Teaching & Supervision

Teaching experience

Active regular courses

Past regular courses

Active PhD courses

Past PhD courses

Irregular courses

Supervision experience with B.Sc. and M.Sc. students

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