The PhD report of the Doctoral School of Information Science took place on 22nd January, 2020. 9 PhD students presented his/her scientific results.


The Doctoral School of Information Science and Technology organised 5 events on 28th August 2019; two home defences, a viva, a complex exam and a comprehensive exam.

All of our students succeeded in taking the exams. Jun Yow Yong defended his PhD thesis titled „Tools and Methods in Aiding Heat Exchanger Network Retrofit for Better Economic Performance” successfully.

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We are expressing our congratulations on their success!

The Section of Mathematical and Information Sciences of the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students (DOSZ MITO) organises its annual winter school at the University of Pannonia, in the beautiful city of Veszprém from 24th to 26th January, 2020.

The co-organiser and the sponsor of the event is the Faculty of Information Technology of the University of Pannonia.

This winter school is going to be the 7th so far. Its goals are to strengthen scientific and professional relationships among

Luke McNamara is a senior analyst at FireEye, a publicly listed cybersecurity company that provides products and services to protect against advanced cyber threats. He works on the company’s Horizon’s team in the Washington, DC area, and conducts strategic forecasting to anticipate risks posed by emerging technologies and geopolitical developments. McNamara has expertise in countering disinformation.  Additionally, he supported the establishment of a cyber threat intelligence

Dr. Yunus Uzun from the electrical department of the Aksaray University visited our faculty within the framework of Erasmus+ programme. He had a meeting with Dr. Attila Magyar about the possibilities for cooperation.


The Faculty organised a so-called multiplier event on 9th July 2019 in order to present the innovations of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project titled „Setting the trends in IoT”. Besides the visitors from Hungary we had quests from Romania, Ireland and from Macedonia as well. In the framework of the demo part our colleagues and our students presented the prototypes of the newly developed smart IoT devices (e. g: mini traffic lights, windmill and smart door)

Dr. Alper Kerem the lecturer of the Kahramanmaras Sütçü İmam University (Turkey) spent two days at the Electrical Energetic Systems Research Laboratory on 15th and 16th October 2019.He delivered a lecture about the Integration of the wind turbines within the lectures titled Electrical Energetics and Smart Grid on 15th October.On 16th October we delivered another lecture titled „Smart Grid and Engineering Applications" and he had a discussion with our colleagues about the possible further

The regular PhD report session took place on 21st June.


Please, find below the list of the students and the lecture titles:
2019.06.21 Name Semester Title Témavezető 10:00-10:20 Tomas Attila Olaj 1 Scheduling and Packing problems Dr. Dósa György 10:20-10:40 Szakonyi Benedek 2 Improved stress detection method for Ambient Assisted Living applicatio Dr. Vassányi István, Dr. Kósa István 10:40-11:00 Rátosi Márk 3 Indoor Localization

Dear PhD Students, We are inviting everybody who is interested to the PhD course titled Computer Controlled Systems II. held between 27th and 30th January 2020. Deatils can be found on th elink as follows:

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