Curriculum Vitae

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Máté Hegyháti, Ph.D.

Birth date: January 23, 1986

hegyhati.work@gmail.com


Associate Professor
University of Sopron
Senior Software Engineer (Contractor)
RTS Product Engineering
Freelance software engineer, tutor
on the UpWork platform

🎓 Degrees

  • Bachelor in Information Technology, Excellent, University of Pannonia, 2008
  • Master in Information Technology, Excellent, University of Pannonia, 2010
  • PhD in Information Technology, Summa Cum Laude, University of Pannonia, 2015

🗣 Languages

  • 🇺🇸 English - fluent
  • 🇩🇪 German - good working knowledge
  • 🇭🇺 Hungarian - native

🏆 Awards

  • Kalmár prize, 2018 - John von Neumann Computer Society
  • Young Researcher of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Veszprem division, 2013 - Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Veszprem Division
  • Pro Scientia Golden Medal, 2009 - OTDT, Hungary
  • Zdenek Burianec Memorial Award, 2008 - Scientific Commitee of PRES Conference
  • Gábor Biros Prize, 2008 - Faculty of Information Technology, University of Pannonia

💰 Grants

  • New National Excellence Program scholarship, 2017
  • New National Excellence Program scholarship, 2016
  • Apáczai Csere János scholarship, 2013

Research & Ph.D. supervision

Active research on the scheduling of batch processes since 2005.

Several collaborative works in the field of sustainable energy planning and graph coloring.

Erdős number: 2

27 published papers, and 52 conference presentations

1 graduated Ph.D. student

Teaching & Supervision

Several regular courses on programming, formal languages, optimization, discrete event systems at several universities since 2005.

Numerous supervised diploma works and student conference projects.

💻 IT skills, technologies

  • Advanced C++ developer
  • Moderate experience with langueages: C, Python, OCaml, PHP, Java, JS, lisp, bash
  • Experience with CI technologies: CircleCI, GitHub Actions, Jenkins, Travis, Docker
  • Moderate experience with following web related technologies: Symfony, Jekyll, Bootstrap, Liquid, Twig
  • Basic knowledge of IoT platforms: DeviceHive, ThingsBoard

Former jobs

  • Senior research fellow, Széchenyi István University, Győr, 2016-2021
  • Software engineer, XBody Hungary Kft., Győr, Hungary, 2017-2020
  • Lecturer and research associate, University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary, 2005-2016
  • Invited lecturer, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary, 2008-2015
  • Invited lecturer, I. Mohammed University, Oujda, Morocco, 2012, 2014, 2015

𝄢 Soft skills and hobbies 🏃

  • Experienced long distance runner, trail runner, hiker, amateur cyclist, triathlete - RunnerMate blog
  • Cello student, former founder and manager of the Symphonic Orchestra of the University of Pannonia
  • Former supervisor of a talent care program, summer camp organizer
  • Former reprsentative of PhD students at several university councils

List of publications

  1. Balázs Dávid , Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - Robust Scheduling of Waste Wood Processing Plants with Uncertain Delivery Sources and Quality ; Sustainability, 2021, 13, 5007
  2. Olivér Ősz , Dominic C.Y. Foo , Máté Hegyháti - Minimizing Freshwater Usage in Batch Process Scheduling: S-Graph Approach ; Process Integration and Optimization for Sustainability, 2020, 5, 31-42
  3. Máté Hegyháti , Tibor Holczinger , Olivér Ősz - Addressing storage time restrictions in the S-graph scheduling framework ; Optimization and Engineering, 2020, ,
  4. Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - Energy usage minimization with the S-graph framework ; Information Society - Proceedings of MATCOS 2019, 2019, 1, 59-62
  5. Máté Hegyháti , Olivér Ősz , Tibor Holczinger - Empirical Study of S-graph Approaches for Limited-Wait Storage Policy ; Information Society - Proceedings of MATCOS 2019, 2019, 1, 43-46
  6. Olivér Ősz , Balázs Ferenczi , Máté Hegyháti - Scheduling a forge with due dates and die deterioration ; Annals of Operations Research, 2019, 285, 353–367
  7. Tibor Holczinger , Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - Scheduling approach for on‑site jobs of service providers ; Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, 2019, ,
  8. Máté Hegyháti , Olivér Ősz - Interlacing in cyclic scheduling ; 8th VOCAL Optimization Conference: Advanced Algorithms - Short papers, 2018, , 50 – 55
  9. Ádám Papp , Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - Review and comparison of MILP models for cyclic scheduling of robotic cells ; 8th VOCAL Optimization Conference: Advanced Algorithms - Short papers, 2018, , 79 – 84
  10. Máté Hegyháti - Batch Process Scheduling with eS-graph: A Case Study ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2018, 70, 115 – 120
  11. Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - An S-graph Based Approach for Multi-Mode Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling with Time-Varying Resource Capacities ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2018, 70, 1165 – 1170
  12. Máté Hegyháti , Olivér Ősz , Miklós Hatwágner - A Study on Solving Single Stage Batch Process Scheduling Problems with an Evolutionary Algorithm Featuring Bacterial Mutations ; Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing. ICAISC 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2018, 10841, 386-394
  13. Máté Hegyháti - Modeling techniques for the eS-graph ; Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Project Management and Scheduling, 2018, 39, 123 – 127
  14. Olivér Ősz , Máté Hegyháti - Scheduling a forge with due dates and die deterioration ; Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Project Management and Scheduling, 2018, 39, 276 – 280
  15. Balázs Dávid , Máté Hegyháti , Miklós Krész - Linearly Priced Timed Automata for the Bus Schedule Assignment Problem ; Proceedings GOL'2018: The 4th IEEE International Conference On Logistics Operations Management, 2018, , 430 – 436
  16. Máté Hegyháti , Olivér Ősz , Balázs Kovács , Ferenc Friedler - Scheduling of Automated Wet-Etch Stations ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2014, 39, 433 – 438
  17. W.P.Q. Ng , P.S. Varbanov , J.J. Klemeš , M. Hegyháti , B. Bertók , I. Heckl , H.L. Lam - Waste to energy for small cities: Economics versus carbon footprint ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2013, 35, 889 – 894
  18. M. Hegyháti , Z. Tuza - Colorability of mixed hypergraphs and their chromatic inversions ; Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, 2013, 25(4), 737 – 751
  19. A. Nemet , M. Hegyháti , J.J. Klemeš , F. Friedler - Increasing solar energy utilisation by rescheduling operations with heat and electricity demand ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2012, 29, 1483 – 1488
  20. T. Holczinger , M. Hegyháti , F. Friedler - Simultaneous heat integration and batch process scheduling ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2012, 29, 337 – 342
  21. Mate Hegyhati , Ferenc Friedler - The role of energy consumption in batch process scheduling ; Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 2011, 29, 1979 – 1983
  22. Mate Hegyhati , Tibor Holczinger , András Andras Szoldatics , Ferenc Friedler - Combinatorial Approach to Address Batch Scheduling Problems with Limited Storage Time ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2011, 25, 495 – 500
  23. Máté Hegyháti , Ferenc Friedler - Combinatorial Algorithms of the S-Graph Framework for Batch Scheduling ; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2011, 50(9), 5169 – 5174
  24. José Miguel Laínez , Máté Hegyháti , Ferenc Friedler , Luis Puigjaner - Using S-graph to address uncertainty in batch plants ; Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 2011, 12(2), 105 – 115
  25. Mate Hegyhati , Ferenc Friedler - Overview of Industrial Batch Process Scheduling ; Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2010, 21, 895 – 900
  26. M. Hegyháti , T. Majozi , T. Holczinger , F. Friedler - Practical infeasibility of cross-transfer in batch plants with complex recipes: S-graph vs MILP methods ; Chemical Engineering Science, 2009, 64(3), 605 – 610
  27. Tibor Holczinger , Thokozani Majozi , Mate Hegyhati , Ferenc Friedler - An automated algorithm for throughput maximization under fixed time horizon in multipurpose batch plants: S-Graph approach ; Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 2007, 24, 649 – 654

Conference presentations and posters

  1. Improving solution performance of the S-graph scheduling framework - Ősz, O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    ECCO 2021 - Madrid, Spain - June 10 - June 11, 2021
  2. Energy usage minimization with the S-graph framework - Ősz, O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    MATCOS-19 - Koper, Slovenia - Oct 10-11, 2019
  3. Empirical Study of S-graph Approaches for Limited-Wait Storage Policy - Hegyhati, M, O. Ősz, T. Holczinger, persented at:
    MATCOS-19 - Koper, Slovenia - Oct 10-11, 2019
  4. A novel MILP model for cyclic scheduling with interlacing - Ősz, O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    ECCO 2019 - St. Julian's, Malta - May 30 - June 1, 2019
  5. Interlacing in cyclic scheduling - Hegyhati, M, O. Ősz, persented at:
    VOCAL 2018 - Esztergom, Hungary - Dec 10-12, 2018
  6. Review and comparison of MILP models for cyclic scheduling of robotic cells - Papp, Á., O. Ősz, M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    VOCAL 2018 - Esztergom, Hungary - Dec 10-12, 2018
  7. Recent developments on the soiling simulation of solar power plants - Merrouni, A. A., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    2nd SPIL - Brno, Czech Republic - Aug 30-31, 2018
  8. Production scheduling of resources with varying availability - Osz O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    2nd SPIL - Brno, Czech Republic - Aug 30-31, 2018
  9. Batch Process Scheduling with eS-graph: A Case Study - M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    PRES/CHISA 2018 - Prague, Czech Republic - Aug 26-29, 2018
  10. An S-graph Based Approach for Multi-Mode Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling with Time-Varying Resource Capacites - Osz O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    PRES/CHISA 2018 - Prague, Czech Republic - Aug 26-29, 2018
  11. A study on solving single stage batch process scheduling problems with an evolutionary algorithm featuring bacterial mutations - Hegyhati M., O. Osz, M. Hatwágner, persented at:
    ICAISC 2018 - Zakopane, Poland - Jun 3-7, 2018
  12. Linearly Priced Timed Automata for the Bus Schedule Assignment Problem - Dávid B., M. Hegyháti, M. Krész, persented at:
    GOL 2018 - Le Havre, France - April 10-12, 2018
  13. Modeling techniques for the eS-graph - Hegyhati, M., persented at:
    PMS 2018 - Rome, Italy - Apr 17-20, 2018
  14. Scheduling a forge with due dates and die deterioration - Osz O., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    PMS 2018 - Rome, Italy - Apr 17-20, 2018
  15. Evaluation of Cleaning Strategies for Solar Power Plants in Eastern Morocco - Merrouni A. A., A. Mezrhab, M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    1st SPIL - Brno, Czech Republic - Dec 6-7, 2017
  16. Scheduling of Mobile Workflows with S-graph - Holczinger T., O. Ősz, M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    SPIL 2017 - Brno, Czech Republic - Dec 6-7, 2017
  17. Timed Automata based scheduling of automated wet-etch stations - Hegyhati, M., persented at:
    ECCO 2017 - Koper, Slovenia - May 3-6, 2017
  18. Combinatorial approach for the multi-mode resource-constrained project scheduling problem - Osz, O., M . Hegyhati, persented at:
    ECCO 2017 - Koper, Slovenia - May 3-6, 2017
  19. S-graph based reactive scheduling - Hegyhati, M., Z. Nemes, persented at:
    VOCAL 2016 - Esztergom, Hungary - December 12-15, 2016
  20. A novel combinatorial approach for the resource-constrained scheduling problem - Osz, O., M. Hegyhati M., persented at:
    VOCAL 2016 - Esztergom, Hungary - December 12-15, 2016
  21. A combinatorial modeling tool for event-based batch process scheduling: the eS-graph - Hegyhati, M., persented at:
    ASCONIKK & VOCAL 2014 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 14-17, 2014
  22. Generic software tool for the evaluation, comparison and ranking of methods for short-term batch process scheduling problems - Hegyhati, M., A. Eles, persented at:
    ASCONIKK & VOCAL 2014 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 14-17, 2014
  23. Combinatorial approach for the scheduling of Automated Wet-etch Stations - Osz, O., B. Kovacs, M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    ASCONIKK & VOCAL 2014 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 14-17, 2014
  24. Handling Limited Wait and Zero Wait policies with the S­-graph framework - Toth, B., M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    ASCONIKK & VOCAL 2014 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 14-17, 2014
  25. Scheduling of automated wet-etch stations - Hegyhati, M., O. Osz, B. Kovacs, F. Friedler, persented at:
    CHISA/PRES 2014 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 23-27, 2014
  26. Waste to Energy for Small Cities: Economics vs. Carbon Footprints - Ng, W. Q. P., P. S. Varbanov. J. J. Klemes, M. Hegyhati, B. Bertok, I. Heckl, H. L. Lam, persented at:
    PRES '13 - Rhodos, Greece - September 29 - October 2, 2013
  27. The effect of cleaning strategies of CSP mirrors on the efficiency and water footprint of solar power plants - Hegyhati, M., A. A. Merrouni, F. Wolferstetter, A. Mrezhrab, F. Friedler, persented at:
    SDEWES 2013 - Dubrovnik, Croatia - September 22-27, 2013
  28. Graph based approaches for scheduling trains in railway networks - Hegyhati M., O. Osz, F. Friedler, persented at:
    InnoRail 2013 - Budapest, Hungary - Oct 28-30, 2013
  29. Combinatorial Tool for Cyclic Scheduling of Batch Processes: S-graph Approach - Hegyháti, M., A. Szoldatics, O. Ősz, F. Friedler, persented at:
    VOCAL 2012 - Veszprém, Hungary - December 11-14, 2012
  30. Empirical Analysis of Methods and Software Tools for Batch Process Scheduling - Éles A., B. Kovács, B. Tóth, M. Hegyháti, persented at:
    VOCAL 2012 - Veszprém, Hungary - Dec 11-14, 2012
  31. Simultaneous heat integration and batch process scheduling - Holczinger, T., M. Hegyhati, F. Friedler, persented at:
    CHISA/PRES 2012 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 25-29, 2012
  32. Increasing solar energy utilisation by rescheduling operations with heat and electricity demand - Nemet, A., M. Hegyháti, J. K. Klemeš, F. Friedler, persented at:
    CHISA/PRES 2012 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 25-29, 2012
  33. Modeling issues of mathematical programming based approaches in batch process scheduling - Hegyháti, M., A. Éles, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES 2012 - Prague, Czech Republic - Aug 25-29, 2012
  34. Cyclic scheduling of batch processes: S-graph algorithm - Hegyháti, M., A. Szoldatics, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES 2012 - Prague, Czech Republic - Aug 25-29, 2012
  35. Increasing solar energy utilisation by rescheduling operations with heat and electricity demand - Nemet, A., M. Hegyhati, J. J. Klemeš, F. Friedler, persented at:
    SDEWES 2012 - Ohrid, Macedonia - July 1-7, 2012
  36. Tools of Discrete Event Systems for Batch Process Scheduling - Hegyháti, M., F. Friedler, persented at:
    CAPE 2012 - Veszprém, Hungary - March 26-28, 2012
  37. In-Depth Study and Comparison of S-Graph Framework and Precedence Based MILP Formulations for Batch Process Scheduling - Hegyháti, M., T. Holczinger, F. Friedler, persented at:
    AIChE AM 2011 - Minneapolis, USA - October 16-21, 2011
  38. The role of energy consumption in batch process scheduling - Hegyhati, M., F. Friedler, persented at:
    ESCAPE 21 - Chalkidiki, Greece - May 29 - June 1, 2011
  39. Combinatorial Approach to Address Batch Scheduling Problems with Limited Storage Time - Hegyhati, M., T. Holczinger, A. Szoldatics, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES'11 - Florence, Italy - May 8-11, 2011
  40. S-graph as an integrated modelling and optimization tool for the scheduling of industrial batch processes - Holczinger, T. ,M. Hegyhati, F. Friedler, persented at:
    VOCAL 2010 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 13-15, 2010
  41. Overview of industrial batch process scheduling - Hegyhati, M., F. Friedler, persented at:
    CHISA/PRES 2010 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 29 - September 1, 2010
  42. Preemptive optimization of chemical batch processes with continuous external uncertainties based on a novel S-graph branching strategy - Hegyhati, M., J. M. Lainez, L. Puigjaner, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES 2010 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 29 - September 1, 2010
  43. Practical feasibility of mathematical models in scheduling - Hegyhati, M., T. Majozi, T. Holczinger, F. Friedler, persented at:
    VOCAL 2008 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 15-17, 2008
  44. Throughput maximization in a multipurpose batch plant - Hegyhati, M., T. Majozi, F. Friedler, persented at:
    CHISA/PRES 2008 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 24-28, 2008
  45. Using S-graph to address uncertainty in batch plants - Laínez, J., M. Hegyhati, L. Pugjaner, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES 2008 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 24-28, 2008
  46. S-graph based continuous-time approach for throughput maximization in multipurpose batch plants - Majozi, T., F. Friedler, T. Holczinger, M. Hegyhati, persented at:
    IFORS 2008 - Johannesburg, South Africa - July 13-18, 2008
  47. Colorability of mixed hypergraphs and their chromatic inverses - Hegyhati M., Z. Tuza, persented at:
    CID 2007 - Karpacz, Poland - September 16-21, 2007
  48. Transforming STN based scheduling problems to S-graph representation - Hegyhati, M., T. Holczinger, T. Majozi, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PCCPE 2007 - Rzeszów, Poland - September 3-7, 2007
  49. Throughput Maximization in Multipurpose Batch Plants: S-graph vs Time Point Based Methods - Holczinger, T.,T. Majozi, M. Hegyhati, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES'07 - Ischia Island, Italy - June 24-27, 2007
  50. An Automated Algorithm for Throughput Maximization Under Fixed Time Horizon in Multipurpose Batch Plants: S-Graph Approach - Holczinger, T.,T. Majozi, M. Hegyhati, F. Friedler, persented at:
    ESCAPE 17 - Bucharest, Romania - May 27-30, 2007
  51. Using S-graph for Throughput Maximization in Multipurpose Batch Plants - Holczinger, T.,T. Majozi, M. Hegyhati, F. Friedler, persented at:
    VOCAL 2006 - Veszprem, Hungary - December 12-15, 2006
  52. Demonstration program for S-graph based batch-process scheduling - Hegyhati, M., R. Adonyi, T. Holczinger, F. Friedler, persented at:
    PRES 2006 - Prague, Czech Republic - August 27-31, 2006

Teaching experience

Active regular courses
Past regular courses
Active PhD courses
Irregular courses

Supervision experience

M.Sc. diploma works
  1. Tamás Biczó: Interactive online solver for linear programming problems - Széchenyi István University, Masters in Computer Science Engineering, 2019, Excellent
  2. Tamás Nyitrai: “Free to play, run to win” game for Android - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2017, Excellent
  3. Zsolt Nemes: S-graph based reactive scheduling method - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2017, Excellent
  4. Olivér Ősz: Development of a novel scheduling approach based on incompatible sets - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2016, Excellent
  5. Balázs Kovács: Graphical user interface for scheduling solver - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2016, Excellent
  6. László Szabó: Game engine for turn-based strategy and rpg games with hexagonal layout - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2015, Excellent
  7. Anikó Bartos: Mobile application to support tariff selection - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  8. Zoltán Gulácsi: Interactive graphical user interface for the S-graph based solution of throughput maximization problems - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  9. Ferenc Tollas: Developement of Eclipse plug-in for programming specific tests - University of Pannonia, Master of Engineering in Information Technology, 2012, Excellent
B.Sc. diploma works
  1. Patrícia Kovács: Risk based desktop application promoting healthy lifestyle - University of Sopron, Bachelor in Business Information Science, 2021, Excellent
  2. Katalin Hadarics: Vehicle scheduling - Electric busses - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Business Information Science, 2021, Excellent
  3. Éva Csordás: Software for modeling the operation of a non-deterministic pushdown automaton - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2020, Good
  4. Roman Donchenko: Guide application for bicycle tours - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2020, Good
  5. Erik Gróf: Scheduling application for the wood industry - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2020, Excellent
  6. Gergő Molnár: Throughput maximization in batch production systems - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2020, Excellent
  7. Petra Vida: DFA Crush - an automata theory game - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2020, Excellent
  8. Olivér Dunár: Expected profit maximization in a stochastic environment with the S-graph framework - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2019, Excellent
  9. Judit Vida: Single stage production scheduling with timed automaton - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Business Information Science, 2019, Excellent
  10. Balázs Szilágyi: Comparison shopping website for musical instruments - Széchenyi István University, Bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, 2019, Excellent
  11. Evelin Böröndi: Smartphone app for planning local transportation in Veszprém - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Business Information Technology, 2018, Excellent
  12. István Decsi: Nonogram solver framework - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2017, Excellent
  13. János Barta: Web application for performance hiking calendar - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2016, Good
  14. Máté Kertai: Adaptation of the “Harc a világért” table game with Hexengine - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2015, Good
  15. Zsolt Ádám Nemes: Heuristic accelerations of the S-graph solver - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Software Information Technology, 2015, Excellent
  16. Gergely Koller: Development of a software supporting the study of baroque composing methods - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2015, Excellent
  17. Péter Mohos: Nostalgia application for Android - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2015, Excellent
  18. Olivér Ősz: New S-graph based algorithms for the scheduling of wet-etch stations - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Software Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  19. András Éles: Advisory system for choosing solution approach for batch scheduling problems - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  20. Balázs Kovács: Extension of the S-graph solver system to address AWS problems - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  21. Dénes Papp: Web based system for supporting violin competitions - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2014, Excellent
  22. László Szabó: Android based game console system - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2013, Excellent
  23. Tamás Hollósi: Isomertic game engine for Android - University of Pannonia, Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, 2012, Excellent