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Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Reviewers: 37

2nd in Hungary

Reviews: 1,946

1st in Hungary

Merit: 5,779

1st in Hungary

Openness: 1.3

5th in Hungary

Journal Editors at Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Reviewers from Budapest University of Technology and Economics

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    Janos Botzheim

    Janos Botzheim’s degrees earned: Budapest University of Technology and Economics: M.Sc. in Technical Informatics (2001), Ph.D. in Computer Science (2008). He is an associate professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Mechatronics, Optics, and Mechanical Engineering Informatics since February 2018. His research interests are computational intelligence and cognitive robotics. He is a member of the following scientific societies: John von Neumann Computer Society, Hungarian Fuzzy Association, Hungarian Academy of Engineering, IEEE, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, IEEE Computer Society. He has about 160 papers in journals and conference proceedings. The number of his known independent citations is about 370. He has been an invited reviewer for​ several scientific journals and conferences.

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    Imre Norbert Orbulov

    Associate professor at BME. Main field of interest: properties of metallic foams, syntactic foams.

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    László Poppe

    László Poppe is a professor at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary. Currently he is the Head of Bioorganic Chemistry Research Group, Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology. He graduated as a chemical engineer from Technical University of Budapest in 1983 and completed his PhD in organic chemistry with Prof. L. Novák in 1987. He then was a research fellow at the Central Research Institute for Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and spent one year (1991-1992) as an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow with Prof. J. Rétey at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. He became professor and head of the Bioorganic Chemistry Group at the Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology at BME in 2005. His research interests are centered on stereoselective synthesis of biologically active compounds, biocatalysis, enzyme mechanism and immobilization, and continuous-flow technologies. He has published over 120 papers, co-authored six books and has involved in several patents.

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    Antal Tungler

    chemical engineer, DSc, professor emeritus expertise in catalysis and chemical technology

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    Attila Bonyar

    I have MSc in Electrical Engineering (2009), MSc in Biomedical Engineering (2011) and PhD in Electrical Engineering (2013). I am an associate professor at the Department of Electronics Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and head of the Nanotechnology Laboratory. Currently working on the research&development of plasmonic biosensors.

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    László Hegedűs

    László Hegedűs is an associate professor at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary. He graduated as a chemical engineer (MSc) at the Technical University of Budapest in 1993 and received his PhD in chemistry in 1997. Later he worked as a research fellow (2007-2011) and as a senior research fellow (2012-2017) in the MTA-BME Organic Chemical Technology Research Group of Hungarian Academy of Sciences at BME. He became associate professor at the Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology at BME in 2017. His research interests are focused on heterogeneous catalysis (liquid-phase hydrogenations, preparation and characterisation of supported precious metal or skeleton catalysts, chemo- and stereoselective reactions) and synthetic chemistry (synthesis of pharmaceutical intermediates). He has published 71 papers and has involved in several patents.