gas and steam power plants, industrial cooling towers. They will also study about the basics in Fluid
Dynamics: tensor fields, densities and current densities, Continuity Equation, Euler Equation, viscosity, applications:
Dimensional Analysis, scaling rules, friction factor, flow of fluid in pipes, surface heat transfer coefficient, forced
convection, rotodynamic pumps and motors, specific speed, cavitations, Bernoulli’s Theorem, NPSH. Numerical
laboratory consists of the use of MS EXCEL & Visual Basic for function fitting to evade the use of tabulated data.
34 Manufacturing Engineering I. BAGGT12NEC
Dr. Viktor Gonda associate professor
The course focuses on definition of technology, scope and relationships, manufacturing of specific materials for
mechatronic applications, types of materials, metals. The students will be able to examine inorganic non-metal materials,
attributes and manufacturing of semiconductors, production technologies, material impairment and protection
(break, ageing, corrosion, biological impairment, Tribology), surface treatment methods and their technologies, joining
technologies (mechanical, chemical, electronical) and even PC board technologies and mounting.
35 Manufacturing Engineering II. BAGGT23NEC
Dr. Balázs Mikó associate professor
The course covers principles of cutting, energetic process of cutting, tool wear and tool life, basic figures of planning of
economic cutting, cutting methods, types of tools, tool angles, exercises and types of machine tools. The students will
study general structure of machine tools, main components, structure of NC, CNC machine tools, locating features,
tooling process and manufacturing methods of characteristic surfaces (inner cylindrical surface, hole, and plane).
36 Elctronics KMEEA13TEC
Dr. Péter Turmezei associate professor
This subject provides an insight into physical working of semiconductor devices and their features. The topics of the
subject are divided into semiconductor materials, alloying semiconductors, PN boundary, diodes and their characteristics,
bipolar transistors and their characteristics. The students will also get an insight into J FETs and MOS FETs, basic circuits
of discrete elements, operational amplifier, features and inside structures of OP A, and their basic circuits.
37 Precision Mechanics KMEFM15TEC
Dr. Marianna Lendvay associate professor
Main features of precision mechanics are examined. The subject contains concepts, parts and devices, typical precision
mechanics solutions, measurement instruments of precision mechanics, mechanical, optical and electrical devices.
Other main materials are special field of precision mechanics usage, i. e. Winchester and effect of precision mechanics
on present technology. Students are required to be familiar with the main field of precision mechanics, such as parts,
tools and measurements technology.
38 Interfaces KMEIF16TEC
Márk Horváth assistant lecturer
The course involves basics in the field of interface circuits, students are supposed to be able to design various interface
circuits for various goals. The topics of the subject are the following: interface problems, level interfaces, simple binary
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and fluid power transmission devices, as well as the properties of fluids. System-technical introduction of the control
and auxiliary components of the energy converter of hydraulic and pneumatic power transmitters. Construction and
planning methods of hydraulic and pneumatic systems
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input interfaces, simple binary output interfaces, converters, circuit families, special interface circuits in industrial
circumstances. Interface buses, special interface devices are also studied.
39 Safety Engineering, Ergonomics BGBBER7NEC
Dr. Csaba Kósa associate professor
Introduction to the structural, personal and real conditions of healthy and safe working conditions. Students have
to master the principles of safe operation of different working systems, principles of safety of work, ergonomics of
working systems.
Other major materials include real working circumstances (air conditioning, acoustic and vibration protection, lighting,
radiations), safety engineering of electricity and safety engineering of labour instruments’ operation and evaluation.
SUPPLEMENTARY SUBJECTS
80 Physical Education I. GTSTESTNEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
The aim of the subject is to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy
way of living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the
branches and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
81 Physical Education II. GTSTESTNEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
The aim of the subject is to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy
way of living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the
branches and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
82 Mechanical Eng. Practice I. BAGGM12NEC
Tamás Nikitscher training engineer
The course includes orientation (information about the subject, team arrangement, and exemption), preface of cutting,
basics of cutting, specificity of turning, safety education, main measurement equipment of a workshop. The students
will acquire the knowledge of build-up-, operation and parts of lathe, workpiece chucks and positioning equipment,
preparation of workpiece (sawing), basic operations on lathe.
Other major issues include intermission, machining of special geometries, machining practice (lathe) I – „First tool
path”, movement of slides, machining practice (lathe) II – Type of operation: longitudinal, facing, drilling, machining
practice (lathe) III – Internal operation, machining practice (lathe) IV – Thread turning and machining practice (lathe)
V – Thread turning.
83 Mechanical Eng. Practice II. BAGGM23NEC
István Burai training engineer
Safety education is examined. The subject contains basics of milling: initial considerations, the component, basics of
milling: the machine, basics of milling: tools, tool holders. Topics are divided into workpiece fixtures and positioning
equipment, basic operations on machine tool: face milling, shoulder milling, slot milling, machining of special geometries.
Other main materials to study include machining practice I –milling, machining practice II –milling, basics of drilling,
initial considerations: machine tool, tools, tool holders, machining practice III –drilling basic of grinding, initial
considerations: machine tool, machining practice IV – grinding And machining practice V – grinding.
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
18 Engineering Ethic BGBETK7NEC
Dr. Sándor Horváth associate professor
The future of mankind is not a technological question, but an ethical one. The technology to destroy the whole
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19 EU Knowledge GSVEU17NEC
Dr. Valéria Szekeres associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the introduction to integration theory, types and levels of economic cooperation
in theory and practice, preconditions of successful cooperations, historical, economic and political reasons for the
European integration and the Idea of Europe. Other main guidelines include history of the European integration, the
Three Communities (ECSC, EEC, and EAEC).
The course also deals with integrating countries with different economic and social development, reforms in the
European Union, Constitution or Treaty?, renewal of the cooperation and EU’s role in the World Economy. The main
topics related to this subject contain contribution to global GDP, main export and import relations, distribution of
goods and services exported and imported by the EU member states, free trade agreements between the EU and
other countries/integrations. The core material also examines internationalisation of European companies, Hungary’s
economic connections with the EU member states, Hungary as an EU member state: process of the integration into the
economic and monetary union.
64 Topics in Mathematics BGRMAFVNEC
Dr. László Hanka senior lecturer
The main guidelines of the subject are the following: theory of ordinary differential equations, first order and second
order differential equations, systems of linear differential equations, theory of oscillations and theory of series. The
students will also deal with numerical series, tests for convergence, function series, power series, Cauchy-Hadamard’s
theorem, Taylor-series and applications of Taylor-series.
The course also covers real and complex Fourier-series and its applications, Parseval’s theorem, discrete and continuous
Fourier-transform, Laplace transform and its applications. Linear algebra and theory of matrices, vector spaces,
subspaces, theory of linear equation systems, linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, orthogonality, theory
of graphs, and its applications are studied as well.
65 Aviatica I. BGBAV10NEC
Dr. András Jancsó associate professor
The theoretical material gives introduction into the theoretical physics questions of flying, studies the general
conceptual viewpoints of forming an aeroplane, the connections between the functions and structural construction
of the separate structural elements and at the same time it deals with questions of mechanics, sizing, materials, and
confronts with practical applications and their morals of these theoretical considerations.
As for the airport project, the students have to put what they theoretically acquired about flying during the course into
practice with flying their own models.
69 Basics of Organising Safety BGBBSA2NEC
Dr. Sándor Horváth associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the concept of safety organising, its content, aim, safety measures, methods
in history and the development of the safety activity. The subject examines risks, events, extraordinary events, riskanalysis, view points of property protection, data protection, disaster recovery, fire protection, and labour protection
as opposed to the economic risks.
The course also covers the basic principles of object protection, opportunities of forming defensive circles, devices and
procedures applied there. The core materials also examines the specialities of person protection activity – guard – and
the differences from the solutions applied to date, safety of private, corporate, social, religious and cultural events.
70 GPGPU Programming BGRGP1VNEC
Ákos Tóth senior lecturer
The students will get a deep insight into the history of GPU programming, data parallelism, CUDA program structure,
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humanity is already in our hand, that is why the technical intelligentsia assume specially high responsibility. Engineering
knowledge is power to live with responsibly that is the reason why engineers need their own moral laws and engineering
ethics. This subject focuses on the questions of general ethics, more important ethic tendencies from the ancient times
to the twentieth century as well as the ethical norms of the big world religions. It analyses the specific questions
of engineering ethics in detail, environment protection, use of energy, the borders of engineering risks and the ethic
questions of undertaking and taking responsibility.
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introduction to CUDA C. Device memories and data transfer, Kernel functions and threading and thread cooperation.
Other major materials to study include atomics, streams, performance considerations, floating point considerations,
application case studies, parallel programming and computational thinking and brief introduction to OpenCL.
Complex systems specialization
44 Micro and Nanotechnologies I. BGRNT14NEC
Dr. Péter Pál Bakucz associate professor
Students are required to be familiar with the main fields of micro and nanotechnologies and their usage. The main topics
of the subject are the following: development of micro- and nanotechnology, historical perspective, characteristics and
results, review of micro- and nanotechnologies, physical and chemical fundamentals, the place and role of micro- and
nanotechnologies among the advanced technologies, specific properties of micro- and nanodimensional structures,
mechanical, electrical, optical, etc., characteristics and effects.
45 Micro and Nanotechnologies II. BGRNT25NEC
Dr. Péter Pál Bakucz associate professor
Topics of the subject are the following: nanoelectronics and nano-optoelectronics, operational principles and devices,
reduced dimensional (two- and one-dimensional) electron system semiconductor devices, nanodimensional devices,
mechanical, electromechanical, electronic, optical, optoelectronic and magnetic devices. The students will acquire the
knowledge of quantum effect of semiconductor devices, characterization and measurement techniques and apparatuses
of micro- and nanometric technologies, nanometric resolution in depth and on the surface, atomic resolution electron
microscopy, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM).
46 Low Dimensional Self-Organising Systems KMEOA16TEC
Dr. Ákos Nemcsics professor
The course covers the concept of the low-dimensional system, quantum confinement, electronic band structure,
density of states; examples for low-dimensional systems (quantum film, quantum wire, quantum dot, super lattice),
concept of the self-assembled system; cases for self-assembled system (from living nature, from lifeless nature, from
material science), driving forces, pattern formation, fractals, adaptive dynamics, transformation via non equilibrium
way, role of fluctuation, entropy and cases in material science (instabilities in laser effect, Gunn-instability). The topics
are divided into the crystal growth (Frank van der Merve, Stanski-Krastanov, Vollmer-Weber), linear and non linear
theory; in-situ investigation of the growth (by optical methods, by electron beam, by X-ray etc.); ex-situ investigation
(by scanning tunneling microscopy, by electron microscopy etc.) growth technology of the low-dimensional crystal
structures (Molecular Beam Epitaxy and other epitaxial technologies, laser ablation etc.) The growth process, the
surface coverage, the lattice mismatch and the critical layer thickness are also studied.
47 Industrial Robot Systems I. BGRRR14NEC
Dr. János Somló professor emeritus
The main guidelines are the following: manufacturing automation, robotics, and mechatronics: history, systems and
subsystems, tasks and definitions, robot kinematics, motion planning, robot types: cylindrical, humanoid, SCARA, etc.,
direct and inverse kinematics for those and time optimal motion planning.
48 Industrial Robot Systems II. BGRRR25NEC
Dr. János Somló professor emeritus
The major materials to study include general methods of robotics, the homogeneous transformations and generalized
vectors, the Denavith- Hartenberg generalization, the parametric method of motion planning, general method of time
optimal motion determination, robot dynamics, robot control, realization of robot motions and the model of drive
systems.
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50 Programable Circuits And Controls BGRPV16NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
This subject is intended to use the basic relations in programmable logical devices (PLDs) and PLC programming. The
students are introduced to the programming of: PLA, PAL, GAL, FPGA circuits and its inner structure. In the second
part of the semester the students will be introduced to the PLC technology, more specifically the structure of the
bit/byte controlled PLCs and PLC programming, FPGA technology, FPGA options, advantages (and disadvantages) of
creating high-integrity embedded systems using FPGAs. FPGA vs. ASIC And FPGAs as a prototyping platform. Other
main materials include working with “soft” processor cores, basics of HDL and digital logic, concurrent statements
(AND, OR gates etc), sequential statements (flip-flops). The students will get an insight into the introduction to HDL
tools (synthesis, fit & route). Why use VHDL? Other major guidelines cover packages, components and architecture,
top level modules, libraries (IEEE), port map, signals / variables, process & sensitivity lists, modelism & test benches.
51 C ++ Programming BGRPN16NEC
Ákos Tóth senior lecturer
The subject contains introduction to C++, structure of a program, variables, operators, control flow, if statements, for
statements, while statements, do while statements, break and continue, arrays, strings, pointers and references. The
course also deals with functions, OOP, classes and class members, constructors, destructors, operator overloading,
inheritance, input and output (I/O), templates, STL and exceptions.
52 Mechatronics of Manufacturing Systems BAGGM26NEC
Dr. Balázs Mikó associate professor
The course examines the principles of CNC machine tools and CNC programming, basics of manufacturing process
planning, methods and techniques, and application of CAD/CAM systems as well.
53 Mechatronics of vehicles BGRJM14NEC
Sándor Kerekes senior lecturer
The course focuses on the vehicle as a complex mechatronics system, vehicle dynamics - dynamics of linear and lateral
motion, elements of automotive drivetrain, internal combustion engine management (spark-ignition engines, diesel
engines) and starting systems. The students will get an overview of automotive sensors, electrical systems and power
supply of vehicles, alternators, electric and hybrid drive line, integrated starter alternator (ISG) and the basics of
electromagnetic compability (EMC). Other main guidelines include bus systems of vehicles, diagnoses of Automotive
Engines, vehicle modelling, braking systems, ABS antilock braking systems for vehicles, adaptive cruise control and
vehicle chassis systems: suspension system, wheels, tires, power assisted steering. The students will also acquire the
knowledge of safety systems: air bag, tire-pressure monitoring system, comfort and convenience systems and lighting.
54 CAD KMESG17TEC
Dr. Zsolt Horváth professor
The subject teaches about computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD, CAM) in creating printed circuit boards.
The topics are the following: connection between CAD/CAM systems – how different professions use them, the history
of PCB manufacturing and procedure of design: schematics, positioning the footprints, wiring. The students will also
get a deep insight into creating the schematics and nets, use of buses, types of footprints, checking of design, creating
netlist, handling footprints, the function of layers, problems of wiring, automated wiring, setting parameters, creating,
over viewing and checking CAM data. In the laboratory session, students must complete an exercise using computer.
They receive a precise designing objective which must be completed within the given time limit.
55 Networks of Informatics BGRIH16NEC
Dr. Péter Pál Bakucz associate professor
Introduction to Neural Networks. The students will get an answer to: What is a neural network? Topics are divided into
Neuron Model, Network Architectures and Learning neuron model, activation functions, network architectures, learning
algorithms, learning paradigms, learning tasks, knowledge representation, and neural networks vs. statistical methods.
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The course also covers Perceptrons and Linear Filters perceptron neuron, perceptron learning rule, adaline, LMS learning
rule, adaptive filtering, XOR problem backpropagation multilayer feedforward networks, backpropagation algorithm
and working with backpropagation. Other major materials to study include advanced algorithms, performance of
multilayer perceptrons, dynamic networks, historical dynamic networks, focused time-delay neural network, distributed
time-delay neural network, NARX network, layer recurrent network and computational power of dynamic networks.
The subject focuses on learning algorithms, system identification, model reference adaptive control, Radial Basis
Function Networks RBFN structure, exact interpolation, radial basis functions, radial basis function networks, RBFN
training, RBFN for pattern recognition, comparison with multilayer perceptron, probabilistic networks and generalized
regression networks, as well. Other main guidelines contain Self-Organizing Maps self-organization, self-organizing
maps, SOM algorithm, and properties of the feature map and learning vector quantization.
56 Diploma Work BGRSD1MNEC
Ingrid Langer senior lecturer
The aim of the diploma work is that at the end of the course the student individually solves a complex task according
to the requirements of the professional knowledge, demonstrating that he or she acquired competent knowledge
and is familiar with the technical literature. The general rules of the subject “Diploma Work” is contained in § 32 of
TVSZ. The requirement of the subject “Diploma Work” is a signature. The diploma work must be defended at the Final
Examination. To fulfill the requirements of the subject the student has to attend consultations at least four times and
the “Consultation Diary” has to be signed by the assigned supervisor.
57 Integrated Practice (specialised) BGRGY17NEC
Dr. István Nagy associate professor
Inside this subject the students are sent to firms for a 14 weeks’ practice. The firms are evaluating the students’ work,
and at the end of the course, are giving verification to the professors about their performance. The selected firms have
contracts with the institute.
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No. Neptun Code
Subjects
Prerequisites
Semesters
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
EE
lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr
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KMEEL21ANC
Electronics II.
36
KMEEL22ANC
Electronics II.
Laboratory
37
KMAAT11ANC
Automation I.
38
KMAAT12ANC
Automation I.
Laboratory
39
KHTHI11ANC
Communication
Technics I.
40 KHTHI12ANC
Communication
Technics I.
Laboratory
41
KVEEE11ANC
Electrical
Energetics I.
42
KVEEE12ANC
Electrical Energetics
I. Laboratory (2)
43
KMEET11ANC
Electronic
Technology
44
KMEET12ANC
Electronic Technology Laboratory
45
KMEAM11ANC
General Engineering
Studies
2
2
2
ex 2
34
2 as 2
35
ex 3
1
2 as 2
37
ex 3
1
2 as 2
2
21
39
ex 3
1
2
21
2 as 2
41
ex 2
8
2 as 2
43
2
1
ex 3
21
25
Supplementary Subjects
73
(BTOSMA1NEC)
Phisycal Education I.
74
BGRMAFVNEC
Phisycal
Education II.
2
ex
2
ex
Optional Subjects
80 GGTUK11ANC
Business
Communication
2
as 3
81
Sociology
2
as 3
GGTSZ11ANC
Communication Engineering
Specialization
46
KHTAT11ANC
Circuit Design
4
2 ex 8
36
47
KHTHI21ANC
Communication
Technics II. (Communication)
4
2 ex 8
37 40
48
KHTHI31ANC
Communication
Technics III. (Signal
Processing)
3
3 ex 7
47
49
KHTTT11ANC
Telecommunication
3
2 ex 7
47
55
KHTIH11ANC
Infocommunication
Networks I.
4
3 ex 8
48 49
56
KHTIH21ANC
Infocommunication
Networks II.
58
KHTIR11ANC
Operating and
Safety of Informatic
Systems
4
3 ex 8
55
4
ex 6 56
2
as 3
Optional Subjects
82
KHTSV53ANC
Data and Information Security
83
KHTSV71ANC
Mobile
Communication
2
as 4
Instrumentation and Automation
Specialization
46
KMAAZ11TNC
47
48
49
Automatics
4
2 ex 8
36
KMABR11TNC
Embedded Systems
4
2 ex 8
30
KMAJK11TANC
Signal and Image
Processing
3
3 ex 7
27
Engineering Design
3
2 ex 7
42
KMAME11TNC
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Semesters
1.
2.
3.
Prerequisites
4.
5.
6.
7.
lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr
EE
Basics of Natural Science
1
KMEMA11ANC
Mathematics I.
2
KMEMA21ANC
Mathematics II.
3
KMAIA11ANC
Informatics I.
4
KMAIA12ANC
Informatics
Laboratory
5
KHTIA21ANC
Informatics II.
6
KMEFI11ANC
Physics I.
7
KMEFI21ANC
Physics II.
8
KMEVR11ANC
Materials Science
9
KMEVR12ANC
Materials Science
Laboratory
10
KMEMI11ANC
Basics of Safety
Technology,
Environment Protection and Quality
Assurance
3
2
ex 6
3
2
2
ex 6
1
2 as 2
3
ex 3
2
2
24
ex 4
2
2
2
ex 5
ex 4
6
ex 3
1
as 2
8
2
ex 5
Economical and Human Knowledge
11
GGTKG11ANC
Economics I.
2
as 2
12
GGTKG21ANC
Economics II.
13
GSVVG11ANC
Enterprise
Economics I.
14
GSVVG21ANC
Enterprise
Economics II.
15
GVMME11ANC Management
2
ex 3
16
GGTJI11ANC
2
as 2
1
1
as 2
11
2
as 2
12
1
Law
1
as 2
13
14
Basics of Profession
18
KHTVL11ANC
Electricity I.
19
KHTVL12ANC
Electricity I.
Practice
20
KHTVL21ANC
Electricity II.
21
KHTVL22ANC
Electricity II.
Practice
22
KMAPR11ANC
Programming I.
23
KMAPR12ANC
Programming II.
Laboratory
24
KMAPR22ANC
Programming II.
25
KMEMD11ANC
Technical
Documentation (2)
26
KMAMT11ANC
Measurements
27
KMAMT12ANC
Measurements I.
Laboratory
28
KMAMT21ANC Measurements II.
29
KMAMT22ANC
Measurements II.
Laboratory
30
KMEDG11ANC
Digital Technics I.
31
KMEDG21ANC
Digital Technics II.
32
KMEDG31ANC
Digital Technics II.
Laboratory
33
KMEEL11ANC
Electronics I.
KMEEL12ANC
Electronics I.
Practice
34
3
ex 3
3
as 5
18
3
3
1
2
ex 3
19
as 3
20
as 2
3
2
3 as 3
22
as 2
23
2 as 2
2
ex 2
19
2 as 2
26
2
2
as 2
27
2 as 2
28
ex 4
2
1
ex 3
30
2 as 2
2
1
1
31
ex 2
19
as 2
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Prerequisites
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lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr lc pr lb re cr
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KMAGY11ANC
Automatic Manufacturing Systems I.
66
KMAGY21ANC
Automatic Manufacturing Systems II.
67
KMAGP12ANC
Automatic Manufacturing Systems
Project I.
68
KMAIN11ANC
Information
Systems
69
KMAPR22ANC
Automatic Manufacturing Systems
Project II.
4
3 ex 9
46
4
3 ex 9
64
2 ex 4
64
4
ex 6
66
2 ex 3
5
Optional subjects
84
KMAIR11ANC
Intelligent Robotic
Systems
2
as 4
85
KMAOR11ANC
Object Oriented
Methodology
2
as 4
86
KMARO11ANC
Real-time
Operating Systems
2
as 3
ex – examination, pm – practice mark, ce – course examination, as - assignement
p - both the subject and the prerequisite can be choosen in the same semester
(1) Sign of course makes necessary to fullfill prerequisites
(2) Semester of the course is determined by the institute responsible for the speciality, according to the amount of students.
Courses signed by character # can be started paralelly, if necessary.
*List of obligatory optional courses is included on last page of the table
BASICS OF NATURAL SCIENCE
1 Mathematics I. KMEMA11ANC
Dr. Aurél Galántai professor
The course covers matrixes, determinants, systems of linear equations, the linear space and its applications, the
three forms of a complex number and the rules of operations in these forms, vectors, and operations on vectors, the
coordinates of a vector and applications of the vectors. The students will get a deep insight into infinite sequences,
boundedness and monotonity, the limit point and the limit of a sequences, fundamental theorems for sequences, the
concept of a function and its principal properties. Other main guidelines contain elementary functions, the derivative
of a function and its physical and geometrical meaning, differentiation rules, mean value theorems, application of
the derivative to the investigation of the behaviour of functions and to the miscellaneous problems, the concept of a
function of two (and more) independent variables and its partial derivatives.
The subject also examines the differential of a function and its applications, the indefinite integral, basic integration
formulas, integration by parts, integration of rational functions and the method of a change of variables, Riemann
integral and its principal properties.
2 Mathematics II. KMEMA21ANC
Dr. Aurél Galántai professor
During the semester the students will learn about several applications of the definite integral (calculating areas, length
of the arc of a curve, volume of a solid of revolution etc.), improper integrals, approximate calculation of integrals,
Laplace transformation and its principal properties. Other major materials to study include double integral, its principal
properties, calculation of the double integral over the normal regions, differential equations, principal first- and secondorder differential equations, infinite series and its principal properties.
The students will deal with convergence tests, power series, its principal properties, Taylor and Fourier series, algebra
of events, the concept of probability, its principal properties, field of classical probability, the conditional probability,
independent events and random variables. Other main topics to be examined are the distribution and the density
function, their principal properties, expectation and the variance of a random variable, main discrete and continuous
distributions, their characteristics and the central limit theorem.
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3 Informatics I. KMAIA11ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
4 Informatics Laboratory KMAIA12ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
Main materials to examine are C development environment, functions of IDE, editing, compiling, debugging, start file
editing, most often used include files, type of variables and their features, operators, categories and their features,
instructions, run time instructions (selection and cycles head-tested - tail tested) and other structures. Other
major guidelines to study include one dimensional and more dimensional arrays, simple algorithms bubble sorting,
linear searching, logarithmic searching, minimum-maximum searching, functions, recursive functions and complex
algorithms. The students will also get a deep insight into structures and unions, classical list structures and bidirectional
list structures, character handling of display, complex project in C, modular programming, mathematical algorithms,
matrix - vector algorithms, usage of mathematical library and their functions.
5 Informatics II. KHTIA21ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
During the course the students will meet classification of operating systems, structure and handling of POSIX compatible
operating systems, typical script language, history of script language, PERL evolution, data types of PERL, operators of
PERL and instruction of PERL. The course also covers subroutines and competence of variables, modules, blocks, OOP in
PERL, TK basics, Basic widgets Main Window, Entry, Label, Button, Check button, IPC basics in Perl, processes, threads
and sockets. Other major topics to deal with contain matrix of information, entropy, channel capacity, redundancy,
code theory, fit codes, BCD codes, one-step codes, error corrector codes, Hamming codes, cyclic codes, CRC, CRC
generation via hardware and software, RSA basics, key generating, key changes, mathematical background of RSA,
prime testing and prime searching.
6 Physics I. KMEFI11ANC
Dr. János Orosz associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into mechanics, kinematics, dynamics, mechanical work, kinetic energy, power,
systems of particles, motion of rigid body, observational frames of reference, oscillation, wave motion, physics of
sound, fluid mechanics, the kinetic theory of gases, optics, Fermat`s principle and wave optics (diffraction, holography).
Other main guidelines include thermodynamics, thermodynamic laws, thermodynamic cycle, principles of statistical
physics and thermodynamics, theory of relativity (Galilean invariance, relativity of length, Lorenz contraction, time
dilation, and special relativity). During the semester the students will study electromagnetic theory (electric charge,
electric field, Gauss` law, potential, elementary vector analysis, magnetic force, magnetic field, cyclotron, synchrotron,
Faraday’s law, and Maxwell’s equations).
7 Physics II. KMEFI21ANC
Dr. János Orosz associate professor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics such as black body radiation, photo effect, Compton effect, waveparticle duality, atomic structure (atom models, quantum numbers, Pauli exclusion principle) quantum mechanics,
Hilbert space, Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation, Schrödinger equation and solution to Schrödinger’s wave equation.
The students will also get a thorough notion of quantum confinement, quantum entanglement, quantum information,
condensed matter physics, types of bonds, electronic band structure, Hall effect, semiconductors, Fermi-Dirac statistics
and band gap engineering. Other major materials to study include thermoelectric effects, magnetic properties, Ferro
electricity, piezoelectricity, liquid crystals, supra-conductivity, luminescence, lasers, nuclear physics, organizing the
nuclides, nuclear force and elementary particle physics.
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The students will acquire the knowledge of the history of informatics, hardware basics, structure of computers, parts of
their functions, classification, working, software basics, software as a critical part of success and software classification.
The course also covers number systems and calculation with them, operating system, office systems, database basics,
data models (relational, hierarchical, network like …), CAE systems and their categories, CAD, CAM, CASE. During the
semester the students master life cycles models (seve step model) of software waterfall, cyclic, evolutional and their
features, measuring of software quality ISO 9126, special systems, embedded systems and integrated information
systems. They will also learn about networking, topology, ISO - OSI TCP/IP models, parts of information systems,
servers, system organizing, special parts of information systems, DMZ and firewalls.
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8 Materials Science KMEVR11ANC
Dr. Sándor Csiszár senior lecturer
Topics are divided into the following categories: physical and chemical background of materials properties; structure
of atoms, chemical bonds, some principles of thermodynamics; energy, equilibrium, Gibbs/Helmholtz potentials and
basics of solid state physics. The students will also get a deep insight into crystal structure of solids, imperfections in
crystals and their impacts on the properties, phase transitions; formation of solids, manipulations of crystal texture,
non-crystalline materials and phase diagrams. Other main guidelines to examine contain structure and properties of
materials; mechanical-, electrical-, magnetic-, thermal- and optical properties based on solid state physics and quantum
mechanics, description of main groups of engineering materials: metals, ceramics, polymers and composites and main
aspects of materials selection.
9 Materials Science Laboratory KMEVR12ANC
Dr. Sándor Csiszár senior lecturer
Objectives of the course are the following: introduction to the main methods of investigations used in the electrical
industry, as well as to the evaluation methods, and to the preparation of laboratory reports, measurements: mechanical
properties: Tensile test, Rockwell and Brinell hardness test on metals.
The students will also deal with microscopy: examination of metallurgical and microelectronic samples, distance
measurement on microscopic specimens, stress optical examinations; polarized light, optical anisotropy, birefringence,
stress in glasses and plastics. The course also covers insulating materials: measuring volumetric and surface resistance,
dielectric properties, and spectrophotometry: measurement of absorption spectra of solutions and evaluations of
concentration.
10 Basics of Safety Technology, Environment Protection and Quality Assurance KMEMI11ANC
Dr. Marianna Lendvay associate professor
During the semester the students will learn about the basics of employee’s safety, terminology, goals and objectives
of employee’s safety, requirements and treatments of employee’s safety, Importance of work environment, humanmachine-environment frame, impairing progression and the basics of risk theory. Other major materials to examine
contain electrical safety, the electrically safe work conditions, working on or near live circuits, the effects of electric
shock on a human body, the effects depending on type of current, amperage, duration of exposure, pathway of current,
body resistance, rescue from electrical contact, first aid for electric shock, direct and indirect contact protection and
safety requirements. The course also covers concept of environment protection, principles of environmental politics and
decision-maker organizations of EU, means of environmental protection regulation, terminology of energy-efficiency,
ways and means for saving energy and water and environmental management systems. The students will also get a
thorough notion of the concept of quality assurance, quality systems and standards (ISO 9000), principles of quality
control, product reliability, problems of reliability tests and practical applications, reliability calculations of apparatus
and systems, the concept of TQM (Total Quality Management) and phases of introducing its application and means of
continuous quality improvement.
ECONOMICAL AND HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
11 Economics I. GGTKG11ANC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
Main guidelines of the subject are the following: an introduction to economics, scarcity and efficiency, the three main
concepts of economics organization, consumer behaviour, the optimal choice of the consumers and price elasticity of
demand. In the framework of this subject the students are also presented consumer surplus, manufacturers’ behaviour,
company and enterprise, production function, production costs, short and long-term cost functions. The course covers
the profit, market structures, offer of companies in perfect competition, long-term supply. Profit maximization of
monopoly and oligopolies. The students will examine market of input factors, labour market, capital market, stock
market, property market and externalities.
12 Economics II. GGTKG21ANC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
In the focal points of the subject there are topics such as macroeconomics and its interrelations, actors, output and
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13 Enterprise Economics I. GSVVG11ANC
Dr. György Kadocsa associate professor
The students will get a thorough notion of the introduction to integration theory, types and levels of economic
cooperation in theory and practice, preconditions of successful cooperations, historical, economic and political reasons
for the European integration and the Idea of Europe. Other main guidelines include history of the European integration,
the Three Communities (ECSC, EEC, and EAEC), treaties of Rome: vision and objectives, the development periods of the
European integration from Rome to Lisbon and establishing the European Union. In the framework of the subject the
students are presented free trade agreements between the EU and other countries/integrations, internationalisation of
European companies, Hungary’s economic connections with the EU member states, Hungary as an EU member state:
Process of the integration into the economic and monetary union.
14 Enterprise Economics II. GSVVG21ANC
Dr. György Kadocsa associate professor
The course covers circulation of the resources of the enterprise, management of tangible assets, management of current
assets, management of human resources and basics of marketing. The students will have the chance to study about
the 4P approach, the process of marketing planning, application of market research methods, and penetration into the
markets with new products and existing products. In the framework of this subject the students are presented pricing
of products and product life cycles, types of costs, calculation methods used in the enterprises, investment models and
calculation methods of the return of investment.
During the semester the following issues will also be examined: net present value, future value of the investment,
production management methods, the question of financial balance of the company, classification of the assets and
liabilities, the profit and loss account and the balance sheet and reports for the stakeholders.
15 Management GVMME11ANC
Dr. István Szűts associate professor
The students will get an overview of acquiring management theory and practice, self-management, development
of leaders’ personality characteristics, managerial-organizational knowledge, learning methods and techniques for
applying these. The subject also includes development of interpersonal communication skills necessary for managerial
activity, mechanisms of decision, problem –solving techniques and their correct application.
16 Law GGTJI11ANC
Dr. István Csillag associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the history, development and social role of the law, state and law, the concept of
law, the legal system and the types of law, hierarchy of sources of law, the concept, validity and effect of the legislation,
the legal capacity and certain groups of entities.
In the focal point of the subject there are topics like the place and role of the Constitution in the Hungarian legal system,
the social relationships governed by the Constitution, the fundamental citizens’ rights and obligations, groupings of
public bodies and their main task and authority, the national and local bodies of legislation and enforcement. The
subject also deals with the task and authority of the Parliament, the government and the local governments, the judicial
authorities, the courts and the prosecutors.
BASICS OF PROFESSION
18 Electricity I. KHTVL11ANC
Dr. Sándor Bognár professor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics like the summary of the basic concepts of vector algebra, scalar and
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income, measurement of the macroeconomics performance, macroeconomics cycle, consumption and saving function,
demand on the capital market and multiplier effect. The students will also have the chance to study equilibrium income,
macro demand, labour market and employment, macro supply, economic equilibrium, the modern money and banking
system. Other major materials contain economic growth, conjuncture, inflation and unemployment, the role of the
state in economy, fiscal and monetary policy and international trade policy.
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vector quantity, the law of electrostatic field, Coulomb’s law and superposition, the potential, capacity, energy equation
and the dielectric constants and the laws of DC network analysis. The students will also learn about Kirchhoff equations
and systems of analysis, loop current method, nodal potential method, the theorems of Thevenin and Norton, principle
of reciprocity, dividers and Star-Delta transformation. Other major issues to examine contain magnetic field of the
electric current, fundamental phenomenon, calculation of the magnetic field intensity, Biot- Savart law, calculation
of the induced voltage and magnetic energy. The course also covers the whole system of The Maxwell equations, a
description of the AC sine wave time domain, introduction to complex numbers, simple calculation of alternating
current networks, power calculation and mean value.
19 Electricity I. Practice KHTVL12ANC
Dr. Sándor Bognár professor
During the semester the students will deal with the summary of the basic concepts of vector algebra, scalar and vector
quantity, the law of electrostatic field, Coulomb’s law and superposition, the potential, capacity, energy equation and
the dielectric constants, DC network analysis. Other main issues to study include Kirchhoff equations and systems of
analysis, loop current method, nodal potential method, The theorems of Thevenin and Norton, principle of reciprocity,
dividers and Star-Delta transformation.
The students will also get a thorough notion of magnetic field of the electric current, fundamental phenomenon,
calculation of the magnetic field intensity, Biot- Savart law, calculation of the induced voltage and magnetic energy.
The subject also examines the whole system of The Maxwell equations, problems and solutions, a description of the AC
sine wave time domain, introduction to complex numbers, simple calculation of alternating current networks, power
calculation and mean value. The students will also have to give presentations of tasks and complete exercises.
20 Electricity II. KHTVL21ANC
Dr. Sándor Bognár professor
The students will get a deep insight into networks with sinusoidal time variation, network analysis using the law
of complex algebra, three-phase networks, analysis for the purpose of synthesis, Nyquist representation chart,
logarithmical representation and logarithmical units.
The course also covers Bode diagrams- the method due to Bode, four terminal networks, matrix description of four
terminal networks, characteristics, parameter, symmetry and reciprocity. Other major issues to study include operating
property, reflexes, transmission line, characteristic impedance, periodic flow networks, the Fourier serial examples and
transient phenomena. The students will also get a thorough notion of the application of Laplace transformation to
simple circuits, integrating and differential connections and calculating simple circuits and switch-off phenomenon.
21 Electricity II. Practice KHTVL22ANC
Dr. Sándor Bognár professor
The course deals with networks with sinusoidal time variation, network analysis using the law of complex algebra,
three-phase networks, analysis for the purpose of synthesis, Nyquist representation chart logarithmical representation
and logarithmical units. Other major guidelines to follow are Bode diagrams- the method due to Bode, four terminal
networks, matrix description of four terminal networks, characteristics, parameter, symmetry and reciprocity. During
the course the students will learn about operating property, reflexes, transmission line, characteristic impedance,
periodic flow networks, the Fourier serial examples and transient phenomena.
Other main topics to examine contain the application of Laplace transformation to simple circuits, integrating and
differential connections, calculating simple circuits and switch-off phenomenon. Problems, solutions and exercise.
22 Programming I. KMAPR11ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
During the semester the students will learn about the history of programming, phenomenon of algorithm, generation
of programming languages, their features, and task solution with the help of computers, algorithm descriptor tools
and their usability. In the focal point of the subject there are topics such as basic algorithms, sorting, seeking and
mathematical algorithms, methodologies and their features, general programming language and its features, history
of C and its structure, variables and their prefixes, types, operators, runtime and precompiled instructions, functions.
Other major issues to study include pointers, arrays, structures, unions, modules and modular programming,
visibility questions, standard function, standard input and output handling printf and scanf, algorithms in C language,
mathematical algorithms, Euclidean algorithm, prime algorithms, recursive algorithms and practical viewpoints of
implementation.
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Dr. György Schuster associate professor
24 Programming II. KMAPR22ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
The main guidelines of the course containing phenomenon of file, low level file handling and their functions, sample
programmes, high level file handling and their functions, sample programmes, interfaces between the different levels,
dynamic memory handling and its functions, thumb rules and usage, AVR8 microcontrollers’ architecture and basics.
The students will get a deep insight into memory and IO structure, interrupt handling, special peripherals, assembly
instruction set, assembly row format, compiling procedure, simple algorithms in assembly, IT handling in assembly and
C programming in assembly.
Other main topics to discuss including comparison the developing procedure between assembly and C environment,
development of various modules, IT handling in C, UART handling and interface writing, time base in C, debug and
testing and finite state machines in AVR8.
25 Technical Documentation (2) KMEMD11ANC
Dr. Marianna Lendvay associate professor
Goals of technical documentation are the following: seeing in space (2D, 3D), sketching, reading of drawings, and
making of tech. drawings by hand/ CAD, making: technical drawing and documentation engineering drawing/
drafting, engineering graphics, technical communication, technical documentation, technical design, picture reading
(perception) picture interpretation (apperception) Types of drawing are grouped: 1. Detail drawing 2. Assembly drawing.
Documentations are needed for production and control.
The students will meet projection type: perspective and orthographic, representation for plane of projection (no axis)
simple elements, drawing description geometry, Making line types: wide/ thick / narrow / thin / dashed / chain / dash
and dot, makes sections, and cutting planes section in two parallel planes, local section and revolved section.
Other major issues including crossing hatching of materials, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, symbol
presentations: screws, gear representation, standard drawing scales: full-size, half full-size, five times full size, etc.
26 Measurements KMAMT11ANC
Dr. Elek Horváth professor
The aim of the course is to attain the measuring principles, necessary for measuring basic electrical quantities. The
students will acquire the knowledge of construction and handling of most important electrical measuring instruments,
interpretation of their technical specification, knowledge necessary to select optimal measuring methods and
instruments, basic concepts of measurements, errors in measurements, analogue and digital methods to measure
direct current and voltage.
The course also covers measuring alternating voltage, operating principle and specification of mechanical measuring
instruments for alternating voltage, classification and parameters of analogue electronic instruments for measuring
alternating voltage, AC/DC converters and their specification, digital instruments for measuring alternating voltage
and the most important specification.
The students will get a deep insight into current converters, methods to measure electrical resistance, multimeters,
generators, sine-wave generators, construction, operation and specification of sound-frequency generators operating
principle, setup and handling of waveform generators. Other major topics to examine are principle and specification of
synthesizing generators, operating principle, specification, setup and handling of pulse generators, measuring current
by converters and oscilloscope. (10 % depart is permitted in thematic for the lecturer.)
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The students will be given the opportunity to familiarize themselves with low and high level file handling, complex
programming project in C language on PC, AVR studio IDE usage, compiling, debugging and other possibilities and
preparing start file often used in included files.
Other topics are divided into the following topics: port handling in assembly, LED and button handling, port initialization,
various types of assembly instructions and their features, status register, programming structure in assembly, C
programmes under AVR8, Functions in AVR8 C, special features of AVR8 C and practical considerations. The course
also covers I/O handling and configuration, interrupt handling and main features, time base in C with interrupt, USART
handling in C and practical consideration of interfaces, final state machines in AVR 8 under C, trivial threads in AVR8 C,
practical considerations and thumb rules and debugging of parallel programmes.
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27 Measurements I. Laboratory KMAMT12ANC
Dr. Elek Horváth professor
The students will be given the opportunity to attain measuring methods, get basic skill in electrical measurements,
practicing handling measuring instruments, evaluation of results of measurements, calculating errors, documenting
measurements, get skill in selection of optimal measuring methods and instruments.
The following topics will be discussed: basics of measurements, handling instruments (relation between parameters
of the instruments and the errors in measured results), measuring direct voltage and current (analogue and digital
instruments), evaluation of results of measurements (cycle of measurements, characteristics), exercising to handle
generators (sound frequency and waveform types) and oscilloscope.
During the semester there are guidelines including studying measuring arrangements (capacitive and galvanic
disturbances), measuring alternating voltage and current (evaluation of passive and active rectifiers, spectral analysis,
measuring distortion) and self-contained measurement (statement of the knowledge got during the semester).
28 Measurements II. KMAMT21ANC
Dr. Elek Horváth professor
The purpose of the course is to attain the measuring principles necessary to measure basic electrical quantities,
knowledge of construction and handling of most important electrical measuring instruments, interpretation of their
technical specification, knowledge, necessary to select optimal measuring methods and instruments.
The students will get a deep insight into measuring non-electrical quantities, automation of measurements, measurement
and simulation of instruments, software in measurements, principle of data acquisition, measuring frequency and time.
In the focal point of the subject there are topics like oscilloscopes II, sampling theory, application of real-time and
equivalent sampling theory in sampling oscilloscopes, principle of their operation, specification, application, analyzers,
DC power supplies, methods of measuring impedances.
The course also covers bridge methods for measuring impedances, active measurement of impedances, digital
method to measure impedances, measuring of electrical power, directions of development of measuring methods and
instruments, task of transducers, requirements and specification and application fields of electrically measuring nonelectrical quantities.
29 Measurements II. Laboratory KMAMT22ANC
Dr. Elek Horváth professor
During the semester the students will be able to attain measuring methods, to get basic skill in electrical measurements,
practicing handling measuring instruments, develop knowledge from the previous semester in field of measuring
methods and instruments.
The students will also get a thorough notion of measurement of electrical and non-electrical quantities, special
measuring methods and instruments, topics, measuring frequency and time, measuring impedances (voltage and
current method, comparative method, two-wire and four-wire method, impedance measurement with active amplifier
and measuring electrical power (voltage and current meter, electro-dynamical power meter).
The course covers measurements with oscilloscope, measuring non-electrical quantities (strain-gauge, displacement,
temperature, revolution), special measurements and even self-contained measurement (statement of the knowledge
got during the semester).
30 Digital Technics I. KMEDG11ANC
Dr. Rita Lovassy associate professor
The students will learn about fundamental principles of digital logic, basic logic operators and logic expressions,
Boolean algebra and Boolean functions, definition of logic functions: text description, algebraic form, truth table, logic
and graphic representation, logic of identity and logic functions with two or more variables.
Other main topics to discuss include the concept of minterm and maxterm, disjunctive (Sum-of-Products) and
conjunctive (Product-of-Sums) canonical forms, logic gates and circuit diagrams, algebraic and graphical minimization,
Karnaugh map and applications, analysis of combinational logic circuits using a truth table and using Boolean function.
The students will also acquire the knowledge of synthesis of combinational circuits, combinational circuit design:
case studies, numeral systems, binary operations, half and full adder, binary arithmetic: addition, subtraction and
multiplication.
Other main materials contain codes, code conversion: case studies, decimal, character and error detection codes,
standard combinational components: encoders, decoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers, comparators, etc.
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31 Digital Technics II. KMEDG21ANC
Dr. Rita Lovassy associate professor
32 Digital Technics II. Laboratory KMEDG31ANC
Dr. Rita Lovassy associate professor
The course covers parameter measurement of different logic families, the way how to use a documentation suite
and catalogue, combinational circuit design: case studies, half and full adder, standard combinational components:
encoders, decoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers, comparators, etc.
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with binary arithmetic: addition, subtraction and
multiplication, codes, code conversion: case studies, analysis and synthesis of sequential circuits, simple examples, case
studies: 4-bit parity indicator, techniques for measuring synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits. During the
semester the students will study some typical counters like: frequency divider, counter with shortened cycle, arithmetic
circuits (full adder, comparator, multiplier, and arithmetic logic unit), design and test of programmable logic units and
special measurements.
33 Electronics I. KMEEL11ANC
Dr. Péter Turmezei associate professor
The students will get a thorough understanding of the theory of semiconductors and PN junctions, properties, types
and uses of diodes, theory of bipolar junction transistors; DC analysis; CE, CB and CC topologies, current generator
circuit, principle of amplification in the transistor circuit; model circuit of transistor; AC analysis. The course also deals
with field effect transistors (JFET, MOSFET), FET amplifiers, DC and AC analysis, frequency dependence of transistor
circuits, basic theory of analogue amplifiers; properties of feedback and frequency dependency.
Other major topics to study include differential amplifiers, integrated operational amplifiers; inverting and noninverting amplifier circuits, frequency dependency, current-voltage converter, AC amplifier, basic current and voltage
sources, comparators, Schmitt-triggers and waveform generators.
34 Electronics I. Practice KMEEL12ANC
Dr. Péter Turmezei associate professor
The students will meet practice: rectifier diode data sheet, half-wave and full-wave rectifier circuits, voltage reference
with Zener diode, uses of varicap diode, DC calculations of basic BJT amplifier and current generator circuits. Other
main materials to discuss contain AC calculation of CE and CC BJT amplifier, DC calculations of basic JFET and MOSFET
amplifier and current generator circuits, AC calculation of CS JFET and MOSFET amplifier and frequency dependency
of BJT and FET circuits. During the semester the students will have the chance to study operational amplifier circuits:
inverting and non-inverting amplifier; null-comparator; hysteresis comparator, laboratory practice: computer
simulations of diode, transistor and pomp circuits, practical measurement of diodes, BJTs and pumps.
35 Electronics II. KMEEL21ANC
Dr. Péter Turmezei associate professor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics such as applications and design considerations of operational amplifiers,
differentiator and integrator circuits, inner components of operational amplifiers, common mode rejection ratio,
precision rectifiers and full wave rectifiers with opamps.
The students will also learn about instrument amplifiers with several opamps, multi-stage amplifiers, end-stage
amplifiers, amplifier classes, LC and RC oscillators, discrete and integrated analogue and switched-mode voltage
regulators and power supplies; parallel and serial voltage regulation. Other main topics belong here are current
protection of regulators, analogue multipliers, typical parameters and applications of integrated multipliers: division,
root and square circuits, modulators, pulsed circuits and basics of power electronics.
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In the focal point of the course there are issues such as logic circuit generation and families, implementation technologies
like TTL and CMOS, general comparison and evaluation of different logic circuits and technologies, latches and flipflops, synchronous and asynchronous operations, registers, counters, etc., sequential circuits and general concepts.
Main topics are divided into the following categories: analysis and synthesis of sequential circuits, simple examples,
case studies: 4-bit parity indicator, Gray-code counter, sequential arithmetic circuits, microprocessor basics. The
students will also examine datapaths, instruction sets, interrupt handling, interfaces and driver circuits, semiconductor
memories and their properties, memory addressing methods, address decoding and interface circuits, analogue-digital,
digital-analogue converters and Programmable Logic Devices.
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36 Electronics II. Laboratory KMEEL22ANC
Dr. Péter Turmezei associate professor
The main topics related to this subject include this laboratory’s supplements: the Electronics II theoretical course,
laboratory measurements: time and frequency domain analysis of R - L - C two-ports, pulse technology circuits, tuned
analogue circuits, FET amplifier and current generator, symmetric amplifiers and linear application of operational
amplifiers.
37 Automation I. KMAAT11ANC
Dr. Péter Kucsera assistant professor
The students will acquire the knowledge of the description of basic concepts of automation, open and closed loop
control connection methods and comparison, linear and invariant basic block concept, type of block descriptions in
operator and frequency domain, general equations, complex block deduction, process transfer functions and typical
process types.
Topics are also divided into categories of process order concept, closed loop control steady state behaviour for setpoint
holder and follower control, concept of stability examination methods in operator and frequency domain, control
quality examination methods and description. During the semester the students will study build-up and working
principle of transmitter, controller and actuator elements, logical description methods of process control, possible
controller structure, programmable logic controller types, hardware build-up and programming methods.
38 Automation I. Laboratory KMAAT12ANC
Dr. Péter Kucsera assistant professor
The course covers simple PLC programming experiments (Digital logic, Timers, Counters), using Schneider Zelio
intelligent relay, solving textural form simple and complex controlling tasks using the same PLC, simple and complex
process block analysis in time and frequency domain using MATLAB. Other main issues to examine contain control loop
stability analysis, compensation and quality check, controller tuning for different type of processes, error detection
using MATLAB SIMULINK, PT3 loop and P controller simulation and analysis.
39 Communication Technics I. KHTHI11ANC
Dr. Tibor Wührl associate professor
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with differential form of Maxwell equations,
its significance in telecommunication, basic concepts of signal transmissions, baseband signals, coding, modulation
procedures, handling signals in time- and frequency domain and spectrum of signals.
The students will get a deep insight into converting analogue signals to digital, sampling and quantizing, audio and video
converters, telecommunication basics: physical layers and its properties, theory of transmission lines, radio channel,
parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, spreading properties of electromagnetic waves and analogue and digital ways
of recording and storing media.
Other major topics to deal with include compression procedures, the redundancy, and broadcasting: analogue and
digital audio and video transmission, home devices, and telecommunication systems: leased line, and switched circuit
connections, traffic theory, packet switched and circuit switched networks and terminal equipment. Communication
networks, mobile systems, further applications: radio locating, navigation and astronomy are also studied during this
course.
40 Communication Technics I. Laboratory KHTHI12ANC
Dr. Tibor Wührl associate professor
Laboratory exercises are carried out in connection with the subjects above. Hardware exercises are as follows: analyzing
baseband signal properties, PSTN line observations, filtering techniques, MATLAB simulation: introducing basic usage
of MATLAB. Other main guidelines are handling signals, analogue and digital modulation techniques.
41 Electrical Energetics I. KVEEE11ANC
Dr. Ferenc Novothny associate professor
The concept of electrical energetic and its connection to other natural sciences and different fields of electrical
engineering are discussed in details. The processes of the electrical power supply and the operation of electrical power
systems are demonstrated. The most important characteristics of the electrical power transmission and distribution are
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Dr. Ferenc Novothny associate professor
The course covers the activity in laboratory: multimedia presentation: - hierarchical structure of the Hungarian Power
System (HPS), and its operation - power plants, substations, overhead line and cable networks, their construction and
operation; - tests on electrical machines (transformers, synchronous and asynchronous machines, universal motors).
The students will also get an overview about measurements of loading characteristics together - switchgears, circuitbreakers, fuses; - measurements on consumers, loading; - reactive power compensation and different types of its
realization - testing the different operational conditions of overhead lines.
43 Electronic Technology KMEET11ANC
Dr. Ildikó Szenes associate professor
During the semester the students will have the chance to examine discrete electronic parts, integrated circuits and
assemblies, manufacturing of printed circuit boards, main steps of mask preparation, etching, galvanic and electroless
plating.
Other major materials to study include single side and double side PCB technology, multilayer technologies; foil
laminated and sequential, PCB design and design for manufacturing (DfM) and assembly processes: main steps of
surface mount technologies.
Other main topics belonging here are stencil printing, component placement, reflow and wave soldering, inspection
methods, hybrid integrated circuits and its technology, multichip modules and basics of the semiconductor technology.
The students will also deal with advanced packaging, recent R&D’s in electronic industry; photonic devices, MEMS
(Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems), nanoelectronics, polymer/printed electronics, environmental and quality
assurance aspects of the electronic technologies.
44 Electronic Technology Laboratory KMEET12ANC
Dr. Ildikó Szenes associate professor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics like design of Printed Circuit Boards, computer aided design of Printed
Circuit Boards, introduction of ““Eagle”” software package, making schematics, component placement and Design Rule
Check (DRC).
Other main topics to discuss are procedure and restrictions of components’ manual arrangement - meaning of
airwires, correcting component placement based on them, manual and automatic routing, manufacturing processes:
preparation of a double side PCB; drilling, making hole conductive, electroless and galvanic plating of copper and tin,
mask preparation with solid, negative photoresist and etching. The students will acquire the knowledge of screen
printing of the solder resist coating, imaging and developing, hand soldering of TH components and reflow soldering of
SM components.
45 General Engineering Studies KMEAM11ANC
Dr. Sándor Csiszár senior lecturer
The main topics related to this subject include balance of forces in electromechanical structures and devices: basic
concepts and laws, forces, basic calculation methods, methods of calculation of resultant forces, calculation of centre
of gravity, determination of first order moment and of reaction force and concept of constraints.
The students will have the chance to learn basics of stress analysis: concept and kinds of strains, strain functions and
diagrams, general problems of design for stress, stress and deformation states, stresses and deformations in bars.
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described together with its hierarchy, its guidance and its control.
The electrical machines of the electrical power systems are discussed as follows: power transformers, synchronous and
asynchronous machines, and dc machines as well as their constructions, and operation, and their equivalent circuits.
Electrical devices and appliances in the electrical power systems are taken into consideration. The types, construction
and operation of switch-gears are presented and so are their main characteristics. Typical consumers in the electrical
power systems and the generation of the electricity are demonstrated. Types and operation of power plants are
discussed together with their main and auxiliary equipment as well. The transmission and distribution of electrical
power are discussed together with elements of network systems, as substations overhead lines, cables, their types,
constructions, their mechanical and electrical characteristics as well. Devices of the electrical installation of buildings
are also discussed.
Design and selection of electrical appliances of the low-voltage distribution network for buildings are demonstrated. The
normal operation and characteristic failures of the electrical network systems are discussed. Simple failure calculation,
the duties and the operation of the basic protection and control systems are presented.
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Other major issues to examine are dynamics of electromechanical structures and devices: kinematics of mechanisms
and of their elements, kinetics of electromechanical structures and of their elements, thermal stresses, elements of
electromechanical structures and devices: locking elements, moving/mobile elements, driving- and actuating elements.
SUPPLEMENTARY SUBJECTS
73 Phisycal Education I. (BTOSMA1NEC)
Györgyné Fehér trainer
Aim of the subject: to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy way of
living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the branches
and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
74 Phisycal Education II. BGRMAFVNEC
Györgyné Fehér trainer
Aim of the subject: to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy way of
living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the branches
and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
80 Business Communication GGTUK11ANC
Dr. Ágnes Csiszárik-Kocsir associate professor
The subject deals with the individual and communication, the need for and the necessity of communication,
communication tools, verbal communication, meta- language, paralanguage, the origin and specialities of non-verbal
communication, non-verbal communication tools, the relationship between verbal and non-verbal communication.
The students will also get a thorough understanding of the significance and role of personal space and distance,
credibility, the role of self-knowledge and understanding of human nature in the communication process, „Johari”
window, personality types and communicational self-knowledge.
The course also covers impression making, sympathy, empathy, trust; fondle equivalences, communication in the
economic environment, organisational culture and communication, formal and informal communication networks, the
link between communication and economical efficiency.
The core material also examines the role of motivation, manipulation, critique and compliments at workplaces, conflicts,
conflict management techniques, giving lectures and presentations, the role, types of meetings and communication
techniques for leading a meeting, career, ambition, curriculum vitae, motivation letter and self-management techniques.
81 Sociology GGTSZ11ANC
Dr. Máté Molnár associate professor
The objective of this course of study is to familiarise the students with the basic concepts and categories of the discipline
of sociology; to introduce the structure, strata and functional mechanisms of human society – with a special focus on
modern Hungarian society to the students.
The course considers the relationship of sociology to other social sciences and the thoughts and opinions of the most
important contributors to the field of sociology. After outlining the theories of societal structure and strata, the course
considers the development of Hungarian society in the 20th century in detail. It compares the international and
Hungarian trends of social mobility and analyses the position of macro-structural (international, national and ethnic)
groups. It gives an overview of the changes in the role of the family and of its adaptation to modernisation as well as
the problematic question of Hungarian and international demographics.
Finally, the course gives an overview of the acute problems facing Hungarian society of child-rearing, education,
poverty and deviant behaviour types, and it outlines possible methods and solutions to managing and alleviating these
problems.
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The course covers the application of common signal suppression in differential amplifiers, solutions in medical
electronics, the applications of differential amplifiers in the field of Telecommunication, the implementation of
Mathematical operation with operational amplifier and design of small-signal and power amplifiers. The students will
have the chance to study different applications of operational amplifiers in the field of telecommunication, selective
amplifiers, different applications of selective amplifiers in the field of telecommunication.
Other main topics related to the subject include structure of microprocessors, communication on the bus between the
microprocessors and the system elements, use of the memory and the peripheral interface drivers and the microprocessor
as a component. The students will get a deep insight into characteristics of the hardware: the operation and interrupt
system of inner memories and in-circuit interfaces, programming of microprocessors and assembler programming.
The subject also contains the use of editor, assembler, linker programs, controlled program runnings, data and output
interfaces of the microprocessor systems and the presentation of the Developer Tools.
47 Communication Technics II. (Communication) KHTHI21ANC
Dr. Tibor Wührl associate professor
The students will get a thorough notion of signals of telecommunication, description of signals (stochastic and
deterministic) in time domain and frequency domain, noises, description of analogue telecommunication systems in
time domain and frequency domain. Other main topics to discuss include transfer functions, distortions, design of
analogue filters, modulations, description of modulated signals in time domain and frequency domain, shift keying
methods, fundamentals of broadband access techniques and basics of digital signal processing. The course also covers
sampling process, Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem, quantization, coding, restoration of sampled signal, description
of digital systems in discrete time domain and frequency domain.
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with voice coding, prediction methods, design of
digital filter structure (FIR), basics of spectrum analysis, Discrete Fourier Transformation, Fast Fourier Transformation
and Fundamentals of TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) systems. The subject contains line signals in time domain
and frequency domain, Shannon’s thesis, intersymbol interference, Nyquist criteria, Basics of FDM, TDM and WDM
transmission systems, laboratory: Fourier analysis. Other major guidelines are the following: description of periodic
signals in time domain and frequency domain, study of stochastic signals, system analysis in frequency and complex
frequency domain, analogue and digital modulation methods. The students will also get an overview about sampling
process, quantization, discrete-time systems, spectrum analysis, Discrete Fourier Transformation, Fast Fourier
Transformation, digital signal transmission via analogue transport channel.
48 Communication Technics III. (Signal processing) KHTHI31ANC
Dr. Tibor Wührl associate professor
The main topics belonging here are the following: principal summary: the basics of mathematical simulations, basics
of MATLAB, the summary of the source language programming, the generation of “”m”” source files; Basic principle
of design and simulation of direct structure digital filters (FIR, IIR); Bilinear- and discrete Laplace transformations. In
the focal point of the subject there are signal processing structures, overview of the DSP core commands, method of
number representation (fixed and floating point), the effects and their elimination of the phenomena of quantization
and overflow.
The course also covers granular nonlinearities, phenomena of limit cycles and their oppression, basics of wave digital
signal processing, and the conception of the passivity; software structures of digital signal processors. Other major
materials to study contain TIMER controlled DSP tasks, and sampling frequency, decimal and interpolate methods in
practice. Laboratory exercises include practice the MATLAB programming, preparing “”m”” files, matrix operations,
graphic surfaces; simulation of digital filters with MATLAB (transmission functions, impulse answer); design of digital
filters with MATLAP, simulation and performance of programmable structures. The students will also study simulation
of modulation and demodulation processes with MATLAB Programming of DSP demo card, developed and simulated
object programming into a signal processor with the help of MATLAB.
49 Telecommunication KHTTT11ANC
Dr. Zsolt Temesvári associate professor
The students will get an overview of basic definitions, level terms, transfer attenuations, reflexion-, symmetry
attenuations, nonlinear circuits, measurements of harmonic-; inter modulation- and stochastic distortion. The
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46 Circuit Design KHTAT11ANC
András Dőring associate professor
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subject also contains noise definitions, noise factor and its measurement, psophometric noise measurement, noise
measurements in the analogue and digital channels. Other main topics belonging here are running time, phase
rotation, group delay time definitions and measurements methods, jitter and measurements, the characteristics of
the transmission lines (copper and optical). The students will also get a thorough notion of the basics of informatics
theory, signal element, spectrum, transmission methods of different information types, wave form and hybrid speech
coders, the characteristics of MPE, RPE, CELP coders, lossless and loss compression techniques in the field of video- and
streaming technology.
The course also covers channel coding, error indicator processes, ARQ process, block- and convolution coding. Laboratory
practice includes basic instrument practice with Agilent instruments, measurements of active and passive filters, cable
measurements, testing the transmission characteristics of telecommunication circuits, time and phase measurements,
testing patch cables, radio transmission measurement with spectrum analyser, simulation of transmission systems with
expanded spectrum (CDMA)Simulation of channel coding (Viterbi, Trellis, etc.) and simulation of failure exploratory
methods.
55 Infocommunication Networks I. KHTIH11ANC
Dr. József Beinschróth associate professor
In the focal point of the subject basic concepts, network architectures, questions of standards, OSI Reference Model,
layers, protocols, primitives and TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol) can be found. The students
will also have the chance to learn about layers and main features, comparing OSI and TCP/IP, the hybrid model, physical
layer, physical medium, baseband transmission and serial transmission. Other main topics to discuss are modems data
link layer, data link protocols, character and bit oriented procedures, media access layer and multiple access protocols.
56 Infocommunication Networks II. KHTIH21ANC
Dr. József Beinschróth associate professor
During the semester the following topics are introduced: network layer: basic concepts, transport directing algorithms,
congestion defended protocols, quality of services and interconnection of networks. The students will learn about
network layer of internet, transport layer, TCP (Transmission Control Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol),
application layer, classical application and web technologies. Other major issues to study include multimedia network
security, cryptography, IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), VPN (Virtual Private Network) and defence in boundary of
network.
58 Operating and Safety of Informatic Systems KHTIR11ANC
Dr. József Beinschróth associate professor
The course covers basic concepts, international, standard and technical solutions in IT security, threats against IT
systems, providing of IT Systems, designing of IT security, business continuity management, COBIT and ITIL Service
Desk, SLM incident and problem management, change and release management.
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
82 Data and Information Security KHTSV53ANC
Dr. Beinschróth József associate professor
Subject deals with basic concepts of data and information security and relevant international standards and technical
solutions. Business continuity management COBIT, ITIL Service, SLM Incidents and problem management are also
presented.
83 Mobile Communication KHTSV71ANC
Dr. Dóra Maros associate professor
From 2G (GSM) to 4G (LTE) systems and their radio propagation features and models are in the focus of the subject.
Mobile service quality (QoS) characterization and transmission parameters are also presented.
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46 Automatics KMAAZ11TNC
Aurél Vajda associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into setting of work-point of linear closed loop control systems, constant
value controlling systems and set point follower controlling systems, stability of complex control systems, A ‘Z’
transformation, stabilization and quality of sampled control systems under time and ‘Z’ domain. The course also covers
adaptive control systems, non-linear control systems, two and three level controllers and their block charts, technical
features of controllers, sensors and different generation of electrical transducers. Other major issues include digital
controllers and their applications, basics of pneumatics, different generation of electrical and pneumatic effectors and
parts of open loop control systems.
47 Embedded Systems KMABR11TNC
Gyula Zsom associate professor
The students will acquire the knowledge of basics of embedded systems and their applications field, applications of
micro controller in embedded systems, hardware questions and their development environments, software questions
and their development environments. Other main topics to discuss are applications of programming logics CPLD, FPGA,
basics of computer networks, OSI and TCP – IP models, protocols and their applications, types of servers and security
of computer networks. The course also deals with micro and board buses (RS232C, I2C, CAN, LIN Flexray), laboratory
exercises PIC microcontroller programming in assembly and C language, linear circuit testing considering stability and
other features, switching power supply testing, simulation of analogue and digital circuits.
48 Signal and Image Processing KMAJK11TANC
Dr. József Kohut associate professor
In the focal point of the subject there are features of deterministic signals under time, and amplitude domain, average
- like features of signals, periodic signals and their Fourier sequence, aperiodic signals and their Fourier transformation,
basics of sampling such as mathematical and physical sampling. The students will have the chance to study Fourier
spectrum in case of sampling, reconstruction of the original signal from regularly sampled one, irregular sampling and
un-overlapping filter. During the semester the students will examine theories of physical sampling, reconstruction of
sampled signals with filters and sampling and hold circuit, discrete Fourier transformation basics, effects of windowing
and methods of image.
49 Engineering Design KMAME11TNC
Károly Baka senior lecturer
The students will get a deep insight into features of electrical parts, resistors, capacitors and their catalogue data,
magnetic material, inductive parts, optoelectronic parts, passive parts, wires, strings, switches, connectors and plugs
and their features, 19” rack systems and their applications. The students will also get an overview about design methods
of printed circuit boards, PCB technologies and testing in case of multilayer design, grounding methods and power
supply of devices, shielding of devices, EMC and ESD questions, thermal design of devices and design of cooler part.
Other major materials to study include drawing of building, 3D charts using CAD systems, documentation of building
automation, block charts, cable lists, path lists. graphical phase diagrams, commonly used symbols and their usage in
case of CAD systems.
65 Automatic Manufacturing Systems I. KMAGY11ANC
Dr. György Schuster associate professor
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with structure of classical process control
computers, their peripherals and applied algorithms, classification of production systems, basic phenomenon and their
application fields. The course also covers subsystems of production systems, material handling subsystems, processing
subsystems, testing subsystems and subsystems of informatics. The students will also learn about structure and
machines of electrical and electronic production systems, front end and back end lines, SMT devices, re-flow ovens,
visual and RTG testers, ICT-s, FDL-s, etc., structure and machines of mechanical production systems. In the focal
point of the subject there are topics like CNC milling and lathe machines, cutting machines (laser, plasma, water jet),
integrated CNC chamber, etc., sensors and actuators, simple binary sensors, industrial robots, kinematic chain, driving
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system, control system and programming. The students will have the chance to study about flexible manufacturing
cell, laboratory exercise, and physical devices: pneumatic manipulator, traffic light, production machine controlled by
embedded controller, PLC and PC.
66 Automatic Manufacturing Systems II. KMAGY21ANC
Tamás Sándor senior lecturer
During the semester the students will deal with review of object oriented methodology, simulation methods, network
programming, soft computing methods (fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms) and application in case of
automatic production systems.
Other major topics include intelligent sensors (vibration sensors, vision modules, load sensors, etc), industrial robots
and intelligent sensors, mixed type production systems (ship yard, plane production), viewpoint for building them,
informatics of production systems and their connection to other information systems of the company.
Laboratory exercise contains TCP/IP programming using several protocols. RS232C, I2C (TWI), CAN bus, LIN bus
programming. Usage of FPGA (simple logical application, sequential application, soft processors) and usage of 32 bit
microcontrollers.
67 Automatic Manufacturing Systems Project I. KMAGP12ANC
Tamás Sándor senior lecturer
Students have to achieve an entire development process. They can work alone or in small groups. During the semester
they have to present their works twice. Task should be interdisciplinary it should contain electrical, software and
mechanical parts. Students should manufacture those devices. We consider it very important that documentation of
the project will be prepared.
Task can be a solvable problem in the laboratory, such as models, devices, machines or can be real industrial projects.
Institute has several ones for this goal in the Automatic Production Systems Laboratory.
68 Information Systems KMAIN11ANC
Tamás Sándor senior lecturer
The students will get a thorough notion about basics of database handling, data models and their normal forms, process
of normalization, SQL knowledge, DDL, DML, DQL, MSQL application in various systems and structure of distributed
systems.
The course also covers distributed system design, reliability questions of distributed systems, structure of an information
system in case of a company and their main parts, basic of data mining, basic of statistic, basic of statistical process
control. Other major guidelines are the following: phenomenon of statistical quality assurance, usual application,
structure of quality system of a company, role of integrated control systems in a company, test and review methods.
The students will also study periodically and non periodically reviews and their methods, information security and their
elements and control systems, application attachment in case of a given company.
69 Automatic Manufacturing Systems Project II. KMAPR22ANC
Tamás Sándor senior lecturer
Students have to achieve an entire development process. They can work alone or in small groups. During the semester
they have to present their works twice. Task should be interdisciplinary it should contain electrical, software and
mechanical parts. Students should manufacture those devices. We consider it very important that documentation of
the project will be prepared. Task can be a solvable problem in the laboratory, such as models, devices, machines or
can be real industrial projects. Institute has several ones for this goal in the Automatic Production Systems Laboratory.
Students have the opportunity to carry on with the previous semester project.
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
84 Intelligent Robotic Systems KMAIR11ANC
Dr. György Schuszter associate professor
The aim of the subject is students should have the opportunity to learn applications of industrial robots and their
features. The subject contains several case studies and smart solutions on industrial problems based on intelligent
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automation and application of robots. Additional topic is the protective features of industrial and non industrial robotics.
85 Object Oriented Methodology KMAOR11ANC
Dr. György Schuszter associate professor
This subject shows the main features of object oriented programming languages based on students’ software technology
knowledge. As a tool of this C++ programming language is to help and explain most common flavors of OOP. In the
second half of the semester an object oriented script language is introduced.
86 Real-time Operating Systems KMARO11ANC
Dr. György Schuszter associate professor
Real-time problems are almost the most common tasks of software and other kind of engineering. This subject intends
to show the main features of real-time problems and presents some of the most commonly used real-time operating
systems. Another aim is students should be able to handle at least one RT operating system in practice.
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Theory of
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4
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Theory of
Computing II.
5
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Mathematics
Final Exam
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Applied Probability
And Mathematical
Statistics
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pm 4
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Physics
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Engineering
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Economical and Human Knowledge
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Management
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pm 4
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Legal and Government Administrative Studies
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ex 4
11
3
1
pm 6
10
Basics of Profession
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Programming I.
3
2 ex 6
15
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16
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Programming III.
3 pm 3
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Modern Programming Language
2 pm 2
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Database
Management
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2 ex 4
15
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Engineering I.
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ex 3
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Engineering II.
21
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Digital Technology
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2 ex 4
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ex 3
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Computer
Architectures I.
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Computer
Architectures II.
29
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Operating Systems
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4 pm 5
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Introduction into
Embedded Systems
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Business Information Systems
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Informatics Security
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2 ex 4
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Formal Languages
and Automata
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ex 2
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Decision Support
Systems
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pm 2
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Techniques
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7
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Physical Education I.
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Education II.
2
pm
2
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Common and Optional Subject of
Specialisation
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NAMRA1SENC
Basics of Robotics
2
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NAMRK1SENC
Kinematics and
Dynamics of
Industrial Robots
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NAMRM1SENC Robotmechatronics
1
1
ex 3
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ex 2
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Application of
Robots
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Intelligent Robot
Systems
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NAMRI1SENC
Robot Control
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1
ex 3
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NAMMR1SENC Mobil Robots
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ex 3
Fuzzy Systems in
Engineering
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Basic MathematiNAMAM1SENC cal Methods in
Engineering
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Engineering Calculation Methods
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ex 2
1
ex 2
2
1
ex 3
1
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ex 2
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1
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ex – examination, pm – practice mark, ce – course examination, as - assignement
p - both the subject and the prerequisite can be choosen in the same semester
BASICS OF NATURAL SCIENCE
1 Calculus I. NAMAN1SEND
Dr. Endre Pap full professor
The aim of the course is to bring students coming from different secondary schools to the same level and to introduce
them to the bases of one-variable calculus.
The course material is based on revision of secondary school material, numbers, algebraic formulae, equations and inequalities, functions, graphs of functions, function analysis, elementary functions, trigonometry, sequences and series,
limits and continuity of functions, differentiating, numerical and symbolic derivation, applications.
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2 Calculus II. NAMAN2SEND
Dr. Endre Pap full professor
3 Introduction to the Theory of Computing I. NAMBS1SEND
Dr. János Fodor full professor
The aim of the course is to acquire the basic concepts of analytic geometry and linear algebra which are necessary for
students’ further studies and for the common applications.
The course material includes Cartesian coordinate systems, vectors and vector operations, scalar and vector product,
equations of straight lines and planes, linear transformations, matrices and matrix operations, linear independence,
rank, inverse matrices and transformations, systems of linear equations and their solution, eigenvectors and eigenvalues.
4 Introduction to the Theory of Computing II. NAMBS2SEND
Dr. János Fodor full professor
The aim of the course is to improve the abilities of students in concept formulation, abstraction, problem solving by
means of becoming acquainted with the basic topics of finite mathematics and using them in problem solving and
model creation. The course material is the following: sets, set-operations, Boole-algebra, relations, equivalence classes,
partial ordering, elements of combinatorcs (permutations, combinations), proof by induction, graphs, trees, applications, propositional and predicate logic and algebraic structures.
5 Mathematics Final Exam NAMMS1SEND
Dr. Imre Rudas full professor
A final exam which checks students’ comprehensive knowledge of the first year’s mathematical subjects, such as calculus, linear algebra, and discrete mathematics.
6 Applied Probability and Mathematical Statistics NAMVS1SEND
Dr. Ágota Cserjés associate professor
The aim of the course is to give an introduction to probability and mathematical statistics, to discuss basic concepts, to
develop problem-solving skills; it provides an insight into the possibilities of practical application.
The course material contains axioms of probability, conditional probability, Bayes’s theorem, independent events, geometrical probability. Discrete and continuous random variables, discrete and continuous distributions. Error estimation,
Bernoulli’s theorem, central limit theorem.
The students will also learn about descriptive statistics, basic concepts, sample statistics, point estimation, confidence
intervals, hypothesis testing, hypotheses for normal distribution, non-parametric methods, correlation and regression.
7 Basics of Information Systems NIRIA1SEND
Dr. László Kutor associate professor
Presentation is one of the most important determining factors and theoretical basic concepts of the information technology. The core material is divided into the subject and place of the IT in the science, features of data process, analogue
and digital computation, Von Neumann architecture, coding basics, information representation (digits, numbers, characters, pictures, and music).
The students will also have the chance to study minimum redundancy thesis, dictionary based data compression, code
tables, adaptive compression, fault-tolerant systems (SED-SEC, Hamming code). During the seminars MATLAB will be
presented in order to link their mathematical knowledge with the most important engineering software of the world.
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The aim of the course is to acquire the basic concepts and techniques of calculus of one- and multi-variable functions
according to the international trends and requirements of information specialist training. The course material consists
of indefinite and definite integral and its meaning, symbolic and numerical integration, applications, plane- and space
curves, differentiation and extrema of multi-variable functions, function series, integration of two-variable functions
and its applications, concept of differential equations and solution with symbolic and numerical methods and examples
of application.
8 Physics KVEFI1SEND
Dr. János Orosz associate professor
CSE
The course covers fluids at rest: pressure, pressure gauges, surface tension, Archimedean principle, fluid sin motion:
Bernoulli’s equation and its applications, laminar flow and turbulent flow, viscosity, the working fluid, heat, work and
the system. Other major materials to study include state equations, The First Law, reversible and irreversible processes,
Carnot’s cycle, the heat engine and the heat pump, The Second Law and entropy.
9 Electrical Engineering KVEVI1SEND
Dr. Sándor Bognár associate professor
In the framework of this subject the students are presented the basic elements of the electrical circuits, structure and
characteristics of the active and passive circuit elements, semiconductors, the basic laws, relations of electrical engineering, semiconductor’s techniques: diode, transistors, DIAC, TRIAC. Rectifiers: 1 and 2 ways rectifying.
ECONOMICAL AND HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
10 Economics I-II. GGTKG0SEND
Dr. András Medve associate professor
The purpose of the economic and business environment. Business-types. Construction of individual and collective enterprises operating characteristics. Value-creating processes in businesses. General characteristics of firms producing
products and services. Profile, operating performance capacity, lead time, production systems. Organizational forms
and applications. Main features of the single-line and multi-line organization and management. Competitive activities, marketing the business. Market strategy. Resources used in the value-creation process. Utilization and economy
of means. Human resource requirements planning, management and governance issues. Costing Basics. Cost planning
and calculation. Ecology and measurement. Investment in the venture. Economically analyzing investments. Production management and economics. Financial and earnings position of the company management. Logistics activities and
controlling.
11 Business Economics GSVVG0SEND
Dr. György Kadocsa associate professor
The content of managerial activities, activity elements. The decision as center of activity elements. Decision models.
The relationship between managers and subordinates. Management style - management types. Organizational operations, organizational forms. The effective manager. Key managerial disciplines, strategy, marketing, project, innovation,
quality assurance. Responsibilities of the management environment. Conflict and crisis management. Key objectives
of human resource management. The functions of the Human Resources Manager. The manager and the corporate culture. Managerial aptitude, communication skills, personality development and testing. Psychology creation, creation of
technical methods. Case studies of decision and responsibility for the decision and emotion - the topic of morality. Job
Hunting, interviews practical demonstrations.
12 Management GVMME0SEND
Dr. István Szűts associate professor
The content of managerial activities, activity elements. The decision as center of activity elements. Decision models.
The relationship between managers and subordinates. Management style - management types. Organizational operations, organizational forms. The effective manager. Key managerial disciplines, strategy, marketing, project, innovation,
quality assurance. Responsibilities of the management environment. Conflict and crisis management. Key objectives
of human resource management. The functions of the Human Resources Manager. The manager and the corporate culture. Managerial aptitude, communication skills, personality development and testing. Psychology creation, creation of
technical methods. Case studies of decision and responsibility for the decision and emotion - the topic of morality. Job
Hunting, interviews practical demonstrations.
13 Legal and Government Administrative Studies GGTJA1SEND
Dr. István Csillag associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the history, development and social role of the law, state and law, the concept
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of law, the legal system and the types of law, hierarchy of sources of law, the concept, validity and effect of the legislation, the legal capacity and certain groups of entities. In the focal point of the subject there are topics like the place
and role of the Constitution in the Hungarian legal system, the social relationships governed by the Constitution, the
fundamental citizens’ rights and obligations, groupings of public bodies and their main task and authority, the national
and local bodies of legislation and enforcement. The subject also deals with the task and authority of the Parliament,
the government and the local governments, the judicial authorities, the courts and the prosecutors.
CSE
BASICS OF PROFESSION
14 Programming I. NSTPR1SEND
Dr. Szabolcs Sergyán associate professor
Introduction to the principles and methods of structured and object oriented programming. Introduction to an object
oriented programming language. Main competencies: Concepts of algorithms, flow controls. Methods and tools of algorithm description. Data structures. Basic programming procedures: sequence calculation, decision, selection, linear
search, counting, maximum selection.
Complex programming procedures: copy, assorting, intersection, union. Elementary sorting algorithms: selection sort,
bubble sort, insertion sort. Binary search. Set methods. Recursive algorithms, quicksort and merge sort. Elements of the
object oriented paradigm: object, class, connections between classes. Features of the object oriented methodology: encapsulation, data hiding, inheritance, polymorphism, code regeneration. Textbooks:- T.H. Cormen, C.E. Leiserson, R.L.
Rivest, C. Stein: Introduction to Algorithms. (3rd edition) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009 - A. Troelsen:
Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Apress; 5 edition (May 14, 2010).
15 Programming II. NSTPR2SEND
Dr. Szabolcs Sergyán associate professor
Outline of programming paradigms. Constructors in inheritance. Methods hiding. Inheritance and ancestor references.
Polymorphism. Abstract class and interface. Iterators. Components. Operator overloading. Exception handling. Generics.Advanced sort algorithms. Dynamic array. Simple and one directional sorted linked list. Other evaluation of linked
lists. Evaluation of queue and stack. Binary search tree. Red-black tree. B-tree. Heaps. Directed and undirected graphs.
Spanning trees, Kruskal algorithms. Graph walks. Path searching. Determination of connected components. Topological
sort. Hash tables. Textbooks: - D. Clark: Beginning C# Object-Oriented Programming. Apress, 2011 - A. Troelsen: Pro C#
2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Apress; 5 edition (May 14, 2010).
16 Programming III. NSTPR3SEND
Dr. Zoltán Vámossy associate professor
Revision and practice using OOP. Introduction to the .NET framework: managed code, Intermediate Language, native
code, memory management, garbage collection. Introduction to the .NET Class library, its namespaces, basic classes
and components. Usage of simple controls and events, designing a Graphical User Interface, arranging controls. MDI
application development. Delegates and events. File and stream management for different types of storage, synchronous and asynchronous operations. Graphical possibilities using the System.Drawing namespace. Performing tasks using timer-based animation. Using and creating DLL files. Textbook: A. Troelsen: Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform,
Apress; 5 edition (May 14, 2010).
17 Modern Programming Language NSTMP1SEND
Dr. László Erdődi senior lecturer
Introduction to the Object-Oriented Programming Paradigm and related technologies using the Java programming
language. Creating and using objects (fields, constructors, methods, getter-setter pattern) and classes. Visibility and
encapsulation. Implementation of inheritance. Access levels. Using packages. Abstract classes and interfaces. Using the
built-in class library. Exception handling. Developing console applications. Developing web applications. Introduction
to dynamically generated web pages based on HTML and HTTP. Creating Java servlets: Model-View-Controller design,
life-cycle of servlets, parameter handling (POST and GET method), text and binary output generation, session handling
(cookies, hidden fields, parameterized URL, session API). Introduction to JavaServer Pages: syntax, directives, runtime
compilation, request dispatching. Textbook: B. Spell: Pro Java Programming, Apress; 2nd edition, (2000).
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18 Database Management NSTAB0SEND
Dr. Domonkos Tikk associate professor
Lectures: Data, information and information processing. Goal-oriented information processing. Consecutive and nonconsecutive file structures. Database oriented information processing. Data modeling. Entities, attributes, relationships. Data independency, DDL, DML. Database administration. Database management models. The hierarchical, the
nested, and the relational approach. Using the relational model. Anomalies, normalization. Relational algebra, calculus. SQL, extended tools. The EER model. Object-oriented databases. Deductive systems, knowledge bases. Database
architectures. Client-server architectures. Distributed systems. Data security and safety. Data authentication. Physical,
procedural, algorithmic protection. User and partner identification. Encoding, decoding. Message authentication. Accessing protection. Digital signature. Newest demands. OLTP, OLAP, ROLAP, MOLAP. Data warehouses, data marts.
Data mining. Lab sessions: The students learn how to plan, construct and query databases, and how to program in an
interactive and embedded way on the ORACLE platform.Other topics include: database planning, normalization (0NF,
1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF), anomalies. Using the SQL*Plus interactive environment in the ORACLE system. Queries using
the SQL SELECT statement. Joining the tables, subqueries. DML commands, database transactions. DDL commands,
creating tables, data types, constraints, views.DCL statements, handling the authorities. PL/SQL blocks, control constructions, complex data constructions, cursors, ROWID. Handling exceptions, sub-programs, triggers, applications.
Textbook:- K. Loney, Oracle Database 10g: The Complete Reference, Osborne (2004)
19 Software Engineering I. NSTST1SEND
Dr. József Tick associate professor
The lectures’ aim is to present the fundamental paradigms of Software Engineering, especially the methods of software design and development, focused on object-oriented and component based techniques. The lectures cover the
following topics: the basics of software engineering, software development paradigms, traditional life cycle models,
early methodologies of OO software development (OOD, RDD, OOAD, OMT), object-based modelling, Unified Modelling Languages, the models of UML, software development with UML, UML profiles, Model Driven Architecture, Design Patterns, the Rational Unified Process. Compulsory textbooks: I. Sommerville: Software Engineering, 8th edition,
Pearson Education Limited, England 2007. R. S. Pressman: Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach 6th edition,
McGraw-Hill, New York 2005.
20 Software Engineering II.NSTST2SEND
Dr. Zoltán Vámossy associate professor
The laboratory sessions consist of two parts: the first part provides training the skills of software development by UML
and RUP in teamwork, to learn the best practice in application development by case-tools. The second part introduces
new technologies of .Net framework: using attributes and reflection, shows application development using lambda
expressions and LINQ, XLINQ and LINQ to Entities, introduces the ADO.NET Entity Framework, its structure and data
modelling (EDM). In the framework of the course the students study application development for data manipulation
(update, insert) using Database Engine Queries, entities and associations, process management: starting processes
from static methods and objects, usage of the Enable Raising Events and Has Exited properties, thread management:
initialization, priority, state, state transition diagram for background and foreground threads. The course also deals with
grouping of threads: Thread Pool, introduction to thread-synchronization problems (locking, monitoring, and waiting),
parallel algorithms: Parallel.For. Recommended textbooks are the following: I. Sommerville: Software Engineering, 8th
edition, Pearson Education Limited, England 2007.R. S. Pressman: Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach 6th
edition, McGraw-Hill, New York 2005. A. Troelsen: Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Apress; 5 edition (May 14,
2010).
21 Technical Final Exam NSTSS1SEND
Dr. László Csink associate professor
A final exam which checks students’ comprehensive knowledge on software engineering and digital technology courses: Programming I-III, Software Engineering I-II, Digital Technology and Digital systems.
22 Control Engineering NIRIT0SEND
Dr. László Nádai associate professor
Theory: Open loop control system, closed loop systems, linear, time-invariant, continuous control systems, Block diagrams, some illustrative examples. Modelling Formulation of equation of Linear electrical, mechanical systems. Use of
Laplace-transform, Transfer function, concepts of state variable modelling. Block diagram representation signal flow
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graphs and associated algebra, characteristics equation. Time Domain Analysis Typical test - input signal, Transient response of the first and second order systems. Time domain specifications, Dominant closed loop poles of higher order
systems. Steady state error and coefficients. Pole-zero location and stability. Frequency Domain Analysis Closed loop
frequency response, bode plots, stability and loop transfer function. Frequency response specification relative stability,
relation between time and frequency response for second order systems. Series compensations.
Theory: Introduction to digital technology, digital signals views. Logical circuit one and two variable, Boolean algebra,
ways to describe logic functions. Minimization of logic functions. Combination Logic members, decoders, multiplexers,
comparators. Sequential logic circuits, flip-flop, shift registers, counters, memories. Basics of Computer Science, the
internal layout of your computer. Fundamentals of microprocessor technology. Single microcomputers. Laboratory:
Basics of VHDL language and schematic design. Designing, creating and simulating one and two variables logical circuits width CAD software. Design of complex logical and sequential circuits.
24 Electronics NIREL0SEND
Dr. László Nádai associate professor
Nowadays, the mostly digital world also requires a basic knowledge of analogue circuits. In this course the students will
learn about the basic principles of analogue circuits design and operation. The students will examine discrete components such as resistors, capacitors, diodes and transistors as well as integrated components such as operational amplifiers. In addition, the students will become familiar with the operation of basic electronic circuits
25 Digital Systems NIRDR0SEND
Dr. András Molnár associate professor
Theory: There has been a tremendous development in digital circuits over the past 3 decades, and there are a number
of approaches for implementation of digital circuits. This course intends to give a background on digital electronics. The
course will cover various circuit families, including diode-transistor logic (DTL), transistor-transistor logic (TTL), NMOS,
and CMOS logic. In addition, various other circuits used in digital world will be covered. These include regenerative
circuits, Schmitt-triggers, integrated circuits, RAMs, ROMs. The second part of this course is an introduction to VHDL
programming: VHDL – Overview, Concepts of VHDL, Modularity and Hierarchy, VHDL Language and Syntax, VHDL
Structural Elements, Data Types, Operators, Concurrent and Sequential statements, Synthesis, Example codes.
26 Fundamentals of Computer Architectures I. NIRSA1SEND
Dr. Péter Broczkó associate professor
The lectures present relevant knowledge about instruction level architectures and the microarchitecture of traditional
Neumann computers. The material presented is based on the design space approach. Case examples and major trends
will be given to illustrate the evolution. Major topics include: Computational models, programming languages and
architectures. Data based computational models, the von Neumann computational model, and data flow computational model. The concept of computer architecture and different levels of abstraction. The students will also study
main dimensions of the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA), memory space and register space. data types, operations,
operand-types, instruction formats, addressing methods, user visible status characteristics, operations, and introduction to processor architectures. In the framework of this subject students are presented centralized and decentralized
control, execution units, basics of bus-systems, alternatives of organizing bus operations, signal systems, classes of bus
systems, parallel and serial buses, speed limit of parallel buses, basic characteristics of parallel and serial buses (FSB,
PCI, PCIe, HT, QPI). The core material contains programmed I/O, memory mapped I/O, DMA, I/O channel, the interrupt system, operation of DRAMs, types of DRAMs (SDRAM, DDR, DDR2, DDR3), characteristics of DIMMs (UDIMM,
RDIMM, ECC), architecture and principle of operation of a hypothetical computer.
27 Advanced Computer Architectures NIRKA1SEND
Dr. Péter Broczkó associate professor
Main objective of the presented material is to identify decisive aspects and main steps of the evolution of advanced
processor and system architectures. The subject discussed is based on the design space approach, emphasizing main
aspects and options for each step of the evolution as well as major trends identified. Many case examples illustrate the
material presented. Main competences aimed at include classes of multicore and manycore processors, sub-classes of
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23 Digital Technology NIRDT0SEND
Dr. András Molnár associate professor
CSE
homogeneous multicore processors. Main aspects of the implementation of recent multicore processors, such as power
management, alternative implementations of the turbo boost technology, processor level support of the virtualization,
alternative ways to achieve cache coherency, basics of the remote management of processors. Implementation aspects
and examples of manycore processors. Main classes of heterogeneous ad-on processors. Heterogeneous master-slave
processors. Execution paradigm and micro-architecture of GPGPU-s. Main dimensions of platforms. Implications of
increasing core counts to system architecture. Main steps of the evolution of Intel’s, AMD’s, IBM’s, ARM’s processor and
system architectures, case examples.
28 Fundamentals of Computer Architectures II. NIRSA2SEND
Dr. Péter Broczkó associate professor
The lectures provide an overview about main classes of parallel architectures such as: pipeline, superscalar and VLIW
processors. The material presented is based on the design space approach. Case examples and the identification of major trends concerning the evolution enhance the lectures. Major topics include levels of the utilized parallelism, Flynn’s
and an updated classification of architectures, data, control and resource dependencies and basic methods of their
handling, preserving sequential consistency, pipelined processors, superscalar processors of 1st, 2nd and 3rd generation
and ISA enhancements (MMX, SSE, etc.).
The students will also learn about layout alternatives of caches, 2-3 level cache-hierarchies, optimum size of caches,
trends, examples, VLIW and EPIC architectures, thread-level parallel, fine and coarse-grained, and SMT architectures,
process-level parallel architectures and motherboards. Objectives of the lab exercises are the following: to give an overview of major processor architectures, registers and instructions, execution mechanisms of machine-level programs,
their connection to operating systems, basics of compilers, structure of executable files (architecture of .COM and .EXE
files). Writing simple sequential programs, iterations and input/output operations, writing programs for calculations,
data conversations and simulations, displaying and programming of peripheral equipment (displaying graphical elements, handling of serial and parallel ports) belong to the requirements of the course.
29 Operating Systems NIROP0SEND
Dr. András Rövid associate professor
The main tasks of the operating systems are evolution of the components and its appearance in the popular operating systems (Windows, Unix, and Linux versions). The students can use command line tools and different operating
systems in the lab. The Linux system is the primary platform for the exercises; however, certain areas of the Windows
system solutions will be presented too. Key skills for students to acquire: operating systems architecture, main operating system features and modules (process and thread management, scheduling, memory management, i/o and file
management, communication between processes), the factors of development, and the need and opportunities to
standardize the adapter interfaces, solutions in the widely used operating systems.
30 Computer Networks NIRSH0SEND
Dr. Miklós Kozlovszky associate professor
The students are introduced to the structure and operation principals of computer networks. They learn about basic
terms, implementation principals and methods and reference models. The students acquire knowledge of TCP/IP family, structure of internet, addressing scheme, IP protocol, and its directions of further development, and finally the
operation of basic protocols which provide the basic functionality of the modern internet. The students learn about the
basic physical transmissions medium in computer networks and its operating modes and features. They get an overview
of computer networks, operating methods, application possibilities and the expected performance.
Key competencies for students to reach: Network reference models, Internet principles, the addressing and name
handling policies, the IP protocol operating mode, the connection-free and connection-oriented characteristic of data
transfer and transport protocols. Local network techniques, Ethernet networks, switching and routing, Wide area network technologies.
31 Introduction into Embedded Systems NIRBR1SEND
Dr. András Molnár associate professor
Students are introduced to modern embedded systems. ARM-based C # .Net programmable environment device. The
practice provides a link between the “”classical”” programming and the target hardware. The course starts from a “”hello world””-type program to complex computer games and by different simulations guides the students in hardware and
software applications. Key skills for students to possess: hardware-based programming, use of peripheral devices, use
of sensory data, graphical LCD programming, touch screen use, CCD camera using solid-state storage devices. The exercise involves the preparation of the hardware components and appropriate program creation. The students will come
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into contact with peripherals and software modules necessary for their operation relationship which is essential to any
writing program of embedded systems.
32 Intelligent Systems NIRIR0SEND
Dr. László Kutor associate professor
33 Enterprise Information Systems NSTVI1SEND
Dr. László Erdődi senior lecturer
Ground Concepts: information system, IT, IT resources and their classification, requirements against information and IP.
External Information Model: customers, suppliers, the financial sector, government, typical data flows. Goods, Stock in
Hand: changes, typical flows, the data model. Customers, Suppliers: fundamental concepts, activities, the data model.
Service of Customers: quotation, order, business transactions, data model, and relations to other subsystems. Procurement: request for proposal, order, business transactions, data model, and relations to other subsystems. Invoicing:
preparing an invoice, invoice processing, returning goods, connected tasks, data model, relations with other subsystems. Financial Issues: accounts receivable and payable, connected tasks, data model, relations to other subsystems.
Service Functions of the System: event based/time based functions, risks and controls, user roles. Communicating with
Partners: Paper – based, EDI, E-business. The History of IS’s: from the isolated subsystems to the integrated standard
systems, HW/SW background.
34 Modelling of Business Information Systems NSTVI2SEND
Dr. László Erdődi senior lecturer
Project work gives a base to this course. The students acquire practice in teamwork, in designing business processes and
related data models and subsystems. They will focus on decomposition of a system to functional subsystems, allocating subsystems to teams, designing business processes relating to the subsystems, design of the data models of the
subsystems, design of relations among subsystems, design of procedures and inputs, design of input control, design of
outputs, tools to be used for design: process modelling software (e.g. ARIS or Signavio), or a CASE tool.
35 Fundamentals of Informatics Security NIRIB0SEND
Dr. Valéria Póser associate professor
An overview of the history of information security. Ethical issues, the importance of developing policy. Motivations,
targets. Symmetric encryption methods (DES, 3DES, AES). Asymmetric encryption methods (RSA), authentication,
digital signature. MAC. Hash functions (MD4, MD5, SHA1). Block cipher modes of operation (ECB, CBC, CFB, OFB, CTR).
Message Authentication (CBC MAC). Hash functions-based MAC functions. The basics of the protection networks. Use
and configuration the firewalls, fine tuning. Intrusion detection, IDS/IPS. Internet security protocols (SSL, TLS). Scan of
foreign computers, vulnerability testing. Secure communications. Secure mail and data storage (PGP). Key exchange
protocols, authentication. Viruses, virus protection. Password control of operating systems. Password choice problems,
password decryption. Dictionary-based password break, brute force, the properties of a good password, password recovery programs.
36 Formal Languages and Automata NSTFN1SEND
Dr. László Csink associate professor
Fundamentals of formal languages. Formal grammars and their normal forms. The Chomsky hierarchy. Deterministic and nondeterministic finite automata. Recursivity. Bar-Hillel theorems, Kleene theorem, MyHill-Nerode theorem.
Context-free languages. Compliers. Recursive languages. Syntactical analysis using special grammars (LL, LR). Turing
machines. Programming with a Turing machine. Applications of finite automata: lexical analysis, pattern recognition.
String matching with an automaton. Textbook: J. Hopcroft, R. Motwani, and J. Ullman: Automata Theory, Languages,
and Computation (3rd edition), Addison-Wesley, 2007.
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Definition and measurement of intelligence (IQ, EQ). Biological intelligence. Machine intelligence (sensing, knowledge, learning, data process, execution, communication). Biological and technical sensors. Knowledge representation,
machine learning. First-order logic, semantic networks. Problem solving solutions (distributed, concentrated). Biology
based information process (artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms) Agent technology basics and
solutions. Neural network design and implementation. Expert systems, decision support systems. Mobile robots and
navigation, satellite positioning.
CSE
37 Decision Support Systems NSTDR1SEND
Dr. László Csink associate professor
The goal is to make students able to analyze problems using DSS and BI tools.Main topics: Fundamentals of decision
theory, its main processes, history of decision support systems (DSS). Typical services and technology of DSS, group
DSS, online analytical processing (OLAP), expert systems, learning systems, and data mining. Effective business intelligence systems. Creative computer software. Idea processing systems. Knowledge extraction tools. Analytical processing systems, corporate planning. Knowledge discovery software, business intelligence software. Data mining products,
marketing decision makers. Financial intelligence. Textbook: J. E. Aronson et al: Decision Support and Business Intelligence Systems (8th Ed.), Prentice Hall, 2007
38 Infocommunication Techniques NIRIK1SEND
Dr. Miklós Kozlovszky associate professor
The basics of telecommunication: fundamentals of telecommunications networks, voice / speech transmission, network
topologies. Technological background knowledge. Physical Basics: wired and wireless transmission media features. Evolution of microelectronics, optical transmission and radio access. Broadcasting fundamentals. Access of IP networks by
telecommunication or cable-TV networks. Voice transmission data networks (VoIP). Mobile communication systems
(cellular networks, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS and further developments, satellite systems, stand-by systems. Backbone
techniques (P / SDH, ngSDH, OTN), as well as their development trends.
SUPPLEMENTARY SUBJECTS
41 Physical Education I. GTSTESTNEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
Aim of the subject: to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy way of
living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the branches
and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute
42 Physical Education II. GTSTESTNEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
Aim of the subject: to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy way of
living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the branches
and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
COMMON AND OPTIONAL SUBJECT OF SPECIALISATION
50 Basics of Robotics NAMRA1SENC
Dr. Attila Bencsik associate professor
Classification of robots, industrial robots characteristics. Mobile robots, industrial robots, direct and indirect manipulators, master-slave systems. The basic concepts of robotics: Kinematic motion-space, work-space, coordinate systems. Basic principles of arm mechanisms, mechanical, manipulative and robotic aspects. Key elements of enforcement
mechanisms. Technical implementation of degrees of freedom, characteristics and scope of the executive elements of
the shoots. Direct and indirect drives, gearboxes. Measuring systems for robots. Internal and external sensors, the control aspects of design requirements. General tasks of industrial robot control: position control and tracking control and
its requirements. Opportunities for teaching robots, their characteristics.
51 Kinematics and Dynamics of Industrial Robots NAMRK1SENC
Dr. Jozsef Tar full professor
Translation and rotation group properties. Discrete, continuous, and Lie groups. Group-algebra, tangent space, generators, Lie algebra Jacobi identity, representations of Lie groups. The rotation group representations: orthogonal matrices
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kvaternio-algebra, spinors. The homogeneous matrix representation. Robots open kinematic chaisn, general coordinates. Denavit-Hartenberg convention. The Jacobi matrix. Kinematic singularities, the Gram-Schmidt method, redundant robot arms, generalized inverse, some special kinematic structure. Newton axioms, Lagrange function. The Hamilton’s principle. Euler-Lagrange equations, generalized forces and their physical meaning. The dynamic model set up
by measurements and homogeneous transformations, the generalized inertia matrix. The internal symmetries of mechanical systems: Legendre transformation, Hamilton-function, canonical coordinates. Closed mechanical system of
internal symmetries. The symplectic groups and symplectic geometry. Symplectic basis, symplectic algorithms, phase
current, Poisson brackets, symmetry conservation principles, Liouville theorem.
CSE
52 Robotmechatronics NAMRM1SENC
Dr. Attila Bencsikassociate professor
The classification of mechatronics, its characteristics in industrial robots: basics of arm mechanisms , integrated elements of mechanical systems in manipulation, robotics point of view. Implementing elements and their application in
the mechatronics robot drives. Engines in service robotics, construction requirements. Proportional servo drives and
mechatronic systems for electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic enforcement agencies. Industrial robot grippers. Mechatronic units in the ends of the enforcement mechanism. Robots Monitoring: Internal and external sensors, construction,
information technology requirements, designs under the control requirements. The robot’s technical structure: According to the requirements of mechatronics, control-related hardware components. The practice themes: TINA-based
computer simulation program practices.
53 Application of Robots NAMRL1SENC
Dr. Attila Bencsik associate professor
Types of industrial robots according to the application criteria. Terms of robotization. Technical requirements to the
technology, welding, handling, painting, assembly areas. Requirements in connection with an industrial robot. Faculty mechanisms, mechanisms and mechanical systems integrated components, manipulative skills, requirements of
robotic features. Economics of robotization introduction. Other aspects of robot selection: human and material, links
to other elements of the technological system. Industrial robot grippers based on the robot application. Robots measurement systems, information requirements and control requirements of the application. Electrical, pneumatic and
hydraulic-powered robots in a variety of technologies and services. The industrial robot according to the characteristics
of the service and maintenance systems. Case studies in the area of application of industrial robots.
54 Intelligent Robot Systems NAMIR1SENC
Dr. Gyula Hermann associate professor
Interactive relationship with the environment. Intelligent sensor systems at a glance, what makes the robot intelligent?
Potential amalgamation of different sensor systems. Robotic Vision Systems, description of basic methods: laser-eye
stereo camera, ultrasonic systems, infrared systems and triangulation. Basic problems of mobile robots: path planning,
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navigation (known and unknown environments), map making, obstacles (static and dynamic) avoidance. Marker-based
position measurement is based, intelligent markers. Cooperation of mobile robots (description and basic problem of
multi agent environment). Central and distributive management funds.
CSE
55 Robot Control NAMRI1SENC
Dr. Imre Rudas full professor
Kinematic control: control for position: independent axis control, track control. Dynamic control: calculated torquebased control; feedforward control; control for the force: hybrid position-force control. Traditional adaptive control:
sliding control; Adaptive controls: Lyapunov’s second method, Barbalat’s lemma. Adaptive inverse dynamics; Slotine
and Li algorithm; adaptive Slotine-Li algorithm. Soft computing contol: fuzzy robot control, neural network-based control (perceptron, Kohonen networks, Hopfield network, Elman network, CNN). Adaptive control based on fixed point
transformations and SVD method. Topics of the practices: setting up special, simple models; PID-like trajectory control;
Investigating the effect of Stribeck-type friction and backlash model for the quality of the control; DC motor model;
servo controlled differential cylinder drive-based model. Comparison of classical and new adaptive methods by numerical examples.
56 Mobile Robots NAMMR1SENC
Dr. Zoltán Vámossy associate professor
Robotized systems: objectives, functions and general structure. Mobile robots: wheeled robots, CLAWAR machines.
Static and dynamic stability of motion. Manipulation of objects in the workspace: description of tasks. Relative transformations in the working area. The use of visual information for determination of relative position. Track controls:
Rough path planning methods: the use of GVD for path planning. Neural-based path planning. Fine-level path planning:
interpolated motion. The use splines. Linear interpolation with parabolic transitions. Robot navigation: external sensors. The use visual information. Optical properties and applications of the PAL. Image processing techniques and basic
concepts: morphological algorithms, rank order filters, noise filtering. Edge detection for split and merge edges. Pattern
recognition methods. Determination of area, perimeter, torque and crankshaft.
57 Fuzzy Systems in Engineering NAMFR1SENC
Dr. Márta Takács associate professor
The role of logic in engineering systems. Bivalent, multivalent and fuzzy logic in decision-making. Fuzzy sets and operations. Rules and fuzzy models. Mamdani and Takagi-Sugeno models. Inference systems working in virtue of new
operations. Matlab environment. Simulink environment. Matlab fuzzy environment. Contol models in Matlab fuzzy
environment. Economic models.
58 Basic Mathematical Methods in Engineering NAMAM1SENC
Dr. Ágota Cserjés associate professor
Abstract spaces; optimum search under constraints; curve fitting for measurement data or data from tables; the Legendre transformation: variable substitution in multivariate functions: switchover to directly measurable quantities in
thermodynamics: the introduction of the thermodynamic potentials. Declaration of the Hamiltonian and the canonical
equations of motion in classical mechanics. Tensor fields in ordinary three-dimensional physical Euclidean space and its
internal symmetries, bases of the group theory; real SVD and HOSVD and its geometric interpretation; Lyapunov function; Barbalat’s lemma; Pontryagin’s optimal controller, Hamiltonian; robust control, sliding control; the SVD-based
adaptive control.
59 Engineering Calculation Methods NAMMS1SENC
Dr. Ágota Cserjés associate professor
The Engineering Calculation Methods’ content, objective and tools. A brief overview of the applied information technology (hardware/software) and mathematical methods, and the fields of application. Computer-oriented numerical
methods. Fundamental architectures and programming features. The floating-point arithmetic standard. Numerical
methods of linear algebra, discretization methods, FEM (Finite element method). The effects of floating point arithmetic to the achievable accuracy and numerical stability. Arithmetic elements of the interval. Computer architectures
and efficient numerical algorithms. Numerical software. Software standards and libraries (BLAS, LAPACK, etc). Special
numerical and symbolic software packages (MATLAB, Scilab, Derive, Maple, etc). The graphical display techniques and
devices. Simulation techniques. Monte Carlo methods, simulation languages, SIMULINK elements. Case study.
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Ecology
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Chemistry I.
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Physics I.
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Law for Engineers
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Machines of Industrial Technologies I.
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Visual
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Colour Studies and
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Physical Education I.
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3D Product Design I.
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Computer Aided
Product Design
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Product Construction And Design
In The Clothing
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74
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Finishing
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Common Subjects of Specialisation
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Methodology of
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Textiles and Interior Specialisation
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Textile and Interior
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Textile and Interior
Design Technology I.
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Design Materials
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Paper and Packaging
Technology I.
65
RMTPT2AVNC
Paper and Packaging
Technology II.
66
RMTPA1AVNC
Paper and Packaging Materials and
Testing I.
67
RMTPA2AVNC
Paper and Packaging Materials and
Testing II.
2
2 pm 5
34
2
1
1
2 ex 5
62
2 pm 2
64
ex 3
1
1 pm 2
1
1
ex 3 66
ex – examination, pm – practice mark, ce – course examination, as - assignement
p - both the subject and the prerequisite can be choosen in the same semester
BASICS OF NATURAL SCIENCE
1 Mathematics I. RMKMA1ATNC
Dr. Vilmos Zoller professor
The aim of the course is to introduce the logical and set theoretical marks as well as with the help of the concepts of
real line, series, real functions and convergence to build up the single-variable differential and integral calculus to such
a level that will enable the students to manage the technical, mathematical, physical problems that will occur in their
later studies.
2 Mathematics II. RMKMA2ATNC
Dr. Vilmos Zoller professor
In the framework of this subject the students are presented the introduction of complex numbers, the most important
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ordinary differential equations and the structure of their solutions, the most basic concepts of linear algebra and
the vector geometry of the three-dimensional Euclidean space. The core material also examines the structure of the
convergence concept of the n-dimensional Euclidean space and the differential calculus of multivariable functions,
geometric questions related to smooth curves and surfaces, the description of the basic concepts of mathematical
statistics and construction of regression lines.
3 Ecology RMKOK1ATNC
Dr. Bayoumi Hamuda Hosam Eldin A.F. associate professor
4 Technical Chemistry I. RMTMK1ATNC
Dr. CecíliaTamás Nyitrai E. associate professor
The aim of the course is to learn the basic knowledge related to the structure, properties and transformations of
chemicals. The properties and reactions of material are discussed from the formation of individual atomic and molecular
structure, through chemical bonds and interactions to the characterization of homogenous and heterogeneous clusters.
Furthermore, the students are familiarized with the grouping, production and most important areas of applications of
elements and inorganic compounds. In the practical classes the students practise how to solve the most important
calculations related to the topic of inorganic chemistry (writing and ordering reaction equations on the basis of oxidation
numbers, stoichiometry, calculating the concentration of solutions, conversion of concentration units, gas laws).
5 Physics I. RMKFI1ATNC
Dr. Lóránt Szabó assistant professor
The students will get a deep insight into division of physics, physical quantities, optics (light reflection and refraction,
optical devices), mechanics of liquids and gases (hydrostatic pressure, Bernoulli’s equation). The course also examines
basics of acoustics (sound intensity level, Doppler effect), basics of relativistic physics (mass growth, mass-energy
relationship), thermodynamics (state equation of ideal gases, special changes of state and their description).
6 Physics II. RMKFI2ATNC
Dr. Andrea Paukó assistant professor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics such as molecular heat theory: state equation of ideal gases, major
terms of thermodynamics, heat propagation, Carnot cycles, basics of electrodynamics, charges at rest and moving
charges. The students will be given the opportunity to study about alternating and direct current, Maxwell’s equations,
introduction to atom physics: basic concepts of quantum mechanics, photoelectric effect, uncertainty relation and
nuclear physics: Bohr’s atomic mode. The course also covers the structure of the atomic nucleus, relationship between
mass defect and binding energy, the mechanism of atomic fission, the operating principle of nuclear power plants,
radioactive decays and their lawfulness.
7 Technical Mechanics I. RMKME1ATNC
Dr. Lóránt Szabó assistant professor
During the semester the major issues contain STATICS introduction, scalars and vectors, vectors in 3-D, static equilibrium
for a particle moment of a force, equivalent force systems: distributed loads, equilibrium of rigid bodies and the analysis
of trusses, internal forces, dry friction, belts, and centre of gravity. The students will also get a thorough notion of
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, linear-elastic response and factor of safety, the way how materials carry load, area moment
of inertia, pure bending, shear stress in beams, beams with axial loads, torsion, stress-element and plane stress. The
core material also examines DYNAMICS, rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, and rectangular coordinates, normal
and tangential coordinates, and equation of motion for a particle: Newton’s 2nd law, the work-energy relation, the
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The students will get an overview of the interpretation of the environmental liability of geology: the science of
geology is a science that deals with Earth as a whole and the habitat of living creatures. The course also describes the
composition (materials), build-up (structure) and evolution (past) of the Earth’s crust, general and structural geological
basics, mineralogy and petrography: the causes of the occurrences of raw materials. Other main topics belonging to
this subject are geological analysis, evaluation and finite quantity of raw materials, mineral wealth management and
need for mineral wealth protection, the interpretation and analysis of the rational utilization rate of raw materials and
energy forms. The students will also have the chance to study about the forecast and assessment of environmental
damage occurring during the mining of raw materials, the methods of recultivation, researching environmental raw
materials, and environmental geological forecast and mapping the complex geological environmental potential.
linear impulse-momentum relation and the angular impulse-momentum relation. Kinematics of rigid bodies, relative
motion of points on a rigid body, instantaneous centre of velocity, mass moment of inertia, and work-energy relation
for a rigid body will be introduced as well.
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8 Technical Mechanics II. RMKME2ATNC
Dr. Lóránt Szabó assistant professor
During the semester the major issues contain STATICS introduction, scalars and vectors, vectors in 3-D, static equilibrium
for a particle moment of a force, equivalent force systems: distributed loads, equilibrium of rigid bodies and the analysis
of trusses, internal forces, dry friction, belts, and centre of gravity. The students will also get a thorough notion of
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, linear-elastic response and factor of safety, the way how materials carry load, area moment
of inertia, pure bending, shear stress in beams, beams with axial loads, torsion, stress-element and plane stress. The
core material also examines DYNAMICS, rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, and rectangular coordinates, normal
and tangential coordinates, and equation of motion for a particle: Newton’s 2nd law, the work-energy relation, the
linear impulse-momentum relation and the angular impulse-momentum relation. Kinematics of rigid bodies, relative
motion of points on a rigid body, instantaneous centre of velocity, mass moment of inertia, work-energy relation for a
rigid body will be introduced as well.
9 Electrotechnics RMKEL1ATNC
András Ménesi senior lecturer
The goal of the subject is to expanding the students’ technical approach, acquire electrotechnical knowledge and
practising it in the laboratory, during which students get an overview of the operation of electrical equipment, DC
circuits, electric field (capacitors), magnetic field (induction), single phase alternating current (RLC circuits), producing
3-phase voltage and its characteristics. During the semester they will learn about star and delta connection, the basics
of electronics, semiconductor devices (diodes, thyristors, etc.), the operation of transistors, their types, characteristics
and basic circuits. Other major materials to study include the use of semi conductors in circuits, rectifier and amplifier
circuits, electric machines, the operation and use of electric machines.
10 Functional Modelling RTSFM1ATNC
Dr. Gabriella Oroszlány assistant professor
The course covers the concept of modelling, models, simulation of function, proportional simulation, dynamic scale
models, law of similarity and analysis in sustainable respect through design. The students will also get a thorough
understanding of decomposition of models to basic geometric forms, their presentation and study of their features,
design of new models from the basic geometric forms (penetration analysis), introducing to spacial geometry,
representations of spacial formations and elements, perspective representation: geometric redact of models of 1, 2 and
3 landmarks and redact of wall-view figures modelling the reality.
11 Environmental Studies RMKKT1ATNC
Márta Soós Berecz senior lecturer
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the concept, aims, elements of environmental
protection, environmental impacts of anthropogenic origin, the tools of environment protection, the history of
environmental protection, its role these days, principles of environmental law, conditions of sustainability and the
concept of the ecological footprint.
They will also examine development stages of the global Earth system, the major geochemical cycles, the biosphere as
a global ecosystem, the composition, structure of the atmosphere, the local and global consequences of air pollution,
the importance of hydrosphere for wildlife and society, the formation of soils, their general characteristics and basic
functions.
ECONOMICAL AND HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
12 Economics I. GGTKG1ATNC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
Main guidelines of the subject are the following: an introduction to economics, scarcity and efficiency, the three main
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concepts of economics organization, consumer behaviour, the optimal choice of the consumers and price elasticity of
demand. In the framework of this subject the students are also presented consumer surplus, manufacturers’ behaviour,
company and enterprise, production function, production costs, short and long-term cost functions. The course covers
the profit, market structures, offer of companies in perfect competition, long-term supply. Profit maximization of
monopoly and oligopolies.
The students will examine market of input factors, labour market, capital market, stock market, property market and
externalities.
13 Economics II. GGTKG2ATNC
Dr. András Medve associate professor
14 Business Economics I. GSVVG1ATNC
Dr. György Kadocsa associate professor
The core material of the course contains the purpose of the economic and business environment, business-types,
construction of individual and collective enterprises operating characteristics, value-creating processes in businesses,
general characteristics of firms producing products and services. The main topics related to the subject include profile,
operating performance capacity, lead time, production systems, organizational forms and applications, main features
of the single-line and multi-line organization and management.
15 Business Economics II. GSVVG2ATNC
Dr. György Kadocsa associate professor
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with competitive activities, marketing the
business, market strategy, resources used in the value-creation process, utilization and economy of means, human
resource requirements planning, management and governance issues. The course covers costing basics, cost planning
and calculation, ecology and measurement, investment in the venture and economically analyzing investments. Other
major topics to examine are production management and economics, financial and earnings position of the company
management, logistics activities and controlling.
16 Management GVMME1ATNC
Dr. István Szűts associate professor
The students will get an overview of acquiring management theory and practice, self-management, development
of leaders’ personality characteristics, managerial-organizational knowledge, learning methods and techniques for
applying these. The subject also includes development of interpersonal communication skills necessary for managerial
activity, mechanisms of decision, problem –solving techniques and their correct application.
17 Law for Engineers RTTKJ1ATNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
In the focal point of the subject there are materials like public law (constitutional law, administrative law), civil law
(property law, contract law, and corporate law), copyright protection, inventions and patents and legal fundamentals
related to undertakings, corporate law. The course also covers environmental protection, safety at work (safety and fire
protection), copyright (invention, patent, and trademark), the task and tools of consumer protection, consumer rights,
consumer protection laws, guarantees and warranties.
The students will get a notion of commercial law fundamentals related to the sale of light industry products, market
control, the obligation to disclose information, forms of disclosure, giving information related to products, labelling
light industry products, the characteristics of consumer contracts and competition law. During the semester they will
meet Product Liability Act, the legal regulation of commercial advertising activities, the regulation of the Commercial
Advertising Act and advertising monitoring procedures.
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In the focal points of the subject there are topics such as macroeconomics and its interrelations, actors, output and
income, measurement of the macroeconomics performance, macroeconomics cycle, consumption and saving function,
demand on the capital market and multiplier effect.
The students will also have the chance to study equilibrium income, macro demand, labour market and employment,
macro supply, economic equilibrium, the modern money and banking system. Other major materials contain economic
growth, conjuncture, inflation and unemployment, the role of the state in economy, fiscal and monetary policy and
international trade policy.
18 Project Management RTSPM1ATNC
Dr. Áron Takács assistant college professor
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In the industrial, - and service activities and in the business sphere there is a huge number of tasks in which it is a must
to prepare a new product or design a service using the finite resource to a given schedule. These types of projects need
the use of new approach, concrete methods and techniques. In this explanation the project management is a new
discipline. The topics of the subject help how to realize the projects defined with different aims strategy oriented, how
to handle the emerging uncertainties and risks and how to find solutions with the help of organization-management,
technological-technical and economic knowledge.
19 Marketing and Trade I. RTTMK1ATNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the basic concepts of marketing, the concept of the marketing mix, Maslow’s
hierarchy of needs, the economic characteristics of the sectors of the light industry, the elements of the product,
price, communication and distribution policy. They will also learn marketing strategy decisions when introducing new
products, fashion marketing, product features and benefits, innovation, intelligent and high-tech materials. Other
major materials to study include intellectual property, concept of invention, patent, trademark, know-how, industrial
design protection, licensing, franchising, brand decisions, trademarks, distinctive markings, and manufacturer’s and
commercial trademarks in the light industry. The course also covers the services of the Hungarian Intellectual Property
Office, designing advertising for the distribution of new products, advertising goals and tools, pricing strategy and sales
promotion methods. During the semester the students will deal with the practice of selling in retail, personal selling, the
basic principles of business ethics, the concept of sustainable development, fair trade, shaping the conscious consumer
attitude and the methods of market research. In the focal point of the subject there are topics like the rules of editing
questionnaires, market segmentation, primary and secondary sources of information for designers for market research,
forms of concentrated markets, the stock market, trade fairs and auctions. Other major guidelines are exhibitions,
introduction of innovation opportunities (Hungarian Association for Innovation, Wamp, etc.), and communication in
international trade, the characteristics of foreign cultures and the role of non-verbal signs during business meetings.
20 Marketing and Trade II. RTTMK2ATNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
In the framework of the subject the students are presented current situation of the light industry, textile and garment
industry, leather and footwear industry, paper and packaging industry, international outlook, trends in the industry, the
future of the industry and economic opportunities in the light industry. Other main topics belonging here are foreign
trade transactions, simple and special commodity and service transactions, barter and compensation, re-export, transit
operations, the role of lease work in the manufacturing sector and the participants in the sales channel. The students
will study about traders trading in their own name on their own account, in their own name on others’ account, in
others’ name on others’ account, role of commission agents, grouping of securities, methods of payment used in foreign
trade. The core material is divided into cheque and draft, methods of payment from the point of view of the seller’s
security in international trade, letters of credit, documentary collection and its variations, conventions in transport,
INCOTERMS, consumer protection (Consumer Protection Law), the basic rights of consumers, product safety and
compliance, Product Liability Law and mystery shopping.
BASICS OF PROFESSION
21 Structures of Materials I. RTSAS1MTNC
Dr. habil. Judit Borsa professor
During the semester the students will acquire the knowledge of materials structures overview (levels of material
structures, the features of constructions building on each other, the possibilities of influencing), processing of test
results (statistical characteristics, estimates and distributions), characterization of metallic structures (crystal
structures, properties of metals, effects of alloying and heat treatment). They will also examine characterization of fluids
(mechanical properties and typical tests of fluids), qualitative characterization of visco-elastic materials (qualitative
identification, modelling of deformation components), systemization of mechanical basic tests, presentation of stress
forms and evaluation of tensile strength charts. Other major materials to study include air humidity, moisture content of
materials, vapour permeation, basic tests of light industry products (permeation, moisture, absorption), interpretation
of the membrane in material structures, material properties connected to electromagnetic waves and electricity (light,
UV chargeability, conductivity).
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22 Structures of Materials II. RTSAS2ATNC
Dr. Tibor Gregász associate professor
The students will get a deep insight into the recognition of light industry materials (morphology, solution tests;
thermal, flammability, spectral tests), the phenomenon of friction (Coulomb, Euler, dry-, fluid friction, interfacial
friction, lubrication possibilities), material content and evenness (length, area and volume density and the basics of
the statistical description of fluctuations, influencing evenness). The course also covers heat-related properties of
polymers and their changes, structure of polymers, their typical temperatures, thermodynamic bases, moisture related
characteristics (moisture regain of materials, its measurement, change, the effect of air moisture), fundamentals of
composites (the purposes and possibilities of pairing qualities, typical composites) and deterioration mechanism (wear,
corrosion, aging of polymers, other degradation effects).
The students will acquire general knowledge of mechanics, basic concepts, basic volumes, operating principles,
equations, study of machines commonly occurring in industrial technologies – typical parameters, operating principles,
structural design, machine selection criteria, calculations and tests related to operation. The students will examine the
tested machine types: lifting machines, transport machines, drives, vehicles, water machines (different types of pumps),
fans (axial, radial,) compressors, refrigerators (absorption, compressor), paper industry machines: general structure,
screen section, press section, dryer section, winding, calenders, packing machines: operations of machine packaging.
They will also get a deep insight into automatic solutions of packaging systems, feeding equipment types, groupings,
packaging machines, development, design, construction and installation of packaging lines in plants, packaging machine
technologies and constructions (unit load generators, strapping machines, shrink and stretch wrapping machines.)
24 Machines of Industrial Technologies II. RTTIT2ATNC
Dr. Gabriella Oroszlány assistant professor
In the focal point of the subject there are issues like textile industry machinery: the machines of producing yarns
and threads, machines for producing non-woven textiles, textile industry definitions: defining the amount of twist,
breaking “”km””, finishing machinery: finishing textile products, dyeing special textile machinery. The students will get
an overview of the production equipment and technology of spinning and ropes, spatial density, determining thickness,
material and air ratio determination, special garment finishing: garment welding, laser cutting, etching technology,
pneumatic and actuating cam control of automated sewing machines, paper production technology and machines.
25 Technical Drawing and Documentation RMKMR1ATNC
Dr. Rita Boda Kendrovics assistant professor
During the semester the students will be informed about the planar representation of spatial formations, drawing
techniques, the general requirements of technical drawing, technical representation, projections, using line types,
views, sections and segments. The course also covers symbolic and simplified representation, giving measurements;
measurement, shape and position tolerances, surface roughness, drawings of structures and systems, computer aided
drawing and planning, the purpose, levels and content of designing.
26 Machine Structures RMKGM1ATNC
Dr. Rita Boda Kendrovics assistant professor
The subject deals with the different types of machine elements and machine structures present in the majority of
modern machines, their features and the principles of their design in the following areas: basic concepts, the purpose
and types of sizing, bindings, stands, springs and tribological basic concepts. The students will be given the opportunity
to meet sliding and rolling-contact bearings, shafts and rolling parts, mechanical drives (friction, belt, chain, cogwheel
and hybrid drives), mechanisms and closure (pipes, pipe fittings, tanks, sealing).
27 Informatics I. RMTIN1ATNC
László Kiss assistant college professor
In the focal point of the subject there are the components of the computer, its operation, Neumann principles, data
representation, arithmetic, structure/function of processors, operation of serial, parallel, USB ports and operation of
printers, scanners. Other topics belonging here are operation of monitors, storage media, optical storage, mass storage
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23 Machines of Industrial Technologies I. RTTIT1ATNC
Dr. Gabriella Oroszlány assistant professor
devices, classification of software, program development systems, user systems, and Windows applications: Office
suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) and the description of Maple mathematical software package. The course also
covers types of viruses, their operation and identification, network basics: network communication, TCP/IP protocol
and Internet applications.
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28 Informatics II. RMTIN2ATNC
Dr. Kornélia Ambrus Somogyi associate professor
The students will learn about the basics of programming, tools describing algorithms, preparing algorithms, programming
languages, the classification of programming languages, object-oriented programming and the basics of Visual Basic
programming. Other main materials to study are the basics of web programming, web page making, basics of database
management, normalization, description of Ms Access, description of SQL language, introduction to multimedia: basics
of image processing, video processing and audio processing and computer graphics.
29 Informatics Laboratory RMTIN3ATNC
Dr. Kornélia Ambrus Somogyi associate professor
In the focal point of this course there are topics like MS Word (mail merge, styles, templates and links), MS Excel
(search and financial functions, database management, reports, solver, etc.) preparation of algorithms, programming
basics, database design and normalization. The course also covers creating tables, setting keys, contacts, selection and
crosstab queries, compilations, parameterized queries, action queries, creating forms and reports.
30 CAD/CAM I. RMTCA1ATNC
Dr. Kornélia Ambrus Somogyi associate professor
In the framework of this subject the students are presented computer aided technologies, the partial technologies
comprising CAD, the system of computer-aided technologies, the position of CAD/CAM, the hardware and software
requirements of computer design environment, graphics, computer modelling: the shape model, curve, surface and
body modelling procedures. Other main topics belonging here are the role of realistic display in technical design
systems, interoperability between different systems, standard data exchange formats, the data formats necessary for
production, solution of tasks from conceptual modelling to tool making, the role of realistic display in technical design
systems, the basic knowledge of the graphic design of composition tasks and visual image elements.
31 CAD/CAM II. RMTCA2ATNC
Dr. Kornélia Ambrus Somogyi associate professor
During the practice one independent computer design task must be solved. The solved task must be presented
personally in the 14th week session according to the timetable. The mark consists of the submitted practical task and
the evaluation of the student’s activity in class.
32 Theory of Design I. RTSTE1ATNC
Dr. Zoltán Koczor professor
Midyear mark is given if the student’s attendance meets the requirements of TVSZ (code of studies and exams); if the
student submits the tasks required in the practice completely as well as reaches the pass level in the one in-class test
(minimum 40% so not mark “1”). The midyear mark comprises the submitted tasks with 1/3 weighing, the result of the
in-class test with 2/3 weighing, and together evaluated by a mark given in the range 1 to 5.
33 Drawing and Colour Studies I. RTTRS1ATNC
Edit Csanák DLA assistant professor
The main guidelines of the course are the establishment and development of drawing skills, the proportional
representation of three-dimensional objects and the human figure, techniques and tools, rhythm exercises, composition
editing, the various graphical representations of object compositions, linear and tonal drawings. The students will have
the chance to meet drapery and still life, understanding the anatomical structure of the human body, skeleton and
muscle studies, the scaled, individual and aesthetic representation of designs, and the role of colour in the compositional
representation of objects.
Other main issues belonging here are colour mixing, the visual dimensions of colour, tone series, colour wheel, notable
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colour contrasts, pattern editing and processing, and presentation techniques of finished works, possible solutions for
preparing these works for exhibition.
34 Drawing and Colour Studies II. RTTRS2ATNC
Edit Csanák DLA assistant professor
35 Aesthetic Modelling RTTMO1ATNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
The students will get an overview of developing through exercises the vision and skills that help to form the optimal
shape, the concept and types of product model, the study of natural and geometric forms by the analysis of the
components, creating simple 3D forms from basic elements and exploring the regularities. The course also covers spatial
ratio system, balance, rhythm, experimenting with the plasticity and spatiality of different kinds of materials according
to functions, the methods of the perspective representation of space, application areas, and planning processes by
combining the form and colour functions, by emphasizing the special needs of professional areas.
36 Visual Communication RTTVI1ATNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the significance of aesthetics, semantic
communication through images, the forms of the visual conveyance of meaning, creativity and visual thinking based
on freehand drawing, practising the different graphical methods, genres, techniques and introducing the possibilities
of graphic design. Other major materials include the psychological context of vision, basic concepts of aesthetics,
personality-colour-style, depiction of garments, accessories, and product packaging, representations of material
surfaces, structures and patterns, plain and spatial composition tasks.
The students will also examine the development of individual visual expressions, style exercises, the concept, content
and form elements of corporate identity, corporate identity and image, corporate identity and corporate design, the main
aspects of designing the information system, designing corporate identity through group projects and documentation.
37 Colour Studies and Colorimetry I. RTTSZ1ATNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
The students will get basic notions of colour theory, the physical, physiological and psychological bases connected to
colours. They will study the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation, optical radiations, the structure of the human eye,
photoreceptors, the structure of the retina, the general context of visual performance, the basics of colour vision, the
properties of colour perception, and colour features.
The course also covers the factors influencing colour sensing, the methods and tools of colour communication: the
questions of subjective and objective colour characterization; colour systems, colour sample atlases and the basic
principles of colour systems. Other main materials related to the subject are the bases of colour measurement,
the objective modelling of reduced colour vision, the methods and instruments of colour stimulus measuring,
spectrophotometers, colour contrasts, colour harmony systems, the effects and functions of colours, colourful
environment.
The students will also have the chance to study about the basics of colour dynamic design, the relationships of people
and colours, the special characteristics of colour usage, the questions of colour reproduction, reproducible colour
ranges, and colourful techniques.
38 Form Design I. RTTFO1ATNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
During the semester the subject deals with establishing the creative design approach necessary for the design of
industrial products, the interpretation of the concept of design from the designer’s point of view, knowledge of the
qualities of different types of trade-specific materials and experimentation with their shape forming possibilities. The
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In the focal point of the subject there are the style variations of object representation, still life - colour, shape, surface
representation, transformation / colour technique, colour dynamics, colour functions, colour harmonies, professionspecific representations of objects and materials, applied graphic knowledge and the proportional representations of
the human body. The course also covers group compositions with graphite and colourful technical solutions, stylized
representation of figure, the study of complex ways of representation, preparation of documentation and preparing the
graphics for an exhibition.
students will also learn innovative experiments of creating spatial forms, module structures, connection regularities,
the ratio systems, size and material qualities as well as further development possibilities of leather, paper, plastic and
textile spatial structures, functionality and visualisation.
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39 Form Design II. RTTFO2ATNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
The course covers establishing the creative design approach necessary for the design of industrial products, the
interpretation of the concept of design from the designer’s point of view, study of natural and geometric forms by the
analysis of the components, creating simple 3D forms from basic elements, exploring the regularities. The students will
acquire knowledge of the qualities of different types of trade-specific materials and experimentation with their shape
forming possibilities, get to know and analyse technical, structural, functional and aesthetic solutions through 2D and
3D compositing exercises.
The course covers the role of information-exploration in the process of industrial design, design basics (principles,
processes and functions of industrial design, the connection between design and image design), product design: design
study basics, dominant shape characteristics, the aesthetic and technical interpretation and planning of dimensions.
The core material also deals with innovative experiments of creating spatial forms, planning processes by combining
the form and colour functions, by emphasizing the special needs of professional areas.
40 Art Studies RTTMI1ATNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
This subject examines art as part of visual culture, art in prehistoric times, in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, the
ancient Greek and Roman art, the art of the early medieval times, Byzantium and the Migration Period, The Romanesque
and Gothic art. The course also covers the art of the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo art, art in the 19th century,
(classicism, romanticism, historicism, impressionism, post-impressionism, secession), art in the 20th century (avantgarde art movements, fauvism, expressionism, cubism, futurism, surrealism, geometric abstraction, functionalism,
modern architecture, post-modern, action art).
41 Ergonomics RTTER1ATNC
Dr. Gabriella Oroszlány assistant professor
In the focal point of this subject there are topics such as the concept, purpose and development stages of ergonomics, the
man - product (machine) system, anthropometric knowledge, the use of anthropometric data in design, physiological
and psychological bases of ergonomics: vision, hearing, smell, touch perception and memory. Other major issues to
deal with are product ergonomics, the user base, designer approaches, the ergonomic quality of the product, ergonomic
criteria, biomechanical bases, human power and applying torque.
The students will also deal with design for special groups, (significantly different from the average, restricted) user
groups for, process of product development, user involvement in product development, the ergonomics of product
usage, product informatics, advertising, packaging, the ergonomic aspects of creating documentation accompanying
the product, environmental ergonomics and ergonomic design of work environment.
42 Consumer Protection RTTFO1ATNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
Teacher’s signature is awarded if the student’s attendance meets the requirements of TVSZ (code of studies and exams),
if the student submits the tasks required in the practice completely as well as reaches the pass level in the one in-class
test (minimum 40%, so not mark „1” (fail)). The exam is in written form. If the student reaches 40% of the score given
for all of the tasks, the exam paper is acceptable.
43 Integrated Management Systems I. RTSIR1ATNC
Dr. Zoltán Koczor professor
Teacher’s signature is given if the student’s attendance meets the requirements of TVSZ (code of studies and exams)
and reaches the pass level in the in-class test (minimum 40%). The in-class test consists of test questions and essay
questions as well as calculations; the acceptable level is 40% of the score given for the totality of tasks. The exam is
taken in written form (test and essay type questions) and in the form of calculations. If the student reaches 40% of
the score given for all of the tasks, the exam paper is acceptable, and it is evaluated by a mark given in the range 1 to 5.
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44 Integrated Management Systems II. RTSIR2ATNC
Dr. Zoltán Koczor professor
SUPPLEMENTARY SUBJECTS
80 Physical Education I. GTSTESANEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
The aim of the subject is to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy
way of living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the
branches and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
81 Physical Education II. GTSTESANEV
Györgyné Fehér trainer
The aim of the subject is to provide the conditions of regular sports activities for the students, to advertize the healthy
way of living and to draw attention to the preventive values of physical training. Students can choose freely from the
branches and courses offered by the Physical Education and Sports Institute.
Optional subjects
68 3D Product Design I RTTAS1AVNC
Gergely Barna part-time tutor
In the framework of this subject the students are presented 3D modelling, rendering, box and Spline modelling, solid
and hard surface modelling, textures and materials. They will be asked to design their own model and documentation.
69 3D Product Design II RTTAS2AVNC
Gergely Barna part-time tutor
The students will get an overview of the possibilities of visualization of different models, usage of 3D Studio Max or
Rhinoceros graphical programs based on the previous semester, adaptation of new modelling techniques, process of
work, surfaces, structures, textures, shades, rendering, lightening, animation and personal designs.
70 3D Visualization I. RTTST1AVNC
Gergely Barna part-time tutor
In the focal point of the subject there are topics like Corel X5 and 3D Home programs, perspectives and proportions
in vectorgraphic programs, drawings of furniture and fixtures, sizing of layouts and objects, architectural elements in
vectorgraphic programs, presentation and sizing of viewed from above, sizing of coatings, visualization in 3D programs,
designing one’s own interior, documentation and presentation.
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In the framework of this subject the students are shown the principle of environmental management systems, their
operation conditions, (the expectations of ISO 14000 standard and EMAS), the types and characteristics of quality
management systems, the integration of systems, (standards and philosophies, ISO 9001, TQM, 6-sigma, quality
awards, ISO/TS 16949, etc.), other systems (HACCP, GMP, GLP accredited laboratories, environmental management
systems, data security systems, etc.). The students will also get a deep insight into quality improvement based on selfassessment (quality awards, evaluation models, EFQM), the principle of ongoing development, its implementation in
various management systems, the description of company operation with indicators, establishment and operation of
the monitoring system.
Other main topics belonging here are correction and prevention (data collection methods, group work with “crossfunctional teams”), the concept of risks, search for causes of error, the possibilities of determining error probability,
the logic of regulating processes, the specialities of regulating recurring and project processes. The course also covers
the SPC logic, review of systems, the purpose of quality control audits, its process, criteria and results, the essence
of certification, its process, certification standards, trade-specific management systems integrated with quality
management, (trade-specific management systems integrated with quality management and modern company
management systems).
71 3D Visualization I. RTTST2AVNC
Gergely Barna part-time tutor
The course covers Corel X5 and 3D Home programs, visualizations of architectural and supplementary elements in
interiors, presentation of viewed from above and sides, interiors of sitting rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms, visualization
in 3D programs, designing one’s own interior, documentation and presentation.
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72 Computer Aided Product Design RTTSTAAVNC
Orsolya Nagy Szabó assistant lecturer
The students will be given the chance to familiarise themselves with CorelDraw terminology and concepts, drawing
lines, shapes and selecting object. They are expected to combine, weld, intersect, simplify and use guidelines, work with
layers, fill object, use fill flyout and draw a house. Other main topics belonging here are drawing shapes: polygon, star,
complex star, graph paper, spiral, using interactive tools: interactive blend, contour, distortion, drop shadow, envelope,
extrude and transparency tools, drawing cogwheel and other objects with interactive tools, adding and formatting text:
paragraph and artistic text, business cards, working with bitmaps, project work, and digital printing.
73 Product Construction and Design in the Clothing Industry RTTRKAAVNC
Orsolya Nagy Szabó assistant lecturer
Students should obtain the knowledge of the process of designing a product so as to be able to work in any part of
the manufacturing. The course covers product as a design task, the whole process of a product from the wide range
of research work through sketches of the idea till the final presentation of the project, market analysis, basics of
sociology, research work, product development (fashion, textile, leather, graphics), construction, the main features of
garment industry, drawing techniques, expressions of fabric surfaces, textures and other materials. The students will
be introduced proportions and movements of the human body, colour awareness and understanding of design trends.
They will be expected to give a presentation of project work.
74 Finishing RTTKIAATNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
The core material of this course includes changes and chance of the textile market in the EU The Hungarian textile and
garment industry (in the past and the future), basic knowledge of textile technologies, definition of textile materials,
natural fibres, man-made fibres, innovation – smart textiles, principles of fabric preparation and finishing. Other major
issues belonging here are modification of fabric appearance, fundamentals of dyeing and printing, (heat printing), project
work for digital printing, history of textiles technologies, trends and technologies in the textile industry, meaning of
colours and digital printing on textile. They will be expected to give a presentation of project work and take a test.
COMMON SUBJECTS OF SPECIALISATION
45 Methodology of Product Design I. RTTTM1ATNC
Dr. Zoltán Koczor professor
The students will be given the opportunity to meet product life cycle and product environment, the structure, activity and
time schedule of the product development process, product idea exploration and product definition, the characteristics,
aspects and management of product development. They will also get an overview of the process of product design,
process models, the methodology and rules of product design, task analysis, formulation and refinement, the list of
requirements and its compilation. This subject also examines the creation, evaluation and selection of product concepts,
product modelling and simulation, the product design principles and rules.
46 Methodology of Product Design II. RTTTM2ATNC
Enikő Deés DLA associate professor
In the focal point of this subject there are topics like product design as the harmonious expression of the unity of man –
object - environment, product analysis and synthesis according to the consumer and producer demands, the basic design
problem areas: Man and identity, Man and information, Man and environment. Man and work, Man and travelling, Man
and nutrition, Man and leisure time, Man and his home. Other major materials to study include the assessment criteria
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of product design: the freedom of design and the limitation of manufacturing, the visual representation of operation
through the interpretation of sub-elements, designing product properties recommended for different target groups,
showing psychological and sociological product features. Other main guidelines are the following: serviceability and
the design of quality in accordance with the technical feature, designing with the optimal cost relative to product
function and ecological functions.
47 Integrated Product Design I. RTTTT1ATNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
48 Integrated Product Design II. RTTTT2ATNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
The course covers consumer needs, survey of habits and market participants, analysis and feedback into planning,
by endorsing design principles, solution of simple design tasks individually and in group work, product modelling,
presentation and evaluation, colour and form, colour and ergonomics, colour harmonies and colour dynamics design.
The students will also get an overview of the cooperation of designers and manufacturers, the cost factors of designing,
the criteria of product features with individual, series and mass products as well as production management, design for
manufacturability, standardization of types (standardization), designing collections, and model families.
They will also examine supporting design with applied computer technology, CAD, CAM basic knowledge and their
industry-specific applications: ready-to-wear clothing, printing, packaging industry, machine industry, goods protection
and the design methodology of its tools (package design), the design process of ready-to-wear products from fibres to
finished products, and systemic design ranges from the suggestion of simple problems to more complicated projects.
The course focuses on product development in team work primarily by helping the preparation of functional prototypes
according to the plans.
49 Integrated Product Design III. RTTTT3ATNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
The students will have a thorough notion of recycling-reuse-redesign, ecological approach in product design, and the
experiments of colour and design studies aim at the diverse presentation of product variants through a design project.
The integrated product design on the basis of socio-economic and technical aspects lays great emphasis on the unified
and coordinated display of products and product groups in addition to the functional, market, long standing, and safety
and feasibility aspects. The implementation of product design and development projects is aided by the preparation of
prototypes and technological model experiments.
The most optimal creation of aesthetic product appearance is assisted by the product construction knowledge and
the current state of the art industrial background. The students will study collection planning, product line planning,
complex designer’s approach and methodology of design.
FASHION AND LEATHER ACCESSORIES SPECIALISATION
50 Garment and Leather Product Design I. RTTBT1AVNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the aspects of garment formation, the
formation of women’s and men’s garments, elements, combinations, basic silhouettes, the proportions of the garment,
cutting lines, colours, patterns as aspects influencing proportionality and materials of garment textiles.
This subject also focuses on types and typical shapes of skirts, trousers, dresses, coats women’s and men’s suits, types
of design tasks, typical design elements, collection of detail variations, technological decorative solutions on product
drawings, design according to article categories, creative shape experiments, drapery studies and grouping and practice
of leather products. The students will also get an overview of designing small goods (key chain, purse, etc.), designing
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In the framework of this course the students are presented consumer needs, survey of habits and market participants,
analysis and feedback into planning, collection of information, by endorsing design principles, solution of simple design
tasks individually and in group work, product modelling, presentation and evaluation and establishing the function
structure.
The students will also acquire the knowledge of creation philosophy, model families, aiding design by computers, and
system design ranges from the suggestion of simple problems to more complicated projects. The course focuses on the
preparation of functional prototypes according to the design tasks.
products made with cut, fold technology (folders, car bag, ladies fashion bags, etc.), the complex design of patterns
(working pattern, marking pattern, pattern for making knife, pockets, handles, lining solutions) and the basics of
computer-aided pattern design.
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51 Garment and Leather Product Design II. RTTBT2AVNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
In the framework of this subject the students are presented types of commercial collections, characteristics of their
making, designing the basic wardrobe, designing the trend collection for a particular target group, analysing the
connection between build peculiarities and aesthetic dressing, basic build types and designing favourable garments for
them according to colour types.
The course also covers design-style consultancy, designing workwear and uniforms, fashion houses, designers, styles,
Haute couture and Pret-á-porter,types of formal clothing, expectations of protocol and market research according to
given criteria. The students will also examined compilation of bid collections, preparing documentation, description of
typical kinds of footwear, the anatomy of the foot, ways of designing accessory collections, understanding the bases of
computer-aided cut-pattern design, creating and organizing collections for fashion shows and applications.
52 Garment and Leather Technology I. RTTRT1AVNC
Orsolya Nagy Szabó assistant lecturer
The main guidelines of the course are the following: the structure, professional tasks and manufacturing documentation
preparation of a manufacturing company, the raw and auxiliary materials of the garment industry and their relationship
with the manufacturing technology, the design of products and their relationship with manufacturing technology and
manufacturing preparation (editing, modelling, pattern making, and marks for further technological operations). The
students will also have the chance to study about placement, preparing the placement drawing, its aspects (material
proportion, pattern, structure of the fabric), the methods and tools of spreading, tailoring methods, tailoring machines
and equipment, the technological process of gluing, gluing parameters, self-adhesive textiles, adhesives, machines and
equipment used for gluing.
The core material also includes sewing technology, sewing machines, sewing types, stitches, decorative stitching, the
quality control of garment industry products, packaging requirements, technological aspects of storage, structure and
properties of rawhide, the technical process of leather manufacturing, properties of finished leather, the history and
ways of leather usage, grouping, cutting of leather goods and optimal material usage and technological solutions of
leather goods.
53 Garment and Leather Technology II. RTTRT2AVNC
Orsolya Nagy Szabó assistant lecturer
Understanding the relationships between the garment industry technology solutions and the decorative possibilities
of garment industry products is the key to this course. The students will acquire the knowledge of processing cotton,
flax, viscose and wool fabrics, processing silk, synthetic silk and wool fabrics mixed with synthetic threads, processing
knitted fabrics. They will understand the possibilities of pairing materials and textiles of different properties and special
characteristics, analyse the testing aspects of textiles taking the possibilities of manufacturing into account, based on
the technological, economic and wearability aspects of the products.
Other major issues to study are the characteristics of wet heat treatment, their testing, pressing head covers, ironing
operations, the general technological process of leather products manufacturing, the technological process of
manufacturing leather garment products, the technology of fur processing and footwear products. As a summary of
the studies, students have to prepare one garment product and the matching leather accessory.
54 Garment and Leather Product Construction I. RTTRK1AVNC
Éva Hottó assistant lecturer
The main topics related to this subject are construction design as part of the garment industry product design planning
process, size research, size charts, sizing standards, the proportions of the human body from the point of view of
garment construction, body divisions, body proportions, different body characteristics and their effects on the garment
construction.
The course also covers basic construction of women’s skirts, garment waist, sewn in sleeves, trousers, the principles and
methods of preparing technical series, preparing dress-patterns, charts of raw size, - ready size – partial size, technical
series of women’s skirts, creating calculation tables and grouping of leather goods. The students will also learn types
and characteristics of smaller leather goods, bags, technical leather goods, sports goods, the construction variants of
leather goods, and the aspects of size definition.
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55 Garment and Leather Product Construction II. RTTRK2AVNC
Éva Hottó assistant lecturer
TEXTILES AND INTERIOR SPECIALISATION
56 Textile and Interior Design I. RTTTT1AVNC
Ágnes Szűcs honorary associate professor
The course covers interior design project-tasks and their computer-aided graphic presentation, the general design and
safety aspects of selecting different structural materials in interior design, textile printing processes, production criteria
of the patterns, transfer printing process in practice, the display of fabrics in different styles of interiors, exhibition from
the realised project works, and study at the Design week programmes.
57 Textile and Interior Design II. RTTTT2AVNC
Dr. habil. Márta Kisfaludy associate professor
The students will get an overview of furniture history, flats and their equipment from the beginning until today, historical
styles, types of furniture, houses, house forms and settlement forms, styles according to lifestyle, emotions and
function, the arrangement of the functional flat, and corridor spaces. The core material also examines the architectural
technical drawing, projection representations, floor plan, section, view, scales, the layout of interior, closed and open
spaces, furniture arrangement, the design of storage areas, ergonomics and lifestyle knowledge, the role of decoration
(paintings, photos, wall decorations, plants, etc.), design of various residential functions, special spaces, according to
individual needs and styles. Taking the structural characteristics and functional properties of textile and leather sheet
products into account in design is really important for this subject.
The course also contains the materials available for making upholstered furniture and the basic and special design
considerations of design.
58 Textile and Interior Design Technology I. RTTTT2AVNC
Éva Hottó assistant lecturer
This subject includes the technologies used for creating the functional characteristics of the most important sheet
products used in interior design, the basics and tools of leather processing technology and the production technologies
of the most important textile and leather products used in interior design. In the framework of this subject the students
are presented the technological operations, equipment of woven, knitted and nonwoven fabric making and those of
braiding, technologies of producing ready-made table linen; coordination of raw materials, colours, patterns, forms
and styles.
59 Textile and Interior Design Technology II. RTTTE2AVNC
Éva Hottó assistant lecturer
The students will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with household textiles: curtains (shade structures),
furniture upholstery, carpets, bathroom textiles, bed sheets/pillow manufacturing technology in practice, accessories:
properties and applications of cords, piping, borders, etc., the processing options of textile and accessories on the basis
of material qualities, styles and functions. The course also deals with technological decorations (gathering, creasing,
quilting, embroidery, patchwork, etc.), the technologies of producing ready-made the textiles of the living space; the
style coordination of colours, patterns and shapes in one project task.
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In the framework of this course the students are presented the types of modifying the basic constructions, basic
modelling rules, the modelling methods of different part types, the modelling solutions of base garments and modelling
of women’s skirts. The students will get a thorough notion of the front-back formation of upper parts, relocation of
forming seam, placement of cut lines, modelling different sleeve and collar solutions, modelling trousers, the basic
tailoring methods of creating silhouette forms, model reconstruction on the basis of photos, the interpretation fashion
graphics, product design and model drawing.
Other major materials to study include model-making and innovative experiments for the diploma work, the structure of
footwear and various accessories, the types and groupings of fur ready-to-wear industry products, the basic technology
and variations of making ready-to-wear products, modelling leather and imitation leather products for the thesis.
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60 Textile and Interior Design Materials RTTTA2AVNC
Éva Hottó assistant lecturer
The students will get a deep insight into the traditional and modern ingredients of upholstery and other textiles used in
the home (jacquard, plush, chenille, alcantara upholstery, genuine leather and fabric leather, fur and fake fur, glass fibre
and textile wallpaper etc), the characteristics of modern structures meeting the needs of today’s sleep culture (health
protection, comfort features, etc), the features of traditional and modern filling materials, feathers used in pillows
and quilts. They will examine intelligent textiles, the features of foam board, foam construction used in upholstery
structures, the factors constituting the value of leather suitable for upholstery making; the qualitative characteristics
of upholstery leather and artificial leather, their care and cleaning.
Other major topics belonging here are basics of architecture, the properties and uses of materials used in buildings,
coverings, doors and windows, etc., building engineering basics, the sizes / types / specifications of household and home
accessories, light sources, lighting fixtures, the signal system of spatial representation, ergonomic sizing principles,
computer-aided representation in CAD systems and preparing documentation.
61 Textile Materials and Testing RTTTA1AVNC
Dr. Lívia Kokas Palicska associate professor
In the focal point of this subject there are issues like requirements regarding the laboratory testing of textile materials,
sampling, the concept of weight, volume, temperature, density, viscosity, their measurement, tools, the structural
characteristics of sheet products and the relationship between the production technologies. The students will also
examine grouping of woven and knitted fabric, size specifications, types of household textiles, the special needs
resulting from the application area, grouping of technical textiles, the requirements of textiles used in different areas,
the determination of the behaviour of textiles as a result of various mechanical impacts and strength tests (tensile
strength, wear resistance).
Other guidelines are the following: the quality determination of the composition of textile raw materials (burning,
microscoping), the measurement methods and comparative study of the behaviour of textiles due to water, heat and
air-related effects, the functioning properties of textiles (anti-static, water repellent, flame retardant, crease reduction,
etc), testing the protection function of textiles (such as flame resistance, protection against electro-smog, chemical
resistance) and testing the dye-fastness of textiles.
PACKAGING SPECIALISATION
62 Packaging Design I. RMTCT1AVNC
Anna Tiefbrunner senior lecturer
The course covers the introduction to general issues of packaging design, introduction of the kind, types and productionconditions of paper-based packaging, sample making with modelling, plastic-based packaging design, basic design
knowledge of wooden boxes, crates, the packaging design tasks in the logistics process, packaging design of a selected
product, and preparation of technical documentation.
63 Packaging Design II. RMTCT2AVNC
Dr. Róbert Németh assistant professor
The students will get a deep insight into computer technology and their relationship, the internal and external
integration of CAD, a computerized environment of design, hardware and software requirements of computer designsystems, curve and surface modelling knowledge and fundaments of computer graphic. Other major materials to study
include bitmapped graphics features and areas of application, the characteristics of vector-graphic, vector-graphic
applications, opportunities of CorelDraw 12, solving of vectorgraphic tasks and digital imaging (scanning, digital
photography, filming).
The students will also learn bitmap applications, CorelPhotoPaint12 and Photoshop software, photo retouching, and
presentation of a CAD system: box design in computerised environment, standards and freeform modelling, output
generation: tool path, photo-realistic images, 3D animations and, standard data exchange formats.
64 Paper and Packaging Technology I. RMTPT1AVNC
Dr. László Koltai associate professor
The subject examines the history of the paper-producing, the paper industry status and future on Hungary and abroad,
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manufacture of semi-paper products, paper raw material, mechanical-, thermo-mechanical semi-finished products,
pulp bleaching, pulp preparation, pulp unlock, grinding, gluing, filling, colouring and paper machines. The students will
be informed about paper machine types, main parts, cardboard and sheet production, paper processing, the methods
of paper finishing, calenders, sheet cutting, paper processing, areas of ​​paper processing and producing corrugated
products.
65 Paper and Packaging Technology II. RMTPT2AVNC
Dr. László Koltai associate professor
66 Paper and Packaging Materials and Testing I. RMTPA1AVNC
Dr. László Koltai associate professor
The course covers paper types classification, and their main characteristics, measurement theory, the reproducibility
of measurements methods, evaluation of test results, and introduction of general properties of the paper: production
direction, transverse direction, sieve, the upper side, square weight, and volume weight. The students will have to
understand mechanical properties of paper, snatch, expansion, fracture, laceration, methods of measuring surface
hardness, gain knowledge of gluing properties, writeability, COBB, PLG, etc., advanced paper characteristics, flow,
smoothness, etc., theory of measurement of optical properties, colour measurement, whiteness measurement and
opacity measurements. Other major issues contain basic concepts of printing, various printing processes, structure
of printing machines, text and image processing, fitment and offset-plate producing technology, technology of bookbinding and bindery equipment.
67 Paper and Packaging Materials and Testing II. RMTPA2AVNC
Dr. László Koltai associate professor
The students are expected to verify the conditions of climate-controlled paper laboratory, Measure general properties
of paper, mechanical properties of paper, gluing properties of paper and optical properties of paper. They will be given
introduction of printing processes: plant visit. They will have to understand technology of book-binding: factory visits.
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The main guidelines of this subject are packaging basic knowledge, the purpose of packaging, classification of usage,
knowledge of packaging materials, paper-, glass- and palstic- based packaging materials, packaging and logistics,
logistics packaging, loading units, packaging and environmental protection, Hungarian laws, waste recovery, packaging
and advertisement and consumer packaging.
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