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Elvira ANTALElvira ANTAL
College Senior Lecturer
Department of Natural Sciences and Engineering

She has graduated as Computer Programmer in Economics (M.Sc. equivalent) from the University of Szeged in 2010. She has finished the PhD programme of the University of Szeged in Computer Science and currently writing her thesis in operations research. She has participated in various research and development projects as scheduling on machine lines, etc. Furthermore, she was a teaching assistant at the Institute of Informatics, University of Szeged, for four years. She works at the Kecskemét College from 2013, teaching Mathematics for Computer Science and Optimization Methods for computer engineers.

 


Róbert BAGDIRóbert BAGDI
College Associate Professor
Department of Tourism, Region and Society Development

He graduated as a teacher of history and geography MA in 2002 at University of Debrecen, his M.Sc. completed in English-Hungarian Translation in Geography in 2008 from the University of Debrecen, and he obtained his PhD in History Science in 2010 from the University of Debrecen. He is an assistant professor with the Department of Tourism, Region and Society Development at College of Szolnok. His teaching areas include Resources in Tourism, History of Arts, Geography of Destinations, and Tourism Destination Management. His research interests include tourism geography about Hungarian tourism regions and historical geography in connection with 19th century. He has significant experience in compilation maps to make the results of his research more complex. He has published around 40 scientific works, including a book as a co-author, several articles in different journals, e-textbooks, or conference proceedings in Hungary and abroad. He is a member of the Society of Hungarian Scientists and Scholars; he is the member of the Historical-Geographical Subcommittee at Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

 


 

Eszter BAKOS-PÁNDIEszter BAKOS-PÁNDI
Senior Lecturer
Department of Economic, Finance and Management

She obtained her law degrees from the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law in 2010 and from the University of Pécs, Faculty of Law in 2012. Her qualifications are Doctor of law and political science, and ICT expert lawyer. She got her Doctoral Degree and title of doctor (PhD) in field of Legal studies from the University of Szeged in the year 2013. Title of her doctoral dissertation is Minors’ protection against harmful media contents in light of the regulation of the European Union and Hungary. She is assistant professor at College of Szolnok from 2013; currently she is at the Department of Economic, Finance and Management. Her teaching areas include civil law, company law, financial law, administrative law, international law and law of international relations; previously she taught media law as well at the University of Szeged. At College of Szolnok she is the responsible instructor for the most legal subjects. She teaches in English as well. Her research interests include media law and consumer protection from legal aspects, particularly in field of financial sector. Her publications and conference presentations focus mainly on how media law can protect children nowadays. She is the member of the Ethics Committee and the Public Procurement Committee at the College of Szolnok.

 


Sarolta Teréz BARITZSarolta Teréz BARITZ

She obtained her Msc in Teacher of religion, faculty of ethics in 2008 at the Sapienta College of Theology and her PhD in Management in the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2014. She the faculty founder of the Sapienta College of Theology, Christian Social Principles in Economy and she is working as teacher at the PADS Foundation of the Central Bank of Hungary. She is speaking English and Russian in a high level with specialization of foreign trade. She is religious sister of the Dominican Order of Hungary since 1994.

 


Károly BELINAKároly BELINA
Professor
Department of Materials Technology

He 1974, graduated as dipl. chemical engineer in 1974 from the Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical Engineering. In 1980, he earned a doctorate (university level). In 1993 he became Candidate of Chemical Sciences, in 1995 received the PhD degree. In 2005 he habilitated in materials science and technology disciplines. In 2006, he became private professor of the University of Miskolc. In 2007 he was appointed full university professor. From 1974 until 2000, he worked at the Budapest University of Technology, Department of Plastic and Rubber Industry. His research field was macromolecular chemistry and polymer physics. Since 2001, he works at Kecskemét College. He was Head of Department of Polymer Technology, and dean of Faculty of GAMF till 2015. His main research field is rheology of polymer melts. He has more than 200 scientific publications, and members of numerous committees and societies.

 


József BERÁCSJózsef BERÁCS
Professor
Department of Applied Economics

Having a Master’s degree (1974) and a Univ. Doctor (1976) in economics from the Karl Marx University of Economic Sciences he was attached to the Department of Marketing at the Corvinus University of Budapest where he chaired the Marketing Department between 1992-2004. Since 2014 he is a professor of the Kecskemét College, responsible for the new business administration education. He earned a Doctor of Sciences degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2006). He was the founder director of the International Studies Center, the English language Programme of the Corvinus University of Budapest between 1990-2007. He has extensive international activities. As a visiting scholar and professor he has spent shorter or longer periods at many universities, e.g. University of Texas (USA), Otago University (New Zeeland), Bordeaux Business School (France), Carleton University (Canada). He served as President of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC) in 2006-2008. He has authored and co-authored more than 200 academic publications.

 


Kálmán Milán BOLLAKálmán Milán BOLLA
Associate Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Software Engineering in 2009 from the University of Debrecen, and his PhD in Information Science in 2015 from the University of Debrecen. He is an Associate Professor with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include computer programming (C#), software engineering and mobile programming (Android, Windows phone) related subjects. His research interests mainly include mobile robot swarms, swarm intelligence and image processing related topics. He has published 18 scientific works and his number of citations is 13. Since 2009 he has been working in Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College.

 


Sándor BOZÓKISándor BOZÓKI
Senior Research Fellow, Associate Professor

He obtained his M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics in 2001 and M.Sc. Teacher of Mathematics in 2003 from Eötvös Loránd University. He obtained his PhD in Economics in 2006 from Corvinus University of Budapest. He is a full time senior research fellow at the Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI), Laboratory on Engineering and Management Intelligence, Research Group of Operations Research and Decision Systems. He is a part time associate professor at Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Operations Research and Actuarial Sciences, in addition he has teaching experience at Eötvös Loránd University, Central European University and Budapest University of Technology and Economics, too. His teaching areas include Operations Research, Optimization, Decision Theory and Multi-criteria Decision Making. He has 20 publications and 40 conference talks in the fields of Multi-criteria Decision Making and Nonlinear Optimization. His number of independent citations is over 200. He has been involved in the multi-criteria analysis in the public procurement procedures of tram and trolley-bus tenders in Szeged, as well as in the preparatory study of the new intermodal center in Kecskemét. He is a member of the Hungarian Operations Research Society.

 


Zsuzsa BUZÁSZsuzsa BUZÁS
Assistant Lecturer
Department of Art, Language, Literature and Education

She obtained her BAs in Solfege, Music theory and Conducting from the University of Szeged, Faculty of Music in 2002, and in English language from University of Szeged, Gyula Juhász Teacher-Training Faculty, and her two MA diplomas in Music Education, Choire conducting, and Music theory in 2005 from the University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music. She is doing her PhD in Teaching and Learning from 2010 in SZTE University, Doctoral School of Education. She is an assistant lecturer at the Department of Art, Language, Literature and Education at Kecskemét College. She has significant research experience with different scholarships at University of Luxembourg and Ball State University, Indiana, United States and she participated at a Tobii Eye Tracking Academy Course in Stockholm. She publishing regularly in Hungarian and foreign educational journals. She is a member of Research Laboratory of Art and Eye Tracking - Teaching Methodology Research Group and Laboratory at Kecskemét College. She is member of the Hungarian Franz Liszt Society.

 


Dr Andrew James CHANDLERDr Andrew James CHANDLER
Associate Teaching Fellow
Department of Linguistics and Language Teaching

Gained a first class honours degree from the University College of North Wales (Bangor) in 1975, completing his doctoral ’research’ thesis in Economic History (Migration Studies) at University College Cardiff, leading to the award of a PhD in 1989Qualified as a primary and secondary teacher at Trinity College Carmarthen (University of Wales). As an Advisory Teacher in Intercultural Education at the Selly Oak Colleges, University of Birmingham, he established a TEMPUS-funded exchange programme between Kecskemét College of Education and the Faculty of Education of the University of Birmingham. Working with the specialist English Teacher-training students (February 1990-July 1991) at Kecskemét College of Education, he developed courses, ran research programmes in secondary bilingual education, and developed further courses in Intercultural Studies at Higher Education level in the UK. 1992-1996: Became an Advisor with Devon County Council, Exeter, co-ordinating an in-service teacher-training exchange programme between Devon and Baranya County Assembly, based in Pécs. Also worked as an Associate Lecturer at the Education Faculty of Pécs University (JPTE), obtaining his ‘applied’ Masters’ Degree in Teacher-Training in English Language Teaching in 2001. Currently at the Teacher Training Faculty of Kecskemét College teaching a variety of topics as well as providing Communicative English Language Training for colleagues and students throughout Kecskemét College. His research interests continue to include economic, social, and cultural studies (especially on migration) and bilingualism in families and education.

 


Edit CSIZMÁSEdit CSIZMÁS
College Assistant Lecturer
Department of Information Technologies

She graduated from the University of Szeged in 1991. She obtained her M.Sc. as a teacher of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. She acquired a degree in pedagogical assessment in the University of Szeged in 2005. She has been a student at the University of Miskolc doctoral school of Information Sciences since 2015. She is a college assistant lecturer at the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. Her teaching areas include computer programming (C/C++, C#), software engineering. Her research interests mainly include the simulation of random phenomena and the stochastical modeling in optimisation and information representation processes. Since 2010 she has been the organiser of the BSc course in Computer Science Engineering at Kecskemét College. She is a member of Hungarian Operations Research Society and John von Neumann Computer Society.

 


Zsuzsanna DEÁKZsuzsanna DEÁK
Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development

She obtained her M.B.A. in International Business in 1997 from the University of South Carolina, in cooperation with Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, and her PhD in 2013 from the University of Corvinus. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development at Kecskemét College. Her teaching areas include Business Economics, Environmental Economics, Macro- and Micro Economics, Finance, Managerial Accounting, Accounting and Project Management. Her research interests mainly include Financial Economics, Financial Management, Organizational Behaviour, Environmental Economics, Sustainable Production and Consumption and Corporate Social Responsibility related topics. She brings significant international industry related experience having worked in several business fields. She is a member of the American Economic Association and the Institute of Internal Auditors.

 


Monika DOMINEK NAGYHEGYESIMonika DOMINEK NAGYHEGYESI
German Teacher
Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education

She obtained her MSc as a German - Russian teacher in 1992 at József Attila University of Szeged. After teaching for 5 years in secondary education she has been working since 1999 as a German teacher at Kecskemét College. Since 2003 she has been a language examiner recognized by the state BME and ECL, and she has been head of the Kecskemét College BME language examination center since 2009. Her profession is mainly teaching general German language and development of student's language skills. She also teaches technical languages: Business/economic German, informatics and engineering technical languages. Sometimes she takes part in the scientific work of several departments in translating technical texts, foremost in connection with mechanical engineering.

 


Rajmund DRENYOVSZKIRajmund DRENYOVSZKI
Assistant Lecturer
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Information Engineering in 2010 from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He is an Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemet College. His teaching activities include the subjects of Digital Electronics, Control Systems and Microcontroller Programming (AVR and ARM). He is a PhD Student at the Doctoral School of Information Science and Technology at the University of Pannonia (Veszprem, Hungary). His research topic is about the utilization of ICT systems in Smart Grids to achieve higher efficiency. He is interested in probabilistic methods that can be applied to direct control and schedule domestic appliances (it is usually called demand side management in the literature).

 


Csaba FÁBIÁNCsaba FÁBIÁN
Professor, Kecskemét College 
Department of Information Technologies

Obtained Ph.D. in mathematics in 1999 at the Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary. Chair of the Applied Informatics Research Laboratory at Kecskemét College. Teaching areas: Enterprise Resource Planning, optimization methods. Research interests: decision support under uncertainty, with emphasis on computational aspects. Academic collaboration: Department of Computer Science and Systems Technology, University of Pannonia, Hungary; Centre for the Analysis of Risk and Optimisation Modelling Applications, Brunel University, UK; Decision Support & Operations Research Lab, University of Paderborn, Germany.  He regularly gives doctoral courses in stochastic optimization. Courses recently given in English: University of Pannonia, Doctoral School in Information Science and Technology, 2016; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, PhD Programme in Industrial Economics and Technology Management, 2015.

 


János FEHÉR Dr. habil., PhDJános FEHÉR Dr. habil., PhD
Associate Professor

He obtained his M.Sc. in Economics in 1974 and “dr. univ.” degree in Industrial Sociology in 1979 from MK University of Economics, Budapest, and his Ph. D. followed by a Habilitation in Business Administration and Organizational Sciences in 2005 and 2012 from Szent István University, Gödöllő. He is an Associate Professor and Head of the BA Course in Human Resources at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, with the Department of Economics and a Visiting Associate Professor at Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary. His earlier positions include Associate Professor and Department Head at Szent István University; Associate Professor and Program Director at IMC/International Management Center Budapest (the first Graduate School of Business and Management Institute in the CEE region, a partner of the University of Pittsburgh); and Visiting Associate Professor at Temple University Philadelphia, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland (Budapest Campus), and Budapest Corvinus University. His teaching areas are Management, Human Resource Management, and Organizational Behavior related subjects. His research interests mainly include Human Resource Management, Change Management and Leadership. He has published 38 scientific and 108 educational and other works and his number of citations is 60 and 89 respectively. He has been a Consultant for and a Program Developer, Director and Instructor of Upper Level Management Programs of leading Hungarian and international companies.  

 


Kata FÖLDIKata FÖLDI
College Associate Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

She obtained her M.A. in Marketing in 2002 from the University of Pécs Faculty of Economics, and her PhD in Economics Science in 2013 from the University of Pécs Faculty of Economics Regional Politics and Enocnomics Ph.D School. She is an Associate Professor with the Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business at Szolnok College. Her teaching areas include Retail Management, Consumer Behaviour, Retailing Marketing, and System of Food Trade subjects. Her research interests mainly include Consumer behaviour especially food store choice, structural and organisational changes in food trade, food private label brand choice related topics. She has significant research experience and practice in development of consumer behaviour, store choice and system of food trade. She has published more than 80 scientific works and her number of citations is several. Since 2013 she has been the Head of the Commerce and Marketing at ISCED level 5 course, and it’s commerce specialization at Szolnok College. Since 2013 February she is teacher mentor of Bethlen István Scientific College at Szolnok College. She is member of Hungarian Economic Society, Marketing Club of Szolnok. Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Hungarian Academy of Sciences Committee of Debrecen Academy Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county of work board of service management. She was member of Advisory Board for Modern Retailing Foundation from September of 2013 until December of 2015. She is manager of Modern Retailing Foundation from January of 2016. She obtained republican scholarship from September of 2001 until June of 2002 from the University of Pécs Faculty of Ecnomisc. She won Erdős Pál young researcher scholarship in 2014 in TÁMOP tender.

 


László Pál GALUSKALászló Pál GALUSKA
Assistant Professor
Department of Arts and Vernacular Language Training

He obtained his M.Sc. in Hungarian Language and Literature teacher and Liberal Arts in 1997 from the Janus Pannonius University of Pécs, and his PhD in Study of in 2011 from the University of Pécs. He is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Arts and Vernacular Language Training at Kecskemét College, Teacher Training Faculty. He is teaching literature history, children’s and youth literature, history and theory of dramaturgy, history of the drama and theatre and Hungarian linguistic. He has written many publications in this area. He has worked in the College since 1998. He also acts as play-writer: his several tale-plays have run in different theatres.

 


Mihály GÖRBEMihály GÖRBE
Associate Professor
Department of Science and Engineering

Obtained Ph. D. degree at the Doctoral School on Physics of the University of Szeged in 2009. Title of field: ”Characterisation of Laser Pulses”. Gained M. Sc. degree in Software Engineering at the University of Szeged in 2002. Title of thesis:”Computer application for modeling autocathalytic chemical systems”. ERASMUS student at the Fachhochschule Ostfriesland in Emden (Germany, Niedersachsen) in the degree program Angewandte Lasertechnik (Applied Laser Technology) in 1999. Since 2012: associate professor at Kecskemét College, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Department of Science and Engineering (joined the College in 2002). Has taken part in the education of the following courses so far: Sensorics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Technical informatics, Energy management, Physics, Modern Physics, Information Theory, Programming in C. Research experiences: Application of spectrally and spatially resolved interferometry in the measurement of angular dispersion. Application of spectrally and spatially resolved interferometry in the measurement of phase dispersion of stretcher-compressor systems and gases. Terawatt laser system development. Development of new methods for carrier-envelope phase drift detection.

 


Judit HARDIJudit HARDI
Assistant Professor
Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education

Judit Hardi obtained her M.Sc in English Language and Literature in 2000 from the University of Szeged, where she attended the Faculty of English Applied Linguistics within the Doctoral School of Linguistics. At the Teacher Training Faculty of Kecskemét College she works in the Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education. Besides teaching English as a foreign language, she takes an active part training students who undertake specialised courses to become English teachers in primary education. She teaches subjects related to the specialisation, such as English Descriptive Grammar, English Children's Literature and Language Development. She also helps to supervise the theoretical and practical work in pre-service English teachers' school training placements. Her main research interest includes Second Language Acquisition and Language Education. In these areas she has published several research papers.  She is a temporary member of MANYE (Hungarian Association of Applied Linguists and Language Teachers) and SZOKOE (Hungarian Association of Teachers and Researchers in Languages for Special Purposes).

 


Katalin HERBÁLYKatalin HERBÁLY
College Professor
Department of Technical, Agriculture and Economic Analysis

She obtained her B.Sc. in Agricultural Mechanical Engineering in 1980 from the College of Agricultural Mechanical Engineering of Debrecen University of Agricultural Sciences (Mezőtúr), her M.Sc. in Agricultural Mechanical Engineering from the Gödöllő University of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Agricultural Mechanical Engineering (Gödöllő), her M.Sc. in Engineering – Economics Budapest University of Economic Sciences, (Budapest) and her PhD in Agricultural Economics in Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration (Budapest). She is a college professor with the Department of Technical, Agriculture and Economic Analysis at Szolnok College. She spent a year as a visiting professor at Auburn University (Alabama Cooperative Extension System) in the USA. She headed the Economic Development Institute, the Technical & Agricultural Management Institute and also was the head of the Department of Agricultural and Rural Development. Her teaching areas include Micro- and Macroeconomics, Regional Economics, Regional and Rural Development, Rural Tourism, Environmental Management, EU Studies, Project Writing and the related subjects. She has significant research experience in economic and community development and in rural tourism. She has published more than 50 scientific works and other studies. She is the member of public body of Hungarian Academy of Sciences ‘s Agro-Economic Committee She is a scientific advisor in the field of Economics of the Hungarian Ministry of Agricolous and Rural Development.

 


Attila ILLÉSAttila ILLÉS
Assistant Lecturer
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his B.Sc. in Computer Science at Kecskemet College (GAMF) in 2003 and M.Sc. at ELTE University in 2007. He started PhD studies at University of Szeged in 2012. He is an assistant lecturer at Department of Information Technologies. His teaching areas include Digital technics, FPGA circuits, microprocessors and microcontrollers and its programming. His research area is Image processing and 3D reconstruction in industrial applications. His field of interest is around microelectronics and computer aided vision. He loves design electronic circuits and PCB with microcontrollers. He likes put into practical some ideas with his students in small groups. In computer vision his main topic is Free-Viewpoint Video and its applications in vehicle area concentrate on blind-spots.

 


Gergely IVÁNOVICSGergely IVÁNOVICS
Engineer Teacher
Department of Natural Sciences

He obtained his M.Sc. in Wood Engineering in 2001 from the University of West Hungary Faculty of Wood Sciences. He is an engineer teacher with the Department of Natural Sciences at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include Mechanics, Machine elements, CAD, CAE related subjects.

 


Zsolt Csaba JOHANYÁKZsolt Csaba JOHANYÁK
Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering in 1990 from the Technical University of Cluj Napoca, his M.Sc. in Information Engineering in 2005 from the University of Miskolc, and his PhD in Information Science and Technology in 2008 from the University of Miskolc. He is a Professor with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include Computer programming (C#, Matlab), software engineering, and network administration (Windows, Linux) related subjects. His research interests mainly include Computational Intelligence, Software Engineering and Quality Management related topics. He has significant research experience and practice in development of fuzzy systems for real world applications. He has published more than 100 scientific works and his number of citations is over 200. Since 2009 he has been the Head of the BSc course in Computer Science at Kecskemét College. Since 2014 he has been vice dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation. He is member of IEEE, Hungarian Fuzzy Association, Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary, Hungarian National committee for European Organization for Quality.

 


Edit JOHANYÁKEdit JOHANYÁK
Technical Teacher
Department of Materials Technologies

She obtained her M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering in 1990 from the Technical University of Cluj Napoca. She is a technical teacher with the Department of Materials Technologies at Kecskemét College. Her teaching areas include materials engineering and mechanical technologies related subjects.  Her research interests mainly include the development of high strength materials, application of new materials and technologies related topics.

 


László KACSIREKLászló KACSIREK
College Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

Dr Kacsirek has spent most of his childhood in different countries thus has developed a very international and multicultural attitude. He has obtained his master’s degree in international business at the predecessor of Corvinus University of Budapest and holds a PhD in the same field awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He has started his career at the College for Foreign Trade, later became Director for Studies of a private adult education company, he was Vice-rector for Strategy and International Relations of the College of Szolnok. His special field of research is international economics, global economy, international trade and international trade policy – these areas cover the majority of his teaching portfolio. Besides courses in the field of international economics he has a ten-year experience in training presentation skills both in higher education and in business. Along with his teaching and research experience he has a large experience in study programme development, in higher-education management, in the development and management of international study programmes and other projects. He works together regularly in a wide-range international network. At present he is professor of the College of Szolnok, associate professor at the Corvinus University of Budapest and a Board Member of Businet, an international network organisation of institutions in business higher education.

 


György KARMAZINGyörgy KARMAZIN
Senior Lecturer
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business Administration

In 1991, he achieved a degree in Transportation Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and in 2001 also at the Budapest University of Technology has successfully completed the transport manager - marketing engineer postgraduate training. In 2014 he became the Ph.D. of the Management and Business Administration after he successful finished his studies at the St. Stephen's University of Economics and Business Administration PhD School. Title of his dissertation: Investigating the influence of operational success factors and Strategy choice on the effectiveness of logistics service provider companies. He is lecturer at the College of Szolnok and since 2014 he educated as Assistant Professor the following subjects: Road transport in practice (2003–), International transport in practice (2004–), International logistics I-II (2005–), Logistics case study (2006–), Logistics Management (2013–), Supply Chain Management (2013–). Furthermore he is the member of the Competency Council working at the College of Szolnok. He is constantly publishing and revising in professional journals and yearbooks. He is invited lecturer at professional conferences and organizes twice a year the Economic Forum in Szolnok, which has great popularity.

 


József KÁRPÁTI PhDJózsef KÁRPÁTI PhD

He obtained his doctoral title in law in 1998 at the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law, a lawyer-economist university degree in 2005 at the University of Szeged, and he holds a PhD doctoral title in Economics and Business Administration since 2013, obtained also at the University of Szeged. As a senior statistical advisor in the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO/KSH), he is responsible for the statistical cooperation actions between HCSO and other members of the national statistical service, in the frame of the Presidential Secretariat. He was also a consultant in Ireland, Turkey, Slovakia, Vietnam and Bulgaria in several bi-lateral relations of the HCSO. He specialised in public controlling models/methods, methodological framework for planning and assessing mechanisms for public organizations and process monitoring of resource usage. In 2014 and 2015 he was a peer reviewer for the European Commission, Eurostat in the second round of the European Statistical System Code of Practice peer reviews in five countries: Austria, Norway, Liechtenstein, Malta and Italy. He is an invited lecturer at the Budapest Business School – University of Applied Sciences (BGE) in statistics. He is the secretary of the Regional Statistics Scientific Section at the Hungarian Statistical Association, and member in the Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), at the IX. Section of Economics and Law.

 


Gábor KÁTAI-URBÁNGábor KÁTAI-URBÁN
Junior Assistant Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his BSc in Engineering Information Technology in 2007 from the Kecskemet College and his MSc in Software Information Technology in 2011 from the University of Szeged. He works as a Junior Assistant Professor for the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemet College. His teaching areas include Industrial Automation (PLC programming, Industrial Robotics), Industrial Image Processing, Operating Systems, and Computer Architecture related subjects. His research interests mainly include Image Processing, Calibration of Camera Systems, 3D Reconstruction, and Industrial Automation related topics.

 


Gabriella KECZER (PhD, habil.)Gabriella KECZER (PhD, habil.)
Associate Professor
University of Szeged, Faculty of Pedagogy 

She obtained her M.Sc. in English and History in 1991 and her postgraduate degree in Economics in 2001 from the University of Szeged. She obtained PhD in Business Administration in 2008 and habilitation in 2014. She is an associate professor of the Faculty of Pedagogy and has permanent courses in the Faculty of Economics, University of Szeged. Her teaching activity includes the different areas of management: fundamentals of management (management functions), managing change, project management, knowledge management. She regularly has semester-long management courses in English for both visiting (Erasmus) and Hungarian students. (At present: Managing educational and cultural organizations and Knowledge management.) She has conducted workshops in English in the field of performance management at the Central European University, and regularly has leadership training and project management courses for the National Institute of Culture. She has significant research experience and output in issues relating to higher education, mainly in the field of university governance and management. She has published more than 80 scientific papers, including more than 30 in English and has presented at more than 15 conferences abroad.

 


János KODÁCSYJános KODÁCSY
Professor Emeritus
Departement of Vehicle Technology          

He obtained his MSc in Manufacture Engineering from Miskolc University, Hungary in 1970, his postgraduate MSc in Tool Engineering from Miskolc University in 1974 and his PhD from Miskolc University in 1998. He is professor emeritus at Kecskemét College, Department of Vehicle Technology. He has a Prof. h. c. title of Technical University Cluj-Napoca. His teaching areas include manufacturing engineering, assembly technologies, non-traditional technologies, precision machining. His scientific research interest mainly include monitoring systems of metal cutting processes, fine finishing processes, environment friendly technologies and magnetic assisted machining. He has significant research experience and practice in development of machinability testing of austenitic stainless steels and Ni-based superalloy, magnetic assisted machining, temperature measuring systems for cutting processes and method for deburring and roller-burnishing machine parts. He has 112 scientific publications works and his number of citations is over 50. He has strong external relations with Technical University of Cluj Napocai in Romania, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland in Switzerland and University of Applied Sciences Albstadt-Sigmaringen in Germany.

 


Lóránt KOVÁCSLóránt KOVÁCS
Dean, College Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Informatics in 1998 from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and his PhD in 2008 from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Networkes System and Services. He is the Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation of Kecskemet College. His teaching activities include the subject of Electrical Engineer and Digital Signal Processing. He is member of the International TEAM Society and public board member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

 


Tamás KOVÁCSTamás KOVÁCS
Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Physics in 1992 from the University of Debrecen, and his PhD in Physics in 1997 from the same university. His dissertation was written on numeric analysis of fractal growth and nonlinear phenomena. He is a Professor with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include Computer programming (C#, Matlab), software engineering, and network configuration related subjects. His research interests mainly include swarm intelligence algorithms, optimization of traffic systems and computer simulation of multi-agent systems. He is member of IEEE, Hungarian Fuzzy Association.

 


Vilmos LAKATOSVilmos LAKATOS
College Professor
Department of Economics, Finance and Management

He obtained his MSc in Agricultural Sciences in 1993 from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Debrecen, and his title of “Candidate of Sciences” (PhD) in Economic Sciences in 1998 from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics, Finance and Management at Szolnok College. His teaching areas include at BA and MSc level Finance and Controlling (Finance Controlling, Finance management, Advanced Management Accounting, Business Planning, Strategic and Projectcontrolling, Controlling of Different Sectors in Hungarian, Fundamentals of Company Management in English. He has significant research experience and practice in analysis of controlling characteristics os SME-s. He has published more than 70 scientific works. 2004-2014 he was the Head of the Department of Social and Management Sciences at University of Szent István Faculty of Economics, Agriculture and Health Studies - Békéscsaba (earlier Tessedik Samuel College), 2008-2009 he was the vice rector of the college, responsible for education, 2009-2014 he was the vice dean of the faculty responsible for the education. Since 2014 he has been head of Department of Economics, Finance and Management at Szolnok College and since 2015 responsible for the Finance and Accounting Ba Course at Szolnok College. He is member of Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, member of the Hungarian Economic Association, member of the Hungarian Controlling Association.

 


Zoltán LELKESZoltán LELKES
College Associate Professor

Dr. Zoltán Lelkes graduated with a degree in chemical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics’ Chemical Engineering Faculty, and then attained a master’s degree in mathematics at Attila József University. He defended his Ph.D. at INSA de Lyon University, where he was the recipient of a French state scholarship at 1998. He became an assistant and later on an associate professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. His area of research and teaching are Chemical Industry Operations, Systems and logistics Optimization. In 2004 Zoltán, his research associates and a computer scientist founded Optasoft Ltd., which is a company that offers consulting and development services on operations research and optimization. In 2012 Zoltán became a consultant at ICG Consulting Group. He has been helping companies and organizations to optimize their operations and develop planning applications for over 15 years. From 2015 he is associate professor on the Kecskemet College Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation.

 


Katalin LÍSKAKatalin LÍSKA
Assistant Professor
Department of Vehicle Technologies

She obtained her M.Sc. in Engineering of Quality Production in 2007 from the Slovak University of Technologies in Trnava and her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 2010 from the same University. She is an assistant Professor at the Department of Vehicle Technologies at Kecskemét College. Her teaching areas include Quality Management, Engineering measurements and Measuring techniques. Her research interests mainly methods and techniques used at Quality Management, for example Balance Scorecard and Quality Management related topics. She has significant research experience in metrology field, mainly in investigation of micro- and macrogeometrical properties of surfaces. She has published more than 20 scientific works. Since 2012 she has been the Departmental coordinator of International Relations at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation. Since 2012 she is Assistant Head of the Accredited Measurement Technology Laboratory. She is external member of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, member of Editorial Board of Journal of Production Engineering.

 


Márta MADARAS, PhDMárta MADARAS, PhD
College Professor
Department of Technical, Agriculture and Economic Analysis

She is a certificated teacher on the fields of mathematics-physics and philosophy. She obtained her M.Sc. on the fields of mathematics and physics in 1976 from the University of Szeged and M.Sc. on the field of philosophy in 1987 from the University of Debrecen. She got a higher education degree on “European Studies” and “Environmental Policy in an Integrated European Context” in Heerlen University. Distance education expert, completed the English language course for distance education managers titled “Design and Delivery of Distance Learning”. As the coordinator of the Regional Centre for Distance Education Dél-Alföld and later as the director of it’s, she helped to spread up the method, to establish the technical background and to popularise of this kind of education. Her scientific degrees are: PhD, University of Debrecen, in 2000 and Dr. Univ. University of Szeged, in theory of science, in 1990. Her main fields of researches are mathematics and its applications; mathematical logic and theory of science: history of mathematics and philosophy of science. She has published more than 100 scientific works. She is author and editor of several college notes and collection of exercises. From 1993 to 2005 she had been the head of the Mathematics and Statistics Department and from 2005 to 2014 the head the Economics Analysis and Methodology Department. From 2010 she had been the Head of the Foundation Institute at Szolnok University College. She is a member of The Hungarian Operations Research Society, Michael Polanyi Philosophical Association,Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Public Body of the MTA DAB Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County Commission (from 2011 to 2015 president of this County Commission).

 


Sándor MEISELSándor MEISEL
College Associate Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

He completed his university studies (BA and MA) in 1981 at the Moscow State University of International Relations with specialisation in international economics. In 1984 he obtained Diplome d’Études Supérieures Européennes from Centre Européen Universitaire, Université de Nancy II. Starting from 1981 he worked for several Hungarian research institutes. At present he is research fellow at the Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His main research fields are focusing on the European integration, trade policy, international trading regime and integration performance of the CEE countries. He started teaching activities in 1996 as part-time lecturer. Since 2002 he has been appointed associate professor at Szolnok College and teaches EU related courses. Since 2014 he has been lecturer at Budapest Corvinus University. He was member of Team Europe Hungary (1992-2002) and member of the editorial board (between 1990 and 2003) of Európa Fórum, quarterly review on European integration.

 


Edina MOLNÁREdina MOLNÁR
College Associate Professor
Department of Tourism, Region and Society Development

She obtained his M.A. in Psychology in 2000 from Eötvös Loránd University, and her PhD in Psychology and Communication Science in 2010 from the University of Pécs. She is an Associate professor with the Department of Development of Tourism, Area and Society at Szolnok College. Her teaching areas include psychology, sociology, and communication related subjects. Her research interests mainly include Talent support, Creativity, Intelligence related topics. She has research experience in analysis of Hungarian advertisements of 19th century. She has published more than 30 scientific works. From 2010 to 2014 she was the director of the Centre of Student Services at Szolnok College. From 2013 to 2014 she was the deputy head of the Department of Social Sciences and Communication and in 2014 the head of it. Since 2015 she has been the director of the Andragogy Centre. She is founder member of Hungarian Communication Science Association.

 


Istvan MOLNARIstvan MOLNAR
Assistant Professor
Department of Business and Management Sciences

Istvan Molnar graduated in 1998 as a research chemist and in 2001 as a lawyer specialized to EU law at the University of Szeged, Hungary. He was awarded a PhD. at the Faculty of Law of the University of Szeged in the doctoral school of civil law. He is a Hungarian and European patent attorney, a member of the Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys and the European Patent Institute. He has been an assistant professor at College of Kecskemet since 2011. His educational and training activities extend to other universities, including the University of Szeged, where the ecucation of international (Erasmus) students belongs to his responsibility, as well as to the adult trainings at the Hungaria Intellectual Property Office, innovation agencies, and other organizations, in Hungary and abroad. He has been a patent attorney partner at Danubia Ltd. since 2000, and a senior patent attorney at Egis Pharmaceuticals Ltd. since 2014 (part time occupations). Between 2007 and 2010 was an international consultant and trainer at the World Intellectual Property Organization, and between 2012 and 2015 a member of the Economic and Scientific Advisory Board at the European Patent Office. He has over 30 publications, including monographies and university training aids. He is a member of the Hungarian Industrial property and Copyright Association, Licensing Executive Society, and the Board of the Industrial Property Experts at the Hungarian IP Office.

 


Stefan MOMMERTZStefan MOMMERTZ
College Associate Professor
Department of Foreign Languages

Stefan Mommertz studied English and German Literature as well as Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich and the University of Edinburgh. He obtained his M.A. from LMU Munich in 1995, and in 2000 he completed his PhD on fictional editors in modern English literature. From 1999 until the end of 2003 he worked as Head of Content Management for Entertainment Media Verlag (Munich). Since the beginning of 2004 Stefan Mommertz has been living in Hungary, where he teaches mostly Business English and German, but also electives like Business Simulation Games, at the College of Szolnok. In 2007 he was appointed Head of the college's Department of Foreign Languages. Stefan Mommertz has been involved in the college's English language programme since its inauguration; apart from teaching Business English in the programme he also acted as tutor for Philosophy from 2007-2012. He has been a member of the Delta Intercultural Academy since 2004 and a member of the MTA DAB Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok Megyei Tudományos Szakbizottság since 2011.

 


Anita MONDOKAnita MONDOK
Senior Lecturer
Department of Tourism, Regional and Social Development

She obtained her BA in Hospitality and Hotel Management in 2001 at College of Szolnok, her MA in Business Administration with Finance and IT Specialization in 2004 at Science University of Szeged and completed her postgraduate education in business administration with regional and settlement development specialization at Science University of Debrecen in 2006. Her PhD studies were commenced in 2006 in Economics at Science University of Debrecen; she obtained a pre-degree certificate in 2010. After the changing of doctoral school and programme she took successful joint exam in 2014 at Pannon University Doctoral School of Management Sciences and Business Administration. She is expected to defence her PhD thesis in February 2016. She is a senior lecturer at the Department of Tourism, Regional and Social Development at College of Szolnok. Her teaching areas include hospitality and hotel management, health tourism and leisure management related subjects. Her research interests mainly include education of tourism disciplines in tertiary level. She is continuously supporting students by leading thesis works, developing teaching materials and leading course units. Since 2012 she has been the coordinator of English-taught programmes and since 2015 she is also responsible for the international relations.  She has been involved in the management and implementation of international projects and EU applications. She speaks English and Russian languages.

 


Péter NAGYPéter NAGY
Associate Professor
Department of Science and Engineering

His M.Sc. degree awarded in Physics in 1985 from Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, and he obtained PhD in Physics in 2014 from the same university. He is associate professor on the Department of Science and Engineering at Kecskemét College. The main teaching areas are Physics, Thermofluid Dynamics, and Modern Physics. He has worked several different fields of research: statistical physics, chaos theory, complex systems, information theory and quantum physics. He has published more than fifty scientific papers. He is member of Roland Eötvös Physical Society and John von Neumann Computer Society.

 


Judit Neszt, PhDJudit Neszt, PhD
Research Assistant, Teacher Training Faculty
Department of Basic Studies and Teaching Methodology

She has taken her first degree at Kecskemét Collage, Teacher Training Faculty, as a primary school teacher for infant classes. She has worked as a teacher at the Petőfi Sándor Practicing School as a mentor teacher for 16 years, helping the students of the Teacher Training Faculty in acquiring the profession.   She has obtained her MA in Pedagogy in 2001. in University of Debrecen, and her PhD in University of Debrecen , Doctoral School of Humanities in  2015. She has started to work at Kecskemét Collage, Teacher Training Faculty in 2007, as a teacher of pedagogy. Her teaching areas including theoretical pedagogy ( History and Theory of Education, Theory of Playing, Inclusion in Education) and the practice of pedagogy (Educational Differentiation, Education of Special needs, The Practice of Playing ). She is the member of the Europian Union’s Grundtvig Partnership "Learning Positive Discipline" task Force from 2014. 

 


Erzsébet NYIRIErzsébet NYIRI
Teacher of French as a Foreign Language
Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education

She graduated from the József Attila University of Szeged on a Master Degree course as a teacher of French as a Foreign Language and History in 1988. She is a teacher at the Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education at Kecskemét College. She takes part in French language teaching.  She is a member of AHEF, Hungarian Association of French Teachers. She is interested in young learners’ foreign language learning and French civilization.

 


Róbert PAP-SZIGETIRóbert PAP-SZIGETI
Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Teaching and Learning as a secondary school teacher of Mathematics, Descriptive Geometry and Information Technologies in 1993 from the Kossuth Lajos University (Debrecen, Hungary), and his PhD in Education in 2009 from the University of Szeged. He is a Part-time Professor with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include databases and web-programming related subjects. His research interests mainly include Skill development, Motivation and Learning Methods related topics. He has significant research experience and practice in content-based skill development and innovative teaching and learning methods. He has published about 35 scientific works and his number of citations is over 70. Since 2015 he has worked as a secondary school teacher at Bolyai János Grammar School of Kecskemét. He is member of János Bolyai Mathematical Society.

 


Judit PETŐJudit PETŐ
Professor / College Teacher
Department of Horticulture

She obtained her MSc. in Chemistry in 1986, and her PhD in Biology (specialized in Biochemistry and natural organic compounds) in 1999 from the University of Szeged (formerly József Attila University). She is a Professor in the Department of Horticulture at Kecskemét College. Her teaching areas include Chemistry, Soil and plant Analysis, Natural resources, Water quality protection and Environment management. In her scientific works she studies the effects of fertilizers and plant conditioning materials on the environment and crop quantity; nutrient management in agricultural and horticultural plant growing; and some aspects of water management. She has more than one hundred scientific publications. Since 2013 she is the head of the certificated Soil and Plant Testing Laboratory of Kecskemét College, and since 2015 she is the head of the Department of Horticulture. She is a public board member of the Hungarian Scientific Academy, member of the Chemical Society and Soil Science Society.

 


Éva PÓLYAÉva PÓLYA
College Associate Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

She studied at Szent István University and obtained her MSc as an agricultural economist in 2004. She also completed her PhD at the same University in 2012 in the field of Consumer Behavior. Title of her thesis is “Purchase Decision Making Processes and Roles within the Family”. She is a tutor at College of Szolnok from 2004, where she was also parallel the marketing manager between 2010-2015. She was also involved in international marketing activity of the college by representing the institution in international fairs, events and preparing information brochures. Several times she was organizer of international intensive programs based on marketing simulations at College of Szolnok, and also prepared students for IPs in other foreign partner institutions. She takes part in English-taught programmes for almost a decade her main subjects are Marketing and International Marketing. She published more than 60 scientific works including journal articles, book chapters, learning materials and conference proceedings and she have a constant scientific activity. She takes part in the work of the Society of Hungarian Scientists and Scholars.

 


István PINTÉRIstván PINTÉR
Professor
Department of Information Technologies

He obtained his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 1983 from the Technical University of Budapest, and his Ph.D. in Information Science and Technology in 1997 from the Technical University of Budapest. He is a Professor with the Department of Information Technologies at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas include Information technology, Computer architectures, Pattern classification and neural networks, Digital signal processing. His research interests include speech, signal and image processing, neural networks and learning machines. He has research experience and practice in these research areas. He has published more than 50 scientific papers and his number of Web of Science-citations is 14. He is member of IEEE, IEEE Computer Society and Scientific Association for Infocommunications.

 


Vatroslav SKAREVatroslav SKARE
Assistant Professor
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business,Marketing Department

Vatroslav Skare holds a PhD in marketing from University of Zagreb. Fields of his academic interest are digital marketing, product management and services marketing. Vatroslav is actively involved in undergraduate, graduate and executive level education, both in Croatia and abroad. He is a member of the Marketing Department at Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Zagreb, where he teaches Internet Marketing, Product Management and Services Marketing courses. At Ljubljana Summer School (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics) and ISM University of Management and Economics (Vilnius) he teaches Digital and Social Media Marketing course. In a capacity of a guest lecturer, he regularly visits universities in Hungary, Romania, Spain and Austria. When training managers for strategic thinking and marketing decision-making, he is using a leading marketing strategy simulation Markstrat. His research is currently focused on location-based mobile marketing, services innovation, and consumer empowerment. Vatroslav is a member of PRICON research project of The Institute of Economics in Zagreb, where he collaborates with the team of researchers who are examining the issues of consumer privacy in the digital environment. Since 2005, he is one of the technical editors of the scientific marketing journal Market/Tržište, active reviewer for several scientific marketing journals, and member of the scientific boards of marketing conferences. Vatroslav is also the national representative for Croatia at the European Marketing Academy.

 


Dr. Attila SMUTA, DLADr. Attila SMUTA, DLA
College Professor
Kecskemét College Teacher Training Faculty Department of Arts and Language Education

1983: Diploma at the Academy of Music Ferenc Liszt in Budapest as singing teacher and choirmaster. 2008 – DLA at the University Ferenc Liszt in Budapest. From 1984 – music teacher and choirmaster at the Zoltán Kodály School in Kecskemét. Participation as choirmaster at festivals, in numerous concerts in Western Europe and in Hungary, including before Queen Elizabeth II. Several radio recordings, TV recording, CD. 1989 – Award of his artistic activity as a choir master by the Hungarian Ministry of Culture. From 1992 – Head of Department of Music at the Teacher Training College Kecskemét, later Head of  Department of Arts and Language Education at the Teacher Training faculty of Kecskemet College. Development of the curriculum of “Song and Music and Methodology of Music Education” for the four years of teacher training. Introduction of several new subjects and courses in music lessons. Development of the program ‘Kodály and the Contemporary Hungarian Music Education’. Numerous publications in the field of musicology and music education. Courses, lectures and demonstrations in Europe and Japan. Monger and organisator of nation-wide music competition. Monger and organisator of  international benefit festival. Governor of Hungarian Music Teachers' Association.

 


Zoltan SUBECZZoltan SUBECZ
Assistant Lecturer
Department of Technical, Agriculture and Economic Analysis

He obtained his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 1991 from the Technical University of Budapest, his M.Sc. as Informatics Teacher in 2009 from the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Faculty of Informatics. He is a PhD Student at PhD School in Computer Science of University of Szeged. He is an Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Engineering, Agricultural and Methodology of Economic Analysis at Szolnok College. His teaching areas include: in English: Information Science 1, Information Science 2, in Hungarian: Computer programming (Java, C#, Object Oriented Programming), Web programming (PHP, ASP.NET, JavaScript, HTML), Database systems, Geographic information systems, Business Informatics, Electronics and Control engineering, Robot techniques - Robot programming, Physics, Office programs, Algorithmic trading in the foreign exchange market related topics. His research interests mainly include Artificial intelligence, Data mining, Text mining, Natural language processing and Information extraction from natural text related topics. He has significant research experience and practice in development of Natural language processing. He has published more than 10 scientific works.

 


Attila SZAKÁCSAttila SZAKÁCS
College Associate Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

He became Honorary Associate Professor of Financial Institute in 2010 (SZIE), before he obtained his PhD of Management and Organization in 2004.  He graduated as certified external economic engineer at Gödöllő Agricultural University in 1993, and as certified mechanical engineer also here in 1991. From 2011 he is a Professor of Sales, Marketing and International Economy Department at College of Szolnok. At College of Szolnok he is teaching the following subjects: Usefulness of the product and product management I. and Usefulness of the product and product management II. , Personal Selling and Insurance Marketing. These subjects give general knowledge of good organization, value analysis and training in addition to the chapters dealing with quality assurance and liability issues. He gives necessary knowledge for the students who specialized for Marketing. He published a lot of scientific works and materials, and he is the Executive Director of Merkating nonprofit company. With the work of the Company he support College of Szolnok and he also organize charity events to help for foreign and Hungarian students who would like study in other countries.

 


Zsolt SzakácsZsolt SZAKÁCS
Associate Professor
Department of Economic, Finance and Management

He obtained his Bachelor in Management from the CNAM (Conservatoire National Des Arts Et Metiers Paris), his M.Sc. in Agronomist in 1994 from the University of Szent István, and his PhD in Management and Business Administration Sciences in 2012 from the University of Szent István. He is an Associate Professor with the Department of Economics, Finance and Management at Szolnok College. His teaching areas include Finance, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Fundamentals of Company Management. His research interests mainly include Finance and Economic impact and solutions of climate change. He has significant research experience and practice in development of Economic impact of climate change. He has published more than 50 scientific works and his number of citations is over 100. He is member of Hungarian Academy a member of the Society of Hungarian Scientists and Scholars, IX. economic - Law Science department, management sciences committee of Debrecen regional committee.

 


Róbert Sándor SZŰCSRóbert Sándor SZŰCS
College Associate Professor
Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business

He obtained his B.Sc. in Economics in 2004 from the College of Szolnok, his M.Sc. in Economics in 2006 from the University of Szeged, and his PhD in Management and business administration in 2011 from the University of Debrecen. He is a college associate professor with the Department of Commerce, Marketing and International Business at College of Szolnok. His teaching areas include marketing, consumer protection, marketing channel, marketing communication, marketing research, consumer behaviour. His research interests mainly include “Marketing and consumer protection analysis of some food products consumed by young people” related topics. He has published more than 70 scientific works. He is member of the Editorial Committee of European Scientific Journal, Member of Hungarian Academy of Sciences (IX. Section of Economics and Law).

 


Ákos TÓTH PhDÁkos TÓTH PhD
Professor, Kecskemét College
Head of the Department of  Information Technologies

Ákos Tóth PhD is an economist specialized in cultural economics, cross-cultural communication, location factors and human resource management studies at Kecskemét College Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Automation. He is a guest lecturer at Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, Villingen-Schwenningen.

 


UJLAKYNÉ SZŰCS ÉVA PHDUJLAKYNÉ SZŰCS ÉVA PHD
Professor
Department of Foreign Languages and Further Educatio

She graduated from the Kossuth  Lajos University of Arts and Sciences  in 1981 as a secondary school teacher of English as a foreign language  and history. She has 12 years of experience  in teaching her majors in different secondary schools.  Her Master of Education in TESOL  is from the University of Leeds in 1999. She has been working in teacher training since 1993, teaching English as a foreign language and TEFL specializations. She has been the curriculum developer and course leader of the EFL to Young Learner specialization since 1996. Her books (Children’s Literature Handbook and British Studies I) are taught on these courses. She is specialized in young learners’ foreign language development.  As the head of the Department of Foreign Languages and Further Education, she manages pre- and in-service teacher developmental courses. Her PhD is on foreign language teacher education from Pannon University in 2006. She has represented the College in several projects home and abroad focusing on language development and language teacher education.

 


Tibor VajnaiTibor Vajnai
Professor, Kecskemét College
Head of the Department of  Information Technologies

Obtained Ph.D. in Physics in 1995 at the Lajos Kossuth University, Debrecen, Hungary. Habilitation dr.habil in 2007, Debreceni University Teaching areas: physics and computer programing Research interests: decision support under uncertainty, statistical modelling Academic collaboration: Centre for the Analysis of Risk and Optimisation Modelling Applications, Brunel University, UK. University of Missouri-Rolla, USA .

 


Attila VéghAttila Végh
Associate Professor
Department of Natural Sciences and Engineering

He studied mathematics and descriptive geometry at the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Faculty of Natural Sciences from 1993 to 1998. He obtained the degree of high-school teacher in 1998. He received Ph.D. from Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2007 with dissertation: Lattices, circle and sphere arrangements. Finishing the university he spent five years at University of West Hungary teaching calculus I, II and geometry. He is associate professor at Kecskemét College. His teaching areas focus on calculus and mathematics for computer science. His main research interests are in discrete and lattice geometry. More specifically, these interests include: multiple circle arrangements and point systems; minimal vectors of the n-lattices; parallelotopes and Dirichlet-Voronoi cells of lattices.  He is member of Hungarian Society for Geometry and Graphics.

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