Department of Information Sciences

Faculty of Engineering Sciences

                                               Department of Information Sciences

Head of Department:

Dr. Pozna Claudiu Radu

Position:

  University associate professor

 

 

 

Contact information:

Dr. József Sziray

Position:

  University associate professor

Telephone: +36 96 503 486

E-mail: sziray@sze.hu

Homepage: http://ivi.sze.hu/main.php?szervegys=in

 

Research profile:

-          Development of real-time software systems

-          Functional verification of safety-critical computer systems

-          Medical-genetics diagnostics

-          Implementation of marketable communication and information services based on ENUM procedure

 

Applied Methods / Special tools:

-          SAS statistical data-search and decision support software system

-          Business Objects management decision support system

-          Oracle database management system

-          National Rose designer framework

-          WinDev object-oriented designer framework

-          Business Objects

-          SAS

-          Oracle

-          WinDev

-          National Rose

 

References:

 

Research projects:

 

1. Research of safety-critical diagnostics informatics systems

Type: OTKA F046726

Aim: To develop adequate algorithms and procedures that ensure the safety, reliability, faultlessness of the service of safety-critical diagnostics informatics systems and to apply them effectively in both technical and biomedical systems, as well as in their development

Tasks, performed by the Department: Developing new remote-diagnostics algorithms, and publishing results; developing and publishing new software development methods; developing and publishing new photo emission and diagnostics algorithms; developing and publishing new biomedical diagnostics algorithms; comparing, validating and publishing algorithms; implementing, validating, and publishing algorithms

Duration: 2003-2007

Project partners: Budapest University of Technology and Economics

 

2. Implementation of services, based the ENUM procedure

Type: GVOP-3.1.1.-2004-05-0408/3.

Aim: To create a database necessary for the Internet service of certain users (that has a simple DNS query), utilizing the help of the ENUM procedure, telecommunication identifiers and other identifiers. To create the possibility of the implementing a marketable communication and information service, based on the ENUM procedure

 

Tasks, performed by the Department: Following the requirement specification of services, based on ENUM; preparing an impact assessment for the use of the Pilot system; following requirement specifications, analysing, designing, functional testing, system testing, database uploading, configuring Secure DNS of the pilot system; preparing specifications, designing, developing the environment, preparing the information materials, uploading the knowledge base, preparing teaching materials of ENUM knowledge-centre; following requirement specifications, analysing, designing, developing software, functional testing, system testing, public testing of ENUM competent clients; following requirement specifications, analysing, designing, developing software, functional testing, system testing, public testing for clients, used in mobile equipment

Duration: 2005-2006

Project partners: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Interware Inc.

 

Contract research:

 

1. Development of real-time software systems (application of Real Time Java language) Thomas Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York State IBM Innovation Award

Type: Industrial commission

Aim: To develop real-time embedded systems

Tasks, performed by the Department: Developing real-time Java; following Real Time Specification for Java (RTSJ); performing parallel programming, scheduling and synchronization

Duration: 2008-2011

Client: IBM Hungary Ltd., Budapest

 

2. Functional verification of safety-critical computer systems

Type: Industrial commission

Aim: To test, verify and validate the safety-critical software systems, to computationally plan the malfunction tests of hardware systems

Tasks, performed by the Department: Software testing, testing design of CMOS circuits, performing failure simulations, handling NP-complete computational complexity, utilizing algorithm theory, utilizing computation theory

Duration: 1998-

Partners: Budapest University of Technology and Economics - Department of Measurement and Information Systems, Prolan Ltd. Budakalász, Thales Austria AG Wien, Thales Ltd. Budapest

 

Keywords:

Real-time software systems, safety-critical computer systems, medical-genetics diagnostics, ENUM process

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Események

Levelezős konzultációs hétvége 2017. november 24. - 2017. november 25.
Szenátusi ülés 2017. november 27. 14:00 - 16:00

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