Péter Bauer

Ph.D.
senior research fellow
Address
1111 Budapest, Kende u. 13-17.
Room number
K 428
Email
bauer.peter@sztaki.hu
Phone
+36 1 279 6000/7200

Introduction

Péter BAUER received his MSc in aerospace engineering in 2005 and PhD in mechanical engineering sciences in 2013 at Budapest University of Technolgy and Economics (BME), Faculty of Transportation Engineering. His main research field is the theory and development of aircraft sense and avoid systems. He is SZTAKI's project coordinator in this field from 2015.  His related research is reference signal tracking solutions and their application to aircraft (UAV) control. This is the topic of his PhD thesis as well. He also deals with sensor calibration, nonlinear state estimation, mulitple model adaptive estimation and planning of flight test experiences. He takes part in aerospace engineering related projects in the institute including EU H2020 projects and a long and successful scientific cooperation with University of Minnesota. This latter now focuses on the fault detection and reconfiguration of a small UAV. He also dealt with the control of hybrid solar vehicles and the modelling of highway traffic considering driver behaviour as a PhD student at BME. His new topic is mono camera-based collision detection in automotive applications.

Positions

  • senior research fellow MTA SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory 2016-
  • research fellow MTA SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory 2013-2016
  • assistant research fellow MTA SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory 2011-2013
  • junior researcher MTA SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory 2008-2011
  • PhD student BME Faculty of Transportation Engineering, Department of Control and Transport Automation 2005-2008

Degrees

  • PhD mechanical engineering sciences 2013
  • MSc mechanical engineering 2005

Research Areas

  • Camera-based collision avoidance systems theory and development for aerial and ground vehicles
  • Development of reference signal tracking solutions
  • Planning and control of aircraft waypoint and path tracking flights
  • Development of algorithms related to aircaft navigation (estimation of orientation, velocity, position and wind disturbances)
  • Calibration of inertial sensors
  • Planning of flight test experiences
  • Multiple model adaptive estimation

Assignments

  • FLEXOP EU H2020 project, Quality Manager 2015-
  • Sense and Avoid project, Project Manager 2015-

Educational Activity

  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems
    • Control theory II (BSc, 3 hour/week, seminars and laboratory measurements)
    • Automatic Flight Control and Guidence Systems in Civil Aviation (BSc/MSc, 2 hour/week, 6-8 hours / course)

Selected projects

FLEXOP (EU H2020) 2015-

VISION (EU H2020) 2016-

RECONFIGURE (EU FP7) 2015-2016

 

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