Graduates of the ES programme become world-class specialists and innovators in the field of embedded systems, capable of developing smart embedded solutions for new challenges in domains of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and the Internet-of-Things (Io T).
They are also capable of taking on leading management roles in embedded systems and more general ICT companies.
Link to the University: Programme Contact: Tamás Dabóczi, [email protected] Specialisation: Critical Embedded Systems BME offers a specialisation on embedded system for which the safety, reliability, fault tolerance, availability and reaction time are crucial.
Among many fields this includes automotive industry (engine management, safety systems, advanced driver assistance systems etc.), railway control, aerospace industry, medical instrumentation.
He teaches Real-time systems, Embedded and ambient systems, and Information processing within ES tracks.
His research area is embedded systems, with special emphasis on information processing and numerical correction of distortions.Applications include a wide variety of industrial and personal systems such as robots, cars, airplanes, satellites, elevators, mobile telephones, washing machines, and health-care equipment just to mention a few.In all these areas, embedded systems confer added value to the products by either extending the range of the delivered functionalities or by enhancing the quality of a “traditional” functionality that is rendered to the user. More than 98% of the world’s processors are located in embedded systems. Application period: November 2018 - 1 February 2019 15 February 2019 - 15 April 2019 Embedded systems are everywhere!Once your papers are received, the selection committee will make the final decision on whether your bachelors and work experience are sufficient as prerequisites for the track you have applied for.The above common technical content is delivered through different sets of mandatory and elective courses at the three entry universities.If the “hardware track” is selected at the KTH entry, then one of the three involved specialisations (UTU, UNITN, BME) has to be selected as the exit.On the other hand, the “software track” at the KTH entry and the first year programmes at the TUB and TUE entries allow students to select any of the specialisations, including the three specialisations (UTU, UNITN, BME) that participate in the “hardware track” with the KTH entry.Three large automotive research centres reside in Budapest (Thyssen Krupp Presta, Robert Bosch, Knorr-Bremse), and also other embedded system developers like Ericsson. Tamás Dabóczi is Head of the Department of Measurement and Information Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary.Besides coordinating the EIT Digital Master School Critical Embedded Systems specialisation, he has been involved in developing four new Embedded Systems (ES) specialisations both at BSc and MSc level in the past years.