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National Committees
NameComitteeFunctionDateWeb
Ábrahám, GyörgyHugarian Academy of Sciences, Machine Structures Committeemember
MTA
Ábrahám, GyörgyHungarian Space Research Scientific Boardmember
HSO
Korondi, PéterOTKA Jury of Electrotechnics and Electronicsmember2007-2010
Korondi, PéterIEEE Industry Application Society Hungarian Chapterco-chair/founding member2004-
International Committees
NameComitteeFunctionDateWeb
Ábrahám, GyörgyCIE Int.Comission on Illuminationchair
CIE
Ábrahám, GyörgyIMEKOmember
IMEKO
Korondi, PéterIFAC – 4.3 – Robitics Tecnical Committeechair20011-2014IFAC
Korondi, PéterIEEE IES - Computational Intelligence sub-committeechair2008-2011dind.mogi
Korondi PéterIEEE IES - Control, Robotics and Mechatronics Technical Committeechair2011-
Korondi, PéterEPE-PEMC Cfounding member1996-uni-miskolc
International Conferences
NameConferenceFunctionDateWeb
Korondi, PéterIEEE International Conference on Control & Automationorganizer, co-chair2005
Korondi, PéterCERiSgeneral chair2010
Korondi, PéterIEEE/ASME Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM’10) conferencegeneral chair2010
Korondi, PéterIEEE/ASME Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM’11) conferencegeneral chair2011AIM2011
Korondi, PéterIFAC-SYROCO 2012chair2012
National Research Teams
  • "Cognitive Informatics" innovative research team

    This innovative research team was started under the project of TÁMOP-4.2.2-08/1/KMR-2008-0007. However the aim and activity of the research will continue after the project ends.

    Some research topics:

    • Detection of natural (human and animal) mechanovisual signs using informatics instruments
    • Creating artificial mechanovisual signs with informatics instruments

    Leader researchers:

    • Korondi, Péter, Ph.D, D.Sc.
    • Kovács, Ilona, Ph.D, D.Sc.
  • "Eto-robotics" innovative research team

    This innovative research team was started under the project of TÁMOP-4.2.2-08/1/KMR-2008-0007. However the aim and activity of the research will continue even after the project ends.

    Some research topics:

    • Modelling the attachment behavior
    • Modelling the emotion based behavior
    • Development of a robot possessing attachment like behavioral patterns

    Leader researchers:

    • Korondi, Péter, Ph.D, D.Sc.
    • Miklósi, Ádám, Ph.D, D.Sc.
    • Németh, Géza, Ph.D.
  • "Biological motion" innovative research team

    This innovative research team was started under the project of TÁMOP-4.2.2-08/1/KMR-2008-0007. However the aim and activity of the research will continue even after the project ends.

    Some research topics:

    • Cognitive ethology
    • Modelling the biological motion

    Leader researchers:

    • Miklósi, Ádám, Ph.D, D.Sc.
    • Korondi, Péter, Ph.D, D.Sc.
    • Kovács, Ilona, Ph.D, D.Sc.
International research teams
  • iSpace Laboratory Network

    Web: ispace-labnet.org

    iSpace Laboratory Network integrates laboratories involved in the research of intelligent spaces and 3D internet. It opens a new dimension in the cooperation of distant (research or industrial) laboratories and thus unique in this field. So far near 20 research teams have joined from Europe, Asia and America, mainly from institutions that play an important rule in national and international circles. We have to emphasize the importance of the japanese research teams that – with the support of the Japanese government - work on the communications standards of the new generation robots.

  • Integrated Intelligent Systems Japanese and Hungarian Joint Laboratory (IISL)

    Web: iisl-lab.org

    In IISL there are several ongoing research directions. With the leadership of japanese and hungarian professors, approximately 10 students get involved annualy in this project, fulfilling smaller tasks in the form of a semester or final project or Scientific Student Competition. During this, hungarian students can cooperate with japanese students, and also can get access to instruments, that are not available in Hungary. From these approximately 10 students 1-2 PhD student(s) can go to Japan to continue the work he started in Hungary. From the other side several japanese professors and students have decided to come to Hungary in the frame of IISL in order to be able to learn from Hungarian professors.

  • Joint Laboratory for Emerging Information Technology in Manufacturing (ITM)

    Web: itm-lab.org

    The establishment of ITM is clearly a result of the success of IISLAB. Several Norwegian professors came to the realization that one of the best ways to establish contact with the relatively closed Japanese research environment is through Hungary. ITM is the subsidiary organization of IISL, where the professional management is in hungarian hands.