At the moment, there is a transition in the doctoral program of the school from the Doctoral School of Applied Informatics (AIDI) to the Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics (AIAMDI). The AIAMDI is under accreditation presently. Anyway, the program of AIAMDI will include the program of AIDI. The academic concept of AIAMDI is briefed below.
The applied informatics and the applied mathematics disciplines appear in the program separately. At the same time, these disciplines are linked in the program organically. The curriculum background of the currently on-going and accredited program of the AIDI will be saved in the new more interdisciplinary AIAMDI. The main purpose of the extended doctoral program is to reinforce the rapidly developing research in technical mathematics. In accordance with the dual discipline nature of the doctoral school, the program consists of two main units:
- Program of applied informatics (leader prof. Aurél Galántai)
- Program of applied mathematics (leader prof. László Szeidl)
In the core of the program is the computation engineering which is specifically defined as a symbiosis of the intelligent engineering systems, intelligent mechatronics systems, as well as applied mathematics and informatics. In accordance with this main thematic approach, the subprograms were defined into two groups (see tables below).
Applied Informatics Programme (leader: Aurél Galántai)
Subprograms |
Subprogram leader |
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I.1. Basics and applications of informatics |
Aurél Galántai, professor |
I.2. Systems for intelligent informatics |
Annamária Várkonyi Kóczy, professor |
I.3. Systems for intelligent mechatronics |
István Krómer, professor |
I.4. Computation engineering |
Imre J. Rudas, professor |
Applied Mathematics Programme (leader: László Szeidl)
Subprograms |
Subprogram leader |
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M.1. Basics and applications of mathematics mathematics |
László Szeidl, professor |
M.2. Computational intelligence. |
Róbert Fullér, professor |
M.3. Control theory |
József K. Tar, professor |
M.4. Engineering computations |
Imre J. Rudas, professor |