Scientific Projects

1 Jan 2016– 31 Dec 2018

Started in January 2016, the EXCELL project (Actions for Excellence in Smart Cyber-Physical Systems applications through exploitation of Big Data in the context of Production Control and Logistics) foresees the collaboration of researchers from four European countries (Hungary, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium) in the field of Cyber-Physical Systems and Big Data applications serving production and logistics networks.

31 Dec 2015– 30 Nov 2018

STREAMLINE will address the competitive advantage needs of European online media businesses (EOMB) by delivering fast reactive analytics suitable in solving a wide array of problems, including addressing customer retention, personalized recommendation, and more broadly targeted services. STREAMLINE will develop cross-­sectorial analytics drawing on multi­‐source data originating from online media consumption, online games, telecommunications services, and multilingual web content. STREAMLINE partners face big and fast data challenges.

1 Dec 2015– 30 Nov 2017

Our goal is to overcome the present state of the art (decision trees, logistic regression) in analyzing customer behavior and predicting risks for bank customers. We emphasize the deployment of open source analytics software. Our partner is OTP Bank.

1 Oct 2015– 30 Sep 2018

Modern multifunctional clinical instruments enhance the accuracy of the medical diagnostics. The aim of this development project is to create a multi or hyper-spectral illuminator that can be used in medical imaging instruments such as endoscopes. The new illuminator will be able to generate high power light beam composed of arbitrary narrow bandwidth spectral components  and modify the composition quickly in time to support multi-spectral imaging with a video camera. 

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Oct 2015

Since autumn 2015, our laboratory cooperates with Hoya Szemüveglencse Gyártó Magyarország Ltd. within the topics of simulation analysis and „Industry 4.0”. The primary goal of the project is to model different segments of the company’s plant in Mátészalka, according to different capacity planning and process improvement criteria. Within the developments and workshops of the cooperation, the engineers of Hoya picked up the basics of simulation modelling, enabling them to use this technology in the everyday practice.

1 Oct 2015– 30 Sep 2018

The MPLab laboratory is involved in the joint project SCOPIA where the task of our colleagues is to develop accurate image registration techniques for multi-spectral images:   Predicting the chances of a successful Embryo transfer by the use of minimal invasive endoscopic device

22 Sep 2015– 30 Jun 2017

Traffic management plays an important role in the smart city concept, enabling the authorities to observe and control the traffic flow. The key elements of such system are the sensing nodes, which provide information regarding the speed of each individual vehicle. Current speed measurement devices use separate sensors for speed estimation (RADAR/LIDAR), and vehicle identification (camera). These are expensive devices, and thus not suitable for example, to monitor the whole road network of a city, which would require a large number of sensing nodes.

1 Jul 2015– 30 Jun 2017

MTA SZTAKI initiated and leads an R&D consortium aiming to develop automated control functionality for commercial vehicles. The R&D objectives include the reduction of fuel consumption and of the emission of air pollutants, as well as the improvement of road safety and driver comfort. The project is organised in the following thematic groups:

  1. System architecture
  2. Automated vehicle control
  3. Energy-optimal vehicle control
  4. Power-supply
  5. Drive


1 Jul 2015– 30 Jun 2017

Automatizált haszongépjármű-specifikus járműirányítási funkciók megvalósítását, üzemanyag fogyasztás és káros anyag kibocsátás csökkentését, közlekedésbiztonság növelését célzó kutatás indult az MTA SZTAKI vezetésével, a Nemzeti Kutatási, Fejlesztési és Innovációs Alap finanszírozásában.

1 Jun 2015– 30 Nov 2018

A closer coupling of wing aeroelasticity and flight control systems in the design process opens new opportunities to explore previously unviable designs. Common methods and tools across the disciplines also provide a way to rapidly adapt existing designs into derivative aircraft, at a reduced technological risk (e.g. using control to solve a flutter problem discovered during development). Flutter Free FLight Envelope eXpansion for ecOnomical Performance improvement (FLEXOP) thus opens a complete new dimension for derivative aircraft design.