Departmental education programs
Powertrain simulation systems
Within the framework of the subject, students can gain insight into the sizing and tuning of thermodynamic processes in internal combustion engines using simulation tools. In addition, the modeling covers the entire drive chain, and by the end of the semester, a detailed longitudinal vehicle model can be examined in different driving cycles. The design takes place in a GT-Suite environment, which is one of the market-leading vehicle component modeling software widely used in the industry today. To complete the subject, a thermodynamic sizing of a suction motor must be performed, but instead, any other modeling task that may be related to a dissertation, diploma design, or participation in a scientific student conference may be chosen.
Who do we recommend it to?
- Those who are interested in the possibilities of a modern simulation system.
- Those who are interested in internal combustion engines and their tuning capabilities on a scientific basis.
- Those who are interested in advanced powertrain development directions such as hybrid or electric vehicles
Noise, Vibration and Harshness of Vehicles
With the spread of electromobility, the sounds and vibrations generated by vehicles are also changing, posing new challenges for car manufacturers and suppliers. The basics of NVH (noise, vibration, harshness), acoustics, vibration and vehicle comfort will be introduced in cooperation with our industrial partners, Bosch, Rotec and AUDI.
We present the basic measurements in the laboratories with modern instruments and a wide range of equipment and explain the background of the numerical tasks of the topic.
During the completion of the course, it is possible to get involved in the research carried out in the department, to prepare a TDK dissertation, and to do an internship in cooperation with our industrial partners.
According to the curriculum, the subject closes with a practical mark at the end of the semester, which is determined on the basis of participation in measurement exercises and protocols, as well as 2 midterm exams.
PythonAI – Python from the basics to artificial intelligence
This course covers the basics of Python programming, from the basics to more complex tasks such as machine learning or deep learning. Other areas of focus include object-oriented programming or the creation of multithreaded code! All of these are experiences that can be used in the world of industry, to the benefit of any graduate engineer!
The aim of the course is to provide hands-on experience through laboratory sessions, examples and homework assignments to give you the opportunity to acquire the knowledge in depth. The sessions will cover automotive tasks such as processing Lidar point clouds or handling other data sets.
AIAuto – AI in Automotive Applications
The sessions will cover a range of examples from deep learning, through sensory fusion, to behavior design. Within the framework of the course, everyone has the opportunity to create their own self-driving vehicle, which they can test in a home competition at the end of the semester!
A basic knowledge of Python is required, which we recommend the PythonAI course to learn!
Transport technical expert – Specialized training
The aim of the training is to train engineers with special knowledge to support the judiciary in the fields of accident analysis, vehicle assessment, vehicle operation and vehicle repair.
The training is aimed at graduate engineers who wish to obtain the degree required for the appointment of a forensic vehicle or transport technical expert.
The mandatory subjects are Mathematics, Legal Knowledge, Computer Use, Systems Engineering, Traffic Engineering and Forensic Engineering, while the special subject subjects are Vehicle Damage, Damage Analysis, Accident Location, Data Processing, Fixed Track Vehicles, Passenger Vehicles, Photogrammetry, Vehicle Tests and Accident Forms Evaluation includes items.
Correspondence classes are held on Mondays in accordance with the diligent period of university full-time training, and examinations are held during the acquisition of signatures and practical marks, as well as in written or oral examinations.
The training lasts 4 semesters, ending with a final exam and a diploma defense. Lectures take place 1 day a week for 8 hours a day.
Prerequisite for participation: A master’s degree obtained in mechanical engineering, vehicle engineering or transport engineering (or in a university-level degree under the previous degree system).
Finances: self-paid, the fee is 380,000 HUF / semester.