Kandó Kálmán Doktori Iskola (PhD)
The doctoral training (PhD) is the highest level of education offered by the faculty. The Kandó Kálmán Doctoral School prepares the doctoral students for teaching and research careers. During the four years long PhD training, the candidates have to participate in professional subjects, educational activities, and independent scientific research. The research is supported by a supervisor and the achieved results have to be presented in publications and finally in a dissertation.
Within the framework of the Doctoral School, we deal with comprehensive transport, logistics and vehicle industry issues, the current specifications of which are constantly updated. The quality assurance of the Doctoral School is ensured by recognized, professionally high-quality research staff members.
More information can be found on the page https://transportation.bme.hu/phd-programmes/current-students/.
Reaction processes of internal combustion engines (BMEKOGJD013)
Description of combustion and reaction kinetic processes taking place in internal combustion engines. For PhD students dealing with related research topics to combustion, effect of fuels and pollution formation in internal combustion engines.
Electronically controlled vehicle systems (BMEKOGJD003)
Our students can effectively use the knowledge of this subjects during their research on modern, electronically controlled vehicle dynamics systems. Topics: design problem of electronically controlled vehicle dynamics systems used in modern vehicles; different types of suspension control systems; electronically controlled levelling systems of commercial vehicles; electronically controlled steering, braking and driving systems; stablility control system.
Vehicle system dynamics (BMEKOGJD004)
The subject discusses in detail driving dynamics, stability and vibrations of road vehicles using toolkits of linear and nonlinear dynamics. Architectures of systems acting the dynamics of the vehicle independent of the driver.
Measurement technologies of heat engines I. (BMEKOGJD011)
Objective of the subject is the description of laboratory test of heat–engines, especially the internal combustion engine, its propellant and lubricants.
Measurement technologies of heat engines II. (BMEKOGJD014)
Objective of the subject is the description of laboratory test of heat–engines, especially the internal combustion engine, its propellant and lubricants. (continuation of Measurement technologies of heat engines I.)
Intelligent vehicle-road systems (BMEKOGJD005)
Our students can effectively use the knowledge of this subjects during their research on intelligent vehicle / highway systems, driver assist systems. The course discusses the design of the systems mounted on vehicle and on its surrounding, the simulation of transportation systems.
Controlled vehicle system dynamics I. (BMEKOGJD010)
“Regulated Vehicle Dynamics Systems I.” students will delve deeper into the areas of development of electronically controlled vehicle dynamics systems used in motor vehicles, as well as the intelligent vehicle systems researched today and their current dynamics and control technology background. The aim is to develop control technology solutions used in modern vehicle technology. Special control technology issues and novel regularities of active and semi–active vehicle suspension systems. Critical evaluation of control strategies for ABS / ASR systems. Development of control theory problems in automotive driver assist systems (active speed control, lane departure detection)
Controlled vehicle system dynamics II. (BMEKOGJD001)
Our students can effectively use the knowledge of this subjects during their research on modern, electronically controlled vehicle dynamics systems.