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Head of Laboratory
László Bacsárdi obtained M.Sc. degree in computer engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary in 2006. He wrote his PhD thesis on the possible connection between space communications and quantum communications at the BME Department of Telecommunications in 2012. He became corresponding member of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in 2019. His current research interests are in Industry 4.0, quantum computing and quantum communications.
Between 2009 and 2020, he worked at the University of Sopron, Hungary (formerly known as University of West Hungary) where he was the Head of the Institute of Informatics and Economics between Nov 2012 and Aug 2018. Since 2020, he is associate professor at the Department of Networked Systems and Services, BME and Head of the Mobile Communications and Quantum Technologies Laboratory.
He is member of the Hungarian Scientific Council on Space Research as well as the Hungarian ESA delegation as adviser to the Joint Board on Communication Satellite Programme (JCB) of Europan Space Agency (ESA). He is the leader of the space engineering master program @BME.
Eszter Udvary got an M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary. She wrote her Ph.D. thesis on the Application of Multifunctional Semiconductor Optical Amplifier in SubCarrier Multiplexed Optical Access Networks at BME in 2009. She is a member of IEEE and HTE. Her current research interests are in quantum communications and optical access networks.
László Gyöngyösi received the MSc and PhD degrees from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). His research interests include quantum information, quantum computation and quantum communication. He is a research scientist at the BME Department of Networked Systems and Services, and at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA).
Sándor Imre is professor and Head of Dept. of Networked Systems and Sevices at the Budapest University of Technology (BME). He obtained dr. univ. degree in in probability theory and statistics 1996, Ph.D. degree in 1999 and DSc degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) in 2007. He was elected to Senior Member of IEEE in 2012 and corresponding member of HAS in 2019. He acts as supervisor in the High Seed Networks Laboratory since 1999. He was invited to join the Mobile Innovation Centre of BME as R&D director between 2005-2015. Similarly his is the R&D director of the Quantum Informatics National Lab of Hungary since 2020. His research interests include mobile and wireless systems, quantum computing and communications. Especially he has contributions on different wireless access technologies, mobility protocols and their game theoretical approaches, reconfigurable systems, quantum computing based algorithms and protocols. He published 3 books and 400+ conference and journal papers.
Róbert Schulcz obtained MSc degree in electrical engineering in 2000, and in economics in 2009 at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). His current research interests are in IoT, smart homes and mobile applications.
Ágoston Schranz received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary, in 2015 and 2017, respectively. He is currently an assistant research fellow at BME, Department of Networked Systems and Services, where he is a member of the Mobile Communication and Quantum Technologies Laboratory, working towards a Ph.D. His research interests include optical communications, quantum key distribution, and quantum random number generation.
Sándor Szabó graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2000, obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2011, and has been working as an assistant professor at the Department of Network Systems and Services ever since. He participates in research projects at the university. Over the past 20 years, he has worked as a researcher and project manager on a number of industrial R&D projects. His research interests include wired and wireless network integration, artificial intelligence-assisted image processing, and wireless sensor networks. Sándor has always been interested in putting research results into practice, utilizing R&D results in startup companies.
Balázs Solymos received his B.Sc. degree in 2018, followed by his his M.Sc. degree in early 2020 in Electrical Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). He is currently pursuing his PhD at the Department of Networked Systems and Services. His research interest are quantum random number generation, quantum communications and quantum computing.
Sara El Gaily
Doaa Subhi Al-Nuaim
Since the foundation of our laboratory in 1997, several researchers have been joined to our team either as PhD students or staff member. Selected list of our former members can be found here.