Zsombor Vigh, Electrical Engineer (Infocomms) B.Sc
He graduated ECE in 2016 at Széchenyi István University in Győr, Dept. of Telecommunications.
His basic professinal interest rooted in his education and covers the special fields of Telecomms (Wired and Wireless) Systems, Measurement Technology, IT Information (BigData) Systems, Mobile Cellular/Radio Networks and Intelligent Machine-to-Machnine Communications.
During the period of University he received technical experiences in practise at certain enterprise and also small companies around Győr, working in special fileds of ESD/EMC protection, electronics industry, automotive and industrial automation.
After graduation he received a job at a mobile telecommunication company, and began to work at Telenor Common Operation (TnCO) at Budapest. He worked in the Department for Radio Access Networks and Optimization, as a Network Developer Engineer. His responsibility was in BigData-based Network Management Systems, Customer Experience Analytics Cloud Systems validation and development, validation of Base-station related Database Data, oversight and optimization of Cellular Networks Elements (Area Management) and also continous contact keeping with supplier partners.
Currently at the Institute’s Systems and Control Lab he works together with the Autonomous Vehicle Systems R&D group in the speciality research field of ITS V2X/C-V2X Intelligent Vehicle Communication Technologies. He is eager to deepen his knowledge in the fields of Embedded Autonomous Systems, Sensory, Localization and Positioning, Real-time Systems and Solutions.
Besides carriing out Masters Programme, he takes part in teaching Systems and Control labs at BME and ELTE. He orientates his education to special application fields of Systems and Control Theory.
B.Sc in Electrical Engineer, Széchenyi István University, Győr, 2016.
Research Areas, interest Fields
- Telecommunication Systems (Wired and Wireless)
- Intelligent Vehicle Communications, ITS V2X/C-V2X Systems
- Embedded Informatics, M2M Communications, Smart Networks
- Practical applications of Classical and Modern Control Theory, Real-time Systems